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Conversely a solution to (1) may not have a finite Dirichlet integral. For discussions of regularity the reader is referred to Refs. 1-3. We will not dwell on such technical points here but rather develop an overview regarding the variational formulation and approximate solution of certain linear and nonlinear partial differential equations of physical interest. As is well known,” any positive definite symmetric operator can be embedded in a classical variational form as was done above. For non-selfadjoint and most nonlinear problems, such classical variational principles do not exist.
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