Hartree equation

Hartree equation

[′här·trē i‚kwā·zhən]
(electronics)
An equation which gives the lowest anode voltage at which it is theoretically possible to maintain oscillation in the different modes of a magnetron.
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Among their topics are blowup rate for mass critical rotational nonlinear Schroder equations, the almost global existence of a classical solution for a three-dimensional wave equation of nematic liquid-crystals, the uniqueness of standing-waves for a non-linear Schrodinger equation with three pure-power combinations in dimension one, a regularity upgrade of pressure, and orbital stability of standing waves for fractional Hartree equations with unbounded potentials.