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Optimal stability estimates and a new uniqueness result for advection-diffusion equations

@inproceedings{NavarroFernandez2021OptimalSE,
  title={Optimal stability estimates and a new uniqueness result for advection-diffusion equations},
  author={V'ictor Navarro-Fern'andez and Andr{\'e} Schlichting and Christian Seis},
  year={2021}
}
This paper contains two main contributions. First, it provides optimal stability estimates for advection-diffusion equations in a setting in which the velocity field is Sobolev regular in the spatial variable. This estimate is formulated with the help of Kantorovich–Rubinstein distances with logarithmic cost functions. Second, the stability estimates are extended to the advection-diffusion equations with velocity fields whose gradients are singular integrals of L functions entailing a new well… 
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