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- Advances in phase space analysis of partial differential equations : in honor of Ferruccio Colombini's 60th birthday
- An introduction to Navier-Stokes equation and oceanography
- Analysis and numerics for conservation laws
- Analysis and numerics of partial differential equations
- Beyond partial differential equations : on linear and quasi-linear abstract hyperbolic evolution equations
- Control and optimization with PDE constraints
- Domain decomposition methods for the numerical solution of partial differential equations
- Domain decomposition methods in science and engineering XIX
- Elliptic and parabolic problems : a special tribute to the work of Haim Brezis
- Equazioni a derivate parziali : Metodi, modelli e applicazioni
- Evolution equations of hyperbolic and schrodinger type : asymptotics, estimates and nonlinearities
- Fourier analysis and nonlinear partial differential equations
- Free boundary problems and asymptotic behavior of singularly perturbed partial differential equations
- Free energy and self-interacting particles
- From Fourier analysis and number theory to radon transforms and geometry : in memory of Leon Ehrenpreis
- Galerkin finite element methods for parabolic problems
- Hierarchical matrices : a means to efficiently solve elliptic boundary value problems
- High order difference methods for time dependent PDE
- Hyperbolic problems : theory, numerics, applications : proceedings of the XIth International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems held in Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon, July 17-21, 2006
- Hyperbolic problems and regularity questions
- Lois de Conservations Eulériennes, Lagrangiennes et Méthodes Numériques
- Meshfree methods for partial differential equations II
- Meshfree methods for partial differential equations IV
- New trends in the theory of hyperbolic equations : advances in partial differential equations
- Nonlinear conservation laws and applications
- Nonlinear elliptic and parabolic problems : a special tribute to the work of Herbert Amann
- Nonlinear parabolic-hyperbolic coupled systems and their attractors
- Nonsmooth variational problems and their inequalities : comparison principles and applications
- Numerical methods for two-phase incompressible flows
- Numerical solution of partial differential equations on parallel computers
- Optimal control of coupled systems of partial differential equations
- Optimization with PDE Constraints
- Partial differential equations and functional analysis : the Philippe Clément festschrift
- Partial differential equations and spectral theory
- Partial differential equations, III, Nonlinear equations
- Phase space analysis of partial differential equations
- Progress in partial differential equations : asymptotic profiles, regularity and well-posedness
- Regularity of optimal transport maps and applications
- Singular limits in thermodynamics of viscous fluids
- Surface evolution equations : a level set approach
- The analysis of linear partial differential operators, II, Differential operators with constant coefficients
- The maximum principle
- Transmission problems for elliptic second-order equations in non-smooth domains
- Trends in partial differential equations of mathematical physics
- Variational and potential methods for a class of linear hyperbolic evolutionary processes

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