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DCDS

We discuss some properties of a forward-backward parabolic problem
that arises in models of phase transition in which two stable phases are separated by an interface.
Here we consider a formulation of the problem that comes from a Sobolev approximation of it.
In particular we prove uniqueness of the previous problem extending to nonlinear diffusion function a result obtained
in [21] in the piecewise linear case. Moreover, we analyze the third order partial differential problem that approximates the forward-backward parabolic one. In particular, for some classes of initial data, we obtain a priori estimates that generalize that proved in [22]. Using these results we study the singular limit of the Sobolev approximation, as a consequence we obtain existence of the forward-backward problem for a class of initial data.

NHM

We consider a hyperbolic conservation law with discontinuous flux. Such a partial differential equation arises in different applications, in particular we are motivated by a model of traffic flow. We provide a new formulation in terms of Riemann Solvers. Moreover, we determine the class of Riemann Solvers which provide existence and uniqueness of the corresponding weak entropic solutions.

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