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Lectures on Periodic Homogenization of Elliptic Systems

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Lectures on Periodic Homogenization of Elliptic Systems
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 246

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In recent years considerable advances have been made in quantitative homogenization of partial differential equations in the periodic and non-periodic settings. This monograph surveys the theory of quantitative homogenization for second-order linear elliptic systems in divergence form with rapidly oscillating periodic coefficients...

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