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This article represents the consequences initially received through S. Lainerman, D. Christodoulou, Y. Choquet-Bruhat, T. Nishida and A. Matsumara at the international lifestyles of classical recommendations to the Cauchy challenge with small preliminary facts for nonlinear evolution equations.
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2. 7) = v(^^) I where ^ 5 . 8) 0 < /< 7 + sup 0 < /< r II v( t, •) II i(iRn) + ( 1 X I I 0 1*^2 ^ •) II n, dt) ^ " (K ) Here the supremum is taken on the interval [0, T 1 if T is finite and on [0, +oo) if 38 GLOBAL SOLUTIONS FOR NONLINEAR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS T = + 00 respectively. For brevity we only use the notation [0, T ] in what follows. By definition it is easy to see that, for any v e Xg g j , we have v e L “ (0 , T ; VF'J-n- 3. 9) (1 + f)«/2 V e L “ (0 , T ; VF5-'»- 3. 11) £>* ve ¿2(0,7;//S(|R«)) (|jtl = 2).
22) where Cp is a positive constant depending on p. 15). 12) follows immediately. The proof is finished. □ 4. Some estimates for product functions and composite functions In order to solve nonlinear problems, in this section we give some estimates for product functions and composite functions, which will be used not only in this chapter but also in the forthcoming chapters. We first list without proof the following lemmas, and then we use them to prove the desired estimates for product functions and composite functions.
48) a> 0, then we have I t i(1 + r - X) -'»(1 + X ) -i» d x 0 ^ C(1 + t)-o i(1 + X) -b dx. 49) In particular, if b'^ a '¿0 and 6 > 1, then we have t ia + 1 - X )-" (1 + x)-bdx < C(1 + i)-". 0). 48). 41). i (p/i) + JII F(Av(x, •)) II iv*. 1(|R") dx. oo(|R,) . 27) and the definition of similarly we get Xs,E,T> sup II m( t, •) II vys. 41). 61) that II F(Av(t, •)) II ^ 5, // (IR ) ^ C II v(x, ■) II //5+2(|r «) . 61) where C3 is a positive constant. 40). 3 is complete. 4: Let v, v e Xg g j (in which S t n+5, £ ^ 1 and 0 < T ^ + 00).