Research & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Investigating a Coupled System with Riemann-Liouville Fractional Derivative by Modified Monotone Iterative Technique118102672ENKamal ShahDepartment of Mathematics, University of Malakand, Dir(L), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PakistanAbid HussainDepartment of Mathematics, University of Malakand, Dir(L), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PakistanJournal Article20191105In recent time, the area of arbitrary order differential equations (AODEs)<br />has been considered very well. Different aspects have been investigated for the said<br />area. One of the important and most warm area is devoted to study multiplicity<br />results along with existence and uniqueness of solutions for the said equations. In this<br />regard various techniques have been utilized to investigate the said area. Monotone<br />iterative technique (MIT) coupled with the method of extremal solutions has been<br />used recently to investigate multiplicity of solutions to some AODEs. In this research<br />work, we deal a coupled system of nonlinear AODEs under boundary conditions (BCs)<br />involving Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative by using fixed point theorems due<br />to Perov’s and Schuader’s to study existence and uniqueness results. Using Perove’s<br />fixed point theorem ensures uniqueness of solution to systems of equations, while<br />existence of at least one solution is achieved by Schauder’s fixed point theorem.<br />Then we come across the multiplicity of solutions and establish some criteria for the<br />iterative solutions via using updated type MIT together with the method of upper and<br />lower solutions for the considered system of AODEs. Corresponding to multiplicity<br />results of solutions, we first establish two sequences of extremal solutions. One of the<br />sequence is monotonically decreasing and converging to lower solution. On the other<br />hand, the other sequence is monotonically increasing and converging to the upper<br />solution. In last we give suitable examples to illustrate the main results.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_102672_4525fa4a1423a8a43736dd3b67f066ab.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701On the Number of Zeros of A Polynomial19174086ENTawheeda AkhterDepartment of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar-190006, Jammu and Kashmir, India.Bashir AhmadZargarDepartment of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar-190006, Jammu and Kashmir, India.M HGulzarDepartment of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar-190006, Jammu and Kashmir, India.Journal Article20221114In this paper, we consider the problem of finding the maximum number of zeros of a polynomial in a prescribed region. Our theorems includes several known results in this direction as special cases.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174086_0497a6d8a4efe6c04a661972481d2987.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Analytical Solutions of a Class of Generalised Lane-Emden Equations: Power Series Method Versus Adomian Decomposition Method139174087ENRichard OluAwonusikaDepartment of Mathematical Sciences, Adekunle Ajasin University, P.M.B. 001, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.Oluwaseun OlumideOkundalayeDepartment of Mathematical Sciences, Adekunle Ajasin University, P.M.B. 001, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.Journal Article20230515In this paper, we obtain highly accurate analytical solutions of a class of strongly nonlinear Lane-Emden equations using a power series method and the Adomian decomposition method. The nonlinear term of the proposed problem involves the integer powers of a continuous real-valued function $\Lambda(y(x))$. In each of the proposed methods, a unified result is presented for the function $\Lambda(y(x))$. The particular cases of the trigonometric functions $\Lambda(y(x))=\tan y(x)$, $\sec y(x)$ and the hyperbolic functions $\Lambda(y(x))=\tanh y(x)$, $\sech y(x)$ are considered explicitly using the proposed methods. Lane-Emden equations involving the first integer powers of these trigonometric and hyperbolic functions are given as examples to illustrate the reliability, efficiency and accuracy of the proposed methods. Numerical comparisons of the results obtained show excellent agreements between the two methods, an indication that both methods are accurate, effective, reliable and convenient in solving singular strongly nonlinear ordinary differential equations with appropriate initial conditions.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174087_d5414e65e12d71a2b205808733c4b619.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Analytical Solution of the Mathematical Model of Dengue Fever by the Laplace-Adomian Decomposition Method117174090ENZakir UllahSchool of Mathematical Sciences, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, 611731, ChinaJournal Article20230419This paper presents and rigorously analyzes a deterministic mathematical model of the Dengue virus in a<br /><br />population, incorporating a nonlinear incidence function. The model considers five compartments: susceptible (S h), symptomatic infection (Ih), asymptomatic infection (IhA), recovered (Rh), and partial immunity<br /><br />(S hk). The female mosquito population is divided into two compartments: susceptible (S ν)and infected (Iν).<br /><br />An algorithm is provided to calculate a series-type solution to the problem using the Laplace Adomian Decomposition technique. The convergence of this technique is also analyzed. Approximations of the solutions<br /><br />for various compartments are calculated using a few terms. The reliability and simplicity of the method are<br /><br />illustrated with numerical examples and plots. The Laplace Adomian Decomposition algorithm is shown to<br /><br />yield very accurate approximate solutions using only a few iterations. Fourth-order Runge-Kutta solutions<br /><br />are also compared with the solutions obtained by the Laplace decomposition scheme.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174090_88508ac6e8407c4675daed7592576f2c.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Complex Valued Bipolar Metric Spaces and Fixed Point Theorems110174091ENSiva GDepartment of Mathematics, Alagappa University, Karaikudi-630 003, India.Journal Article20230207This article introduces the idea of complex valued bipolar metric space and derives some of its properties. Moreover, for complex valued bipolar metric spaces, various fixed point theorems of contravariant maps satisfying rational inequalities are proved. Additionally, the Kannan fixed point theorem and the Banach contraction principle are both generalised.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174091_42984569bf444c3e24a7dc775d74f832.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Some high-Order convergence modifications of the Householder method for Nonlinear Equations111174092ENOghovese OgbereyivweDepartment of Mathematics, Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro, Nigeria0000-0001-9810-2299Orobosa IzevbizuaDepartment of Mathematics, University of Benin, Nigeria.Salisu ShehuUmarDepartment of Statistics, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria.Journal Article20230415One major setback of iterative methods that require higher derivatives in their iterative procedures is that of computational cost. The Householder’s method is one of such methods that require second derivative evaluation in its procedures. To circumvent this setback, the second derivative is annihilated by estimation via the use of the interpolating polynomial and the divided difference techniques. Consequently, three new modifications of the Householder’s method that are of two and three steps were put forward in this article. To further improve the efficiency of the modified methods, a weight function is introduced to the iterative cycle to enhance the methods convergence order. From the convergence analysis conducted on the methods, revealed that they are of fifth, ninth and tenth order convergence respectively. To test the applicability of the methods, they were applied to locate the solutions of some nonlinear equations and modeled practical problems that are nonlinear equations. From the computational experience, it was observed that the methods performed better than the compared methods that are also modifications of the Householder methods.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174092_a6d40b3a33ce305bb5146bfe70bba749.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701New Common Fixed Point Theorem in Dislocated Quasi b-Metric Spaces16174093ENMujeeb UrRahmanDepartment of Mathematics Government PG Jahanzeb College, Saidu Sharief
Swat, Khyber PakhtunKhwa, PakistanAmjad AliDepartment of Mathematics, University of Swat,Khyber PakhtunKhwa, PakistanOsama AzizGhulam Ishaq Institute of Science and Technology, Toppi Swabai, Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa, PakistanMuhib UrRahmanDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada.0000-0002-5084-7862Journal Article20230613In this article, a new common fixed point theorem for a pair of continous self mapping will be illustrated in the frame work of dislocated quasi b-metric space. The established theorem extend and generalize some well-known results in<br />the literature. Example is given in the support of the constructed resulthttps://www.cna-journal.com/article_174093_27fb55566890a35de42cc7b6b1202a72.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701On Hardy-Rogers Type Contraction Mappings in Cone A_{b}-metric spaces19136011ENIsa YildirimAtat\"{u}rk University, Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science, 25240 Erzurum/Turkey0000-0001-6165-716XJournal Article20210522In this manuscript, a generalized fixed point theorem of Hardy-Rogers type contraction is proved in cone A_{b}-metric spaces, which relaxes the contraction condition. Also, some fixed point results for different contraction mappings are given in such spaces.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_136011_9c00698684ebea4b3f7558bb12c4acb7.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701A monotone hybrid algorithm for maximal monotone operators and a family of generalized nonexpansive mappings112160209ENMathew AibinuInstitute for Systems Science & KZN e-Skills CoLab, Durban University of Technology, Durban 4000, South Africa.
DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (CoE-MaSS), Johannesburg, South Africa.National Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences (NITheCS), South Africa0000-0003-4901-1440Journal Article20220829In this paper, a new monotone hybrid method is introduced in the framework of Banach spaces for finding a common element of the set of zeros of a maximum monotone operator and the fixed point set of a family of generalized nonexpansive mappings. The prove is given in the framework of Banach spaces for the strong convergence of a sequence of iteration to a common element of the set of zeros of a maximum monotone operator and the fixed point set of a family of generalized nonexpansive mappings. New convergence results are obtained for resolvents of maximal monotone operators and a family of generalized nonexpansive mappings in a Banach space.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_160209_435b8bf4d101609ffc1062705381b0ed.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Existence and stability for Ambartsumian equation with -Hilfer generalized proportional fractional derivative117171340ENProf. Dr. Elsayed M.ElsayedDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, King Abudlaziz University, Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Mansoura 35516, Egypt.0000-0003-0894-8472S. ManikandanDepartment of Mathematics, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore-641020, India.K. KanagarajanDepartment of Mathematics, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore-641020, India.D. VivekDepartment of Mathematics, PSG College of Arts \& Science, Coimbatore-641014, India.Journal Article20230228The main objective of this paper is to study the Ambartsumian equation in the sense of Hilfer Generalized proportional fractional derivative(HGPFD). The existence and stability properties of solution are studied. The technique used for study is fixed point theorem and Gronwall inequality. Ulam-Hyers-Rassias stability of the solution is also investigated.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_171340_d2a92481f8bbe8648b18e50643a32cf0.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Convergence Analysis Monotone Hybrid Algorithms for Countable Family of Generalized Nonexpansive Mappings and Maximal Monotone Operators115174088ENMathew AibinuInstitute for Systems Science and KZN e-Skills CoLab, Durban University of Technology, Durban 4000, South Africa.National Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences (NITheCS), South Africa.0000-0003-4901-1440Sibusiso MoyoDepartment of Applied Mathematics and School for Data Science and Computational Thinking, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.National Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences (NITheCS), South Africa.Journal Article20221130A new countable family of generalized nonexpansive mappings is introduced and a new monotone hybrid algorithm is presented in the framework of Banach spaces. Some new results are obtained for the class of generalized nonexpansive mappings and countable family of generalized nonexpansive mappings. The study exhibits the procedure for obtaining a common element of the zero point set of a maximal monotone operator and the newly introduced countable family of generalized nonexpansive mappings.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174088_35248bfb11caa403734c5cccec8d1375.pdfResearch & Science Group Ltd.Communications in Nonlinear Analysis2371-792011220230701Generalization of the Riesz-Markov-Kakutani Representation Theorem and Weak Spectral Families110174089ENMykola IYaremenkoDepartment of Partial Differential Equations, The National Technical University of Ukraine, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Instituteو Kyiv, UkraineJournal Article20230310Firstly, we generalize some definitions such as the definitions of the weak spectral family, the solitary operator, and the construction of the functional calculus. Secondly, we prove that for a functional calculus $\Phi $ on the measurable space $\left(Z,\; \Sigma \right)$ exists a measurable space $\left(\Omega ,\mathrm{F},\mu \right)$, an operator $U\; :\; X\to L^{p} \left(\Omega ,\mathrm{F},\mu \right)$, and a continuous $\mathrm{\ast }$ -homomorphism $F\; :\; M\left(Z,\; \Sigma \right)\to M\left(\Omega ,\mathrm{F}\right)$, such that $M_{F\left(f\right)} =U^{-1} \Phi \left(f\right)U$ for all $f\in M\left(Z,\, \Sigma \right)$. Thirdly, we establish the correlation between the well-bounded operators and the weak spectral families. It has been proven that for a linear well-bounded operator $A\in L\left(X\right)$ there is a weak spectral family $\left\{E\left(\lambda \right)\in L\left(X^{*} \right),\quad \lambda \in {\mathbb R}\right\}$ on a compact interval $\left[a,\; b\right]$ such that an integral representation $\left\langle A\left(x\right),\; y^{*} \right\rangle =b\left\langle x,\; y^{*} \right\rangle -\int _{\left[a,\; b\right]}\left\langle x,\; E\left(\lambda \right)y^{*} \right\rangle d\lambda $ holds for all $x\in X$, $y^{*} \in X^{*} $, where equivalence is understood in the weak topology.https://www.cna-journal.com/article_174089_40d9d10efc1f7ceae11d0e2129f6abf4.pdf