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We consider the relationship between Hele-Shaw evolution with drift, the porous medium equation with superharmonic drift, and a congested crowd motion model originally proposed by MRS- MRSV. We first use viscosity solutions to show that the porous medium equation solutions converge to the Hele- Shaw solution as the exponent tends to infinity. Next, using of the gradient flow structure of both the porous medium equation and the crowd motion model, we prove that the porous medium equation solutions also converge to the congested crowd motion. Combining these results lets us deduce that in the case where the initial data to the crowd motion model is given by a patch, or characteristic function, the solution evolves as a patch that is the unique solution to the Hele-Shaw problem. While proving our main results we also obtain a comparison principle for solutions to the minimizing movement scheme based on the Wasserstein metric, of independent interest.



Author: Damon Alexander; Inwon Kim; Yao Yao

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