Linear evolution equations, such as the heat equation, are commonly studied on finite spatial domains via initial-boundary value problems. In place of the boundary conditions, we consider “multipoint conditions”, where one specifies some linear combination of the solution and its derivative evaluated at internal points of the spatial domain, and “nonlocal” specification of the integral over space of the solution against some continuous weight.

# Applied Math Talk: Nonlocal problems for linear evolution equations (Prof. Smith David Andrew, Yale-NUS College, Singapore)

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