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Here we shall simply mention one of the problems which the theory addresses: functions g(u) : Rn + characterize the nonlinear which are continuous in the weak topology R when restricted to sequences of functions un(y) : Rm -+ Rn which satisfy linear constant coefficient partial differential constraints. As an example we mention a result from electrostatics which historically motivated the general theory. Consider vector fields z n *' R3 converging weakly in + and R3 wn: R3 -f R3 L2 2 n +z; w n + w .

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Roy. S o c . , 8237, 37-72 (1952). This Page Intentionally Left Blank Lecture Notes in Num. Appl. , 5 , 37-54( 1982) Noti/itieLir PDE in Applied Science. -Japrin Seminor, Tokyo, 1982 The Navier-Stokes l n i t i a l Value Problem i n Lp and R e l a t e d Problems Yoshikazu Giga '' Department o f Mathematics Faculty of Science Nagoya University Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku Nagoya 464 JAPAN We discuss the existence of a strong solution of the nonstationary Navier-Stokes system in Lp spaces. Our results generalize Lz results of Kato and Fujita.