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4. Examples of Well-Posed and of Ill-Posed Problems Let us illustrate the previous definition by some examples. Example 4. 12) i). uLt=Auz, A = ( ; XER, t>O, if one introduces the variables u1 = yt, u2 = ys. d ) u, and thus lep(iw)I = 1. 12) is well-posed. 12) to we obtain two uncoupled scalar equations of the form discussed in Example 1. Example 5. A so-called weakly hyperbolic system is given by *The notion of a hyperbolic system will be introduced below. 30 Initial-Boundary Value Problems and the Navier-Stokes Equations Here eP(zw)t = ,-t zwt 1 iwt (0 1 ) .
4. Let B1. B2 denote normed spaces, let M denote a dense subspace of B1, and let B2 be complete. f E M . The operator S is called the extension of So. By our construction, the generalized solution u(z, t) is just an L2-function with respect to IC for each fixed t. It is often possible, however, to obtain smoothness properties of u ( z ,t) with respect to z and t by further investigations. Let us consider two simple examples. Example I . 2. I . 43 Discontinuous initial function. 15 1, 0 for 1x1 > 1.
Thus the result follows. The Matrix Theorem and its proof. Let F denote an infinite set of matrices A E C7"". The uniform boundedness 5 K , K independent of A 2 0. E F and t is not as easily discussed. It is not sufficient to request condition 2 of the previous lemma for each A E F separately because IS-IIISI can depend on A and can become arbitrarily large. The characterization given next is useful if one wants to derive necessary and sufficient conditions for well-posedness. 2. The following four conditions are equivalent: 1.