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5. 1) S ^i-1***-"2p ^i"1-*-^"2p ^ % - - i oi r . --,i2p-1 21 PARABOLIC EQUATIONS 181 does not vanish (say it is positive) for any choice of the variables ^ except ^^ = •••^n ^ ^' ^^^ ^^^ domain D^ of this operator we take all 2p times differentiable functions which vanish outside of a given bounded domain G. Denote by (u,v)^ and II ^ || Q ^^^ ^2 s^^Q-l^-^ product and norm of the function u over G and by || u jL the sum of the L^ norms of u and its first k derivatives. We define H as the closure of the space of continuous square Integrable functions u over G under the norm II ^ II o^ ^o ^^ ^ dense subspace of H^.

Uniformly with respect to 6 , not the order of the derivative) if y is restricted to some closed subset of N. So the limit of the right side as 6 — > 0 as function of y, y in N, is an infinitely differentiable function. The limit of the left side, regarded as element of H , is by property c) of K equal to xjfuit). , ( N being arbitrary) in all of G. The methods of section 5 can be used to derive analogous results in case u is a vector of functions and L is a strongly elliptic matrix differential operator.

The fundamental solution in this case can be written down explicitly; denoting by — L (^} the foi^n ^ Yosida, in , uses such a method to prove the differentiability of generalized solutions of the diffusion equation, even in the case of variable coefficients. 28 188 LAX AND MILGRAM 2p =z L*U) V=0 we have K(x,t) = I exp l 2 7rl| • x - tL*(2 7ri|) I d^ The integral defining K(x,t) converges absolutely and uniformly for T ^ t^ > 0. Various properties of K(x,t) were investigated by Ladyzhenskaya,  and P.