Publications (15)16.76 Total impact

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ABSTRACT: We give several sufficient conditions under which the firstorder nonlinear Hamiltonian system x' (t) = alpha (t)x (t)+f(t, y(t)), y'(t) = g (t,x (t))alpha(t)y(t) has no solution (x (t), y(t)) satisfying condition 0 <integral(+infinity)(infinity)[vertical bar x(t)vertical bar(nu)+(1+beta(t))vertical bar y(t)vertical bar(mu)]dt < +infinity, where mu,nu > 1 and (1/mu) + (1/nu) = 1, 0 <= xf (t, x) <= beta(t)vertical bar x vertical bar(mu), xg(t, x) <= gamma(0)(t)vertical bar x vertical bar(nu), beta(t), gamma(0) (t) >= 0, and alpha (t) are locally Lebesgue integrable realvalued functions defined on R.Abstract and Applied Analysis 09/2013; 2013. DOI:10.1155/2013/547682 · 1.27 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: We establish several new Lyapunovtype inequalities for some nonlinear difference system when the endpoints are not necessarily usual zeros, but rather generalized zeros. Our results generalize in some sense the known ones. As an application, we develop disconjugacy criteria by making use of the obtained inequalities. MSC: 34D20, 39A99.Advances in Difference Equations 01/2013; 2013(1). DOI:10.1186/16871847201316 · 0.63 Impact Factor 
Article: Existence of homoclinic orbits for a class of pLaplacian systems in a weighted Sobolev space
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ABSTRACT: By applying the mountain pass theorem and symmetric mountain pass theorem in critical point theory, the existence of at least one or infinitely many homoclinic solutions is obtained for the following pLaplacian system: where , , , , and are not periodic in t. MSC: 34C37, 35A15, 37J45, 47J30.Boundary Value Problems 01/2013; 2013(1). DOI:10.1186/168727702013137 · 0.84 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this work, we establish two new Lyapunovtype inequalities for the 2k2korder difference equation △2kx(n)+(−1)k−1q(n)x(n+1)=0.△2kx(n)+(−1)k−1q(n)x(n+1)=0. Applying our inequalities, we obtain the lower bounds of the eigenvalue for a related eigenvalue problem.Applied Mathematics Letters 11/2012; 25(11):1830–1834. DOI:10.1016/j.aml.2012.02.031 · 1.48 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this article, we will give several conditions under which the following planar linear discrete Hamiltonian system with perturbations {Delta x(n) = [alpha(n) + alpha(1)(n)]x(n + 1) + [beta(n) + beta(0)(n)] y(n) + f(1)(n, x(n), y(n)), Delta y(n) = [gamma(n) + gamma(0)(n)]x(n + 1)  [alpha(n) + alpha(2)(n)] y(n) + f(2)(n, x(n), y(n)) has the same stability as the corresponding linear system Delta x(n) = alpha(n)x(n + 1) + beta(n)y(n),Delta y(n) = gamma(n)x(n + 1)  alpha(n) y(n). Moreover, these conditions are shown to be necessary and sharp by examples.Applicable Analysis 01/2012; 92(8):113. DOI:10.1080/00036811.2012.698269 · 0.68 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: We establish several Lyapunovtype inequalities for quasilinear difference systems, which generalize or improve all related existing ones. Applying these results, we also obtain some lower bounds for the first eigencurve in the generalized spectra.Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 01/2012; 2012. DOI:10.1155/2012/860598 · 0.88 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, by using elementary analysis, we establish several new Lyapunov type inequalities for the following nonlinear dynamic system on an arbitrary time scale T{xΔ(t)=α(t)x(σ(t))+β(t)y(t)p−2y(t),yΔ(t)=−γ(t)x(σ(t))q−2x(σ(t))−α(t)y(t), when the endpoints are not necessarily usual zeros, but rather, generalized zeros, which generalize and improve all related existing ones including the continuous and discrete cases.Computers & Mathematics with Applications 12/2011; 62(11):40284038. DOI:10.1016/j.camwa.2011.09.040 · 2.00 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, we establish several new Lyapunovtype inequalities for the firstorder nonlinear Hamiltonian system {x′(t)=α(t)x(t)+β(t)y(t)μ−2y(t),y′(t)=−γ(t)x(t)ν−2x(t)−α(t)y(t), which generalize or improve all related existing ones.Computers & Mathematics with Applications 11/2011; 62(9):36033613. DOI:10.1016/j.camwa.2011.09.011 · 2.00 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, we present some Lyapunov type inequalities for discrete linear scalar Hamiltonian systems when the coefficient c(t) is not necessarily nonnegative valued and when the endpoints are not necessarily usual zeros, but rather, generalized zeros. Applying these inequalities, we obtain some disconjugacy and stability criteria for discrete Hamiltonian systemsJournal of Difference Equations and Applications 09/2011; 218(2):574582. DOI:10.1016/j.amc.2011.05.101 · 0.86 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, we establish several new Lyapunov type inequalities for linear Hamiltonian systems on an arbitrary time scale T when the endpoints are not necessarily usual zeroes, but rather, generalized zeroes, which generalize and improve all related existing ones including the continuous and discrete cases.Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 09/2011; 381(2):695705. DOI:10.1016/j.jmaa.2011.03.036 · 1.12 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, we establish several new Lyapunovtype inequalities for the nonlinear difference system {Δx(n)=α(n)x(n+1)+β(n)y(n)μ−2y(n),Δy(n)=−γ(n)x(n+1)ν−2x(n+1)−α(n)y(n), when the endpoints are not necessarily usual zeros, but rather, generalized zeros. Our results improve almost all related existing ones.Computers & Mathematics with Applications 07/2011; 62:677684. DOI:10.1016/j.camwa.2011.05.049 · 2.00 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: We establish several sharper Lyapunovtype inequalities for the following evenorder differential equation These results improve some existing ones. 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 34B15.Journal of Inequalities and Applications 03/2011; 2012(1). DOI:10.1186/1029242X20125 · 0.77 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: In this article, we establish some stability criteria for the polar linear Hamiltonian dynamic system on time scales by using Floquet theory and Lyapunovtype inequalities. 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 39A10.Advances in Difference Equations 01/2011; 2011(1). DOI:10.1186/16871847201163 · 0.63 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: By applying minimax methods in critical point theory, we prove the existence of periodic solutions for the following discrete Hamiltonian systems Δ 2 u ( t  1 ) + ∇ F ( t , u ( t ) ) = 0 , where t ∈ ℤ , u ∈ ℝ N , F : ℤ × ℝ N → ℝ , F ( t , x ) is continuously differentiable in x for every t ∈ ℤ and is T periodic in t ; T is a positive integer.Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 01/2011; 2011. DOI:10.1155/2011/463480 · 0.88 Impact Factor 
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ABSTRACT: We establish several new Lyapunovtype inequalities for some quasilinear dynamic system involving the (p1,p2,…,pm)Laplacian on an arbitrary time scale 𝕋, which generalize and improve some related existing results including the continuous and discrete cases.Journal of Applied Mathematics 01/2011; 2011. DOI:10.1155/2011/418136 · 0.72 Impact Factor
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2011–2013

Hunan University of Technology
Chuchoushih, Hunan, China


2011–2012

Central South University
 School of Mathematics and Statistics
Ch’angshashih, Hunan, China
