Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - B
September 2017 , Volume 22 , Issue 7
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This paper is concerned with the existence and continuous dependence of mild solutions to stochastic differential equations with non-instantaneous impulses driven by fractional Brownian motions. Our approach is based on a Banach fixed point theorem and Krasnoselski-Schaefer type fixed point theorem.
In this paper, we study the dynamical bifurcation and final patterns of a modified Swift-Hohenberg equation(MSHE). We prove that the MSHE bifurcates from the trivial solution to an
Backward compact dynamics is deduced for a non-autonomous Benjamin-Bona-Mahony (BBM) equation on an unbounded 3D-channel. A backward compact attractor is defined by a time-dependent family of backward compact, invariant and pullback attracting sets. The theoretical existence result for such an attractor is derived from the backward flattening property, and this property is proved to be equivalent to the backward asymptotic compactness in a uniformly convex Banach space. Finally, it is shown that the BBM equation has a backward compact attractor in a Sobolev space under some suitable assumptions, such as, backward translation boundedness and backward small-tail. Both spectrum decomposition and cut-off technique are used to give all required backward uniform estimates.
The problem of the existence of complex
A risk-minimizing approach to pricing contingent claims in a general non-Markovian, regime-switching, jump-diffusion model is discussed, where a convex risk measure is used to describe risk. The pricing problem is formulated as a two-person, zero-sum, stochastic differential game between the seller of a contingent claim and the market, where the latter may be interpreted as a ''fictitious'' player. A backward stochastic differential equation (BSDE) approach is applied to discuss the game problem. Attention is given to the entropic risk measure, which is a particular type of convex risk measures. In this situation, a pricing kernel selected by an equilibrium state of the game problem is related to the one selected by the Esscher transform, which was introduced to the option-pricing world in the seminal work by [
In this paper, we study the dynamic behavior of a stochastic reaction-diffusion equation with dynamical boundary condition, where the nonlinear terms
This paper presents the analysis of the conditions which lead the stochastic predator-prey model with Allee effect on prey population to extinction. In order to find these conditions we first prove the existence and uniqueness of global positive solution of considered model using the comparison theorem for stochastic differential equations. Then, we establish the conditions under which extinction of predator and prey populations occur. We also find the conditions for parameters of the model under which the solution of the system is globally attractive in mean. Finally, the numerical illustration with real life example is carried out to confirm our theoretical results.
We study the existence and stability of periodic solutions of a differential equation that models the planar oscillations of a satellite in an elliptic orbit around its center of mass. The proof is based on a suitable version of Poincaré-Birkhoff theorem and the third order approximation method.
M. Budyko and W. Sellers independently introduced seminal energy balance climate models in 1969, each with a goal of investigating the role played by positive ice albedo feedback in climate dynamics. In this paper we replace the relaxation to the mean horizontal heat transport mechanism used in the models of Budyko and Sellers with diffusive heat transport. We couple the resulting surface temperature equation with an equation for movement of the edge of the ice sheet (called the ice line), recently introduced by E. Widiasih. We apply the spectral method to the temperature-ice line system and consider finite approximations. We prove there exists a stable equilibrium solution with a small ice cap, and an unstable equilibrium solution with a large ice cap, for a range of parameter values. If the diffusive transport is too efficient, however, the small ice cap disappears and an ice free Earth becomes a limiting state. In addition, we analyze a variant of the coupled diffusion equations appropriate as a model for extensive glacial episodes in the Neoproterozoic Era. Although the model equations are no longer smooth due to the existence of a switching boundary, we prove there exists a unique stable equilibrium solution with the ice line in tropical latitudes, a climate event known as a Jormungand or Waterbelt state. As the systems introduced here contain variables with differing time scales, the main tool used in the analysis is geometric singular perturbation theory.
This paper is devoted to the chemotaxis system
which models the interaction between two species in presence of two chemicals, where
Adaptive time-stepping with high-order embedded Runge-Kutta pairs and rejection sampling provides efficient approaches for solving differential equations. While many such methods exist for solving deterministic systems, little progress has been made for stochastic variants. One challenge in developing adaptive methods for stochastic differential equations (SDEs) is the construction of embedded schemes with direct error estimates. We present a new class of embedded stochastic Runge-Kutta (SRK) methods with strong order 1.5 which have a natural embedding of strong order 1.0 methods. This allows for the derivation of an error estimate which requires no additional function evaluations. Next we derive a general method to reject the time steps without losing information about the future Brownian path termed Rejection Sampling with Memory (RSwM). This method utilizes a stack data structure to do rejection sampling, costing only a few floating point calculations. We show numerically that the methods generate statistically-correct and tolerance-controlled solutions. Lastly, we show that this form of adaptivity can be applied to systems of equations, and demonstrate that it solves a stiff biological model 12.28x faster than common fixed timestep algorithms. Our approach only requires the solution to a bridging problem and thus lends itself to natural generalizations beyond SDEs.
To explore the impact of media coverage and spatial heterogeneity of environment on the prevention and control of infectious diseases, a spatial-temporal SIS reaction-diffusion model with the nonlinear contact transmission rate is proposed. The nonlinear contact transmission rate is spatially dependent and introduced to describe the impact of media coverage on the transmission dynamics of disease. The basic reproduction number associated with the disease in the heterogeneous environment is established. Our results show that the degree of mass media attention plays an important role in preventing the spreading of infectious diseases. Numerical simulations further confirm our analytical findings.
We consider the no-flux initial-boundary value problem for Keller-Segel-type chemotaxis growth systems of the form
in a ball
By means of an argument based on a conditional quasi-energy inequality, it is firstly shown that if
Secondly, turning a focus on possible effects of large chemotactic sensitivities, on the basis of the above it is shown that when
In this paper, we investigate the global asymptotic stability of multi-group SIR and SEIR age-structured models. These models allow the infectiousness and the death rate of susceptible individuals to vary and depend on the susceptibility, with which we can consider the heterogeneity of population. We establish global dynamics and demonstrate that the heterogeneity does not alter the dynamical structure of the basic SIR and SEIR with age-dependent susceptibility. Our results also demonstrate that, for age structured multi-group models considered, the graph-theoretic approach can be successfully applied by choosing an appropriate weighted matrix as well.
This work deals with the properties of the traveling wave solutions of a double degenerate cross-diffusion model
New error estimates are established for Pian and Sumihara's (PS) 4-node assumed stress hybrid quadrilateral element [T.H.H. Pian, K. Sumihara, Rational approach for assumed stress finite elements, Int. J. Numer. Methods Engrg., 20 (1984), 1685-1695], which is widely used in engineering computation. Based on an equivalent displacement-based formulation to the PS element, we show that the numerical strain and a postprocessed numerical stress are uniformly convergent with respect to the Lamé constant
Two semi-implicit numerical methods are proposed for solving the surface Allen-Cahn equation which is a general mathematical model to describe phase separation on general surfaces. The spatial discretization is based on surface finite element method while the temporal discretization methods are first-and second-order stabilized semi-implicit schemes to guarantee the energy decay. The stability analysis and error estimate are provided for the stabilized semi-implicit schemes. Furthermore, the first-and second-order operator splitting methods are presented to compare with stabilized semi-implicit schemes. Some numerical experiments including phase separation and mean curvature flow on surfaces are performed to illustrate stability and accuracy of these methods.
A mathematical model describing the propagation of fungal diseases in plants is proposed. The model takes into account both chronological age and age since infection. We investigate and fully characterize the large time behaviour of the solutions. Existence of a unique endemic stationary state is ensured by a threshold condition:
The paper concerns the existence of affine-periodic solutions for affine-periodic (functional) differential systems, which is a new type of quasi-periodic solutions if they are bounded. Some more general criteria than LaSalle's one on the existence of periodic solutions are established. Some applications are also given.
This work focuses on a class of retarded stochastic differential equations that need not satisfy dissipative conditions. The principle technique of our investigation is to use variation-of-constants formula to overcome the difficulties due to the lack of the information at the current time. By using variation-of-constants formula and estimating the diffusion coefficients we give sufficient conditions for $p$-th moment exponential stability, almost sure exponential stability and convergence of solutions from different initial value. Finally, we provide two examples to illustrate the effectiveness of the theoretical results.
In this paper, we consider a problem of minimizing the carbon abatement cost of a country. Two models are built within the stochastic optimal control framework based on two types of abatement policies. The corresponding HJB equations are deduced, and the existence and uniqueness of their classical solutions are established by PDE methods. Using parameters in the models obtained from real data, we carried out numerical simulations via semi-implicit method. Then we discussed the properties of the optimal policies and minimal costs. Our results suggest that a country needs to keep a relatively low economy and population growth rate and keep a stable economy in order to reduce the total carbon abatement cost. In the long run, it's better for a country to seek for more efficient carbon abatement techniques and an environmentally friendly way of economic development.
An ordinary differential equation model describing interaction of water and plants in ecosystem is proposed. Despite its simple looking, it is shown that the model possesses surprisingly rich dynamics including multiple stable equilibria, backward bifurcation of positive equilibria, supercritical or subcritical Hopf bifurcations, bubble loop of limit cycles, homoclinic bifurcation and Bogdanov-Takens bifurcation. We classify bifurcation diagrams of the system using the rain-fall rate as bifurcation parameter. In the transition from global stability of bare-soil state for low rain-fall to the global stability of high vegetation state for high rain-fall rate, oscillatory states or multiple equilibrium states can occur, which can be viewed as a new indicator of catastrophic environmental shift.
In this paper, we mainly discuss the existence and asymptotic stability of traveling fronts for the nonlocal evolution equations. With the monostable assumption, we obtain that there exists a constant
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