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DCDS-B

A class of stochastic optimal control problems of infinite dimensional Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes of neutral type are considered. One special feature of the system under investigation is that time delays are present in the control. An equivalent formulation between an adjoint stochastic controlled delay differential equation and its lifted control system (without delays) is developed. As a consequence, the finite time quadratic regulator problem governed by this formulation is solved based on a direct solution of some associated Riccati equation.

MBE

Recently an SIS epidemic reaction-diffusion model with Neumann (or no-flux) boundary condition has been proposed and studied by several authors to understand the dynamics of disease transmission in a spatially heterogeneous environment in which the individuals are subject to a random movement. Many important and interesting properties have been obtained: such as the role of diffusion coefficients in defining the reproductive number; the global stability of disease-free equilibrium; the existence and uniqueness of a positive endemic steady; global stability of endemic steady for some particular cases; and the asymptotical profiles of the endemic steady states as the diffusion coefficient for susceptible individuals is sufficiently small. In this research we will study two modified SIS diffusion models with the Dirichlet boundary condition that reflects a hostile environment in the boundary. The reproductive number is defined which plays an essential role in determining whether the disease will extinct or persist. We have showed that the disease will die out when the reproductive number is less than one and that the endemic equilibrium occurs when the reproductive number is exceeds one. Partial result on the global stability of the endemic equilibrium is also obtained.

DCDS-B

In this paper, we are concerned with a class of neutral stochastic partial differential equations driven by $\alpha$-stable processes. By combining some stochastic analysis techniques, tools from semigroup theory and delay integral inequalities, we identify the global attracting sets of the equations under investigation. Some sufficient conditions ensuring the exponential decay of mild solutions in the $p$-th moment to the stochastic systems are obtained. Subsequently, by employing a weak convergence approach, we try to establish some stability conditions in distribution of the segment processes of mild solutions to the stochastic systems under consideration. Last, an example is presented to illustrate our theory in the work.

DCDS

In this paper we solve the minimization problem of the lowest eigenvalue for a vibrating beam. Firstly, based on the variational method, we establish the basic theory of the lowest eigenvalue for the fourth order measure differential equation (MDE). Secondly, we build the relationship between the minimization problem of the lowest eigenvalue for the ODE and the one for the MDE. Finally, with the help of this built relationship, we find the explicit optimal bound of the lowest eigenvalue for a vibrating beam.

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