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In [12], we extended various notions of recurrence for the action of a semigroup analogous to their counterpart in the classical theory of dynamics. In this paper, we shall address the alternative de-nition of chain recurrent set in terms of attractors, given by Hurley in [10] following Conley’s characterization in [5]. We shall also discuss the notion of topological transitivity and chain transitivity in this general setting.

[Forthcoming] Weighted composition operators between two different weighted sequence spaces

We give simple criteria which characterize the symbols $$$u$$$, $$$\varphi$$$ defining continuous and compact weighted composition operators $$$W_{u,\varphi}$$$ acting between two different weighted sequence spaces. Also we characterize when $$$W_{u,\varphi}$$$ is bounded below and when it has closed range.

[Forthcoming] Existence Results for Singular

This paper is concerned with the existence of solutions for the following class of singular fourth order elliptic equations

$$$
\left\{
\begin{array}{ll}
\Delta\Big(｜x｜^{p(x)}｜\Delta u｜^{p(x)-2}\Delta u\Big)=a(x)u^{-\gamma (x)}+\lambda f(x,u),\quad \mbox{in }\Omega, \\
u=\Delta u=0, \quad \mbox{on }\partial\Omega.
\end{array}
\right.$$$

where $$$\Omega$$$ is a smooth bounded domain in $$$\mathbb{R}^N, \gamma :\overline{\Omega}\rightarrow (0,1)$$$ be a continuous function, $$$f\in C^{1}( \overline{\Omega}\times \mathbb{R}), p:\; \overline{\Omega}\longrightarrow \;(1,\infty)$$$ and $$$a$$$ is a function that is almost everywhere positive in $$$\Omega$$$. Using variational techniques combined with the theory of the generalized Lebesgue-Sobolev spaces, we prove the existence at least one nontrivial weak solution.

[Forthcoming] Weak Formulation of the Laplacian on the Full Shift Space

We consider a Laplacian on the one-sided full shift space over a finite symbol set, which is constructed as a renormalized limit of finite difference operators. We propose a weak de-nition of this Laplacian, analogous to the one in calculus, by choosing test functions as those which have finite energy and vanish on various boundary sets. In the abstract setting of the shift space, the boundary sets are chosen to be the sets on which the finite difference operators are defined. We then define the Neumann derivative of functions on these boundary sets and establish a relation between three important concepts in analysis so far, namely, the Laplacian, the bilinear energy form and the Neumann derivative of a function. As a result, we obtain the Gauss-Green’s formula analogous to the one in classical case. We conclude this paper by providing a sufficient condition for the Neumann boundary value problem on the shift space.

[Forthcoming] A result on Bruck Conjecture related to Shift Polynomials

This paper mainly concerns about establishing the Bruck conjecture for differential-difference polynomial generated by an entire function. The polynomial considered is of finite order and involves the entire function $$$f(z)$$$ and its shift $$$f(z + c)$$$ where $$$c \in ℂ$$$. Suitable examples are given to prove the sharpness of sharing exceptional values of Borel and Nevanlinna.

[Forthcoming] Explicit formulas of the heat kernel on the quaternionic projective spaces

We consider the heat equation on the quaternionic projective space $$$P_{n}(ℍ)$$$, and we establish two formulas for the heat kernel, a series expansion involving Jacobi polynomials, and an integral representation involving a $$$\theta$$$-function. More precisely, using the quaternonic Hopf fibration and the explicit integral representation of the heat kernel on the complex projective space $$$P_{2n+1}(ℂ)$$$, as well as an integral representation of Jacobi polynomials in terms of Gegenbauer polynomials, we give an explicit integral representation of the heat kernel on the $$$n$$$-quaternionic projective space. We also establish an explicit series expansion of the heat kernel in terms of the Jacobi polynomials. Moreover, we derive an explicit formula of the heat kernel on the sphere $$$S^4$$$.

[Forthcoming] Limit sets and global dynamic for 2-D divergence-free vector fields

The global structure of divergence-free vector fields on closed surfaces is investigated. We prove that if *M* is a closed surface and *$$${V}$$$* is a divergence-free $$$C^{1}$$$-vector field with finitely many singularities on *M* then every orbit *L* of $$$\mathcal{V}$$$ is one of the following types: (i) a singular point, (ii) a periodic orbit, (iii) a closed (non periodic) orbit in *M** = *M* - Sing($$$\mathcal{V}$$$), (iv) a locally dense orbit, where Sing($$$\mathcal{V}$$$) denotes the set of singular points of $$$\mathcal{V}$$$. On the other hand, we show that the complementary in *M* of periodic components and minimal components is a compact invariant subset consisting of singularities and closed (non compact) orbits in *M**. These results extend those of T. Ma and S. Wang in [Discrete Contin. Dynam. Systems, 7 (2001), 431-445] established when the divergence-free vector field $$$\mathcal{V}$$$ is regular that is all its singular points are non-degenerate.

2020

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Volume 21- 12

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Volume 22- 13

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