Decay Estimates and Gevrey Smoothing for a Strongly Damped Plate Equation
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In this note, we study a damped plate equation. On the one hand, the action of the damping creates a smoothing effect in Gevrey classes, on the other hand, it dissipates the energy of the solution.
KeywordsDamped plate equation Decay estimates Smoothing effect
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