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This paper deals with a mathematical model of a condensed two-phase combustion process which describes combustion of solid materials in which melting occurs. The paper shows the existence of a weak solution of the resulting differential equations system and, furthermore, shows that the phase...
A brief survey with a bibliography of superconvergence phenomena in finding a numerical solution of differential and integral equations is presented. A particular emphasis is laid on superconvergent schemes for elliptic problems in the plane employing the finite element method.
Spinor spaces can be represented as minimal left ideals of Clifford algebras and they are generated by primitive idempotents. Primitive idempotents of the Clifford algebras R
are shown to be products of mutually nonannihilating commuting idempotent
This paper analyses the implications of persistent growth upon the stability properties of dynamic models. Besides the traditional concept of asymptotic stability, new stability criteria-strong/weak absolute, strong/weak relative, strong/weak logarithmic stability-are introduced, and global...
The irreducible finite dimensional representations of the symplectic groups are realized as polynomials on the irreducible representation spaces of the corresponding general linear groups. It is shown that the number of times an irreducible representation of a maximal symplectic subgroup occurs...
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