Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Potential Theory by Josef Král (auth.), Josef Král (eds.)

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Wildenhain, Ober das Randverhalten der Hilbertraumlosung des Dirichlet-Problems. Math. Nachr. 48, 227-235 (1971)". [53] Symposium on Non-Well-Posed Problems and Logarithmic Convexity. Notes in Mathematics, vol. 316, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York 1973. MLU Halle, Sektion Mathematik, GDR. Lecture 45 REGULARITY RESULTS FOR SOME DIFFERENTIAL EOUATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH MAXIMAL MONOTONE OPERATORS IN HILBERT SPACES Viorel Barbu IBfi (Romania) 1. 1 1 and ( , ). A subset A c H x H is called monotone if A monotone set is maximal monotone if it is not properly contained in any monotone subset of H x H.

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BREZIS [4-]. Let Theorem 1: into ] - O. , for A + B where D(A) c D(B) and IBoul Sa IA °ul + C locally in D(A) where a < a < 1/2 (see [4]).

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