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By H. T. Banks, F. Kappel, C. Wang (auth.), W. Desch, F. Kappel, K. Kunisch (eds.)

22 papers on keep an eye on of nonlinear partial differential equations spotlight the world from a vast number of viewpoints. They contain theoretical issues resembling optimality stipulations, rest, or stabilizability theorems, in addition to the advance and assessment of recent algorithms. an important a part of the quantity is dedicated to functions in engineering, continuum mechanics and inhabitants biology.

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Suppose that there exist u E U (not necessarily in Uad ) and p > () such that f) = T(u) E K and u + pv E Uad for any v EX, Ivlx = 1. 11). 12), we infer k k (Pc Then - p + qc)(u - Eqo - uo) dxdt qc v dx dt ? - k + k (Nu c - qc)(u N UE(fj, + pv - u E) dx dt + + pv - u o) dxdt? o. k PE (u - EqE - us) dx dt for any v E X, Ivlx = 1, that is {qE} is bounded in X*. If X equals P (Q), then we get that {qE} is bounded in p' (Q) even in the case where K has void interior in LOO(Q). The argument may proceed as in the previous examples.

We give optimality conditions with a Lagrange multiplier which may be a function or a measure and which appears in a symmetric form with respect to the two constraints. As an application we present an augmented Lagrangian algorithm for the solution of (P), and two numerical examples are included. The approach of this paper is based on the penalization of the state system rather than of the constraints. An essential role is played by new estimates of the approximate Lagrange multiplier which can be mainly compared with the earlier works [1], [2], [3] of the first author.

E. 17ii). As a consequence, the pair [y", ul is admissible for the problem (PE ). 4. The sequence {qE} is bounded in L1(Q) and qE Loo(Q)* = M(Q) on a generalized subsequence. 3 by using the above admissible pairs. However, due to the weak convergence and regularity properties, the passage to the limit in the approximate optimality conditions is no more a direct one. YE = EqE +'n" + f. Y - Eq" - 'n" - f) dx dt + 10 (N 'n" - q,,) (u -u,,) dx dt ;::: o. y - f) dxdt - 10 p"(Eq,, + 'n E) dxdt + kNu,,(u-uE)dxdt- kqEu;:::o \:jUEUad) \:jyEK.

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