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comment Regularity of PDE with respect to coefficients?
@HomegrownTomato do you know if it is a problem if the boundary condition also depends on sigma. (and the notes looks dense! I think it will serve as a good starting point to find something which assumes less)
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comment Regularity of PDE with respect to coefficients?
@Ian do you have anything to suggest which may help me to answer prove what i said is true in the example i gave?
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comment Regularity of PDE with respect to coefficients?
In the cases I am interested in, there should be no qualitative change.
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comment Regularity of PDE with respect to coefficients?
@Ian care to elaborate a little please?
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asked Regularity of PDE with respect to coefficients?
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comment $x^TAx=0$ for all $x$ when $A$ is a skew symmetric matrix
@Mollart yes, or, just think about it this way: how can a = -a?
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