We consider semilinear partial differential equations in R^n with the linear part being anisotropic Shubin type operator. form. Relevant examples are semilinear Schroedinger equations, where the potential is given by an elliptic polynomial. We propose techniques, based on anisotropic generalizations of the global ellipticity condition of M. Shubin and multiparameter Picard type schemes in spaces of entire functions, which lead to new results for entire extensions and asymptotic behaviour of the solutions. Namely, we study solutions (eigenfunctions and homoclinics) in the framework of the Gel′fand–Shilov spaces. Critical thresholds are identified for the indices μ and ν, corresponding to analytic regularity and asymptotic decay, respectively. In the one-dimensional case $−u′′ + V(x)u = F(u)$, our results for linear equations link up with those given by the classical asymptotic theory and by the theory of ODE in the complex domain, whereas for homoclinics, new phenomena concerning analytic extensions are described.
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