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Now multiplying the earlier equation by u 0 and integrating over , ˙ 0 = λ(0) ˙ = λ(0) + ˙ = λ(0) + u 20 + ∂ ∂ ( + c + λ0 )(u˙ − V · ∇u 0 ) ∂ + β (u˙ − V · ∇u 0 ) ∂N ∂β σ u 20 λ0 + c + β 2 − β H − ∂N u0 + ∂ u 0 div∂ (σ ∇∂ u 0 ). Chapter 3. Examples Using the Implicit Function Theorem 43 The last integral is − ∂ σ |∇∂ u 0 |2 , which gives the result claimed. 1 – to see the result also holds if ∂ is C 2 , c is C 1 and β is C 2 . Now suppose n = 2 and β, c are constant – we may suppose c = 0. We will compute the second derivative at t = 0 of a simple eigenvalue λ(t) of the Robin problem in the ellipse (t) with semi-axes et , e−t .

Define the (real) analytic map F : (u, λ, h) → h ∗ ( + λ)h ∗−1 u : H 2 ∩ H01 ( ) × R × Diff2 ( ) → L 2 ( ). ) Let P = m 1 φ j ⊗ φ j be the orthogonal projection onto span {φ1 , . . , φm } m Pψ = φj 1 46 φ j ψ. Chapter 4. Bifurcation Problems 47 We seek λ (near λ0 ) and u = 0 such that F(u, λ, h) = 0 or equivalently u = v + w = 0, v = Pu, w = (I − P)u ∈ N (P), such that P F(v + w, λ, h) = 0 and (I − P)F(v + w, λ, h) = 0. The second equation may be written 0=( + λ)w + (I − P)(h ∗ h ∗−1 − )(v + w) ∈ N (P).

Suppose β, C : Rn → R are C 2 functions and ⊂ Rn is a bounded C 2 region. Assume λ0 is a simple eigenvalue of the above (Robin) problem in , with eigenfunction u 0 , u 20 = 1. We show for every h : → Rn C 2 close to i , the corresponding problem in h( ) has a unique eigenvalue λh near λ0 , λh is a simple eigenvalue, h → λh is differentiable and the derivative at h = i is h˙ → ∂ h˙ · N |∇∂ u 0 |2 − λ0 + c + β 2 − Hβ − 2 where H = div N is the mean curvature of ∂ component of the gradient of u 0 .

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