Communications on Pure & Applied Analysis
February 2020 , Volume 19 , Issue 2
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We study the geometric properties of self-similar measures on intervals generated by iterated function systems (IFS's) that do not satisfy the open set condition (OSC) and have overlaps. The examples studied in this paper are the infinite Bernoulli convolution associated with the golden ratio, and a family of convolutions of Cantor-type measures. We make use of Strichartz second-order identities defined by auxiliary IFS's to compute measures of cells on different levels. These auxiliary IFS's do satisfy the OSC and are used to define new metrics. As an application, we obtain sub-Gaussian heat kernel estimates of the time changed Brownian motions with respect to these measures. The walk dimensions obtained under these new metrics are strictly greater than
We consider the local existence and the uniqueness of a weak solution of the initial boundary value problem to a convection–diffusion equation in a uniformly local function space
In this paper, we investigate (1+2)-dimensional Black-Scholes partial differential equations(PDE) with mixed boundary conditions. The main idea of our method is to transform the given PDE into the relatively simple ordinary differential equations(ODE) using double Mellin transforms. By using inverse double Mellin transforms, we derive the analytic representation of the solutions for the (1+2)-dimensional Black-Scholes equation with a mixed boundary condition. Moreover, we apply our method to European maximum-quanto lookback options and derive the pricing formula of this options.
Using the flow method, we prove an existence result for the problem of prescribing the
We study the problem of existence of conformal metrics with prescribed scalar curvatures on a closed Riemannian
In this paper we are concerned with a Boussinesq system for small-amplitude long waves arising in nonlinear dispersive media. Considerations will be given for the global well-posedness and the time decay rates of solutions when the model is posed on a periodic domain and a general class of damping operator acts in each equation. By means of spectral analysis and Fourier expansion, we prove that the solutions of the linearized system decay uniformly or not to zero, depending on the parameters of the damping operators. In the uniform decay case, the result is extended for the full system.
We establish sharp Liouville theorems for the integral equation
This paper is devoted to study the asymptotic behavior of a non-autonomous mixture problem in one dimensional solids with nonlinear damping. We prove the existence of minimal pullback attractors with respect to a universe of tempered sets defined by the sources terms. Moreover, we prove the upper-semicontinuity of pullback attractors with respect to non-autonomous perturbations.
The fBm-driving rough stochastic lattice dynamical system with a general diffusion term is investigated. First, an area element in space of tensor is desired to define the rough path integral using the Chen-equality and fractional calculus. Under certain conditions, the considered equation is proved to possess a unique local mild path-area solution.
We present a two-dimensional coupled system for flocking particle-compressible fluid interactions, and study its global solvability for the proposed coupled system. For particle and fluid dynamics, we employ the kinetic Cucker-Smale-Fokker-Planck (CS-FP) model for flocking particle part, and the isentropic compressible Navier-Stokes (N-S) equations for the fluid part, respectively, and these separate systems are coupled through the drag force. For the global solvability of the coupled system, we present a sufficient framework for the global existence of classical solutions with large initial data which can contain vacuum using the weighted energy method. We extend an earlier global solvability result [
In this paper, we consider the dynamics of a diffusive predator-prey system with stage structure and strong Allee effect. The upper-lower solution method and the comparison principle are used in proving the nonnegativity of the solutions. Then the stability and the attractivity basin of the boundary equilibria are obtained, by which we investigated the bistable phenomena. The existence and local stability of the positive constant steady-state are investigated, and the existence of Hopf bifurcation is studied by analyzing the distribution of eigenvalues. On the center manifold, we studied the criticality of the Hopf bifurcation by the normal form theory. Some numerical simulations are carried out for illustrating the theoretical results.
We consider a Cauchy problem for a two-dimensional model of chemotaxis and we show that large time behavior of solution is given by a multiple of the heat kernel.
This paper concerns with a semilinear heat equation with singular potential and logarithmic nonlinearity. By using the logarithmic Sobolev inequality and a family of potential wells, the existence of global solutions and infinite time blow-up solutions are obtained. The results of this paper indicate that the polynomial nonlinearity is a critical condition of existence of finite time blow-up solutions to semilinear heat equation with singular potential.
A transmission problem for Kirchhoff-type wave equations with nonlinear damping and delay term in the internal feedback is considered under a memory condition on one part of the boundary. By virtue of multiplier method, Faedo-Galerkin approximation and energy perturbation technique, we establish the appropriate conditions to guarantee the existence of global solution, and derive a general decay estimate of the energy, which includes exponential, algebraic and logarithmic decay etc.
In this study, we consider the global Cauchy problem for the nonlinear Schrödinger equations with a dissipative nonlinearity in one space dimension. In particular, we show the global existence, smoothing effect and asymptotic behavior for solutions to the nonlinear Schrödinger equations with data which belong to
We consider the
This work concerns the study of asymptotic behavior of the solutions of a nonautonomous coupled inclusion system with variable exponents. We prove the existence of a pullback attractor and that the system of inclusions is asymptotically autonomous.
In this note we give existence and uniqueness result for some elliptic problems depending on a small parameter and show that their solutions converge, when this parameter goes to zero, to the solution of a mixed type equation, elliptic-parabolic, parabolic both forward and backward. The aim is to give an approximation result via elliptic equations of a changing type equation.
In this paper, we consider the following nonlinear Schrödinger equation
In this paper we study a semilinear hyperbolic-parabolic system as a model for some chemotaxis phenomena evolving on networks; we consider transmission conditions at the inner nodes which preserve the fluxes and nonhomogeneous boundary conditions having in mind phenomena with inflow of cells and food providing at the network exits. We give some conditions on the boundary data which ensure the existence of stationary solutions and we prove that these ones are asymptotic profiles for a class of global solutions.
In this paper, we analyze a multigroup SIRS epidemic model with random perturbations and varying total population size. By utilizing the stochastic Lyapunov function method, we establish sufficient conditions for the existence of a stationary distribution of the positive solutions to the model. Since our model is multidimensional, it is extremely difficult to construct an appropriate stochastic Lyapunov function to prove the existence of the stationary distribution, which implies stochastic weak stability. Then we establish sufficient conditions for extinction of the diseases. These conditions are related to the basic reproduction number in its corresponding deterministic system.
In this article, we consider the cooperative semi-linear fractional system
This paper is mainly concerned with the optimal global asymptotic behavior of the unique convex solution to a singular Dirichlet problem for the Monge-Ampère equation
We study boundary value problems for harmonic functions on certain domains in the level-
This paper is concerned with the following nonlinear Schrödinger systems:
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