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By Luciano Pandolfi

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ISBN-13: 9783319122465

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6 The Derivation of the Models 49 (k > 0 and the minus sign because the flux is toward parts which have lower temperature). Combining these equalities we get the memoryless heat equation θ = (kγ )θx x . 48) −∞ which gives (the product kγ N (t) is renamed N (t)) t θ = N (t − s)θx x (x, s)ds. 49) −∞ If the system is subject to the action of an external control f , for example if we impose θ (0, t) = f (t) , θ (π, t) = 0 , then the control acts after a certain initial time t0 and we can assume t0 = 0.

Note that D(Ω) ⊆ dom Ak for every k. So, if f = 0, G = 0 and u 0 , v0 belong to D(Ω), then u(t) ∈ C ∞ ([0, T ]; H r (Ω)) for every r and so u(t) ∈ C ∞ (Ω × (0, T )) and γ0 u(t), γ1 u(t) belong to C ∞ ([0, T ]; L 2 (∂Ω)). 16) with initial conditions Di u 0 and Di v0 (but in general γ0 Di u = 0). If furthermore ∂Ω ∈ C ∞ , then the derivatives of u of every order have smooth traces on ∂Ω. Different methods can be used to justify the definition of mild solutions, see [27, 84]. 17) with data { f n }, {G n }, {u 0,n }, {v0,n } each one of class C ∞ with compact support and such that u 0,n → u 0 in L 2 (Ω) , v0,n → v0 in H −1 (Ω) , f n → f in L 2 (0, T ; L 2 (∂Ω)) , G n → G in L 2 (0, T ; L 2 (Ω)) .

2 The linear transformation γ0 with values in L 2 (∂Ω) admits a linear continuous extension to H 1 (Ω) whose kernel is H01 (Ω); the linear transformation γ1 with values in L 2 (∂Ω) admits a linear continuous extension to H 2 (Ω). If u ∈ H k (Ω) for every k then the equivalent class u contains a (unique) C ∞ function. If ∂Ω is of class C ∞ , then this function and its derivative admit continuous extensions to Ω. 31) is the laplacian with homogeneous boundary conditions. Its key properties are: • the operator A is selfadjoint (hence it is closed) and surjective, and 0 ∈ ρ(A).

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