We construct sequences of finite sums ( l ˜ n ) n ≥ 0 $(\tilde{l}_{n})_{n\geq 0}$ and ( u ˜ n ) n ≥ 0 $(\tilde{u}_{n})_{n\geq 0}$ converging increasingly and decreasingly, respectively, to the Euler-Mascheroni constant γ at the geometric rate 1/2. Such sequences are easy to compute and satisfy complete monotonicity-type properties. As a consequence, we obtain an infinite product ...

In this article, two types of Hardy’s inequalities for the twisted convolution with Laguerre functions are studied. The proofs are mainly based on an estimate for the Heisenberg left-invariant vectors of the special Hermite functions deduced by the Heisenberg group approach.

In the present study, we work on the problem of the existence of positive solutions of fractional integral equations by means of measures of noncompactness in association with Darbo’s fixed point theorem. To achieve the goal, we first establish new fixed point theorems using a new contractive condition of the measure of noncompactness in Banach spaces. By doing this we generalize ...

In this paper, we discuss the superconvergence of the local discontinuous Galerkin methods for nonlinear convection-diffusion equations. We prove that the numerical solution is ( k + 3 / 2 ) $(k+3/2)$ th-order superconvergent to a particular projection of the exact solution, when the upwind flux and the alternating fluxes are used. The proof is valid for arbitrary nonuniform ...

A class of 4-band symmetric biorthogonal wavelet bases has been constructed, in which any wavelet system the high-pass filters can be determined by exchanging position and changing the sign of the two low-pass filters. Thus, the least restrictive conditions are needed for forming a wavelet so that the free degrees can be reversed for application requirement. Some concrete examples ...

Most mathematical models arising in stationary filtration processes as well as in the theory of soft shells can be described by single-valued or generalized multivalued pseudomonotone mixed variational inequalities with proper convex nondifferentiable functionals. Therefore, for finding the minimum norm solution of such inequalities, the current paper attempts to introduce a ...

In this article, we study the existence and multiplicity of positive solutions for the quasi-linear elliptic problems involving critical Sobolev exponent and a Hardy term. The main tools adopted in our proofs are the concentration compactness principle and Nehari manifold.

In this study, we first present a classical finite element (FE) method for a two-dimensional (2D) viscoelastic wave equation and analyze the existence, stability, and convergence of the FE solutions. Then we establish an optimized FE extrapolating (OFEE) method based on a proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) method for the 2D viscoelastic wave equation and analyze the existence, ...

The present study considers the robust stability for impulsive complex-valued neural networks (CVNNs) with discrete time delays. By applying the homeomorphic mapping theorem and some inequalities in a complex domain, some sufficient conditions are obtained to prove the existence and uniqueness of the equilibrium for the CVNNs. By constructing appropriate Lyapunov-Krasovskii ...

Given a sequence { f n } n ∈ N of measurable functions on a σ-finite measure space such that the integral of each f n as well as that of lim sup n ↑ ∞ f n exists in R ‾ , we provide a sufficient condition for the following inequality to hold: lim sup n ↑ ∞ ∫ f n d μ ≤ ∫ lim sup n ↑ ∞ f n d μ . Our condition is considerably weaker than sufficient conditions known in the literature ...

In this article, we apply common fixed point results in incomplete metric spaces to examine the existence of a unique common solution for the following systems of Urysohn integral equations and Volterra-Hammerstein integral equations, respectively: u ( s ) = ϕ i ( s ) + ∫ a b K i ( s , r , u ( r ) ) d r , where s ∈ ( a , b ) ⊆ R ; u , ϕ i ∈ C ( ( a , b ) , R n ) and K i : ( a , b ) ...

We study partial regularity of very weak solutions to some nonhomogeneous A-harmonic systems. To obtain the reverse Hölder inequality of the gradient of a very weak solution, we construct a suitable test function by Hodge decomposition. With the aid of Gehring’s lemma, we prove that these very weak solutions are weak solutions. Further, we show that these solutions are in fact ...

We establish necessary and sufficient conditions for the one-dimensional differential Hardy inequality to hold, including the overdetermined case. The solution is given in terms different from those of the known results. Moreover, the least constant for this inequality is estimated. MSC: 26D10, 47B38.

In this paper a method for studying stability of the equation x ″ ( t ) + ∑ i = 1 m a i ( t ) x ( t − τ i ( t ) ) = 0 not including explicitly the first derivative is proposed. We demonstrate that although the corresponding ordinary differential equation x ″ ( t ) + ∑ i = 1 m a i ( t ) x ( t ) = 0 is not exponentially stable, the delay equation can be exponentially stable. MSC: ...

We obtain refined estimates of the triangle inequality in a normed space using integrals and the Tapia semi-product. The particular case of an inner product space is discussed in more detail. MSC: 46B99, 26D15, 46C50, 46C05.

In this paper, we derive an anisotropic Picone identity for the anisotropic Laplacian, which contains some known Picone identities. As applications, a Sturmian comparison principle to the anisotropic elliptic equation and an anisotropic Hardy type inequality are shown. MSC: 26D10, 26D15.

In this paper, the idea of lacunary I λ -statistical convergent sequence spaces is discussed which is defined by a Musielak-Orlicz function. We study relations between lacunary I λ -statistical convergence with lacunary I λ -summable sequences. Moreover, we study the I λ -lacunary statistical convergence in probabilistic normed space and discuss some topological properties.

In this paper, we obtain two refinements of the ordering relations among Heinz means with different parameters via the Taylor series of some hyperbolic functions and by the way, we derive new generalizations of Heinz operator inequalities. Moreover, we establish a matrix version of Heinz inequality for the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. Finally, we introduce a weighted multivariate ...

Let H be a real Hilbert space and C be a nonempty closed convex subset of H. Assume that g is a real-valued convex function and the gradient ∇g is 1 L -ism with L > 0 . Let 0 < λ < 2 L + 2 , 0 < β n < 1 . We prove that the sequence { x n } generated by the iterative algorithm x n + 1 = P C ( I − λ ( ∇ g + β n I ) ) x n , ∀ n ≥ 0 converges strongly to q ∈ U , where q = P U ( 0 ) is ...

In this paper, we study the limit properties of the ratio for order statistics based on samples from an exponential distribution and obtain the expression of the density functions, the existence of the moments, the strong law of large numbers for R n i j with 1 ≤ i < j < m n = m . We also discuss other limit theorems such as the central limit theorem, the law of iterated logarithm, ...

In this paper, we present new Poisson-type inequalities for Poisson integrals with continuous data on the boundary. The obtained inequalities are used to obtain growth properties at infinity of positive superharmonic functions in a smooth cone.

We study the log-convexity of the extended beta functions. As a consequence, we establish Turán-type inequalities. The monotonicity, log-convexity, log-concavity of extended hypergeometric functions are deduced by using the inequalities on extended beta functions. The particular cases of those results also give the Turán-type inequalities for extended confluent and extended ...

Convex risk minimization is a commonly used setting in learning theory. In this paper, we firstly give a perturbation analysis for such algorithms, and then we apply this result to differential private learning algorithms. Our analysis needs the objective functions to be strongly convex. This leads to an extension of our previous analysis to the non-differentiable loss functions, ...

In this paper, we study the Fourier series related to higher-order Bernoulli functions and give new identities for higher-order Bernoulli functions which are derived from the Fourier series of them. MSC: 11B68, 42A16.

We introduce the concepts of second-order radial composed tangent derivative, second-order radial tangent derivative, second-order lower radial composed tangent derivative, and second-order lower radial tangent derivative for set-valued maps by means of a radial tangent cone, second-order radial tangent set, lower radial tangent cone, and second-order lower radial tangent set, ...