Abstract : This paper considers a parabolic-hyperbolic-hyperbolic type chemotaxis system in $\mathbb{R}^{d}$, $d\ge3$, describing tumor-induced angiogenesis. The global existence result and temporal decay estimate for a unique mild solution are established under the assumption that some Sobolev norms of initial data are sufficiently small.
Abstract : Let $k\geqslant 2$ be an integer, $S^k=\{1^k,2^k,3^k,\ldots\}$ and $B=\{b_1,b_2,b_3,\ldots\}$ be an additive complement of $S^k$, which means all sufficiently large integers can be written as the sum of an element of $S^k$ and an element of $B$. In this paper we prove that $$\limsup_{n\rightarrow \infty}\frac{\Gamma\left(2-\frac{1}{k}\right)^{\frac{k}{k-1}}\Gamma\left(1+\frac{1}{k}\right) ^{\frac{k}{k-1}}n^{\frac{k}{k-1}}-b_n}{n} \geqslant \frac{k}{2(k-1)}\frac{\Gamma\left(2-\frac{1}{k}\right)^2}{\Gamma\left(2-\frac{2}{k}\right)},$$ where $\Gamma(\cdot)$ is Euler's Gamma function.
Abstract : The scaled inverse of a nonzero element $a(x)\in \mathbb{Z}[x]/f(x)$, where $f(x)$ is an irreducible polynomial over $\mathbb{Z}$, is the element $b(x)\in \mathbb{Z}[x]/f(x)$ such that $a(x)b(x)=c \pmod{f(x)}$ for the smallest possible positive integer scale $c$. In this paper, we investigate the scaled inverse of $(x^i-x^j)$ modulo cyclotomic polynomial of the form $\Phi_{p^s}(x)$ or $\Phi_{p^s q^t}(x)$, where $p, q$ are primes with $p<q$ and $s, t$ are positive integers. Our main results are that the coefficient size of the scaled inverse of $(x^i-x^j)$ is bounded by $p-1$ with the scale $p$ modulo $\Phi_{p^s}(x)$, and is bounded by $q-1$ with the scale not greater than $q$ modulo $\Phi_{p^s q^t}(x)$. Previously, the analogous result on cyclotomic polynomials of the form $\Phi_{2^n}(x)$ gave rise to many lattice-based cryptosystems, especially, zero-knowledge proofs. Our result provides more flexible choice of cyclotomic polynomials in such cryptosystems. Along the way of proving the theorems, we also prove several properties of $\{x^k\}_{k\in\mathbb{Z}}$ in $\mathbb{Z}[x]/\Phi_{pq}(x)$ which might be of independent interest.
Abstract : We introduce the notions of Koszul $N$-complex, $\check{\mathrm{C}}$ech $N$-complex and telescope $N$-complex, explicit derived torsion and derived completion functors in the derived category $\mathbf{D}_N(R)$ of $N$-complexes using the $\check{\mathrm{C}}$ech $N$-complex and the telescope $N$-complex. Moreover, we give an equivalence between the categories of cohomologically $\mathfrak{a}$-torsion $N$-complexes and cohomologically $\mathfrak{a}$-adic complete $N$-complexes, and prove that over a commutative Noetherian ring, via Koszul cohomology, via RHom cohomology (resp. $\otimes$ cohomology) and via local cohomology (resp. derived completion), all yield the same invariant.
Abstract : In this paper we determine explicitly the kernels $\mathbb K_{\alpha,\beta}$ associated with new Bergman spaces $\mathcal A_{\alpha,\beta}^2(\mathbb D)$ considered recently by the first author and M. Zaway. Then we study the distribution of the zeros of these kernels essentially when $\alpha\in\mathbb N$ where the zeros are given by the zeros of a real polynomial $Q_{\alpha,\beta}$. Some numerical results are given throughout the paper.
Abstract : It is proved that every sufficiently large even integer can be represented as a sum of two squares of primes, two cubes of primes, two fourth powers of primes and 17 powers of 2.
Abstract : For any category with a distinguished collection of sequences, such as $n$-exangulated category, category of N-complexes and category of precomplexes, we consider its Grothendieck group and similar results of Bergh-Thaule for $n$-angulated categories [1] are proven. A classification result of dense complete subcategories is given and we give a formal definition of K-groups for these categories following Grayson's algebraic approach of K-theory for exact categories [4].
Abstract : This paper treats Merton's classical portfolio optimization problem for a market participant who invests in safe assets and risky assets to maximize the expected utility. When the state process is a $d$-dimensional Markov diffusion, this problem is transformed into a problem of solving a Hamilton--Jacobi--Bellman (HJB) equation. The main purpose of this paper is to solve this HJB equation by a deep learning algorithm: the deep Galerkin method, first suggested by J. Sirignano and K. Spiliopoulos. We then apply the algorithm to get the solution to the HJB equation and compare with the result from the finite difference method.
Abstract : It is known that the maximal invariant set of a continuous iterative dynamical system in a compact Hausdorff space is equal to the intersection of its forward image sets, which we will call the it first minimal image set. In this article, we investigate the corresponding relation for a class of discontinuous self maps that are on the verge of continuity, or topologically almost continuous endomorphisms. We prove that the iterative dynamics of a topologically almost continuous endomorphisms yields a chain of minimal image sets that attains a unique transfinite length, which we call the maximal invariance order, as it stabilizes itself at the maximal invariant set. We prove the converse, too. Given ordinal number $\xi$, there exists a topologically almost continuous endomorphism $f$ on a compact Hausdorff space $X$ with the maximal invariance order $\xi$. We also discuss some further results regarding the maximal invariance order as more layers of topological restrictions are added.
Abstract : Let $\mathfrak{a}$ be an ideal of a commutative noetherian ring $R$. We give some descriptions of the $\mathfrak{a}$-depth of $\mathfrak{a}$-relative Cohen-Macaulay modules by cohomological dimensions, and study how relative Cohen-Macaul-\\ayness behaves under flat extensions. As applications, the perseverance of relative Cohen-Macaulayness in a polynomial ring, formal power series ring and completion are given.
Tae Gab Ha, Sun-Hye Park
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 205-216
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j210364
Mohamed Boucetta, Abdelmounaim Chakkar
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(4): 651-684
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j210460
Chunfang Gao
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(2): 235-254
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j200484
Hi Jun Choe, Hayeong Koh, Jimin Lee
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(2): 217-233
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j200406
Cédric Bonnafé, Alessandra Sarti
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2023; 60(4): 695-743
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j220014
Sangtae Jeong
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2023; 60(1): 1-32
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j210494
Byoung Jin Choi, Jae Hun Kim
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(3): 549-570
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j210239
Shuchao Li, Wanting Sun, Wei Wei
J. Korean Math. Soc. 2023; 60(5): 959-986
https://doi.org/10.4134/JKMS.j220341
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