The partial differential equation that can be written in complex form as follows:
where , and that can be reduced to the elliptic system
in the real independent variables and . The homogeneous Dirichlet problem in a disc : , where the radius is as small as one pleases, for the Bitsadze equation has an infinite number of linearly independent solutions . The Dirichlet problem for the inhomogeneous equation in the disc is normally solvable according to Hausdorff, since it is neither a Fredholm problem nor Noetherian; in a bounded domain containing a segment of the straight line , this problem is not even a Hausdorff problem, even though the homogeneous problem has only one zero solution .
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|||C. Miranda, "Partial differential equations of elliptic type" , Springer (1970) (Translated from Italian)|
|||L. Bers, F. John, M. Schechter, "Partial differential equations" , Interscience (1964)|
Bitsadze equation. A.M. Nakhushev (originator), Encyclopedia of Mathematics. URL: http://www.encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Bitsadze_equation&oldid=17152