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           nonautonomous parabolic equation

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      Authors: Jintao Wang, Desheng Li, Jinqiao Duan
      Pages: 1 - 33
      Abstract: We establish the compactly generated shape (H-shape) index theory for local semiflows on complete metric spaces via more general shape index pairs, which allows the phase space to be not separable. The main advantages are that the quotient space $N/E$ is not necessarily metrizable for the shape index pair $(N,E)$ and $N\setminus E$ need not to be a neighbourhood of the compact invariant set. Moreover, we define H-shape cohomology groups and the H-shape cohomology index that is used to develop the Morse equations. Particularly, we apply H-shape index theory to an abstract retarded nonautonomous parabolic equation to illustrate these advantages for the new shape index theory, in which we obtain a special existence property of bounded full solutions.
      PubDate: 2022-03-06
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  • Positive solutions of Neumann boundary value problems and applications to
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      Authors: Ziyi Cai, Kunquan Lan
      Pages: 35 - 52
      Abstract: We study the existence of nonzero nonnegative or strictly positive solutions of second order Neumann boundary value problems with nonlinearities which are allowed to take negative values via a recently established fixed point theorem for $r$-nowhere normal-outward maps in Banach spaces. As applications, we obtain results on the existence of strictly positive solutions for some models of population inhabiting one dimensional heterogeneous environments with perfect barriers, where the local rate of change in the population density changes sign.
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  • Isolating neighborhoods and their stability for differential inclusions
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      Authors: Cameron Thieme
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      Abstract: Conley index theory is a powerful topological tool for obtaining information about invariant sets in dynamical systems. A key feature of Conley theory is that the index is robust under perturbation; given a continuous family of flows $\{\varphi_\lambda\}$, the index remains constant over a range of parameter values, avoiding many of the complications associated with bifurcations. This theory is well-developed for flows and homeomorphisms, and has even been extended to certain classes of semiflows. However, in recent years mathematicians and scientists have become interested in differential inclusions. Here the theory has also been studied for inclusions which satisfy certain bounding properties. In this paper we extend some of these results-in particular, the stability of isolating neighbourhoods under perturbation-to inclusions which do not satisfy these bounding properties. We do so by utilizing a novel approach to the solution set of differential inclusions which results in an object called a multiflow. This perspective allows us to relax the assumptions of the earlier work and also to develop tools needed to extend the continuation of Conley's attractor-repeller decomposition to differential inclusions, a result which is addressed in subsequent work. Our interest in these results is in the study of piecewise-continuous differential equations-which are typically reframed as a certain type of differential inclusion called Filippov systems-and how these discontinuous equations relate to families of smooth systems which limit to them. Therefore this paper also discusses in some detail how the generalization of Conley index theory applies to Filippov systems.
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      Authors: Qin Xing
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      Abstract: The goal of this paper is to consider fractional differential hemivariational inequalities (FDHVIs, for short) in the framework of Banach spaces. Our first aim is to investigate the existence of mild solutions to FDHVIs by means of a fixed point technique avoiding the hypothesis of compactness on the semigroup. The second step of the paper is to study the existence of decay mild solutions to FDHVIs via giving asymptotic behavior of Mittag-Leffler function.
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  • Sign-preserving solutions for a class of asymptotically linear systems of
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  • Hopf bifurcation in a diffusive predator-prey model with a square-root
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  • Unbalanced fractional elliptic problems with exponential nonlinearity:
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      Authors: Deepak Kumar, Vicenţiu D. Rădulescu, Konijeti Sreenadh
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  • Topological pressure for discontinuous semiflows and a variational
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      Authors: Lucas Backes, Fagner B. Rodrigues
      Pages: 303 - 330
      Abstract: We introduce four, a priori different, concepts of topological pressure for possibly discontinuous semiflows acting on a compact metric space and observe that they all agree with the classical one when restricted to the continuous setting. Moreover, for a class of \emph{impulsive semiflows}, which appear to be examples of discontinuous systems, we prove a variational principle. As a consequence, we conclude that for this class of systems the four notions of pressure coincide and, moreover, they also coincide with a concept of the topological pressure introduced in \cite{ACS17}.
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      DOI: 10.12775/TMNA.2021.027
       
  • Liouville-type theorems for generalized Hénon-Lane-Emden Schrödinger
           systems in $R^2$ and $R^3$

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      Authors: Xiyou Cheng, Kui Li, Zhitao Zhang
      Pages: 331 - 357
      Abstract: In the paper we study the Liouville-type theorems for generalized Hénon-Lane-Emden elliptic system in $\mathbb{R}^N$. By the methods of spherical averages, Rellich-Pohozaev type identities, Sobolev inequalities on $S^{N-1}$, feedback and measure arguments, and scale invariance of the solutions, we show that if the pair of exponents is subcritical, then this system has no positive solutions for $N=2$ and no bounded positive solutions for $N=3$.
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  • The Airy equations with impulsive effect: multi-valued nonlinear
           perturbations

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      Authors: Zhong-Xin Ma, Rong-Nian Wang, Yang-Yang Yu
      Pages: 359 - 384
      Abstract: We study the topological regularity of solutions to the Cauchy problem of a (spatial) third-order partial differential equation with a multi-valued perturbation and an impulsive effect. In the framework of the functional space, the principal part of the differential operator corresponds to an Airy operator generating a noncompact $C_0$-group of unitary operators. Our attention is concerned with the $R_\delta$\text{-}structure of the solution set for the Cauchy problem. Geometric aspects of the corresponding solution map are also considered. In our main results, no any compactness condition on the impulsive functions is needed. Moreover, we give illustrating examples for the nonlinearity and impulsive functions.
      PubDate: 2022-03-13
      DOI: 10.12775/TMNA.2021.033
       
  • A heterogeneous diffusive logistic model with constant yield harvesting in
           $\mathbb{R^N}$ under strong growth rate

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      Authors: Hossein Tehrani
      Pages: 385 - 408
      Abstract: We study existence of positive solutions of the following heterogeneous diffusive logistic equation with a harvesting term, \begin{equation*} -\Delta u =\lambda a(x) u -b(x) u^2 - c h(x), \quad\text{in } \mathbb{R}^N,\qquad \lim_{ x \rightarrow\infty}u(x)=0, \end{equation*} where $\lambda$ and $c$ are positive constant, $h(x)$, $b(x)$ are nonnegative and there exists a bounded region $\Omega_0$ such that $\overline{\Omega}_0 = \{ x : b(x)=0 \}$. Under the strong growth rate assumption, that is, when $\lambda \geq \lambda_1(\Omega_0)$, the first eigenvalue of weighted eigenvalue problem $-\Delta v=\mu a(x)v$ in $\Omega_0$ with Dirichlet boundary condition, we will show that if $h \equiv 0$ in $\mathbb{R}^N\setminus\overline{\Omega}_0$ then our equation has a unique positive solution for all $c$ large, provided that $\lambda$ is in a right neighborhood of $\lambda_1 (\Omega_0)$. In addition we prove a new result on the positive solution set of this equation in the weak growth rate case complimenting existing results in the literature.
      PubDate: 2022-03-13
      DOI: 10.12775/TMNA.2021.034
       
 
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