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Vol 13 - Issue 1 (January 2022)

Advances in Pure and Applied Mathematics

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Optimal control of a fractional diffusion Sturm-Liouville problem on a star graph
Pasquini Soh Fotsing

This paper is devoted to parabolic fractional boundary value problems involving fractional derivative of Sturm-Liouville type. We investigate the existence and uniqueness results on an open bounded real interval, prove the existence of solutions to a quadratic boundary optimal control problem and provide a characterization via optimality system. We then investigate the analogous problems for a parabolic fractional Sturm-Liouville problem on a star graph with mixed Dirichlet and Neumann boundary controls.

Complex symmetric weighted composition operators on weighted Hardy space
Aastha Malhotra, Anuradha Gupta

In this paper various conditions under which a weighted composition operator $$$W_{\psi,\phi}$$$ on the weighted Hardy space $$$H^2(\beta)$$$ becomes complex symmetric with respect to some special conjugation have been explored. We also investigate some important properties of the complex symmetric operator $$$W_{\psi,\phi}$$$ such as hermiticity and isometry.

Krasnoselskii-type fixed point theorem in ordered Banach spaces and application to integral equations
Abdelhamid Benmezaï

In this paper, we present a variant of Krasnoselskii’s fixed point theorem in the case of ordered Banach spaces, where the order is generated by a normal and minihedral cone. In such a structure, there is a possibility to give a new sence to the concept of contraction.

Terracini Loci and Homogeneous Spaces
Edoardo Ballico

We study the linear dependence of disjoint unions of double points of an integral and non-degenerate variety $$$X\subset ℙ^r$$$. Such sets are called Terracini loci. Our main results are for Segre-Veronese embeddings and a few other homogeneous spaces. To study the minimal number of such double points which are linearly dependent, it is useful to study the minimal degree curves contained in $$$X$$$. We give an example (the Segre embedding of ℙ1$$$\times$$$ ℙ1) in which these curves are not suffcient to describe these Terracini loci.