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# Rothe-Galerkin's method for a nonlinear integrodifferential equation

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In this article we propose approximation schemes for solving nonlinear initial boundary value problem with Volterra operator. Existence, uniqueness of solution as well as some regularity results are obtained via Rothe-Galerkin method. Mathematics Subject Classification 2000: 35k55; 35A35; 65M20. In this article we propose approximation schemes for solving nonlinear initial boundary value problem with Volterra operator. Existence, uniqueness of solution as well as some regularity results are obtained via Rothe-Galerkin method. Mathematics Subject Classification 2000: 35k55; 35A35; 65M20.

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Chaoui and Guezane-Lakoud Boundary Value Problems 2012, 2012 :10 http://www.boundaryvalueproblems.com/content/2012/1/10
R E S E A R C H Rothe-Galerkin â€™ s method for a nonlinear integrodifferential equation Abderrazek Chaoui * and Assia Guezane-Lakoud
* Correspondence: razwel2004@yahoo.fr Laboratory of advanced materials, Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria
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Abstract In this article we propose approximation schemes for solving nonlinear initial boundary value problem with Volterra operator. Existence, uniqueness of solution as well as some regularity results are obtained via Rothe-Galerkin method. Mathematics Subject Classification 2000: 35k55; 35A35; 65M20. Keywords: Rothe â€™ s method, a priori estimate, integrodifferential equation, Galerkin method, weak solution
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1 Introduction The aim of this work is the solvability of the following equation âˆ‚ t Î² ( u ) âˆ’ âˆ‚ t î€‚ a ( u ) âˆ’ âˆ‡ d ( t , x , u , âˆ‡ a ( u )) + K ( u ) = f ( t , x , u ) where ( t , x ) ÃŽ (0, T ) Ã— Î© = Q T , with the initial condition Î² ( u (0, x )) = Î² ( u 0 ( x )), x âˆˆ î€ƒ and the boundary condition u ( t , x ) = 0,Â ( t , x ) âˆˆ (0, T ) Ã— âˆ‚î€ƒ . The memory operator K is defined by t î€‚ K ( t ) u , v î€ƒ = î€€ î€€ k ( t , s ) g ( s , x , âˆ‡ u ( s , x )) âˆ‡ v ( t , x ) dsdx . (1 : 4) î€ƒ 0 Let us denote by (P), the problem generated by Equations (1.1)-(1.3). The problem (P) has relevant interest applications toÂ theÂ porous media equation and to integro-differential equation modeling memory effects. Several problems of thermoelasticity and viscoelasticity can also be reduced to this type of problems. A variety of problems arising in mechanics, elasticity theory, molecular dynamics, and quantum mechanics can be described by doubly nonlinear problems. The literature on the subject of local in time doubly nonlinear evolution equations is rather wide. Among these contributions, we refer the reader to [1] where the authors studied the convergence of a finite volume scheme for the numerical solution for an elliptic-parabolic equation. Using Rothe method, the author in [2] studied a nonlinear degenerate parabolic equation with a second-order differential Volterra operator. In [3] Â© 2012 Chaoui and Guezane-Lakoud; licensee Springer. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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