In this paper, we study the split-feasibility problem in Hilbert spaces by using the projected reflected gradient algorithm. As applications, we study the convex linear inverse problem and the split-equality problem in Hilbert spaces, and we give new algorithms for these problems. Finally, numerical results are given for our main results.

In this paper, we introduce two variables norm functionals of τ-measurable operators and establish their joint log-convexity. Applications of this log-convexity will include interpolated Young, Heinz and Trace inequalities related to τ-measurable operators. Additionally, interpolated versions and their monotonicity will be presented as well.

As new applications of Schrödinger type inequalities obtained by Jiang (J. Inequal. Appl. 2016: Article ID 247, 2016) in the Schrödingerean Hardy space, we not only obtain the representation of Schrödingerean harmonic functions but also give a sufficient and necessary condition between the Schrödingerean distributional function and its derivative in the Schrödingerean Hardy space.

In this paper, we study the split-feasibility problem in Hilbert spaces by using the projected reflected gradient algorithm. As applications, we study the convex linear inverse problem and the split-equality problem in Hilbert spaces, and we give new algorithms for these problems. Finally, numerical results are given for our main results.

Let f be an analytic function in the unit disc | z | < 1 $|z|<1$ on the complex plane C $\mathbb {C}$ . This paper is devoted to obtaining the correspondence between f ( z ) $f(z)$ and z f ′ ( z ) $zf'(z)$ at the point w, 0 < | w | = R < 1 $0<|w|=R< 1$ , such that | f ( w ) | = min { | f ( z ) | : f ( z ) ∈ ∂ f ( | z | ≤ R ) } $|f(w)|=\min \{|f(z)|: f(z)\in\partial f(|z|\leq R) \}$ ...

In this paper, we study some properties of degenerate Changhee-Genocchi numbers and polynomials and give some new identities of these polynomials and numbers which are derived from the generating function. In particular, we provide interesting identities related to the Changhee-Genocchi polynomials of the second kind and Changhee-Genocchi numbers of the second kind.

In this paper, we study some new retarded Volterra-Fredholm type integral inequalities on time scales, which provide explicit bounds on unknown functions. These inequalities generalize and extend some known inequalities and can be used as tools in the qualitative theory of certain classes of retarded dynamic equations on time scales. Some applications are also presented to ...

In this paper, we study some properties of degenerate Changhee-Genocchi numbers and polynomials and give some new identities of these polynomials and numbers which are derived from the generating function. In particular, we provide interesting identities related to the Changhee-Genocchi polynomials of the second kind and Changhee-Genocchi numbers of the second kind.

In this paper, we study some new retarded Volterra-Fredholm type integral inequalities on time scales, which provide explicit bounds on unknown functions. These inequalities generalize and extend some known inequalities and can be used as tools in the qualitative theory of certain classes of retarded dynamic equations on time scales. Some applications are also presented to ...

Let f be an analytic function in the unit disc | z | < 1 $|z|<1$ on the complex plane C $\mathbb {C}$ . This paper is devoted to obtaining the correspondence between f ( z ) $f(z)$ and z f ′ ( z ) $zf'(z)$ at the point w, 0 < | w | = R < 1 $0<|w|=R< 1$ , such that | f ( w ) | = min { | f ( z ) | : f ( z ) ∈ ∂ f ( | z | ≤ R ) } $|f(w)|=\min \{|f(z)|: f(z)\in\partial f(|z|\leq R) \}$ ...

In this paper, we study some new retarded Volterra-Fredholm type integral inequalities on time scales, which provide explicit bounds on unknown functions. These inequalities generalize and extend some known inequalities and can be used as tools in the qualitative theory of certain classes of retarded dynamic equations on time scales. Some applications are also presented to ...

This paper is concerned with an explicit value of the embedding constant from W 1 , q ( Ω ) $W^{1,q}(\Omega)$ to L p ( Ω ) $L^{p}(\Omega)$ for a domain Ω ⊂ R N $\Omega\subset\mathbb{R}^{N}$ ( N ∈ N $N\in\mathbb{N}$ ), where 1 ≤ q ≤ p ≤ ∞ $1\leq q\leq p\leq\infty$ . We previously proposed a formula for estimating the embedding constant on bounded and unbounded Lipschitz domains by ...

A weighted Bregman-Gradient Projection denoising method, based on the Bregman iterative regularization (BIR) method and Chambolle’s Gradient Projection method (or dual denoising method) is established. Some applications to image denoising on a 1-dimensional curve, 2-dimensional gray image and 3-dimensional color image are presented. Compared with the main results of the ...

We provide the monotonicity and convexity properties and sharp bounds for the generalized elliptic integrals K a ( r ) $\mathscr{K}_{a}(r)$ and E a ( r ) $\mathscr {E}_{a}(r)$ depending on a parameter a ∈ ( 0 , 1 ) $a\in(0,1)$ , which contains an earlier result in the particular case a = 1 / 2 $a=1/2$ .

This work is further focused on analyzing a bound for a reachable set of linear uncertain systems with polytopic parameters. By means of L-K functional theory and novel inequalities, some new conditions which are expressed in the form of LMIs are derived. It should be noted that novel inequalities can improve upper bounds of Jensen inequalities, which yields less conservatism of ...

A copula is a function which joins (or ‘couples’) a bivariate distribution function to its marginal (one-dimensional) distribution functions. In this paper, we obtain Chebyshev type inequalities by utilising copulas.

We consider the continuous wavelet transform S h W $\mathcal{S}_{h}^{W}$ associated with the Weinstein operator. We introduce the notion of localization operators for S h W $\mathcal {S}_{h}^{W}$ . In particular, we prove the boundedness and compactness of localization operators associated with the continuous wavelet transform. Next, we analyze the concentration of S h W ...

We consider an undamped second order in time evolution equation. For any positive value of the initial energy, we give sufficient conditions to conclude nonexistence of global solutions. The analysis is based on a differential inequality. The success of our result is based in a detailed analysis which is different from the ones commonly used to prove blow-up. Several examples are ...

The analytic functions, mapping the open unit disk onto petal and oval type regions, introduced by Noor and Malik (Comput. Math. Appl. 62:2209-2217, 2011), are considered to define and study their associated close-to-convex functions. This work includes certain geometric properties like sufficiency criteria, coefficient estimates, arc length, the growth rate of coefficients of ...

We present a novel finite-time average consensus protocol based on event-triggered control strategy for multiagent systems. The system stability is proved. The lower bound of the interevent time is obtained to guarantee that there is no Zeno behavior. Moreover, the upper bound of the convergence time is obtained. The relationship between the convergence time and protocol parameter ...

For α > β − 1 > 0 $\alpha>\beta-1>0$ , we obtain two-sided inequalities for the moment integral I ( α , β ) = ∫ R | x | − β | sin x | α d x $I(\alpha,\beta)=\int_{\mathbb{R}}|x|^{-\beta}|\sin x|^{\alpha}\,dx$ . These are then used to give the exact asymptotic behavior of the integral as α → ∞ $\alpha\rightarrow\infty$ . The case I ( α , α ) $I(\alpha,\alpha)$ corresponds to the ...