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30) the equations . 33) Obviously, a solution will only exist, if for each n with n D k 2 also ˇn D 0 holds. Similarly as with pure Neumann problems of the Poisson problem, the existence of a solution depends on the compatibility of the source term f , but additionally also on the value of the wave number k. Whenever an eigenvalue n D k 2 occurs, then the solution cannot be unique, as in the pure Neumann problem for the Poisson equation. 5 Helmholtz Equation 27 Condition. As earlier, the pointwise dependence of the solution on local perturbations is described by the Green’s function.
Even discontinuous perturbations ı ı-distributions ı would propagate along the characteristics. 3 Wave Equation Characteristic Initial Value Problem (Riemann Problem). 5 for an illustration). This, too, leads to a well-posed initial value problem. 7. 5). 5. Riemann problem for the wave equation: domain of dependence (c D 1). Initial Boundary Value Problem. 6. The solution on this stripe can be successively constructed, starting by the Cauchy problem with triangular domain of determination over the interval Œa; b via Riemann problems on the two neighboring triangular domains and so on, thus tiling the whole stripe.
Riemann problem for the wave equation: domain of dependence (c D 1). Initial Boundary Value Problem. 6. The solution on this stripe can be successively constructed, starting by the Cauchy problem with triangular domain of determination over the interval Œa; b via Riemann problems on the two neighboring triangular domains and so on, thus tiling the whole stripe. Here, however, we want to derive an alternate global representation, which seems to be more appropriate for this type of problem. 2), which is also deﬁned over some stripe.