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A lot of what's identified approximately particular dynamical structures is received from numerical experiments. even supposing the discretization strategy often has no major impression at the effects for easy, well-behaved dynamics, acute sensitivity to adjustments in preliminary stipulations is a trademark of chaotic habit. How convinced can one be that the numerical dynamics displays that of the unique approach? Do numerically calculated trajectories regularly shadow a real one? What function does numerical research play within the examine of dynamical structures? And conversely, can advances in dynamical platforms offer new insights into numerical algorithms? those and comparable matters have been the focal point of the workshop on Chaotic Numerics, held at Deakin college in Geelong, Australia, in July 1993. The contributions to this ebook are in accordance with lectures awarded throughout the workshop and supply a wide assessment of this sector of study

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15. Then for every ζ¯ ∈ L∞ (Rd ) there exists a unique solution ζ ∈ L∞ ([0, T ] × Rd ) to ∂t ζ + div (bζ) = 0 ζ(0, ·) = ζ¯ . 6. 18 (Density generated by a vector field). 15. Then the density generated by b is the unique solution ρ ∈ L∞ ([0, T ] × Rd ) of ∂t ρ + div (bρ) = 0 ρ(0, ·) = 1 . CHAPTER 3 An abstract characterization of the renormalization property In this chapter we present a joint work with Bouchut [37], in which we give a result of different type compared with the ones of the previous chapter.

T ∈ [0, T ] d dt u(t, x)2 dx ≤ 2 f (t, ·) Rd u(t, ·) L2x L2x 1 c + div b (t, ·) 2 +2 u(t, ·) L∞ x 2 L2x . 12). 12) at the limit. Step 2. The operator A0 . 1, we consider the linear operator F0 → L2 (Rd ) × L2 ([0, T ] × Rd ), 0 A : u → u(0, ·), ∂t u + div (bu) + cu . Since we can estimate A0 u = u(0, ·) L2x ×L2t,x ≤ u L2x + ∂t u + div (bu) + cu + ∂t u + div (bu) √ ≤ 1 + c L∞ T u F, t,x Bt (L2x ) L2t,x L2t,x + c √ L∞ t,x T u Bt (L2x ) we deduce that A0 is a bounded operator. Next, the energy estimate established in the first step gives that for any u ∈ F 0 , u Bt (L2x ) 1 ≤ exp T c + div b 2 √ max(1, T ) A0 u L∞ t,x But we have ∂t u + div (bu) L2t,x ≤ ∂t u + div (bu) + cu L2x ×L2t,x .

Then r → 0 strongly in L1loc (I × Rd ). Proof. 13) u(t, x − z) r (t, x) = b(t, x) − b(t, x − z) · ∇ρ(z) dz + udiv b ∗ ρ . 14) f (x + z) − f (x) → ∇f (x)z strongly in L1loc as → 0, that is, the difference quotients converge strongly to the derivative. 13) we obtain that r converges strongly in L1loc (I × Rd ) to ∇b(t, x)z · ∇ρ(z) dz + udiv b . u(t, x) Rd The elementary identity zi Rd ∂ρ(z) dz = −δij ∂zj immediately shows that the limit is zero. This concludes the proof. 6. VECTOR FIELDS WITH BOUNDED VARIATION 33 6.

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