Matthew A. Fury
We prove regularization for the ill-posed, semilinear evolution problem , , with initial condition in a Hilbert space where D is a positive, self-adjoint operator in the space. As in recent literature focusing on linear equations, regularization is established by approximating a solution u(t) of the problem by the solution of an approximate well-posed problem. The approximate problem will be defined by one specific approximation of the operator A(t,D) which extends a recently introduced, modified quasi-reversibility method by Boussetila and Rebbani. Finally, we demonstrate our theory with applications to a wide class of nonlinear partial differential equations in spaces including the nonlinear backward heat equation with a time-dependent diffusion coefficient.
Published October 31, 2013.
Math Subject Classifications: 46C05, 47D06.
Key Words: Regularization for ill-posed problems; semilinear evolution equation; backward heat equation.
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