Journal of Mathematical Physics (J MATH PHYS )
Journal of Mathematical Physics is published monthly by the American Institute of Physics. Its purpose is the publication of papers in mathematical physics ñ that is, the application of mathematics to problems in physics and the development of mathematical methods suitable for such applications and for the formulation of physical theories. The mathematics should be written in a manner that is understandable to theoretical physicists. Occasionally, reviews of mathematical subjects relevant to physics and special issues combining papers on a topic of current interest may be published.
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- 5-year impact1.28
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- Immediacy index0.29
- Article influence0.72
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- Journal of Mathematical Physics 09/2014; 55(9):093509.
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, we consider a Timoshenko system in one-dimensional bounded domain with infinite memory and distributed time delay both acting on the equation of the rotation angle. Without any restriction on the speeds of wave propagation and under appropriate assumptions on the infinite memory and distributed time delay convolution kernels, we prove, first, the well-posedness and, second, the stability of the system, where we present some decay estimates depending on the equal-speed propagation case and the opposite one. The obtained decay rates depend on the growths of the memory and delay kernels at infinity. In the nonequal-speed case, the decay rate depends also on the regularity of initial data. Our stability results show that the only dissipation resulting from the infinite memory guarantees the asymptotic stability of the system regardless to the speeds of wave propagation and in spite of the presence of a distributed time delay. Applications of our approach to specific coupled Timoshenko-heat and Timoshenko-wave systems as well as the discrete time delay case are also presented. ©2014 American Institute of PhysicsJournal of Mathematical Physics 08/2014; 55(8).
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ABSTRACT: Let (H, S, α) be a monoidal Hom-Hopf algebra and [Formula: see text] the Hom-Yetter-Drinfeld category over (H, α). Then in this paper, we first find sufficient and necessary conditions for [Formula: see text] to be symmetric and pseudosymmetric, respectively. Second, we study the u-condition in [Formula: see text] and show that the Hom-Yetter-Drinfeld module (H, adjoint, Δ, α) (resp., (H, m, coadjoint, α)) satisfies the u-condition if and only if S (2) = id. Finally, we prove that [Formula: see text] over a triangular (resp., cotriangular) Hom-Hopf algebra contains a rich symmetric subcategory.Journal of Mathematical Physics 08/2014; 55(8):081708.
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