Viscous quantum hydrodynamics and parameter-elliptic systems

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CHEN, Li, Michael DREHER, 2011. Viscous quantum hydrodynamics and parameter-elliptic systems. In: Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences. 34(5), pp. 520-531. ISSN 0170-4214

@article{Chen2011Visco-19145, title={Viscous quantum hydrodynamics and parameter-elliptic systems}, year={2011}, doi={10.1002/mma.1377}, number={5}, volume={34}, issn={0170-4214}, journal={Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences}, pages={520--531}, author={Chen, Li and Dreher, Michael} }

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