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Opuscula Mathematica > 2024 > Vol. 44, no. 2 > 167--195

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 46 > 12 > 12529 - 12548

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 46 > 1 > 339 - 355

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 45 > 4 > 2276 - 2298

Journal of Applied Analysis > 2023 > Vol. 29, nr 1 > 49--58

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 44 > 11 > 9611 - 9615

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 43 > 17 > 10190 - 10203

Journal of Mathematics and Applications > 2020 > Vol. 43 > 67--80

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 42 > 18 > 6686 - 6705

Mathematical Notes > 2019 > 106 > 3-4 > 602-615

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_{p}of spatial variables and possesses a certain smoothness with respect to time. No constraints are imposed on the sign of this coefficient, i.e., the class of equations also contains parabolic equations with varying time direction...

Journal of Mathematical Sciences > 2019 > 241 > 3 > 290-305

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^{p(x)}, in which the parabolic term can vanish, i.e., in the corresponding domain the parabolic equation becomes “elliptic.” Under the weak monotonicity conditions (nonstrict inequality) we prove the existence of a solution to the first mixed problem in a cylinder with a bounded base.

Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization > 2019 > 60 > 1 > 401-404

Advances in Difference Equations > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-15

Boundary Value Problems > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-12

Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata ( 01923 -) > 2019 > 198 > 5 > 1651-1673

Applications of Mathematics > 2018 > 63 > 5 > 523-539

Mediterranean Journal of Mathematics > 2018 > 15 > 5 > 1-14

Journal of Evolution Equations > 2019 > 19 > 1 > 1-19

Advances in Difference Equations > 2018 > 2018 > 1 > 1-18