Convergence of discretized attractors for parabolic equations on the line
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We show that, for a semilinear parabolic equation on the real line satisfying a dissipativity condition, global attractors of time-space discretizations converge (with respect to the Hausdorff semi-distance) to the attractor of the continuous system as the discretization steps tend to zero. The attractors considered correspond to pairs of function spaces (in the sense of Babin-Vishik) with weighted and locally uniform norms (taken from Mielke-Schneider) used both for the continuous and discrete systems. Bibliography: 13 titles.
KeywordsFunction Space Parabolic Equation Real Line Discrete System Global Attractor
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