Existence and continuous dependence of solution of the Boussinesq wave equation in periodic Sobolev spaces
Keywords:Family of strongly continuous operators, Boussinesq equation, Fourier Theory, Periodic Sobolev spaces
We will begin our study, focusing on the theory of periodic Sobolev spaces, for this we cite . Then, we will prove that the non-homogeneous Boussinesq equation has a local solution and that the solution also continually depends on the initial data and non-homogeneity, we do this intuitively using Fourier theory and in an elegant version introducing families of strongly continuous operators, inspired by the work of Iorio , Santiago and Rojas ,  and .
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