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## Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - B

March 2019 , Volume 24 , Issue 3

Special issue on dynamics and control in distributed systems: Dedicated to the memory of Valery S. Melnik (1952-2007)

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A chemotherapy model for cancer treatment is studied, where the chemotherapy agent and cells are assumed to follow a predator-prey type relation. The time delays from the instant that the chemotherapy agent is injected to the instant that the treatment is effective are taken into account and dynamics of systems with or without delays are compared. First basic properties of solutions including existence and uniqueness, boundedness and positiveness are discussed. Then conditions on model parameters are established for different outcomes of the treatment. Numerical simulations are provided to illustrate theoretical results.

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We characterize when the classical first and second kind of periodic orbits of the planar circular restricted

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The analytical approach for solution of pursuit differential-difference games with pure time-lag is considered. For the pursuit local problem with the fixed time the scheme of the method of resolving functions and Pontryagin's first direct method are developed. The integral presentation of game solution based on the time-delay exponential is proposed at first time. The guaranteed times of the game termination are found, and corresponding control laws are constructed. Comparison of the times of approach by the method of resolving functions and Pontryagin's first direct method for the initial problem are made.

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We consider a simplified version of the Budyko diffusive energy balance climate model. We obtain the exact number of monotone stationary solutions of the associated discontinuous nonlinear elliptic with absorption. We show that the bifurcation curve, in terms of the solar constant parameter, is S-shaped. We prove the instability of the decreasing part and the stability of the increasing part of the bifurcation curve. In terms of the Budyko climate problem the above results lead to an important qualitative information which is far to be evident and which seems to be new in the mathematical literature on climate models. We prove that if the solar constant is represented by

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In this paper we study the robustness of dynamically gradient multivalued semiflows. As an application, we describe the dynamical properties of a family of Chafee-Infante problems approximating a differential inclusion studied in [

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In this paper, we consider the environmental defensive expenditures model with delay proposed by Russu in [

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In this paper we study the problem of Levitan/Bohr almost periodicity of solutions for dissipative differential equations (Bronshtein's conjecture for Bohr almost periodic case). We give a positive answer to this conjecture for monotone Levitan/Bohr almost periodic systems of differential/difference equations.

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The paper gives a comprehensive study of Inertial Manifolds for hyperbolic relaxations of an abstract semilinear parabolic equation in a Hilbert space. A new scheme of constructing Inertial Manifolds for such type of problems is suggested and optimal spectral gap conditions which guarantee their existence are established. Moreover, the dependence of the constructed manifolds on the relaxation parameter in the case of the parabolic singular limit is also studied.

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We consider the nonautonomous perturbation

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Sometimes it is not possible to prove the uniqueness of the weak solutions for problems of mathematical physics, but it is possible to bootstrap their regularity to the regularity of strong solutions which are unique. In this paper we formulate an abstract setting for such class of problems and we provide the conditions under which the global attractors for both strong and weak solutions coincide and the fractal dimension of the common attractor is finite. We present two problems belonging to this class: planar Rayleigh–Bénard flow of thermomicropolar fluid and surface quasigeostrophic equation on torus.

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In this paper we study the dynamical system generated by the solutions of optimal control problems. We obtain suitable conditions under which such systems generate multivalued semiprocesses. We prove the existence of uniform attractors for the multivalued semiprocess generated by the solutions of controlled reaction-diffusion equations and study its properties.

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In this work, we consider a dynamical system generated by a parabolic-hyperbolic equation with non-local boundary conditions. The optimal control problem for this system is studied using a notion of quasi-optimal solution. Existence and uniqueness of quasi-optimal control are proved.

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Reaction-diffusion equations on time-variable domains are instrinsically nonautonomous even if the coefficients in the equation do not depend explicitly on time. Thus the appropriate asymptotic concepts, such as attractors, are nonautonomous. Forward attracting sets based on omega-limit sets are considered in this paper. These are related to the Vishik uniform attractor but are not as restrictive since they depend only on the dynamics in the distant future. They are usually not invariant. Here it is shown that they are asymptotically positively invariant, in general, and, if the future dynamics is appropriately uniform, also asymptotically negatively invariant as well as upper semi continuous dependence in a parameter will be established. These results also apply to reaction-diffusion equations on a fixed domain.

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We study an optimal control problem for one class of non-linear elliptic equations with

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This paper is devoted to the existence of solutions for space-fractional parabolic hemivariational inequalities by means of the well-known surjectivity result for multivalued ($S_+$) type mappings.

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The focus is on the existence of weak solutions to the quasilinear first-order partial differential inclusion

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Our aim in this article is to study generalizations of the nonconserved Caginalp phase-field system based on the Maxwell-Cattaneo law with two temperatures for heat conduction and with logarithmic nonlinear terms. We obtain well-posedness results and study the asymptotic behavior of the system. In particular, we prove the existence of the global attractor. Furthermore, we give some numerical simulations, obtained with the $\mathtt{FreeFem++}$ software [

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This paper deals with the asymptotic behavior of the solutions of the non-autonomous one-dimensional stochastic Keller-Segel equations defined in a bounded interval with Neumann boundary conditions. We prove the existence and uniqueness of tempered pullback random attractors under certain conditions. We also establish the convergence of the solutions as well as the pullback random attractors of the stochastic equations as the intensity of noise approaches zero.

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We study an optimal control problem associated to a Dirichlet boundary value problem of the type

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