The first and only book to make this research available in the West Concise and accessible: proofs and other technical matters are kept to a minimum to help the non-specialist Each chapter is self-contained to make the book easy-to-useTraditionally, one transfers the N-problem to the D-problem, as will be studied in the next chapter. This explains why ... at the boundary only. In other words, the coupling method plays an analogous role in our proof as the maximum principle played for the D-problem. ... Ica ( aI2, I2 ) , 1, I 2 , a I2. Ic = a1, Ic = This estimate has been improved step by step by H.C. Yang, F. Jia, D. Zhao, et al. See also P.
|Title||:||Eigenvalues, Inequalities, and Ergodic Theory|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-03-30|