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Asymptotic properties of solutions of twodimensional differentialdifference elliptic problems
A. B. Muravnik^{ab} ^{a} JSC Concern "Sozvezdie", 14 Plekhanovskaya, 394018 Voronezh, Russia
^{b} RUDN University, 6 MiklukhoMaklaya st., 117198 Moscow, Russia
Abstract:
In the halfplane $\{\infty<x<+\infty\}\times\{0<y<+\infty\}$, the Dirichlet problem is considered for differentialdifference equations of the kind $u_{xx}+\sum_{k=1}^ma_ku_{xx}(x+h_k,y)+u_{yy}=0$, where the amount $m$ of nonlocal terms of the equation is arbitrary and no commensurability conditions are imposed on their coefficients $a_1,…,a_m$ and the parameters $h_1,…,h_m$, determining the translations of the independent variable $x$. The only condition imposed on the coefficients and parameters of the studied equation is the nonpositivity of the real part of the symbol of the operator acting with respect to the variable $x$.
Earlier, it was proved that the specified condition (i. e., the strong ellipticity condition for the corresponding differentialdifference operator) guarantees the solvability of the considered problem in the sense of generalized functions (according to the Gel'fand–Shilov definition), a Poisson integral representation of a solution was constructed, and it was proved that the constructed solution is smooth outside the boundary line.
In the present paper, the behavior of the specified solution as $y\to+\infty$ is investigated. We prove the asymptotic closedness between the investigated solution and the classical Dirichlet problem for the differential elliptic equation (with the same boundaryvalue function as in the original nonlocal problem) determined as follows: all parameters $h_1,…,h_m$ of the original differentialdifference elliptic equation are assigned to be equal to zero. As a corollary, we prove that the investigated solutions obey the classical Repnikov–Eidel'man stabilization condition: the solution stabilizes as $y\to+\infty$ if and only if the mean value of the boundaryvalue function over the interval $(R,+R)$ has a limit as $R\to+\infty$.
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A. B. Muravnik, “Asymptotic properties of solutions of twodimensional differentialdifference elliptic problems”, Differential and functional differential equations, CMFD, 63, no. 4, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, M., 2017, 678–688
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