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2 , 0~1~1, '0~ 'b vr. r. 90) the viscosity,~the heat conduct1v1ty, S the density, c the heat capacity and c 1, c 2 other constants of rheology. All material functions and constants are assumed to be known. trl$ 1, is approximated as best as possible. 3) with Jt: ~SB 1 :-c[0,1J representing a nonlinear operator that transformes the boundary control x(l) into the final profile u(r,1). 90), where the parabolic equation (2,87) substantially influences the character of the system. ;(l) 1s a convex continuous tunction and r(l) a concave continuous function over [0,11.

Woreover, the weighted 1 2-norms of higher derivatives x" (t), x'•(t) and so on (in the elassieal sense or in the generalized sense of Sobolev spaees) may be added to the above formulae. The max1mum oeeurring order of derivatives in the smoothing tunetionals and the weights p0 ,p 1 , ••• have tobe ehosen subjeetively with respeet to tbe expeeted smoothness of tbe solution ( ef. CULLUJI [79 ]) • Besides, tbe evaluation tunetionals ean also result from other sub3eet1ve 1nformat1on. Tbey may involve relations between the values of tbe tunetion ~ for different arguments.

45) by means of a scanner that measures the attenuation of I-rays along a line lying in this slice. ln the sequel, assume the density to be concebtrated in the unit circle G:= { tER2 : ltll~ 1J • lJe denote by l! the boundary of G. J A. o • b(s,w ), s,R,"'•(cos'f,sin\f)TEiR2, 0 fC 'f 4 2'1". 46) Consider this linear identification problem in the Hilbert space• B1 :• ~(G) and B2 :• ~(Z), where Z:• Rxl: S: is the unit cylinder surface generated by 2:. :> ), eER, (o)&Z:), let a' <_! t. 47) be the norm ot B2 • In Eq.

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