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ON EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS OF DEGENERATE WAVE EQUATIONS WITH NONLINEAR DAMPING TERMS

  • Park, Jong-Yeoul;Bae, Jeong-Ja
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.35 no.2
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    • pp.465-490
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    • 1998
  • In this paper, we consider the existence and asymptotic behavior of solutions of the following problem: $u_{tt}$ -(t, x) - (∥∇u(t, x)∥(equation omitted) + ∥∇v(t, x) (equation omitted)$^{\gamma}$ $\Delta$u(t, x)+$\delta$$u_{t}$ (t, x)│sup p-1/ $u_{t}$ (t, x) = $\mu$│u(t, x) $^{q-1}$u(t, x), x$\in$$\Omega$, t$\in$[0, T], $v_{tt}$ (t, x) - (∥∇uu(t, x) (equation omitted) + ∥∇v(t, x) (equation omitted)sup ${\gamma}$/ $\Delta$v(t, x)+$\delta$$v_{t}$ (t, x)│sup p-1/ $u_{t}$ (t, x) = $\mu$ u(t, x) $^{q-1}$u(t, x), x$\in$$\Omega$, t$\in$[0, T], u(0, x) = $u_{0}$ (x), $u_{t}$ (0, x) = $u_1$(x), x$\in$$\Omega$, u(0, x) = $v_{0}$ (x), $v_{t}$ (0, x) = $v_1$(x), x$\in$$\Omega$, u│∂$\Omega$=v│∂$\Omega$=0 T > 0, q > 1, p $\geq$1, $\delta$ > 0, $\mu$ $\in$ R, ${\gamma}$ $\geq$ 1 and $\Delta$ is the Laplacian in $R^{N}$.X> N/.

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REGULARITY AND MULTIPLICITY OF SOLUTIONS FOR A NONLOCAL PROBLEM WITH CRITICAL SOBOLEV-HARDY NONLINEARITIES

  • Alotaibi, Sarah Rsheed Mohamed;Saoudi, Kamel
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.57 no.3
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    • pp.747-775
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    • 2020
  • In this work we investigate the nonlocal elliptic equation with critical Hardy-Sobolev exponents as follows, $$(P)\;\{(-{\Delta}_p)^su={\lambda}{\mid}u{\mid}^{q-2}u+{\frac{{\mid}u{\mid}^{p{^*_s}(t)-2}u}{{\mid}x{\mid}^t}}{\hspace{10}}in\;{\Omega},\\u=0{\hspace{217}}in\;{\mathbb{R}}^N{\backslash}{\Omega},$$ where Ω ⊂ ℝN is an open bounded domain with Lipschitz boundary, 0 < s < 1, λ > 0 is a parameter, 0 < t < sp < N, 1 < q < p < ps where $p^*_s={\frac{N_p}{N-sp}}$, $p^*_s(t)={\frac{p(N-t)}{N-sp}}$, are the fractional critical Sobolev and Hardy-Sobolev exponents respectively. The fractional p-laplacian (-∆p)su with s ∈ (0, 1) is the nonlinear nonlocal operator defined on smooth functions by $\displaystyle(-{\Delta}_p)^su(x)=2{\lim_{{\epsilon}{\searrow}0}}\int{_{{\mathbb{R}}^N{\backslash}{B_{\epsilon}}}}\;\frac{{\mid}u(x)-u(y){\mid}^{p-2}(u(x)-u(y))}{{\mid}x-y{\mid}^{N+ps}}dy$, x ∈ ℝN. The main goal of this work is to show how the usual variational methods and some analysis techniques can be extended to deal with nonlocal problems involving Sobolev and Hardy nonlinearities. We also prove that for some α ∈ (0, 1), the weak solution to the problem (P) is in C1,α(${\bar{\Omega}}$).

AN EXTERESION THEOREM FOR THE FOLLAND-STEIN SPACES

  • Kim, Yonne-Mi
    • Communications of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.49-55
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    • 1995
  • This paper is the third of a series in which smoothness properties of function in several variables are discussed. The germ of the whole theory was laid in the works by Folland and Stein [4]. On nilpotent Lie groups, they difined analogues of the classical $L^p$ Sobolev or potential spaces in terms of fractional powers of sub-Laplacian, L and extended several basic theorems from the Euclidean theory of differentaiability to these spaces: interpolation properties, boundedness of singular integrals,..., and imbeding theorems. In this paper we study the analogue to the extension theorem for the Folland-Stein spaces. The analogue to Stein's restriction theorem were studied by M. Mekias [5] and Y.M. Kim [6]. First, we have the space of Bessel potentials on the Heisenberg group introduced by Folland [4].

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WEAK SOLUTIONS AND ENERGY ESTIMATES FOR A DEGENERATE NONLOCAL PROBLEM INVOLVING SUB-LINEAR NONLINEARITIES

  • Chu, Jifeng;Heidarkhani, Shapour;Kou, Kit Ian;Salari, Amjad
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.54 no.5
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    • pp.1573-1594
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    • 2017
  • This paper deals with the existence and energy estimates of solutions for a class of degenerate nonlocal problems involving sub-linear nonlinearities, while the nonlinear part of the problem admits some hypotheses on the behavior at origin or perturbation property. In particular, for a precise localization of the parameter, the existence of a non-zero solution is established requiring the sublinearity of nonlinear part at origin and infinity. We also consider the existence of solutions for our problem under algebraic conditions with the classical Ambrosetti-Rabinowitz. In what follows, by combining two algebraic conditions on the nonlinear term which guarantees the existence of two solutions as well as applying the mountain pass theorem given by Pucci and Serrin, we establish the existence of the third solution for our problem. Moreover, concrete examples of applications are provided.

CRITICAL BLOW-UP AND EXTINCTION EXPONENTS FOR NON-NEWTON POLYTROPIC FILTRATION EQUATION WITH SOURCE

  • Zhou, Jun;Mu, Chunlai
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.46 no.6
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    • pp.1159-1173
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    • 2009
  • This paper deals with the critical blow-up and extinction exponents for the non-Newton polytropic filtration equation. We reveals a fact that the equation admits two critical exponents $q_1,\;q_2\;{\in}\;(0,+{\infty})$) with $q_1\;{<}\;q_2$. In other words, when q belongs to different intervals (0, $q_1),\;(q_1,\;q_2),\;(q_2,+{\infty}$), the solution possesses complete different properties. More precisely speaking, as far as the blow-up exponent is concerned, the global existence case consists of the interval (0, $q_2$]. However, when q ${\in}\;(q_2,+{\infty}$), there exist both global solutions and blow-up solutions. As for the extinction exponent, the extinction case happens to the interval ($q_1,+{\infty}$), while for q ${\in}\;(0,\;q_1$), there exists a non-extinction bounded solution for any nonnegative initial datum. Moreover, when the critical case q = $q_1$ is concerned, the other parameter ${\lambda}$ will play an important role. In other words, when $\lambda$ belongs to different interval (0, ${\lambda}_1$) or (${\lambda}_1$,+${\infty}$), where ${\lambda}_1$ is the first eigenvalue of p-Laplacian equation with zero boundary value condition, the solution has completely different properties.

POSITIVE SOLUTIONS OF NONLINEAR m-POINT BVP FOR AN INCREASING HOMEOMORPHISM AND POSITIVE HOMOMORPHISM ON TIME SCALES

  • Han, Wei;Jin, Zhen;Zhang, Guang
    • Journal of applied mathematics & informatics
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    • v.28 no.5_6
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    • pp.1171-1184
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    • 2010
  • In this paper, by using fixed point theorems in cones, the existence of positive solutions is considered for nonlinear m-point boundary value problem for the following second-order dynamic equations on time scales $({\phi}(u^{\Delta}))^{\nabla}+a(t)f(t,\;u(t))=0$, t $\in$ (0, T), $u(0)=\sum\limits^{m-2}_{i=1}a_iu(\xi_i)$, $\phi(u^{\Delta}(T))=\sum\limits^{m-2}_{i=1}b_i{\phi}(u^{\Delta}(\xi_i))$, where $\phi$ : R $\rightarrow$ R is an increasing homeomorphism and positive homomorphism and ${\phi}(0)=0$. In [27], we obtained the existence results of the above problem for an increasing homeomorphism and positive homomorphism with sign changing nonlinearity. The purpose of this paper is to supplement with a result in the case when the nonlinear term f is nonnegative, and the most point we must point out for readers is that there is only the p-Laplacian case for increasing homeomorphism and positive homomorphism due to the sign restriction. As an application, one example to demonstrate our results are given.