Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory
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M. Carioni

Long time behaviour for the reinitialization of the distance function

created by carioni on 21 Dec 2017



Inserted: 21 dec 2017
Last Updated: 21 dec 2017

Year: 2017


In this article we study the long-time behaviour of a class of non-coercive Hamilton-Jacobi equations, that includes, as a notable example, the so called reinitialization of the distance function. In particular we prove that its viscosity solution converges uniformly as $t\rightarrow +\infty$ to the signed distance function from the zero level set of the initial data.


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