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1985 Texas Partial Differential Equations Seminar
University of Houston

    April 27, 1985. (In order of presentation).
  • B. Keyfitz: Univ. of Houston; A system of conservation laws with no classical Riemann solution.
  • Mie Nakata: Rice Univ.; Mixed finite element method for approximating Darcy velocitites.
  • I. Bakelman: Texas A&M Univ.; The Dirichlet problem for Euler Lagrange equations and applications to elasticity-plasticity and differential geometry.
  • J. Harnett: Univ. of Colorado; The 2-suface twister equation in general relativity.
  • M. Pilant: Texas A&M Univ.; Galerkin methods for equations of non-fixed type.
  • P. Smith: Texas A&M Univ.; Removable singularities of infinite action solutions of the Yang-Mills-Higgs monopole equations in the two space dimensions.
  • M. Golubitsky: Univ. of Houston; Effects of symmetry on Hopf bifurcation.
  • S. Taliaferro: Texas A&M Univ.; Stability of bifurcation solutions in the presence of symmetry.
  • M. Boshernitzan: Rice Univ.; Universal differential equations.
  • R. Showalter: Univ. of Texas, Austin; Semi-state model of a distributed RC network.
  • M. C. Shaw: Texas A&M Univ.; L2 existence and estimated for the tangentail Cauchy-Riemann complex.
  • D. H. Wagner: Univ. of Houston; Equivalence of Euler's and Lagrange's formulations of inviscid gas dynamics for weak solutions.
  • W. Symes: Rice Univ.;
  • H. Warchall: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Scattering of solitary waves in multiple dimensions.
  • Masaomi Nakata: Univ. of Houston; C-infinity solutions of the Korteweg-deVries equation with singular Data.
  • A. Castro: Southwest Texas State Univ.; Multiple solutions for a Dirichlet problem with jumping nonlinearities, II.