By MAN-WAH WONG

ISBN-10: 9810202865

ISBN-13: 9789810202866

The purpose of the booklet is to provide a simple account of a

class of pseudo-differential operators. The prerequisite for less than-

standing the booklet is a direction in actual variables. it's was hoping that the

book can be utilized in classes in practical research, Fourier research

and partial differential equations.

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15). 3. 1) a E (0, at}, where Q = (0, at) x (0, +00) . This is the model with time-independent vital ra tes and without inflow. e. e. 1) . e. 4) elsewhere. ANALYSIS OF AGE-DEPENDENT POPULATION DYNAMICS 43 It is obvious that F E C(R+), K E LOO(R+) and as a consequence b E C(R+) . So, we have that p is a continuous function on {(a, t) E Qj a < t}. First we shall discuss the asymptotic behaviour of b. 4) we may infer via Bellman's lemma that and this implies that b is absolutely Laplace transformable.

9) is satisfied. ,) = £(F)()")£(K)()") 9 1 - £(K)()") (this follows by a classical result from Laplace transform theory; see [34]) . ,) = F(t) + g(t) , t E R+. 46 CHAPTER 2 So, the asymptotic behaviour of b is given by the asymptotic behaviour of g. RA < Xl . 10), from X to X l. tdAI l XI-i oo e- (o" - xJlt m (xd ° 1 - £(K)(A) IlfxIIL(R) · l k t 2(R). ~ ~ x I It is obvious that u = if and only if F (t) = 0, "It ~ 0. 7) is satisfied. 7). 1. e. aE (O,at), ° we where ,6 is extended by 0 outside [0, at]· This happens if the support of,6 lies to the left of the support of Po (po is called in this case a trivial datum) .

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