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Author Berhanu, Shiferaw.
Title An introduction to involutive structures / Shiferaw Berhanu, Paulo D. Cordaro, Jorge Hounie.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Author Berhanu, Shiferaw.
Series New mathematical monographs ; 6
New mathematical monographs ; 6.
Subject Vector fields.
Differential equations, Partial.
Approximation theory.
Alt Name Cordaro, Paulo D.
Hounie, Jorge.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 392 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 381-389) and index.
Contents Locally integrable structures -- The Baouendi-Treves approximation formula -- Sussmann's orbits and unique continuation -- Local solvability of vector fields -- The FBI transform and some applications -- Some boundary properties of solutions -- The differential complex associated with a formally integrable structure -- Local solvability in locally integrable structures -- Hardy space lemmas.
Summary Detailing the main methods in the theory of involutive systems of complex vector fields, this book examines the major results from the last 25 years in the subject. Many basic problems such as regularity, unique continuation and boundary behaviour of the solutions are explored.
ISBN 9780511388149 (electronic bk.)
0511388144 (electronic bk.)
9780521878579 (hbk.)
0521878578 (hbk.)
9780511384295 (ebook ; ebrary)
0511384297 (ebook ; ebrary)
0511543069 (electronic book)
9780511543067 (electronic book)
ISBN/ISSN 9786611254803
OCLC # 666915346
Additional Format Print version: Berhanu, Shiferaw. Introduction to involutive structures. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008 9780521878579 (DLC) 2008274291 (OCoLC)166357721

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