A priori bounds of the solution of a one point IBVP for a singular fractional evolution equation

Said Mesloub, Hassan Eltayeb Gadain
2020 Advances in Difference Equations  
A priori bounds constitute a crucial and powerful tool in the investigation of initial boundary value problems for linear and nonlinear fractional and integer order differential equations in bounded domains. We present herein a collection of a priori estimates of the solution for an initial boundary value problem for a singular fractional evolution equation (generalized time-fractional wave equation) with mass absorption. The Riemann–Liouville derivative is employed. Results of uniqueness and
more » ... of uniqueness and dependence of the solution upon the data were obtained in two cases, the damped and the undamped case. The uniqueness and continuous dependence (stability of solution) of the solution follows from the obtained a priori estimates in fractional Sobolev spaces. These spaces give what are called weak solutions to our partial differential equations (they are based on the notion of the weak derivatives). The method of energy inequalities is used to obtain different a priori estimates.
doi:10.1186/s13662-020-03049-2 fatcat:f4di6gwv3zfl5puhhebzzbyogm