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N + 1. 4(m + 2) Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank both Cathleen Morawetz for numerous stimulating discussions and the Courant Institute for its hospitality during the period in which this work was begun. 42 References  S. Agmon, L. Nirenberg, and M. H. Protter, A maximum principle for a class of hyperbolic equations and applications to equations of mixed elliptic-hyperbolic type, Comm. Pure Appl. Math. 6 (1953), 455-470.  J. Barros-Neto and I. M. Gelfand, Fundamental solutions for the Tricomi operator, Duke Math.
In fact, one can show that most higher order derivatives vanish (such as ηxi xk , ξxi k y with i = k and ξxi j xk with i = j = k = i in the case N ≥ 3) and that ηx1 x1 = . . ηxN xN , which is then used to show that ξ i , η are quadratic polynomials in x with y dependent coefficients. 14). In short, the argument is similar to that used in the classical computation for the (constant coefficient) wave operator and the principal difficulty here is to allow for the y dependence everywhere. 15) where α0 is a new constant.
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A bibliography of recreational mathematics (5 vols.) by Schaaf W.L.