By Luigi Ambrosio (auth.), Antonio Bove, Daniele Del Santo, M.K. Venkatesha Murthy (eds.)

This selection of unique articles and surveys addresses the hot advances in linear and nonlinear facets of the speculation of partial differential equations.

Key issues include:

* Operators as "sums of squares" of actual and intricate vector fields: either analytic hypoellipticity and regularity for terribly low regularity coefficients;

* Nonlinear evolution equations: Navier–Stokes procedure, Strichartz estimates for the wave equation, instability and the Zakharov equation and eikonals;

* neighborhood solvability: its reference to subellipticity, neighborhood solvability for structures of vector fields in Gevrey classes;

* Hyperbolic equations: the Cauchy challenge and a number of features, either confident and destructive results.

Graduate scholars at quite a few degrees in addition to researchers in PDEs and similar fields will locate this a great resource.

List of contributors:

L. Ambrosio N. Lerner

H. Bahouri X. Lu

S. Berhanu J. Metcalfe

J.-M. Bony T. Nishitani

N. Dencker V. Petkov

S. Ervedoza J. Rauch

I. Gallagher M. Reissig

J. Hounie L. Stoyanov

E. Jannelli D. S. Tartakoff

K. Kajitani D. Tataru

A. Kurganov F. Treves

G. Zampieri

E. Zuazua

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We divide these closed orbits into two types. A closed orbit Cj is a type I orbit if it is not enclosed in any other closed orbit. , closed orbits enclosed by Cj . The remaining closed orbits will be referred to as type II orbits. Suppose now Ω is a connected open subset of a twodimensional orbit of L in D. Since L satisﬁes condition (P) and is real analytic, for each p ∈ Ω, there is a neighborhood Up of p, a real analytic function Z : Up → C such that LZ = 0, dZ = 0, and Z is a homeomorphism. If Z : Up :→ C is also another such function on a neighborhood Up of p, then Z ◦ Z −1 : Z(Up ∩ Up ) → C is holomorphic.

Reﬁnements, new proofs, and some generalizations of the Rudin–Carleson theorem were given in the works [B], [D], [G], and [O]. For applications to peak interpolation manifolds for holomorphic functions on domains in Cn see [Bh], [Na], [R2] and the references in these works. In a recent paper [BH1], we proved the following generalization of the Rudin–Carleson theorem for a class of real analytic complex vector ﬁelds: Theorem A Let D be the unit disk and let L be a nonvanishing real analytic vector ﬁeld deﬁned on a neighborhood U of D satisfying the Nirenberg–Treves condition (P).

2) that 2−2jsr Δj u r Lp ∞ ≤C 0 j 0 2j trs etΔHd u r Lp j∈Z ∞ ≤C t22j e−ct2 trs etΔHd u r Lp dt t dt · t The theorem is proved. 8. 3, respectively. 3 By density, it suﬃces to suppose that the function u is an element of S(Hd ). 1) with R|α| (λ) = R((2|α| + d)λ) and R ∈ D(R \ {0}) is equal to 1 near the ring C(r1 ,r2 ) . We can then assume in what follows that β = 1. 4 ensures the existence of a radial function g t ∈ S(Hd ) such that F(g t )(λ)Fα,λ = e−t(4|λ|(2|α|+d)) R|α| (λ)Fα,λ . We deduce that etΔHd u = u g t .