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Higher Order Asymptotics of Decaying Solutions of some Generalized Burgers Equations

  title={Higher Order Asymptotics of Decaying Solutions of some Generalized Burgers Equations},
  author={Gast{\~a}o A. Braga and Frederico Furtado and Jussara M. Moreira and Antonio Marcos da Silva},
We study the large-time behavior of solutions to a generalized Burgers Equation, with initial zero mass data. Our main purpose is to present a modified version of the Renormalization Group map, which is able to provide the higher order asymptotic properties of the solution to the Cauchy problem of a class of nonlinear time-evolution problems. 



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