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By De Lillo S., Lupo G., Sanchini G.

A Cauchy challenge at the semiline for a nonlinear diffusion equation is taken into account, with a boundary such as a prescribed thermal conductivity on the starting place. the matter is mapped right into a relocating boundary challenge for the linear warmth equation with a Robin-type boundary situation. the sort of challenge is then decreased to a linear critical Volterra equation of II kind which admits a special answer.

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