2 edition of Compactness conditions for nonlinear stochastic differential and integral equations found in the catalog.
Compactness conditions for nonlinear stochastic differential and integral equations
Includes bibliographical references (p. -139).
|Series||Rozprawy habilitacyjne Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego,, nr 357, Rozprawy habilitacyjne (Uniwersytet Jagielloński) ;, nr 357.|
|LC Classifications||QA274.23 W43 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||2004370163|
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Compactness Conditions in the Theory of Nonlinear Differential and Integral Equations JózefBanaV,1 MohammadMursaleen,2 BeataRzepka,1 andKishinSadarangani3 1DepartmentofMathematics,RzeszowUniversityofTechnology,nc ´ow,Warszawy8,Rzeszow,Poland 2DepartmentofMathematics,AligarhMuslimUniversity,Aligarh,India.
All the results are derived from several compactness arguments, due mainly to the author, and are suitably illustrated by examples arising from various concrete problems - for example, nonlinear diffusion, heat conduction in materials with memory, fluid dynamics, and vibrations of Cited by: The concept of the compactness appears very frequently in explicit or implicit form in many branches of mathematics.
Particulary, it plays a fundamental role in mathematical analysis and topology and creates the basis of several investigations conducted in nonlinear analysis and the theories of functional, differential, and integral : Józef Banaś, Mohammad Mursaleen, Beata Rzepka, Kishin Sadarangani.
Compactness Conditions in the Theory of Nonlinear Differential and Integral Equations. The fractional order nonlinear functional differential equation is given as a special case.
We consider systems of nonlinear parabolic stochastic partial differential equations with dynamical boundary conditions. These boundary conditions are qualitatively different from the standard, like Dirichlet, or Neumann, or Robin boundary conditions.
Such conditions contain a time derivative and can be used to describe mathematical models with a dynamics on the by: which is a very useful class of differential equations often arising in applications.
The usefulness of linear Compactness conditions for nonlinear stochastic differential and integral equations book is that we can actually solve these equations unlike general non-linear differential equations.
This kind of equations will be analyzed in the next section. Solutionsoflineartime-invariantdifferentialequationsFile Size: 1MB. Note that the existence theory of solutions for deterministic integral equations is based on either contraction-type arguments or on Schauder-type compactness arguments.
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In Chapter VI we present a solution of the linear ﬂltering problem (of which problem 3 is an example), using the stochastic calculus. Problem 4 is the Dirichlet problem. Although this isFile Size: 1MB. Fuhrman M, Tessitore G () Nonlinear Kolmogorov equations in infinite dimensional spaces: the backward stochastic differential equations approach and applications to optimal control.
Ann Probab 30(3)– MathSciNet zbMATH Google Scholar. Solution Methods of Stochastic Differential Equations The method that will be presented and applied further down is based on the Ito norm (Ito) and is used for the reduction of an autonomous nonlinear stochastic differential equation in the form of (Kloeden and Platen ): dy(t) = a(y(t))dt +b(y(t))dw(t) (3) into a linear.
As the title suggests, this book presents several methods of nonlinear analysis for the treatment of nonlinear integral equations. To this end the book is developed on two levels which interfere.
Necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of weak solutions to stochastic differential inclusions with convex right-hand sides are given. The main results of the paper deal with the weak compactness with respect to the convergence in distribution of solution sets to such by: The book covers several topics of current interest in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations and their applications to the physics of continuous media and particle interactions.
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Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses nonlinear equations in abstract spaces. Although basic laws generally lead to nonlinear differential and integral equations in many areas, linear approximations are usually employed for mathematical tractability and the use of superposition.
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