The existence of weak solutions for a generalized Camassa-Holm equation
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A Camassa-Holm type equation containing nonlinear dissipative effect is investigated. A sufficient condition which guarantees the existence of weak solutions of the equation in lower order Sobolev space H(s) with 1 <= s <= 3/2 is established by using the techniques of the pseudoparabolic regularization and some prior estimates derived from the equation itself.
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