Rarefactions and large time behavior for parabolic equations and monotone schemes
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We consider the large time behavior of monotone semigroups associated with degenerate parabolic equations and monotone difference schemes. For an appropriate class of initial data the solution is shown to converge to rarefaction waves at a determined asymptotic rate.
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