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A system of four globally coupled doubling maps is studied in this paper. It is known that such systems have a unique absolutely continuous invariant measure (acim) for weak interaction, but the case of stronger coupling is still unexplored. As in the case of three coupled sites [
In this paper, we are concerned with the existence of lower dimensional invariant tori in nearly integrable reversible systems. By KAM method, we prove that under some reasonable assumptions, there are many so-called degenerate lower dimensional invariant tori, that is one of normal frequencies is zero.
In this paper we study the long-time behavior of a nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard system with singular potential, degenerate mobility, and a reaction term. In particular, we prove the existence of a global attractor with finite fractal dimension, the existence of an exponential attractor, and convergence to equilibria for two physically relevant classes of reaction terms.
Using the variational structure of the second order periodic problems we find an optimal impulsive control which forces the conservative system into a periodic motion. In particular, our main results concern the system of charged planar pendulums with external disturbances and neglected friction. Such a system might serve as a model for coupled micromechanical array.
In this paper we consider the equation
Bohr-Sommerfeld type quantization conditions of semiclassical eigenvalues for the non-selfadjoint Zakharov-Shabat operator on the unit circle are derived using an exact WKB method. The conditions are given in terms of the action associated with the unit circle or the action associated with turning points following the absence or presence of real turning points.
We consider an initial-boundary value problem for a parabolic-parabolic-elliptic attraction-repulsion chemotaxis model
in a bounded domain
It is firstly proved that if the repulsion dominates in the sense that
Secondly, if the initial data is appropriately small or the repulsion is enough strong in the sense that
This paper deals with the prescribed mean curvature equations
both in the Euclidean case, with the sign "+", and in the Lorentz-Minkowski case, with the sign "-", for N ≥ 1 under the assumption g'(0)>0. We show the existence of oscillating solutions, namely with an unbounded sequence of zeros. Moreover these solutions are periodic, if N = 1, while they are radial symmetric and decay to zero at infinity with their derivatives, if N≥ 2.
The Cauchy problem for a fourth-order Boussinesq-type quasilinear wave equation (QWE-4) of the form
and bounded smooth initial data, is considered. Self-similar single-point gradient blow-up solutions are studied. It is shown that such singular solutions exist and satisfy the case of the so-called self-similarity of the second type.
Together with an essential and, often, key use of numerical methods to describe possible types of gradient blow-up, a "homotopy" approach is applied that traces out the behaviour of such singularity patterns as
with simple, better-known and understandable evolution properties.
In this paper we mainly classify the extremal functions of logarithmic Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequality on the upper half space
The continuity of joint and generalized spectral radius is proved for Hölder continuous cocycles over hyperbolic systems. We also prove the periodic approximation of Lyapunov exponents for non-invertible non-uniformly hyperbolic systems, and establish the Berger-Wang formula for general dynamical systems.
This paper concerns the finite-time blow-up and asymptotic behaviour of solutions to nonlinear Volterra integro-differential equations. Our main contribution is to determine sharp estimates on the growth rates of both explosive and nonexplosive solutions for a class of equations with nonsingular kernels under weak hypotheses on the nonlinearity. In this superlinear setting we must be content with estimates of the form
We prove a Hardy inequality on convex sets, for fractional Sobolev-Slobodeckiĭ spaces of order
We consider the higher differentiability of solutions to the problem of minimising
We show that, for
We study correlation estimates of automatic sequences (that is, sequences computable by finite automata) with polynomial phases. As a consequence, we provide a new class of good weights for classical and polynomial ergodic theorems. We show that automatic sequences are good weights in
We study Lipschitz, positively homogeneous and finite suprema preserving mappings defined on a max-cone of positive elements in a normed vector lattice. We prove that the lower spectral radius of such a mapping is always a minimum value of its approximate point spectrum. We apply this result to show that the spectral mapping theorem holds for the approximate point spectrum of such a mapping. By applying this spectral mapping theorem we obtain new inequalites for the Bonsall cone spectral radius of max-type kernel operators.
Micropolar equations, modeling micropolar fluid flows, consist of coupled equations obeyed by the evolution of the velocity
In this paper, we study the Cauchy problem of a higher-order μ-Camassa-Holm equation. We first establish the Green's function of
We consider an integrable non-Hamiltonian system, which belongs to the quadratic Kukles differential systems. It has a center surrounded by a bounded period annulus. We study polynomial perturbations of such a Kukles system inside the Kukles family. We apply averaging theory to study the limit cycles that bifurcate from the period annulus and from the center of the unperturbed system. First, we show that the periodic orbits of the period annulus can be parametrized explicitly through the Lambert function. Later, we prove that at most one limit cycle bifurcates from the period annulus, under quadratic perturbations. Moreover, we give conditions for the non-existence, existence, and stability of the bifurcated limit cycles. Finally, by using averaging theory of seventh order, we prove that there are cubic systems, close to the unperturbed system, with 1 and 2 small limit cycles.
This paper is concerned with the optimal convergence rate in homogenization of higher order parabolic systems with bounded measurable, rapidly oscillating periodic coefficients. The sharp
We investigate the second order regularity of solutions to degenerate nonlinear elliptic equations.
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