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The nonconvex multi-dimensional Riemann problem for Hamilton-Jacobi equations

Stanley Osher

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Published
**1989**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va
.

Written in English

- Cauchy problem.,
- Hamilton-Jacobi equation.,
- Problem solving.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Stanley Osher. |

Series | ICASE report -- no. 89-53., NASA contractor report -- 181887., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181887. |

Contributions | Langley Research Center. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18222768M |

We consider in this paper a class of single-ratio fractional minimization problems, in which the numerator part of the objective is the sum of a nonsmooth nonconvex function and a smooth nonconvex function while the denominator part is a nonsmooth convex function. Besides, the three functions involved in the objective are all nonnegative. Jianliang Qian and Yong-Tao Zhang and Hong-Kai Zhao A Fast Sweeping Method for Static Convex Hamilton--Jacobi Equations Shuhai Zhang and Chi-Wang Shu A New Smoothness Indicator for the WENO Schemes and Its Effect on the Convergence to Steady State Solutions

35Qxx: Equations of mathematical physics and other areas of application 35Q Euler-Poisson-Darboux equation and generalizations 35Q Riemann-Hilbert problems. The inverse problem for Hamilton-Jacobi equations and semiconcave envelopes Workshop on Mathematical Analysis (Universidad de Alicante) Fiebig P.: Lefschetz operators, Hodge-Riemann forms, and representations () Fiebig P., Lanini M.: Sheaves on the alcoves and modular representations I () Fiebig P., Lanini M.

Comments: The argument in the proof of Proposition is wrong and I cannot give simple conditions ensuring that the function is strictly increasing. This makes the statements much less clear if we cannot ensure it, so I hope I will be able to handle it. Besides, the limit in Lemma is . We prove that the superlinear indefinite equation u″ + a(t)up = 0, where p > 1 and a(t) is a T-periodic sign-changing function satisfying the (sharp) mean value condition ∫0Ta(t)dt.

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Simple inequalities are presented for the viscosity solution of a Hamilton–Jacobi equation in N space dimension when neither the initial data nor the Hamiltonian need be convex (or concave). The initial data are uniformly Lipschitz and can be written as the sum of a convex function in a group of variables and a concave function in the remaining variables, therefore including the Cited by: The Nonconvex Multidimensional Riemann Problem for Hamilton–Jacobi Equations should be extended to the solution of Hamilton-Jacobi equations.

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Next, the optimal cfl for some multi-level schemes, namely, 6P50, 8P, 8P and 10P90 [17] are computed using MIEELDLD in. Section 2 is devoted to high resolution shock capturing methods for problems with discontinuous or otherwise nonsmooth solutions.

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on Anal. 22, (). [8] Barles, G., Solutions de Viscosite des Equations de Hamilton-Jacobi, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (). [9]. The fractional-time derivatives and integrals are considered, on time scales, in the Riemann--Liouville sense. By using the Banach fixed point theorem, sufficient conditions for existence and uniqueness of solution to initial value problems described by fractional order differential equations on time scales are known.

Assuming certain attachment and detachment mechanisms at the steps, we have obtained a Hamilton-Jacobi equation for the surface height which is coupled with a diffusion equation for the edge adatom density. These equations are supplemented with boundary conditions to describe the evolution of peaks and valleys on the surface.Exact solutions to the Riemann problem for compressible isothermal Euler equations for two-phase flows with and without phase transition In: Quarterly of applied mathematics - Providence, RI: Brown University, Division of Applied Mathematics, Bd.S.