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1. CMB 2016 (vol 59 pp. 553)

Kachmar, Ayman
A New Formula for the Energy of Bulk Superconductivity
The energy of a type II superconductor submitted to an external magnetic field of intensity close to the second critical field is given by the celebrated Abrikosov energy. If the external magnetic field is comparable to and below the second critical field, the energy is given by a reference function obtained as a special (thermodynamic) limit of a non-linear energy. In this note, we give a new formula for this reference energy. In particular, we obtain it as a special limit of a linear energy defined over configurations normalized in the $L^4$-norm.

Keywords:Ginzburg-Landau functional
Categories:35B40, 35P15, 35Q56

2. CMB 2011 (vol 55 pp. 537)

Kang, Dongsheng
Asymptotic Properties of Solutions to Semilinear Equations Involving Multiple Critical Exponents
In this paper, we investigate a semilinear elliptic equation that involves multiple Hardy-type terms and critical Hardy-Sobolev exponents. By the Moser iteration method and analytic techniques, the asymptotic properties of its nontrivial solutions at the singular points are investigated.

Keywords:elliptic problem, solution, Hardy-Sobolev inequality, singularity, Moser iteration
Categories:35B33, 35B40, 35J60

3. CMB 2009 (vol 53 pp. 295)

Guo, Boling; Huo, Zhaohui
The Global Attractor of a Damped, Forced Hirota Equation in $H^1$
The existence of the global attractor of a damped forced Hirota equation in the phase space $H^1(\mathbb R)$ is proved. The main idea is to establish the so-called asymptotic compactness property of the solution operator by energy equation approach.

Keywords:global attractor, Fourier restriction norm, damping system, asymptotic compactness
Categories:35Q53, 35B40, 35B41, 37L30

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