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Global solution for the $3D$ quadratic Schrödinger equation of $Q(u, \bar{u}$) type

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  • We study a class of $3D$ quadratic Schrödinger equations as follows, $(\partial_t -i Δ) u = Q(u, \bar{u})$. Different from nonlinearities of the $uu$ type and the $\bar{u}\bar{u}$ type, which have been studied by Germain-Masmoudi-Shatah in [2], the interaction of $u$ and $\bar{u}$ is very strong at the low frequency part, e.g., $1× 1 \to 0$ type interaction (the size of input frequency is "1" and the size of output frequency is "0"). It creates a growth mode for the Fourier transform of the profile of solution around a small neighborhood of zero. This growth mode will again cause the growth of profile in the medium frequency part due to the $1× 0\to 1$ type interaction. The issue of strong $1× 1\to 0$ type interaction makes the global existence problem very delicate.

    In this paper, we show that, as long as there are "$ε$" derivatives inside the quadratic term $Q (u, \bar{u})$, there exists a global solution for small initial data. As a byproduct, we also give a simple proof for the almost global existence of the small data solution of $(\partial_t -i Δ)u = |u|^2 = u\bar{u}$, which was first proved by Ginibre-Hayashi [3]. Instead of using vector fields, we consider this problem purely in Fourier space.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35Q55; Secondary: 35Q35.


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