Solutions to some linear evolutionary systems of equations

study of the double porosity model of fluid flow in fractured rock and its applications
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Groundwater flow -- Mathematical models., Porosity -- Mathematical mo
Statementby Gudrun M. Bodvarsson.
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Solutions to some linear evolutionary systems of equations: study of the double porosity model of fluid flow in fractured rock and its applications. Public Deposited. The present work is a study of three degenerate, linear parabolic systems of equations, each of which represents a version of the so-called double porosity model for Author: Gudrun M.

Bodvarsson. Solutions to some linear evolutionary systems of equations: study of the double porosity model of fluid flow in fractured rock and its applications.

Abstract. Graduation date: The present work is a study of three degenerate, linear parabolic\ud systems of equations, each of which represents a version of the so-called\ud double. How to solve systems of linear equations Strategy: replace system with an equivalent system which is easier to solve Definition 7.

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Understand that solutions to a system of two linear equations in two variables correspond to points of intersection of their graphs, because points of intersection satisfy both equations simultaneously.

Solve systems of two linear equations in two variables algebraically, and estimate solutions by graphing the equations.

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Next we find the Nash equilibrium by solving a system of differential equations as we know from evolutionary game theory, and we express the solution of the obtained linear programming problem (by the above transformation of the initial problem) using the Nash equilibrium and the corresponding mixed optimal strategies.Because the nonlinearities occurring in thse equations need not be small, one needs good dynamical theories to understand the longtime behavior of solutions.

Our basic objective in writing this book is to prepare an entree for scholars who are beginning their journey into the world of dynamical systems, especially in infinite dimensional spaces.The book is devoted to the questions of the long-time behavior of solutions for evolution equations, connected with kinetic models in statistical physics.

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