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JIMO

This paper presents a new heuristic algorithm for solving a class of
dynamic laser antimissile problems. The main virtue of this
algorithm is that it can find a satisfactory local optimal solution
within allowable short time duration which is the rigid requirement
in this application. Two examples are considered and solved to
illustrate the effectiveness of algorithm proposed.

DCDS

We consider the compressible Navier-Stokes system coupled with the Maxwell equations governing the time evolution of the magnetic field.
We introduce a relative entropy functional along with the related concept of dissipative solution. As an application of the theory,
we show that for small values of the Mach number and large Reynolds number, the global in time weak (dissipative) solutions converge to the
ideal MHD system describing the motion of an incompressible, inviscid, and electrically conducting fluid. The proof is based on frequency
localized Strichartz estimates for the Neumann Laplacean on unbounded domains.

DCDS-S

We establish the global-in-time existence of strong solution to the initial-boundary value problem of a 2-D Kazhikov-Smagulov type model for incompressible nonhomogeneous fluids with mass diffusion for arbitrary size of initial data.

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