By Yakov Roitberg (auth.)

This monograph provides elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic boundary worth difficulties for structures of combined orders (Douglis-Nirenberg systems). For those difficulties the `theorem on entire number of isomorphisms' is confirmed. a number of purposes in elasticity and hydrodynamics are taken care of. The booklet calls for familiarity with the weather of practical research, the idea of partial differential equations, and the speculation of generalized features. *Audience:* This paintings may be of curiosity to graduate scholars and study mathematicians enthusiastic about parts equivalent to practical research, partial differential equations, operator thought, the maths of mechanics, elasticity and viscoelasticity.

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The problem ex where () E [()1! ()2], is elliptic in the cylinder e X R. 2. To study elliptic problems with a parameter, it is convenient to introduce relevant spaces and norms which depend on the parameter q E R. Let S, q E R, P E]l, +00[. 6) Here FXt-+f. denotes the Fourier transformation, and F;~f. It is easy to see ([R1, Sec. 6) is equivalent to the norm lIu, Rn, Oll, and, therefore, the set H6,p(Rn,q) coincides with the set H6,p(Rn, 0) = H6,p(Rn). 6) for which the corresponding bilateral estimates can be written with constants CHAPTER 1 56 that do not depend on q.

The results on Green's formula obtained above enable us to use these two methods for the case of general boundary value problems for Douglis Nirenberg systems. 2. 4) for s -::P k + l/p, k = 0, ... , r -1. Therefore in what follows we shall consider such spaces for these values of s E R. For values s = k + l/p (k=O, ... ,r-l) the theorems on isomorphisms are obtained by interpolation theorem. 9). In addition, the following theorem is true. 1. ,p. 1) = 0), then the operator -T+s,p,(r) -+ K H ',p.

1. l) be an elliptic problem. Then i} for any 8 E Rand any pE (1, +00) the operator A = A 3 ,p i8 Noetherian. This means that the kernel 91 and the cokernel 91* are finite dimensional and do not depend on 8 and p, 91 = {u E (COO(G)t : Au = O}, 91* C {V = (Vb"" VN,,,pb' .. , "pm) : Vi = (Vio, . , Vi,re-sJ E COO(G) X (C oo (ßG))re-3 j j "pj E COO(ßG) (j = 1, ... k) r r=1 k=1 j=1 m)}. 11) h=1 (V'V E 91*) holds; ii} the restrietion ;C,p of the operator A 3 ,p realizes an isomorphism Here pjjT+s,p,(r)(G) = {u E jjT+3,p,(r) is a subspace of the space jjT+3,p,(r), (uo,v) = 0 (V'v E 91)} and is a subspace of J(3,p' It is clear that for < ;C the operators A s2 ,p and 2 ,p are extensions in continuity of the operators A 31 ,p and ;C1,p respectively.