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In this paper, we obtain the boundedness, asymptotic behavior and oscillatory properties for the single logistic models with impulse effect. Some examples are given to indicate the application of our results.
In this paper, the Wilson nonconforming finite element is considered for solving elliptic eigenvalue problems. Based on an interpolation postprocessing, superconvergence estimates of both eigenfunction and eigenvalue are obtained.
In this paper, we investigate the bifurcations of one class of steady-state reaction-diffusion equations of the formu″ + μu − u
k=0, subjectu(0)=u(π)=0, where μ is a parameter, 4≤kεZ
+. Using the singularity theory based on the Liapunov-Schmidt reduction, some satisfactory results are obtained.
In this paper the authors consider the intial boundary value problems of the generalized nonlinear strain waves in elastic waveguides and prove the existence of global attractors and the finiteness of the Hausdorff and the fractal dimensions of the attractors.
In this article, the author employs the conical expansion and compression fixed point principle and the fixed point index theory to show that there exist at least two positive solutions for a higher order BVP.
A singularly perturbed combustion reaction diffusion Robin boundary value problem is considered. Using the theory of differential ineaqality, the existence of solution to the problem is proved and the asymptotic estimation of the solution is obtained.
In this paper, we introduce the concepts of redundant constraint and exceptional vertex which play an important role in the characterization of universal minimal total dominating functions (universal MTDFs), and establish some further results on universal MTDFs in general graphs. By extending...
Several mixed Legendre spectral-pseudospectral approximations and Chebyshev-Legendre approximations are proposed for estimating parameters in differential equations. They are easy to be berformed, and have the spectral accuracy. The numerical results coincide with those of the theoretical...
In this paper, we shall deal with quasilinear elliptic hemivariational inequalities. By the use of the theory of multivalued pseudomonotone mappings, we will prove the existence of solutions.
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