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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

Authors

Neşe DERNEK

DOI

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Abstract

In this paper, a solution is given for the following initial boundary value problem: \Delta=u_{tt}+k/t+u_t+g(x, t) (t>0) u(0, t)=u(a, t)=0 u(x, 0)=f(x), u_t(x, 0)=0 where x, a \epsilon R^n, t is the time variable, k < 1, k ? -1, -2, -3, . . . is a real parameter, \Delta is the n dimensional Laplace operator, f and g real analytic functions. The equation in this problem is known as the nonhomogeneous Euler-Poisson-Darboux (E.P.D.) Equation. The solution is obtained using finite integral transformation technique and is the sum of two uniformly and absolutely convergent power series.

First Page

317

Last Page

324

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