By Lorenzi, Luca

ISBN-10: 1315355620

ISBN-13: 9781315355627

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Hence, the classical theory of evolution semigroups in Lp -spaces such as the one developed in [56] can not be applied. Moreover, still the non-autonomous Ornstein-Uhlenbeck operator reveals that evolution systems of measures are infinitely many in general. e. for any ε > 0 there exists R > 0 such that µt (BR ) ≥ 1 − ε for any t ≥ t0 . g. 11), the eventually tight evolution system of measures is unique. We concentrate on this particular evolution system of measure since it is related to the asymptotic behaviour of the function G(t, s)f as t tends to +∞.

20) where Wt is a standard N -dimensional Brownian motion and µ (resp. σ) are smooth RN (resp. RN ×N -) valued coefficients. 2). In the second part of this book, we consider non-autonomous elliptic operators and, to be consistent with the first part of the book, forward Cauchy problems. Hence, we assume that the coefficients of the operator A are defined in I × RN , where I is a right-halfline (possibly I = R), even if some results hold true also when I is a bounded interval. We are concerned with the following topics.

Moreover, if f ∈ Cb (RN ) then G(t, s)f − ms (f ) converges to 0 locally uniformly in RN as t tends to +∞. 25) for some negative constant ℓp , the decay rate of ||G(t, s)f − ms (f )||Lp (RN ,µt ) to zero, as t tends to +∞, is of exponential type. 25) holds true with p = 1 and some negative constant ℓ1 , the long-term behaviour of the functions ||G(t, s)f − ms (f )||Lp (RN ,µt ) and ||∇x G(t, s)f ||Lp (RN ,µt ) as t tends to +∞ can be compared. More precisely, the sets Cp = ω ∈ R : ||G(t, s)f − ms (f )||Lp (RN ,µt ) ≤ Mp,ω eω(t−s) ||f ||Lp (RN ,µs ) for any I ∋ s < t, any f ∈ Lp (RN , µs ) and some Mp,ω > 0 , Dp = ω ∈ R : ||∇x G(t, s)f ||Lp (RN ,µt ) ≤ Np,ω eω(t−s) ||f ||Lp (RN ,µs ) for any s, t ∈ I, t − s ≥ 1, any f ∈ Lp (RN , µs ) and some Np,ω > 0 coincide for any p ∈ (1, +∞) and are independent of p.

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