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The generators of the group of birational automorphisms of any Severi-Brauer surface non-isomorphic over an algebraically non-closed field to the projective plane are explicitly described.
We characterize sequences of positive integers (c 1 , c 2 , ..., cn) for which the (2 × 2)-matrix c 1 −1 1 0 · · · cn −1 1 0 belongs to the principal congruence subgroup of level 2 in SL(2, Z). The answer is given in terms of dissections of a convex n-gon into a mixture of triangles and quadrilaterals.
Let \(\mathcal{N}\) be a~\(3\)-prime near ring and \(\alpha,\beta: \mathcal{N}\rightarrow \mathcal{N}\) be endomorphisms. In the present paper we amplify a~few outcomes concerning generalized derivations and two-sided \(\alpha\)-generalized derivations of \(3\)-prime near rings to generalized \((\alpha,\beta)\)-derivations. Cases demonstrating the need of the \(3\)-primeness speculation are given. When \(\beta = id_{\mathcal{N}}\) (resp. \(\alpha = \beta = id_{\mathcal{N}}\)), one can easily obtain the main results of~\cite{ref1} (resp.\cite{ref5}).
In this paper, we have proved four theorems on the degree of approximation of continuous functions by matrix means of their Fourier series which is expressed in terms of the modulus of continuity and a non-negative mediate function.
We prove Reilly-type upper bounds for the first non-zero eigen-value of the Steklov problem associated with the p-Laplace operator on sub-manifolds with boundary of Euclidean spaces as well as for Riemannian products R × M where M is a complete Riemannian manifold.
In this work, the fractional Lie symmetry method is used to find the exact solutions of the time-fractional coupled Drinfeld-Sokolov-Wilson equations with the Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative. Time-fractional coupled Drinfeld-Sokolov-Wilson equations are obtained by replacing the first-order time derivative to the fractional derivatives (FD) of order $\alpha$ in the classical Drinfeld-Sokolov-Wilson (DSW) model. Using the fractional Lie symmetry method, the Lie symmetry generators are obtained. With the help of symmetry generators, FCDSW equations are reduced into fractional ordinary differential equations (FODEs) with Erd$\acute{e}$lyi-Kober fractional differential operator. Also, we have obtained the exact solution of FCDSW equations and shown the effects of non-integer order derivative value on the solutions graphically. The effect of fractional order $\alpha$ on the behavior of solutions is studied graphically. Finally, new conservation laws are constructed along with the formal Lagrangian and fractional generalization of Noether operators. It is quite interesting the exact analytic solutions are obtained in explicit form.
In this paper, we propose extensions for the classical Kummer test, which is a very far-reaching criterion that provides sufficient and necessary conditions for convergence and divergence of series of positive terms. Furthermore, we present and discuss some interesting consequences and examples such as extensions of the Olivier's theorem and Raabe, Bertrand and Gauss's test.
The greatest power of a prime $p$ dividing the natural number $n$ will be denoted by $n_p$. Let $Ind_G(g)=|G:C_G(g)|$. Suppose that $G$ is a finite group and $p$ is a prime. We prove that if there exists an integer $\alpha>0$ such that $Ind_G(a)_p\in \{1,p^{\alpha}\}$ for every $a$ of $G$ and a $p$-element $x\in G$ such that $Ind_G(x)_p>1$, then $G$ includes a normal $p$-complement.
Considering the kernel of an integral operator intertwining two realizations of the group of motions of the pseudo-Euclidian space, we derive two formulas for series containing Whittaker's functions or Weber's parabolic cylinder functions. We can consider this kernel as a special function. Some particular values of parameters involved in this special function are found to coincide with certain variants of Bessel functions. Using these connections, we also establish some analogues of orthogonality relations for Macdonald and Hankel functions.
In this note, we find a necessary condition on odd-dimensional Riemannian manifolds under which both of Sasakian structure and the generalised Ricci soliton equation are satisfied, and we give some examples.
The algebra B of bicomplex numbers is viewed as a complexification of the Archimedean f-algebra of hyperbolic numbers D. This lattice-theoretic approach allows us to establish new properties of the so-called D-norms. In particular, we show that D-norms generate the same topology in B. We develop the D-trigonometric form of a bicomplex number which leads us to a geometric interpretation of the nth roots of a bicomplex number in terms of polyhedral tori. We use the concepts developed, in particular that of Riesz subnorm of a D-norm, to study the uniform convergence of the bicomplex zeta and gamma functions. The main result of this paper is the generalization to the bicomplex case of the Riemann functional equation and Euler's reflection formula.
We prove the existence of a weak solution to the problem \begin{equation*} \begin{split} -\Delta_{p}u+V(x)|u|^{p-2}u & =f(u,|\nabla u|^{p-2}\nabla u), \ \ \ \\ u(x) & >0\ \ \forall x\in\mathbb{R}^{N}, \end{split} \end{equation*} where $\Delta_{p}u=\hbox{div}(|\nabla u|^{p-2}\nabla u)$ is the $p$-Laplace operator, $1<p<N$ and the nonlinearity $f:\mathbb{R}\times\mathbb{R}^{N}\rightarrow\mathbb{R}$ is continuous and it depends on gradient of the solution. We use an iterative technique based on the Mountain pass theorem to prove our existence result.
In this paper, we give a constant $C$ in \cite[Theorem 1.2]{sha2014bounding} by using an explicit Baker's inequality, hence we have an explicit bound of the integral points on modular curves.
An algebra with identities (a, b, c) = (a, c, b) = (b, a, c) is called assosymmetric, where (x, y, z) = x(yz) − (xy)z is associator. We establish that operad of assosymmetric algebras is not Koszul. We study Sn-module, An-module and GLn-module structures on multilinear parts of assosymmetric operad.
In this paper we initiate the study of quasi Yamabe soliton on 3-dimensional contact metric manifold with Q\varphi=\varphi Q and prove that if a 3-dimensional contact metric manifold M such that Q\varphi=\varphi Q admits a quasi Yamabe soliton with non-zero soliton vector field V being point-wise collinear with the Reeb vector field {\xi}, then V is a constant multiple of {\xi}, the scalar curvature is constant and the manifold is Sasakian. Moreover, V is Killing. Finally, we prove that if M is a 3-dimensional compact contact metric manifold such that Q\varphi=\varphi Q endowed with a quasi Yamabe soliton, then either M is flat or soliton is trivial.
In this paper, we propose a method for solving some classes of the singular fractional nonlinear Lane-Emden type equations. The method is proposed by utilizing the second-kind Chebyshev wavelets in conjunction with the quasilinearization technique. The operational matrices for the second-kind Chebyshev wavelets are used. The method is tested on the fractional standard Lane-Emden equation, the fractional isothermal gas spheres equation, and some other examples. We compare the results produced by the present method with some well-known results to show the accuracy and efficiency of the method.
Let $x$ be a positive real number, and $\mathcal{P} \subset [2,\lambda(x)]$ be a set of primes, where $\lambda(x) \in o(x^{1/2})$ is a monotone increasing function. We examine $Q_{\mathcal{P}}(x)$ for different sets $\mathcal{P}$, where $Q_{\mathcal{P}}(x)$ is the element count of the set containing those positive square-free integers, which are smaller than-, or equal to $x$, and which are only divisible by the elements of $\mathcal{P}$.
In this article, a continuous analogue of strictly non-Volterra quadratic dynamical systems with continuous time and points of equilibrium is investigated, a phase portrait of the system is constructed, numerical solutions are found, and a comparative analysis is carried out with a particular solution of the system.
In the present paper, we give sufficient conditions on the elements of the continued fractions $A$ and $B$ that will assure us that the continued fraction $A^B$ is a transcendental number. With the same condition, we establish a transcendental measure of $A^B.$