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Chapter I This material is covered in almost every text on functional analysis. We mention specically references [22], [25], [47]. Chapter II Our denition of distribution in Section 1 is inadequate for many purposes. For the standard results see any one of [8], [24], [25]. For additional information on Sobolev spaces we refer to [1], [3], [19], [33], [36]. Chapter III Linear elliptic boundary value problems are discussed in the references [2], [3], [19], [33], [35], [36] by methods closely related to ours. See [22], [24], [43], [47] for other approaches. For basic work on nonlinear problems we refer to [5], [8], [32], [41]. Chapter IV We have only touched on the theory of semigroups; see [6], [19], [21], [23], [27], [47] for additional material. Refer to [8], [19], [28], [30] for hyperbolic problems and [8], [26], [29], [35] for hyperbolic systems. Corresponding results for nonlinear problems are given in [4], [5], [8], [32], [34], [41], [47].

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209 Chapter V and VI The standard reference for implicit evolution equations is [9]. Also see [30] and [32], [41] for related linear and nonlinear results, respectively. Chapter VII For extensions and applications of the basic material of Section 2 see [8], [10], [17], [39], [45]. Applications and theory of variational inequalities are presented in [16], [18], [32]; their numerical approximation is given in [20]. See [31] for additional topics in optimal control. The theory of approximation of partial dierential equations is given in references [3], [11], [37], [40], [42]; also see [10], [14]. Additional Topics We have painfully rejected the temptation to pursue many interesting topics; each of them deserves attention. A few of these topics are improperly posed problems [7], [38], function-theoretic methods [12], bifurcation [15], fundamental solutions [24], [43], scattering theory [29], the transposition method [33], non-autonomous evolution equations [5], [8], [9], [19], [27], [30], [34], [47], and singular problems [9]. Classical treatments of partial dierential equations of elliptic and hyperbolic type are given in the treatise [13] and the canonical parabolic equation is discussed in [46]. These topics are similarly presented in [44] together with derivations of many initial and boundary value problems and their applications.

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[1] R.A. Adams, Sobolev Spaces, Academic Press, 1976. [2] S. Agmon, Lectures on Elliptic Boundary Value Problems , Van Nostrand, 1965. [3] J.P. Aubin, Approximation of Elliptic Boundary Value Problems, Wiley, 1972. [4] H. Brezis, Operateurs Maximaux Monotones , North-Holland Math. Studies 5, 1973. [5] F.E. Browder, Nonlinear Operators and Nonlinear Equations of Evolution in Banach Spaces, Proc. Symp. Pure Math., 18, part 2, Amer. Math. Soc., 1976. [6] P. Butzer and H. Berens, Semi-groups of Operators and Approximations, Springer, 1967. [7] A. Carasso and A. Stone (editors), Improperly Posed Boundary Value Problems, Pitman, 1975. [8] R.W. Carroll, Abstract Methods in Partial Dierential Equations, Harper-Row, 1969. [9] R.W. Carroll and R.E. Showalter, Singular and Degenerate Cauchy Problems, Academic Press, 1976. [10] J. Cea, Optimization. Theorie et Algorithmes, Dunod, 1971. [11] P.G. Ciarlet, Numerical Analysis of the Finite Element Method for Elliptic Boundary Value Problems, North-Holland, 1977. 211

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[12] D.L. Colton, Partial Dierential Equations in the Complex Domain, Pitman, 1976. [13] R. Courant and D. Hilbert, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Vol.2, Wiley, 1962. [14] J. Daniel, Approximate Minimization of Functionals, Prentice Hall, 1970. [15] R.W. Dickey, Bifurcation Problems in Nonlinear Elasticity, Pitman, 1976. [16] G. Duvaut and J.L. Lions, Les Inequations en Mecanique et en Physique, Dunod, 1972. [17] I. Ekeland and R. Temam, Analyse Convexe et Problemes Variationnels, Dunod, 1974. [18] G. Fichera (editor), Trends in Applications of Pure Mathematics to Mechanics, Pitman, 1976. [19] A. Friedman, Partial Dierential Equations, Holt-Rinehart-Winston, 1969. [20] R. Glowinski, J.L. Lions and R. Tremolieres, Analyse Numerique des Inequations Variationnelles, Dunod, 1976. [21] J.R. Goldstein, Semi-groups of Operators and Abstract Cauchy Problems, Tulane University, 1970. [22] G. Hellwig, Dierential Operators of Mathematical Physics, AddisonWesley, 1967. [23] E. Hille and R.S. Phillips, Functional Analysis and Semigroups, Amer. Math. Soc. Coll. Publ., Vol.31, 1957. [24] L. Hormander, Linear Partial Dierential Operators, Springer, 1963. [25] J. Horvath, Topological Vector Spaces and Distributions, Vol.1, AddisonWesley, 1967. [26] A. Jerey, Quasilinear Hyperbolic Systems and Waves, Pitman, 1976.

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[43] F. Treves, Basic Linear Partial Dierential Equations, Academic Press, 1975. [44] A.N. Tychonov and A.A. Samarski, Partial Dierential Equations of Mathematical Physics, Holden-Day, 1964. [45] M.M. Vainberg, Variational Method and Method of Monotone Operators in the Theory of Nonlinear Equations, Wiley, 1973. [46] D.V. Widder, The Heat Equation, Academic Press, 1975. [47] K. Yosida, Functional Analysis (4th edition), Springer, 1974.

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