Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems
July 2021 , Volume 41 , Issue 7
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We prove gradient boundary blow up rates for ergodic functions in bounded domains related to fully nonlinear degenerate/singular elliptic operators. As a consequence, we deduce the uniqueness, up to constants, of the ergodic functions. The results are obtained by means of a Liouville type classification theorem in half-spaces for infinite boundary value problems related to fully nonlinear, uniformly elliptic operators.
This paper deals with the global boundedness of solutions to the forager-exploiter model with logistic sources
under homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions in a smoothly bounded domain
In this paper, we consider the Littlewood-Paley
We characterize and describe the extensions of expansive and Ano- sov homeomorphisms on compact spaces. As an application we obtain a stability result for extensions of Anosov systems, and show a construction that embeds any expansive system inside an expansive system having the shadowing property for the pseudo orbits of the original space.
This paper is concerned with the existence and stability of steady states of a reaction-diffusion-ODE system arising from the theory of biological pattern formation. We are interested in spontaneous emergence of patterns from spatially heterogeneous environments, hence assume that all coefficients in the equations can depend on the spatial variable. We give some sufficient conditions on the coefficients which guarantee the existence of far-from-the-equilibrium patterns with jump discontinuity and then verify their stability in a weak sense. Our conditions cover the case where the number of equilibria of the kinetic system (i.e., without diffusion) changes from one to three in the spatial interval, which is not obtained by a small perturbation of constant coefficients. Moreover, we consider the asymptotic behavior of steady states as the diffusion coefficient tends to infinity. Some examples and numerical simulations are given to illustrate the theoretical results.
The purpose of this note is to study the existence of a nontrivial solution for an elliptic system which comes from a newly introduced mathematical problem so called Field-Road model. Specifically, it consists of coupled equations set in domains of different dimensions together with some interaction of non classical type. We consider a truncated problem by imposing Dirichlet boundary conditions and an unbounded setting as well.
In this paper we consider the discrete Allen-Cahn equation posed on a two-dimensional rectangular lattice. We analyze the large-time behaviour of solutions that start as bounded perturbations to the well-known planar front solution that travels in the horizontal direction. In particular, we construct an asymptotic phase function
This paper establishes the emergence of slowly moving transition layer solutions for the
Kusuoka's measure on fractals is a Gibbs measure of a very special kind, since its potential is discontinuous while the standard theory of Gibbs measures requires continuous (in its simplest version, Hölder) potentials. In this paper we shall see that for many fractals it is possible to build a class of matrix-valued Gibbs measures completely within the scope of the standard theory; there are naturally some minor modifications, but they are only due to the fact that we are dealing with matrix-valued functions and measures. We shall use these matrix-valued Gibbs measures to build self-similar bilinear forms on fractals. Moreover, we shall see that Kusuoka's measure and bilinear form can be recovered in a simple way from the matrix-valued Gibbs measure.
In this work, we are dealing with a non-linear eikonal system in one dimensional space that describes the evolution of interfaces moving with non-signed strongly coupled velocities. For such kind of systems, previous results on the existence and uniqueness are available for quasi-monotone systems and other special systems in Lipschitz continuous space. It is worth mentioning that our system includes, in particular, the case of non-decreasing solution where some existence and uniqueness results arose for strictly hyperbolic systems with a small total variation. In the present paper, we consider initial data with unnecessarily small
Global dynamics of complex planar Hamiltonian polynomial systems is difficult to be characterized. In this paper, for general complex quadratic Hamiltonian systems of one degree of freedom, we obtain some sufficient conditions on the existence of family of invariant tori. We also complete characterization on locally analytic linearizability of complex planar Hamiltonian systems with homogeneous nonlinearity of degrees either 2 or 3 at a nondegenerate singularity, and present their global dynamics. For these classes of systems we also prove existence of families of invariant tori, together with isochronous periodic orbits.
The present work deals with the numerical long-time integration of damped Hamiltonian systems. The method that we analyze combines a specific Strang splitting, that separates linear dissipative effects from conservative ones, with an energy-preserving averaged vector field (AVF) integrator for the Hamiltonian subproblem. This construction faithfully reproduces the energy-dissipation structure of the continuous model, its equilibrium points and its natural Lyapunov function. As a consequence of these structural similarities, both the convergence to equilibrium and, more interestingly, the energy decay rate of the continuous dynamical system are recovered at a discrete level. The possibility of replacing the implicit AVF integrator by an explicit Störmer-Verlet one is also discussed, while numerical experiments illustrate and support the theoretical findings.
This paper is concerned with the tempered pullback dynamics of the 2D Navier-Stokes equations with sublinear time delay operators subject to non-homogeneous boundary conditions in Lipschitz-like domains. By virtue of the estimates of background flow in Lipschitz-like domain and a new retarded Gronwall inequality, we establish the existence of pullback attractors in a general setting involving tempered universes.
Chaotic attractors in the two-dimensional border-collision normal form (a piecewise-linear map) can persist throughout open regions of parameter space. Such robust chaos has been established rigorously in some parameter regimes. Here we provide formal results for robust chaos in the original parameter regime of [S. Banerjee, J.A. Yorke, C. Grebogi, Robust Chaos, Phys. Rev. Lett. 80(14):3049-3052, 1998]. We first construct a trapping region in phase space to prove the existence of a topological attractor. We then construct an invariant expanding cone in tangent space to prove that tangent vectors expand and so no invariant set can have only negative Lyapunov exponents. Under additional assumptions we characterise an attractor as the closure of the unstable manifold of a fixed point and prove that it satisfies Devaney's definition of chaos.
In this paper we construct a unique global in time weak nonnegative solution to the corrected Derrida-Lebowitz-Speer-Spohn equation, which statistically describes the interface fluctuations between two phases in a certain spin system. The construction of the weak solution is based on the dissipation of a Lyapunov functional which equals to the square of the Hellinger distance between the solution and the constant steady state. Furthermore, it is shown that the weak solution converges at an exponential rate to the constant steady state in the Hellinger distance and thus also in the
We introduce a weighted
We investigate the problem of determining the planar curves that describe ramps where a particle of mass
We study the ergodic problem for fully nonlinear operators which may be singular or degenerate when at least one of the components of the gradient vanishes. We extend here the results in [
The present work aims at the mathematical derivation of the equations for the isentropic flow from those for the non-isentropic flow for perfect gases in the whole space. Suppose that the following things hold for the entropy equation: (1). both conduction of heat and its generation by dissipation of mechanical energy are sufficiently weak(with the order of
which holds globally in the so-called critical Besov spaces for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations.
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