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Feed provided by Journal of Mahani Mathematical Research Center. Click to visit.Nonlinear oscillation of certain third-order neutral differential equation with distributed delay
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The authors obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of oscillatory solutions with a specified asymptotic behavior of solutions to a nonlinear neutral differential equation with distributed delay of third order. We give new theorems which ensure that every solution to be either oscillatory or converges to zero asymptotically. Examples dwelling upon the importance of applicability of these results.Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:30:00 +0100Some results on convergence and existence of best proximity points
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In this paper, we introduce generalized cyclic φ-contraction maps in metric spaces and give some results of best proximity points of such mappings in the setting of a uniformly convex Banach space. Moreover, we obtain convergence and existence results of proximity points of the mappings on reflexive Banach spacesWed, 28 Feb 2018 20:30:00 +0100Split-step finite difference schemes for solving the nonlinear Fisher Equation
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In this work, we propose several simple but accurate finite difference schemes to approximate the solutions of the nonlinear Fisher equation, which describes an interaction between logistic growth and diffusion process occurring in many biological and chemical phenomena. All schemes are based upon thetime-splitting finite difference approximations.The operator splitting transforms the original problem into two subproblems: nonlinearlogistic and linear diffusion, each with its own boundary conditions. The diffusion equation is solved by three well-known stable and consistent methods while the logistic equation by a combination of method of lagging and a two-step approximation that is not only preserve positivity but also boundedness. The new proposed schemes and the previous standard schemes are testedon a range of problems with analytical solutions. A comparison showsthat the new schemes are simple, effective and very successful in solving the Fisher equation.Tue, 30 Oct 2018 20:30:00 +0100A TAXICAB VERSION OF A TRIANGLE' S APOLLONIUS CIRCLE
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One of the most famous problems of classical geometry is the Apollonius' problem asks construction of a circle which is tangent to three given objects. These objects are usually taken as points, lines, and circles. This well known problem was posed by Apollonius of Perga ( about 262 - 190 B.C.) who was a Greek mathematician known as the great geometer of ancient times after Euclid and Archimedes. The Apollonius' problem can be reduced specically to the question Is there the circle that touches all three excircles of given triangle and encompasses them? " when all three objects are circles. In literature, altough there are a lot of works on the solution of this question in the Euclidean plane, there is not the work on this question in different metric geometries. In this paper, we give that the conditions of existence of Apollonius taxicab circle for any triangle.Sun, 22 Jul 2018 19:30:00 +0100