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    Title: DEAD-CORE AT TIME INFINITY FOR A HEAT EQUATION WITH STRONG ABSORPTION
    Authors: 符聖珍
    Fu,Sheng-Chen
    Guo,Jong-Shenq
    Wu,Chin-Chin
    Contributors: 應數系
    Keywords: Heat equation;Strong absorption;Dead-core;Dead-core rate
    Date: 2009.08
    Issue Date: 2014-08-07 11:34:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We study an initial boundary value problem for a heat equation with strong absorption. We first prove that the solution of this problem stays positive for any finite time and converges to the unique steady state for a large class of initial data. This gives an example in which the dead-core is developed in infinite time. Then some estimates of the dead-core rate(s) are derived. Finally, we provide the uniformly exponential rate of convergence of the solution to the unique steady state.
    Relation: Taiwanese J. Math.,13(4),1213-1227
    Data Type: article
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