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Proceedings of Equadiff 13
Conference on Differential Equations and Their Applications, Prague, August 26-30, 2013
Part 1

Organized by: Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague; Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague; Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen; Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague; Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
Venue: Prague, 2013

Publisher: Institute of Mathematics AS CR, Prague, 2014
Series: Mathematica Bohemica, vol. 139, Issue 2

Proceedings published in:
Mathematica Bohemica, Vol. 139, Issue 2

Table of Contents

113-124 A new error estimate for a fully finite element discretization scheme for parabolic equations using Crank-Nicolson method.  Bradji, Abdallah; Fuhrmann, Jürgen
125-136 Some new error estimates for finite element methods for second order hyperbolic equations using the Newmark method.  Bradji, Abdallah; Fuhrmann, Jürgen
137-144 Continuum spectrum for the linearized extremal eigenvalue problem with boundary reactions.  Takahashi, Futoshi
145-154 Positive solutions of the $p$-Laplace Emden-Fowler equation in hollow thin symmetric domains.  Kajikiya, Ryuji
155-162 Time delay in chemical exchange during an NMR pulse.  Gamliel, Dan
163-184 Homogenization of a carcinogenesis model with different scalings with the homogenization parameter.  Graf, Isabell; Peter, Malte A.
185-193 Spectrum of the Laplacian in narrow tubular neighbourhoods of hypersurfaces with combined Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions.  Krejčiřík, David
195-211 Instability of Turing type for a reaction-diffusion system with unilateral obstacles modeled by variational inequalities.  Väth, Martin
213-229 On discreteness of spectrum of a functional differential operator.  Labovskiy, Sergey; Getimane, Mário Frengue
231-238 Critical case of nonlinear Schrödinger equations with inverse-square potentials on bounded domains.  Suzuki, Toshiyuki
239-257 Systems of reaction-diffusion equations with spatially distributed hysteresis.  Gurevich, Pavel; Tikhomirov, Sergey
259-267 Quantum-graph vertex couplings: some old and new approximations.  Manko, Stepan
269-283 A note on the Cahn-Hilliard equation in $H^1(\mathbb R^N)$ involving critical exponent.  Cholewa, Jan W.; Rodriguez-Bernal, Anibal
285-298 Homoclinic orbits in a two-patch predator-prey model with Preisach hysteresis operator.  Pimenov, Alexander; Rachinskii, Dmitrii
299-313 Nonlinear boundary value problems involving the extrinsic mean curvature operator.  Mawhin, Jean
315-331 Degenerating Cahn-Hilliard systems coupled with mechanical effects and complete damage processes.  Heinemann, Christian; Kraus, Christiane
333-340 On the Dirichlet and Neumann problems in multi-dimensional cone.  Vasilyev, Vladimir
341-352 On the eigenvalues of a Robin problem with a large parameter.  Filinovskiy, Alexey
353-361 Cauchy problem for the complex Ginzburg-Landau type Equation with $L^{p}$-initial data.  Shimotsuma, Daisuke; Yokota, Tomomi; Yoshii, Kentarou
363-371 Application of a center manifold theory to a reaction-diffusion system of collective motion of camphor disks and boats.  Ei, Shin-Ichiro; Ikeda, Kota; Nagayama, Masaharu; Tomoeda, Akiyasu
373-380 A mathematical model for the recovery of human and economic activities in disaster regions.  Kadoya, Atsushi; Kenmochi, Nobuyuki
381-389 Stability for approximation methods of the one-dimensional Kobayashi-Warren-Carter system.  Watanabe, Hiroshi; Shirakawa, Ken
391-399 Abstract theory of variational inequalities with Lagrange multipliers and application to nonlinear PDEs.  Fukao, Takeshi; Kenmochi, Nobuyuki
401-416 On the change of energy caused by crack propagation in 3-dimensional anisotropic solids.  Steigemann, Martin; Specovius-Neugebauer, Maria
417-428 Some notes on oscillation of two-dimensional system of difference equations.  Opluštil, Zdeněk
429-436 Forced anisotropic mean curvature flow of graphs in relative geometry.  Hoang, Dieu Hung; Beneš, Michal
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