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Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis (CPAA)
 

Volume 1,Number 1,     March 2002

1

A semi-implicit moving mesh method for the focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation   Pages : 1 - 18

Hector D. Ceniceros

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2

An application of homogenization techniques to population dynamics models   Pages : 19 - 33

B. E. Ainseba,  W. E. Fitzgibbon,  M. Langlais and J. J. Morgan

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Global well-posedness of weak solutions for the Lagrangian averaged Navier-Stokes equations on bounded domains   Pages : 35 - 50

Daniel Coutand,  J. Peirce and Steve Shkoller

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4

Boundary layers in weak solutions of hyperbolic conservation laws II. self-similar vanishing diffusion limits   Pages : 51 - 76

K. T. Joseph and Philippe G. LeFloch

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5

Global existence of solutions to a reaction diffusion system based upon carbonate reaction kinetics   Pages : 77 - 84

Congming Li and Eric S. Wright

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6

Canonical forms and structure theorems for radial solutions to semi-linear elliptic problems   Pages : 85 - 102

Y. Kabeya,  Eiji Yanagida and Shoji Yotsutani

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A new approach to study the Vlasov-Maxwell system   Pages : 103 - 125

Sergiu Klainerman and Gigliola Staffilani

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Optimal regularity of solution to a degenerate elliptic system arising in electromagnetic fields    Pages : 127 - 134

H. M. Yin

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