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TWe prove the existence of
where the non-linear term
In this paper we consider a class of continuity equations that are conditioned to stay in general space-time domains, which is formulated as a continuum limit of interacting particle systems. Firstly, we study the well-posedness of the solutions and provide examples illustrating that the stability of solutions is strongly related to the decay of initial data at infinity. In the second part, we consider the vanishing viscosity approximation of the system, given with the co-normal boundary data. If the domain is spatially convex, the limit coincides with the solution of our original system, giving another interpretation to the equation.
We study the emergent collective behaviors for an ensemble of identical Kuramoto oscillators under the effect of inertia. In the absence of inertial effects, it is well known that the generic initial Kuramoto ensemble relaxes to the phase-locked states asymptotically (emergence of complete synchronization) in a large coupling regime. Similarly, even for the presence of inertial effects, similar collective behaviors are observed numerically for generic initial configurations in a large coupling strength regime. However, this phenomenon has not been verified analytically in full generality yet, although there are several partial results in some restricted set of initial configurations. In this paper, we present several improved complete synchronization estimates for the Kuramoto ensemble with inertia in two frameworks for a finite system. Our improved frameworks describe the emergence of phase-locked states and its structure. Additionally, we show that as the number of oscillators tends to infinity, the Kuramoto ensemble with infinite size can be approximated by the corresponding kinetic mean-field model uniformly in time. Moreover, we also establish the global existence of measure-valued solutions for the Kuramoto equation and its large-time asymptotics.
We prove that on a large family of metric measure spaces, if the
We study the nonlinear Fokker-Planck equation on graphs, which is the gradient flow in the space of probability measures supported on the nodes with respect to the discrete Wasserstein metric. The energy functional driving the gradient flow consists of a Boltzmann entropy, a linear potential and a quadratic interaction energy. We show that the solution converges to the Gibbs measures exponentially fast. The continuous analog of this asymptotic rate is related to the Yano's formula.
We consider in this work a system of two stochastic differential equations named the perturbed compositional gradient flow. By introducing a separation of fast and slow scales of the two equations, we show that the limit of the slow motion is given by an averaged ordinary differential equation. We then demonstrate that the deviation of the slow motion from the averaged equation, after proper rescaling, converges to a stochastic process with Gaussian inputs. This indicates that the slow motion can be approximated in the weak sense by a standard perturbed gradient flow or the continuous-time stochastic gradient descent algorithm that solves the optimization problem for a composition of two functions. As an application, the perturbed compositional gradient flow corresponds to the diffusion limit of the Stochastic Composite Gradient Descent (SCGD) algorithm for minimizing a composition of two expected-value functions in the optimization literatures. For the strongly convex case, such an analysis implies that the SCGD algorithm has the same convergence time asymptotic as the classical stochastic gradient descent algorithm. Thus it validates, at the level of continuous approximation, the effectiveness of using the SCGD algorithm in the strongly convex case.
We prove the existence of solutions for a coupled system modeling the flow of a suspension of fluid and negatively buoyant non-colloidal particles in the thin film limit. The equations take the form of a fourth-order non-linear degenerate parabolic equation for the film height
We will show that, when
We consider a space
We study the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLS) on a star graph
This paper deals with a parabolic-elliptic chemotaxis system with nonlocal type of source in the whole space. It's proved that the initial value problem possesses a unique global solution which is uniformly bounded. Here we identify the exponents regimes of nonlinear reaction and aggregation in such a way that their scaling and the diffusion term coincide (see Introduction). Comparing to the classical KS model (without the source term), it's shown that how energy estimates give natural conditions on the nonlinearities implying the absence of blow-up for the solution without any restriction on the initial data.
We consider the correlation functions of binary pattern sequences of degree 3 as well as those with general degrees and special patterns and obtain necessary and sufficient conditions to be noncorrelated. We also obtain the correlation dimensions for those with degree 2.
We consider linear cocycles over non-uniformly hyperbolic dynamical systems. The base system is a diffeomorphism
We study chaotic properties of uniformly convergent nonautonomous dynamical systems. We show that, contrary to the autonomous systems on the compact interval, positivity of topological sequence entropy and occurrence of Li-Yorke chaos are not equivalent, more precisely, neither of the two possible implications is true.
In this paper, we construct the Brin-Katok formula of conditional entropy for invariant measures of continuous maps on a compact metric space by replacing the Bowen metrics with the corresponding mean metrics. Additionally, this paper is also devoted to establishing the Katok's entropy formula of conditional entropy for ergodic measures in the case of mean metrics.
It was showed that the generalized Camassa-Holm equation possible development of singularities in finite time, and beyond the occurrence of wave breaking which exists either global conservative or dissipative solutions. In present paper, we will further investigate the uniqueness of global conservative solutions to it based on the characteristics. From a given conservative solution
We study whether the solutions of a parabolic equation with diffusion given by the fractional Laplacian and a dominating gradient term satisfy Dirichlet boundary data in the classical sense or in the generalized sense of viscosity solutions. The Dirichlet problem is well posed globally in time when boundary data is assumed to be satisfied in the latter sense. Thus, our main results are a) the existence of solutions which satisfy the boundary data in the classical sense for a small time, for all Hölder-continuous initial data, with Hölder exponent above a critical a value, and b) the nonexistence of solutions satisfying the boundary data in the classical sense for all time. In this case, the phenomenon of loss of boundary conditions occurs in finite time, depending on a largeness condition on the initial data.
Collision avoidance is an interesting feature of the Cucker-Smale (CS) model of flocking that has been studied in many works, e.g. [
We consider the Cauchy problem of the
This paper deals with the initial value problem for a class of degenerate nonlinear parabolic equations on a bounded domain in
Chen, Li and Li [Adv. Math., 308(2017), pp. 404-437] developed a direct method of moving planes for the fractional Laplacian. In this paper, we extend their method to the logarithmic Laplacian. We consider both the logarithmic equation and the system. To carry out the method, we establish two kinds of narrow region principle for the equation and the system separately. Then using these narrow region principles, we give the radial symmetry results for the solutions to semi-linear logarithmic Laplacian equations and systems on the ball.
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