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Nonlocal physics

by mathmai
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mathmai
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May4-12, 05:56 AM
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Can we say that the boundary integral conditions= the nonlocal boundary condition?!!
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May4-12, 07:49 AM
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You will have to define nonlocal boundary conditions. Mathematically, any boundary conditions that cover more than a single point are "non-local".
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May4-12, 02:13 PM
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THE ARTICLE OF BAILI CHEN : EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS FOR QUASILINEAR PARABOLIC
EQUATIONS WITH NONLOCAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

in this article there is problem; I want to know which term indicate that my problem is nonlocal boundary and why??


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