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Almahalebi, Muaadh; Chahbi, Abdellatif
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The aim of this paper is to introduce and solve the
pradical functional equation
$$f\left( {\sqrt[p]{{x^p + y^p }}} \right) = f\left( x \right) + f\left( y \right),p \in \mathbb{N}_2 .$$
We also state an analogue of the fixed point theorem [12, Theorem 1] in 2Banach spaces and investigate stability for this equation in 2Banach spaces.
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Ji, Lina; Zheng, Xiangqi
For continuousstate branching processes in Lévy random environments, the recursion of nmoments and the equivalent condition for the existence of general fmoments are established, where f is a positive continuous function satisfying some standard conditions.
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Liang, Zaitao; Yang, Yanjuan
In this paper, we study the existence of nontrivial radial convex solutions of a singular Dirichlet problem involving the mean curvature operator in Minkowski space. The proof is based on a wellknown fixed point theorem in cones. We deal with more general nonlinear term than those in the literature.
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Hu, Zejun; Yin, Jiabin
Associated with an immersion φ : S^{3} → ℂP^{3}, we can define a canonical bundle endomorphism F : TS^{3} → TS^{3} by the pull back of the Kahler form of ℂP^{3}. In this article, related to F we study equivariant minimal immersions from S^{3} into ℂP^{3} under the additional condition (∇_{X}F)X = 0 for all X ∈ ker (F). As main result, we give a complete classification of such kinds of immersions. Moreover, we also construct a typical example of equivariant nonminimal immersion φ: S^{3} → ℂP^{3} satisfying (∇_{X}F)X = 0 for all X ∈ ker (F), which is neither Lagrangian nor of CR type.
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Balan, Raluca M; QuerSardanyons, Lluís; Song, Jian
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In this article, we consider the Parabolic Anderson Model with constant initial condition, driven by a spacetime homogeneous Gaussian noise, with general covariance function in time and spatial spectral measure satisfying Dalang’s condition. First, we prove that the solution (in the Skorohod sense) exists and is continuous in L^{p} (Ω). Then, we show that the solution has a modification whose sample paths are Hölder continuous in space and time, under the minimal condition on the spatial spectral measure of the noise (which is the same as the condition encountered in the case of the white noise in time). This improves similar results which were obtained in [6, 10] under more restrictive conditions, and with suboptimal exponents for Hölder continuity.
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Dai, Shaoyu; Chen, Huaihui
We establish a precise Schwarz lemma for realvalued and bounded harmonic functions in the real unit ball of dimension n. This extends Chen’s SchwarzPick lemma for realvalued and bounded planar harmonic mapping.
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Peng, Ru; Xing, Xiaolei; Jiang, Liangying
This article is devoted to characterizing the boundedness and compactness of multiplication operators from Hardy spaces to weighted Bergman spaces in the unit ball of ℂ^{n}.
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Liu, Debin; Zhang, Pan
In this paper, we solve the Dirichlet problem for the HermitianEinstein equations on Higgs bundles over compact Hermitian manifolds. Then we prove the existence of the HermitianEinstein metrics on Higgs bundles over a class of complete Hermitian manifolds.
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Pal, Subha; Haloi, Rajib
In this article, we prove the existence and uniqueness of solutions of the NavierStokes equations with Navier slip boundary condition for incompressible fluid in a bounded domain of ℝ^{3}. The results are established by the Galerkin approximation method and improved the existing results.
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Li, Banghe
Hilbert problem 15 required understanding Schubert’s book. In this book, reducing to degenerate cases was one of the main methods for enumeration. We found that nonstandard analysis is a suitable tool for making rigorous of Schubert’s proofs of some results, which used degeneration method, but are obviously not rigorous. In this paper, we give a rigorous proof for Example 4 in Schubert’s book, Chapter 1. §4 according to his idea. This shows that Schubert’s intuitive idea is correct, but to make it rigorous a lot of work should be done.
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