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journal of differential equations 156, 122 152 (1999) An Extension of Maximum and Anti-Maximum Principles
 

Summary: journal of differential equations 156, 122 152 (1999)
An Extension of Maximum and Anti-Maximum Principles
to a Schrodinger Equation in R2
Benedicte Alziary* and Jacqueline Fleckinger-Pelle-
CEREMATH, Universite des Sciences Sociales,
21 Allee de Brienne, F-31042 Toulouse Cedex, France; and
UMR MIP, Universite Paul Sabatier,
118 Route de Narbonne, F-31062 Toulouse Cedex, France
E-mail: alziary─univ-tlse1.fr; jfleck─univ-tlse1.fr
and
Peter Takac
Fachbereich Mathematik, Universitat Rostock,
Universitatsplatz 1, D-18055 Rostock, Germany
E-mail: peter.takac─mathematik.uni-rostock.de
Received March 16, 1998; revised September 15, 1998
Strong maximum and anti-maximum principles are extended to weak L2
(R2
)-
solutions u of the Schrodinger equation &2u+q(x)u&*u= f(x) in L2
(R2

  

Source: Alziary-Chassat, BÚnÚdicte - UniversitÚ Toulouse 1 - Capitole

 

Collections: Mathematics