Dispersive estimates for rational symbols and local well-posedness of the nonzero energy NV equation. II
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We continue our study on the Cauchy problem for the two-dimensional Novikov-Veselov (NV) equation, integrable via the inverse scattering transform for the two dimensional Schrodinger operator at a fixed energy parameter. This work is concerned with the more involved case of a positive energy parameter. For the solution of the linearized equation we derive smoothing and Strichartz estimates by combining new estimates for two different frequency regimes, extending our previous results for the negative energy case . The low frequency regime, which our previous result was not able to treat, is studied in detail. At non-low frequencies we also derive improved smoothing estimates with gain of almost one derivative. Then we combine the linear estimates with a Fourier decomposition method and X-s,X- b spaces to obtain local well-posedness of NV at positive energy in H-s, s > 1/2. Our result implies, in particular, that at leastfor s > 12, NV does not change its behavior from semilinear to quasilinear as energy changes sign, in contrast to the closely related Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equations. As a complement to our LWP results, we also provide some new explicit solutions of NV at zero energy, generalizations of the lumps solutions, which exhibit new and nonstandard long time behavior. In particular, these solutions blow up in infinite time in L-2. (C) 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Quote ItemJournal of Differential Equations Volumen: 264 Número: 7 Páginas: 4822-4888
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