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By G. Jameson

ISBN-10: 0412097109

ISBN-13: 9780412097102

This publication can be of curiosity to undergraduates taking classes on advanced capabilities.

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N with (ξj , ζ) = 0 the inequality n n A−1 (x)Aj (x)ξj , ζ + A−1 (x)A0 (x)ζ, ζ ≥ 0 ajk (x)(ξj , ζ) + j,k=1 j=1 is valid. Proof. Let the origin be at a point O ∈ Ω. Take arbitrary ζ ∈ Rm \{0}, ξj ∈ R , ξ = (ξi , . . , ξn ), with (ξj , ζ) = 0, j = 1, 2, . . , n, and let ε = const > 0. 24) P (x, ξ) = ⎪ ⎩ ζ − c2 |x|2 n j=1 2 ξ j xj for ξ = 0, for ξ = 0, 42 2. 26) , 1 A−1 (0)A0 (0)ζ . 28) (A−1 (0)A0 (0)ζ, ζ) 2 |x| + o(|x|2 ). n a (0) j=1 jj Suppose for some ζ ∈ Rm \{0}, ξ j ∈ Rm with (ξj , ζ) = 0, j = 1, .

Theorem 2 can be also formulated with the last condition replaced by condition (i) of Corollary 1. It is shown that all the facts concerning the maximum modulus principle for solutions of systems with complex coeﬃcients are corollaries of corresponding assertions for systems with real coeﬃcients. 2. 1. 1. The maximum principle in a half-space. We introduce the operator n Ajk A0 (Dx ) = j,k=1 ∂2 , ∂xj ∂xk where Dx = (∂/∂x1 , . . , ∂/∂xn ) and Ajk = Akj are constant real (m×m)-matrices. e. that for all ζ = (ζ1 , .

At the same time we also transform the equation Aps (Dx )u0 = 0 to the variables y1 , . . , yn , and then we apply to it the Fourier transform with respect to y1 , . . , yn−1 . 11) d2 F [˜ u0 ] dF [˜ u0 ] A˜(ps) − 2i nn 2 dyn dyn n−1 n−1 (ps) A˜jn ξj − F [˜ u0 ] j=1 (ps) A˜jk ξj ξk = 0. 2. , A˜jn = 0 for all j = 1, . . , n − 1. 11), we ﬁnd that n−1 (ps) A˜jk ξj ξk = 0. 2 A˜(ps) nn |ξ | − j,k=1 (ps) (ps) ˜ ps (Dy ) turns out Hence, A˜jk = δjk A˜nn , 1 ≤ j, k ≤ n − 1. 12) i=1 ∂2 , ∂yi2 where A is a constant (m × m)-matrix.