**Pseudodifferential Operators and Nonlinear PDE**

by Michael E. Taylor

**Publisher**: BirkhĂ¤user Boston 1991**ISBN/ASIN**: 0817635955**ISBN-13**: 9780817635954**Number of pages**: 202

**Description**:

Since the 1980s, the theory of pseudodifferential operators has yielded many significant results in nonlinear PDE. This monograph is devoted to a summary and reconsideration of some uses of this important tool in nonlinear PDE.

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