Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - S
December 2020 , Volume 13 , Issue 12
Issue in honor of Gisèle Goldstein on the occasion of her 60th birthday
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We are devoted with fractional abstract Cauchy problems. Required conditions on spaces and operators are given guaranteeing existence and uniqueness of solutions. An inverse problem is also studied. Applications from partial differential equations are given to illustrate the abstract fractional degenerate differential problems.
Here we present fractional univariate Ostrowski-Sugeno Fuzzy type inequalities. These are of Ostrowski-like inequalities in the setting of Sugeno fuzzy integral and its special-particular properties. In a fractional environment, they give tight upper bounds to the deviation of a function from its Sugeno-fuzzy averages. The fractional derivatives we use are of Canavati and Caputo types. This work is greatly inspired by [
In this paper we prove the existence of global classical solutions to continuous coagulation–fragmentation equations with unbounded coefficients under the sole assumption that the coagulation rate is dominated by a power of the fragmentation rate, thus improving upon a number of recent results by not requiring any polynomial growth bound for either rate. This is achieved by proving a new result on the analyticity of the fragmentation semigroup and then using its regularizing properties to prove the local and then, under a stronger assumption, the global classical solvability of the coagulation–fragmentation equation considered as a semilinear perturbation of the linear fragmentation equation. Furthermore, we show that weak solutions of the coagulation–fragmentation equation, obtained by the weak compactness method, coincide with the classical local in time solutions provided the latter exist.
The aim of this paper is investigating the existence of at least one weak bounded solution of the quasilinear elliptic problem
We prove that, even if
We use a suitable Minimum Principle based on a weak version of the Cerami–Palais–Smale condition.
We prove the existence of infinitely many radial solutions to a Kirchhoff type problem in a ball with a super-cubic nonlinearity. Our methods rely on bifurcation analysis and energy estimates.
We consider an Ostrovsky-Hunter type equation, which also includes the short pulse equation, or the Kozlov-Sazonov equation. We prove the well-posedness of the entropy solution for the non-homogeneous initial boundary value problem. The proof relies on deriving suitable a priori estimates together with an application of the compensated compactness method.
In this paper, we define
We study positive solutions to a steady state reaction diffusion equation arising in population dynamics, namely,
We consider a differential operator of order 2
Using a unified approach employing a homogeneous Lippmann-Schwinger-type equation satisfied by resonance functions and basic facts on Riesz potentials, we discuss the absence of threshold resonances for Dirac and Schrödinger operators with sufficiently short-range interactions in general space dimensions.
More specifically, assuming a sufficient power law decay of potentials, we derive the absence of zero-energy resonances for massless Dirac operators in space dimensions
We study mixed hyperbolic systems with dynamic and Wentzell boundary conditions. The boundary condition contains a tangential operator which is strongly elliptic on the boundary. We prove results of generation of strongly continuous groups and well-posedness.
The problem of determining equity volatility from a knowledge of American option prices for a range of exercise (strike) prices and expirations is solved by minimization of a convex functional.
We prove a cone-type criterion for a boundary point to be regular for the Dirichlet problem related to (possibly) degenerate Ornstein–Uhlenbeck operators in
We consider the surface diffusion and Willmore flows acting on a general class of (possibly non–compact) hypersurfaces parameterized over a uniformly regular reference manifold possessing a tubular neighborhood with uniform radius. The surface diffusion and Willmore flows each give rise to a fourth–order quasilinear parabolic equation with nonlinear terms satisfying a specific singular structure. We establish well–posedness of both flows for initial surfaces that are
In this paper we study local and global in time existence for a class of nonlinear evolution equations having order eventually greater than 2 and not integer. The linear operator has an homogeneous damping term; the nonlinearity is of polynomial type without derivatives:
We develop a model for the spatial spread of epidemic outbreak in a geographical region. The goal is to understand how spatial heterogeneity influences the transmission dynamics of the susceptible and infected populations. The model consists of a system of partial differential equations, which indirectly describes the disease transmission caused by the disease pathogen. The model is compared to data for the seasonal influenza epidemics in Puerto Rico for 2015-2016.
This paper provides two different extensions of a previous joint work "Time asymptotics of structured populations with diffusion and dynamic boundary conditions; Discrete Cont Dyn Syst, Series B, 23 (10) (2018)" devoted to asynchronous exponential asymptotics for bounded and weakly compact reproduction operators. The first extension considers bounded non weakly compact reproduction operators while the second extension deals with unbounded kernel reproduction operators and needs, as a preliminary step, a new generation result.
The computational powers of Mathematica are used to prove polynomial identities that are essential to obtain growth estimates for subdiagonal rational Padé approximations of the exponential function and to obtain new estimates of the constants of the Brenner-Thomée Approximation Theorem of Semigroup Theory.
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