Semi-classical analysis for proof extinction-property in finite time of solutions for parabolic equations with homogeneous main part and degenerate absorption potential
AbstractWe study the behavior of solutions of parabolic equation with double nonlinearity and a degenerate absorption term. The main topic of interest is the property of finite time extinction, i.e., the solution vanish after finite time.
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