By Lamberto Cattabriga, Luigi Rodino, J.M. Bony, G. Grubb, L. Hörmander, H. Komatsu, J. Sjöstrand
CONTENTS: J.M. Bony: examine microlocale des equations aux derivees partielles non lineaires.- G.G. Grubb: Parabolic pseudo-differential boundary difficulties and applications.- L. H|rmander: Quadratic hyperbolic operators.- H. Komatsu: Microlocal research in Gevrey periods and in advanced domains.- J. Sj|strand: Microlocal research for the periodic magnetic Schr|dinger equation and comparable questions.
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