Communications on Pure & Applied Analysis
May 2021 , Volume 20 , Issue 5
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We study, by means of the periodic unfolding technique, the homogenization of a modified bidomain model, which describes the propagation of the action potential in the cardiac electrophysiology. Such a model, allowing the presence of pathological zones in the heart, involves various geometries and non-standard transmission conditions on the interface between the healthy and the damaged part of the cardiac muscle.
In this article we establish a partial Hölder continuity result for weak solutions of parabolic systems, where the nonlinear vector field
We study the energy transfer in the linear system
made by two coupled differential equations, the first one dissipative and the second one antidissipative. We see how the competition between the damping and the antidamping mechanisms affect the whole system, depending on the coupling parameter
We consider mild solutions to the 3D time-dependent Oseen system with homogeneous Dirichlet boundary conditions, under weak assumptions on the data. Such solutions are defined via the semigroup generated by the Oseen operator in
In this paper, we prove that the jump function and variation of averaging operators with rough variable kernels are bounded on
This paper is devoted to studying stochastic semilinear evolution equations in Banach spaces of M-type 2. First, we prove existence, uniqueness and regularity of strict solutions. Then, we give an application to stochastic partial differential equations.
This work is concerned with evolution equations and their forward-backward discretizations, and aims at building bridges between differential equations and variational analysis. Our first contribution is an estimation for the distance between iterates of sequences generated by forward-backward schemes, useful in the convergence and robustness analysis of iterative algorithms of widespread use in numerical optimization and variational inequalities. Our second contribution is the approximation, on a bounded time frame, of the solutions of evolution equations governed by accretive (monotone) operators with an additive structure, by trajectories constructed by interpolating forward-backward sequences. This provides a short, simple and self-contained proof of existence and regularity for such solutions; unifies and extends a number of classical results; and offers a guide for the development of numerical methods. Finally, our third contribution is a mathematical methodology that allows us to deduce the behavior, as the number of iterations tends to
This paper is concerned with the pullback dynamics and asymptotic stability for a 3D Brinkman-Forchheimer equation with infinite delay. The well-posedness of weak solution to the 3D Brinkman-Forchheimer flow with infinite delay is investigated in the weighted space
We prove the existence of a unique large-data global-in-time weak solution to a class of models of the form
We investigate spectral properties of ordinary differential operators related to expressions of the form
We are concerned with the transmission problem of nonlinear viscoelastic waves in a heterogeneous medium, establishing the well-posedness of solutions and the exponential stability of the related energy functional. We introduce an auxiliary problem to prove the exponential stability and the proof combines an observability inequality and microlocal analysis tools.
We consider the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation with two pure-power nonlinearities and a damping term. After proving a general global existence result, we focus on the existence and stability of several periodic orbits, namely the trivial equilibrium, bound-states and solutions independent of the spatial variable. In particular, we construct bound-states either explicitly in the real line or through a bifurcation argument for a double eigenvalue of the Dirichlet-Laplace operator on bounded domains.
In this paper, we study the Cauchy problem for a special family of effectively damped wave models with nonlinear memory on the right-hand side. Our goal is to prove global (in time) well-posedness results for Sobolev solutions. Due to the effective dissipation the model is parabolic like from the point of view of energy decay estimates of the corresponding linear Cauchy problem with vanishing right-hand side. For this reason there appears a Fujita type exponent as a threshold. Applying modern tools from Harmonic Analysis we prove several results by taking into consideration different regularity properties of the data.
In this paper we consider the existence and multiplicity of weak solutions for the following class of fractional elliptic problem
We study a non local approximation of the Gaussian perimeter, proving the Gamma convergence to the local one. Surprisingly, in contrast with the local setting, the halfspace turns out to be a volume constrained stationary point if and only if the boundary hyperplane passes through the origin. In particular, this implies that Ehrhard symmetrization can in general increase the non local Gaussian perimeter taken into consideration.
We investigate the existence and multiplicity of periodic solutions of the
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