Advances in Differential Equations and Its Applications

A special issue of Axioms (ISSN 2075-1680). This special issue belongs to the section "Mathematical Analysis".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2025 | Viewed by 1697

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Interests: fractional differential equations; functional-differential equations; impulsive differential equations; differential equations in Banach spaces; integral equations; integral inequalities; stability analysis; real and functional analysis; applied mathematics
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Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Plovdiv, 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Interests: fractional differential equations; impulsive differential equations; functional-differential equations; differential equations in Banach spaces
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The present Special Issue is devoted to new research in the area of differential equations (or systems) with fractional- or integer-order derivatives without delay or with a delayed argument (of a retarded or neutral type). Works devoted to stochastic differential equations with fractional derivatives are welcome too. The works can focus on aspects of fundamental theory such as initial value problems, boundary value problems, and different kinds of integral representations of the solutions and their continuous dependence on the given data. We also encourage works in the field of the qualitative theory, such as the asymptotic behaviour of solutions with various types of stability properties, namely Lyapunov’s type, finite time stability, Mittag–Leffler stability, robust stability, Ulam–Hyers–Rassias stability, etc. Works which contain results which are general to fractional and integer-based differential equations, as well as those which establish specific results for these classes, are also invited. Furthermore, works containing new models or including fractional variants of well-known classical models in different areas of sciences such as economics, physics, engineering, etc., will be met with increased interest.

We look forward to receiving your contributions.

Prof. Dr. Andrey Zahariev
Prof. Dr. Hristo Kiskinov
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Keywords

  • functional differential equations/systems
  • fractional differential equations/systems
  • fractional derivatives of a constant order
  • distributed-order fractional derivatives
  • variable-order fractional derivatives
  • stability analysis of fractional-order systems
  • asymptotic properties of fractional-order systems

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Blow-Up Analysis of L2-Norm Solutions for an Elliptic Equation with a Varying Nonlocal Term
by Xincai Zhu and Chunxia He
Axioms 2024, 13(5), 336; https://doi.org/10.3390/axioms13050336 - 20 May 2024
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This paper is devoted to studying a type of elliptic equation that contains a varying nonlocal term. We provide a detailed analysis of the existence, non-existence, and blow-up behavior of L2-norm solutions for the related equation when the potential function [...] Read more.
This paper is devoted to studying a type of elliptic equation that contains a varying nonlocal term. We provide a detailed analysis of the existence, non-existence, and blow-up behavior of L2-norm solutions for the related equation when the potential function V(x) fulfills an appropriate choice. Full article
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Improving Realism of Facial Interpolation and Blendshapes with Analytical Partial Differential Equation-Represented Physics
by Sydney Day, Zhidong Xiao, Ehtzaz Chaudhry, Matthew Hooker, Xiaoqiang Zhu, Jian Chang, Andrés Iglesias, Lihua You and Jianjun Zhang
Axioms 2024, 13(3), 185; https://doi.org/10.3390/axioms13030185 - 12 Mar 2024
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How to create realistic shapes by interpolating two known shapes for facial blendshapes has not been investigated in the existing literature. In this paper, we propose a physics-based mathematical model and its analytical solutions to obtain more realistic facial shape changes. To this [...] Read more.
How to create realistic shapes by interpolating two known shapes for facial blendshapes has not been investigated in the existing literature. In this paper, we propose a physics-based mathematical model and its analytical solutions to obtain more realistic facial shape changes. To this end, we first introduce the internal force of elastic beam bending into the equation of motion and integrate it with the constraints of two known shapes to develop the physics-based mathematical model represented with dynamic partial differential equations (PDEs). Second, we propose a unified mathematical expression of the external force represented with linear and various nonlinear time-dependent Fourier series, introduce it into the mathematical model to create linear and various nonlinear dynamic deformations of the curves defining a human face model, and derive analytical solutions of the mathematical model. Third, we evaluate the realism of the obtained analytical solutions in interpolating two known shapes to create new shape changes by comparing the shape changes calculated with the obtained analytical solutions and geometric linear interpolation to the ground-truth shape changes and conclude that among linear and various nonlinear PDE-based analytical solutions named as linear, quadratic, and cubic PDE-based interpolation, quadratic PDE-based interpolation creates the most realistic shape changes, which are more realistic than those obtained with the geometric linear interpolation. Finally, we use the quadratic PDE-based interpolation to develop a facial blendshape method and demonstrate that the proposed approach is more efficient than numerical physics-based facial blendshapes. Full article
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