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Applied Analysis and Differential Equations: Iasi, Romania, by Ovidiu Carja, Ioan I. Vrabie

By Ovidiu Carja, Ioan I. Vrabie

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Let γ=γR0 > 0 where R0 = u L∞ (IRN ×]0,+∞[) . Consider v(x, t)=u(x, t+T ), ∀(x, t) ∈ IRN ×[0, +∞[. By the periodicity of H we deduce that v is viscosity solution of ∂t v + H(x, v, Dv) = f (t), (x, t) ∈ IRN × [0, +∞[. 1 we have u(·, t + T ) − u(·, t) L∞ (IRN ) = v(·, t) − u(·, t) ≤e −γt ≤ 2e −γt L∞ (IRN ) v(·, 0) − u(·, 0) u L∞ (IRN ) L∞ (IRN ×]0,+∞[) . In particular, by taking t = s + nT , s ∈ [0, T ] we deduce that un+1 (·, s) − un (·, s) L∞ (IRN ) ≤ 2e−nT γ u L∞ (IRN ×]0,+∞[) , N and therefore there is w ∈ C(IR × IR), T periodic such that un → w|IRN ×[0,T ] uniformly on IRN × [0, T ].

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