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3 Adjoint Operators Let {X, X ∗ } (resp. {Y, Y ∗ }) be an adjoint pair of Banach spaces with duality product ·, · X×X∗ (resp. ·, · Y ×Y ∗ ). Let A be a densely defined linear operator from a subspace D(A) ⊂ X into Y . Then, a linear operator A∗ with domain D(A∗ ) ⊂ Y ∗ into X ∗ is determined as follows. A vector Ψ ∈ Y ∗ is in D(A∗ ) if and only if there exists a vector Φ ∈ X ∗ such that AU, V Y ×Y ∗ = U, Φ X×X∗ for all U ∈ D(A). Since D(A) is dense in X, such a Φ is uniquely determined. For Ψ ∈ D(A∗ ), we define A∗ Ψ = Φ.

0 The assumption on p then yields that t v(t) ≤ eβ e−(δ+ξ −α)t v(0) + eβ e−(δ+ξ −α)(t−s) [ξ v(s) + g(s)] ds. 0 We here fix the ξ such as ξ = α. 61) that t e−δ(t−s) αv(s) ds ≤ αγ −1 [u(0) + α γ −1 + α δ −1 + 2β ]. 61), t e−δ(t−s) g(s) ds ≤ α δ −1 + β . 0 Hence, the desired estimate has been shown. 11 Sobolev–Lebesgue Spaces An open and connected subset Ω of Rn is called a domain in Rn . Throughout the book, unless otherwise notified, the functions in Ω are always complex valued. 11 Sobolev–Lebesgue Spaces 39 Let Ω be a domain in Rn .

92] or [DL88, Theorem 7, p. 368]. 34)). Then, for any Ψ ∈ Z , there exists a unique element V ∈ Z such that Ψ (U ) = a(U, V ) for U ∈ Z. Using this theorem, we can show that A is an isomorphism from Z onto Z ∗ . 34), and let A be a linear operator associated with a(U, V ). Then, A is an isomorphism from Z onto Z ∗ with δ U ≤ AU ∗ ≤ M U as well and is a densely defined, closed linear operator in Z ∗ . Proof It is already known that A ∈ L(Z, Z ∗ ) with A L(Z,Z ∗ ) ≤ M. 34), AU ∗ ≥ δ U for all U ∈ Z; this in particular shows that A is one-to-one.

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