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This extension includes some reaction diffusion systems with the effect of convection. 4, eto == eto(t,x), /30 == /3o(t,x), and c == c(t, x) are allowed to be functions of (t,x), and for each fixed t, L is a uniformly elliptic operator given by Lu == L ai,j(t,x){fu/8xi8xj + Lbj (t,x)8u/8xj n n iJ=l ~1 where "=" denotes definition or identity. Luniformly elliptical is in the sense that the matrix (aij) is positive definite in DTi that is, there exist positive constants do, d1 such that for every vector ~ = (~1!

2) with Co = -a> o. This implies that the time-dependent solution and the steady-state solution both exist and are nonnegative. Since j'(u) = a - 200 < 0 for all u ~ 0 the steady-state solution is also unique. 8) where u, b are positive constants. 8) has a unique time-dependent solution u and 0 ~ u(t, x) ~ p, where p is a common upper bound of h/f3o, uo, and b. 1) with Co = 4u~ and q = ub4 where Po = P when f30 > 0 and Po is any upper bound of w when f30 ~ O. 1) except with a different Co. 8) the constant pair u = p and u.

8. 13). Additional references for more general models in these fields will be given in later chapters. Chapter 2 Parabolic Boundary-Value Problems The use of upper and lower solutions as initial iterations, discussed in the previous chapter, leads to two monotone sequences each of which converges to a unique solution of an integral equation. This chapter shows that the limit of the monotone sequence is indeed the solution of the parabolic problem for each of the three basic boundary conditions.

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