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May 2020 , Volume 40 , Issue 5

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The present paper deals with the Cauchy problem of a multi-dimensional non-conservative viscous compressible two-fluid system. We first study the well-posedness of the model in spaces with critical regularity indices with respect to the scaling of the associated equations. In the functional setting as close as possible to the physical energy spaces, we prove the unique global solvability of strong solutions close to a stable equilibrium state. Furthermore, under a mild additional decay assumption involving only the low frequencies of the data, we establish the time decay rates for the constructed global solutions. The proof relies on an application of Fourier analysis to a complicated parabolic-hyperbolic system, and on a refined time-weighted inequality.

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In this paper we consider the nonlinear beam equations accounting for rotational inertial forces. Under suitable hypotheses we prove the existence, regularity and finite dimensionality of a compact global attractor and an exponential attractor. The main purpose is to trace the behavior of solutions of the nonlinear beam equations when the effect of the rotational inertia fades away gradually. A natural question is whether there are qualitative differences would appear or not. To answer the question, we deal with the rotational inertia with a parameter

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In this paper we construct two families of initial data being arbitrarily large under any scaling-invariant norm for which their corresponding weak solution to the three-dimensional Navier–Stokes equations become smooth on either

We further prove that if a large part of the kinetic energy is consumed prior to the first (possible) blow-up time, then the global-in-time smoothness of the solutions follows for the two families of initial data.

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We show that a necessary and sufficient condition for a smooth function on the tangent bundle of a manifold to be a Lagrangian density whose action can be minimized is, roughly speaking, that it be the sum of a constant, a nonnegative function vanishing on the support of the minimizers, and an exact form.

We show that this exact form corresponds to the differential of a Lipschitz function on the manifold that is differentiable on the projection of the support of the minimizers, and its derivative there is Lipschitz. This function generalizes the notion of subsolution of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation that appears in weak KAM theory, and the Lipschitzity result allows for the recovery of Mather's celebrated 1991 result as a special case. We also show that our result is sharp with several examples.

Finally, we apply the same type of reasoning to an example of a finite horizon Legendre problem in optimal control, and together with the Lipschitzity result we obtain the Hamilton–Jacobi–Bellman equation and the Maximum Principle.

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We establish equivalent conditions for the existence of an integrable or locally integrable fixed point for a Markov operator with the maximal support. Maximal support means that almost all initial points will concentrate on the support of the invariant density under the iteration of the process. One of the equivalent conditions for the existence of a locally integrable fixed point is weak almost periodicity of the jump operator with respect to some sweep-out set. This result includes the case of the existence of an absolutely continuous

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This article concerns with the existence of multiple positive solutions for the following logarithmic Schrödinger equation

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In this paper, we establish a variational principle for topological pressure on compact subsets in the context of amenable group actions. To be precise, for a countable amenable group action on a compact metric space, say

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We consider the Cauchy problem for the damped wave equation under the initial state that the sum of an initial position and an initial velocity vanishes. When the initial position is non-zero, non-negative and compactly supported, we study the large time behavior of the spatial null, critical, maximum and minimum sets of the solution. The behavior of each set is totally different from that of the corresponding set under the initial state that the sum of an initial position and an initial velocity is non-zero and non-negative.

The spatial null set includes a smooth hypersurface homeomorphic to a sphere after a large enough time. The spatial critical set has at least three points after a large enough time. The set of spatial maximum points escapes from the convex hull of the support of the initial position. The set of spatial minimum points consists of one point after a large enough time, and the unique spatial minimum point converges to the centroid of the initial position at time infinity.

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In this article, we deal with the existence, qualitative and symmetry properties of normalized solutions to the following nonlinear Schrödinger system

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This paper studies the measure theoretic pressure of measures that are not necessarily ergodic. We define the measure theoretic pressure of an invariant measure (not necessarily ergodic) via the Carathéodory-Pesin structure described in [

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We define the notions of impulsive evolution processes and their pullback attractors, and exhibit conditions under which a given impulsive evolution process has a pullback attractor. We apply our results to a nonautonomous ordinary differential equation describing an integrate-and-fire model of neuron membrane, as well as to a heat equation with nonautonomous impulse and a nonautonomous 2D Navier-Stokes equation. Finally, we introduce the notion of tube conditions to impulsive evolution processes, and use them as an alternative way to obtain pullback attractors.

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In this paper we will prove a functional central limit theorem (CLT) for random functions of the form

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In a bounded domain, we consider a thermoelastic plate with rotational forces. The rotational forces involve the spectral fractional Laplacian, with power parameter

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In this article we study the centralizer of a minimal aperiodic action of a countable group on the Cantor set (an aperiodic minimal Cantor system). We show that any countable residually finite group is the subgroup of the centralizer of some minimal

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Let

We show that this family

Similar results are obtained for the family

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In the present paper, we deal with a new continuous and compact embedding theorems for the fractional Orlicz-Sobolev spaces, also, we study the existence of infinitely many nontrivial solutions for a class of non-local fractional Orlicz-Sobolev Schrödinger equations whose simplest prototype is

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We prove various pointwise properties of

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The Cauchy problem for a class of non-uniformly parabolic equations including (4) is studied for initial data with less regularity. When

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In this paper, we prove that for the ill-prepared initial data of the form

the Cauchy problem of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations on

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Given an arbitrary fixed closed subset

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