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By Messoud Efendiev

This booklet bargains with the long-time habit of recommendations of degenerate parabolic dissipative equations bobbing up within the learn of organic, ecological, and actual difficulties. Examples comprise porous media equations, -Laplacian and doubly nonlinear equations, in addition to degenerate diffusion equations with chemotaxis and ODE-PDE coupling platforms. For the 1st time, the long-time dynamics of assorted periods of degenerate parabolic equations, either semilinear and quasilinear, are systematically studied by way of their worldwide and exponential attractors. The long-time habit of many dissipative platforms generated by way of evolution equations of mathematical physics could be defined by way of international attractors. when it comes to dissipative PDEs in bounded domain names, this attractor frequently has finite Hausdorff and fractal size. therefore, if the worldwide attractor exists, its defining estate promises that the dynamical procedure diminished to the attractor includes the entire nontrivial dynamics of the unique procedure. in addition, the lowered section area is de facto "thinner" than the preliminary section house. despite the fact that, not like nondegenerate parabolic variety equations, for a fairly huge type of degenerate parabolic style equations, their international attractors could have endless fractal measurement. the most target of the current booklet is to provide a close and systematic examine of the well-posedness and the dynamics of the semigroup linked to special degenerate parabolic equations when it comes to their international and exponential attractors. basic issues comprise life of attractors, convergence of the dynamics and the speed of convergence, in addition to the decision of the fractal size and the Kolmogorov entropy of corresponding attractors. The research and ends up in this booklet convey that there are new results relating to the attractor of such degenerate equations that can not be saw in terms of nondegenerate equations in bounded domain names. This booklet is released in cooperation with actual Sociedad Matemática Española (RSME)

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47) νU, ν∈[0,δ] where U consists of the centers of the model covering of the unit ball of H1 by 1/(2K)-balls in the space H1 . 3 remains valid if we replace the neighborhood Oδ (B) by Oδ (B). In particular, if B is a bounded set in a stronger space H2 ⊂ H1 and the centers U can be taken in H2 , then the δ-neighborhood of B can also be chosen in the metric of H2 . Moreover, the corresponding exponential attractors MS will belong to H2 . 5. 17). 3. 48) Hε (MS , H1 ) ≤ C1 log2 + C2 , ε → 0, ε where the constants C1 and C2 are independent of the concrete choice of S.

3. 2 to nonautonomous dynamical systems. We first recall that, in the nonautonomous case, we should consider, instead of semigroups, the so-called dynamical processes. By definition, a 38 3. 52) U (l, k) ◦ U (k, m) = U (l, m), U (m, m) = Id, l, k, m ∈ Z, l ≥ k ≥ m. We set U (n) := U (n + 1, n). 53). Thus, one can identify the dynamical process U with the one-parametric family {U (n)}n∈Z . We also recall that the case where the maps U (n) are independent of n, U (n) ≡ S, n ∈ Z, corresponds to the autonomous case considered in the previous section.

Are also used in attractor theory. Here the so-called Ma˜ n´e theorem (which can be considered as a generalization of the classical Whitney embedding theorem for fractal sets) plays an important role in finite-dimensional reduction theory [93]. 2. Let Φ be a Banach space and let A be a compact set such that df (A) < N for some N ∈ N. Then, for “almost all” (2N + 1)-dimensional planes older L in Φ, the corresponding projector ΠL : Φ → L restricted to the set A is a H¨ continuous homeomorphism. Thus, if the finite fractal dimensionality of the attractor is established, then, fixing a hyperplane L satisfying the assumptions of the Ma˜ n´e theorem and projecting the attractor A and the DS S(t) restricted to A onto this hyperplane (A¯ := ΠL A ¯ ¯ ¯ and S(t) := ΠL ◦ S(t) ◦ Π−1 L ), we indeed obtain a reduced DS (S(t), A) which is 2N +1 ¯ defined on a finite-dimensional set A ⊂ L ∼ R .

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