On Stabilization of Solutions of Elliptic Equations Containing Bessel Operators

  • Andrey B. Muravnik


Singular differential equations containing Bessel operators frequently occur in modern models of mathematical physics and their theory is a rapidly developing research area (see [1] and references therein). This paper is devoted to stabilization of solutions of elliptic equations containing singularities of the specified kind.


Elliptic Equation Elliptic Boundary Finite Limit Interface Growth Quasilinear Parabolic Equation 
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