# Clemente CesaranoUniversità Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO · Section of Mathematics

Clemente Cesarano

PhD Mathematics

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Special Functions, Orthogonal Polynomials, Differential Equations, Operator Theory, Numerical Analysis

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In this lecture, we will study families of Appell-type polynomials, particularly Bernoulli polynomials and Euler polynomials, together with their generalizations, as well as their degenerate version, which have been studied over time. In addition, we will explore the degenerate sine and cosine functions. On this basis, we will introduce the degener...

In this paper, we introduce the $U$-Bernoulli, $U$-Euler, and $U$-Genocchi polynomials, their numbers, and their relationship with the Riemann zeta function. We also derive the Apostol-type generalizations to obtain some of their algebraic and differential properties. We introduce generalized $U$-Bernoulli, $U$-Euler and $U$-Genocchi polynomial Pas...

This article focuses on developing and applying approximation techniques to derive conservation laws for the Timoshenko-Prescott mixed derivatives perturbed partial differential equations (PDEs). Central to our approach is employing approximate Noether-type symmetry operators linked to a conventional Lagrangian one. Within this framework, this pape...

In this paper, we study the equiform Bishop formulae for the equiform timelike curves in 3-dimensional Minkowski space where the equiform timelike spherical curves are defined according to the equiform Bishop frame. We establish a necessary and sufficient condition for an equiform timelike curve to be an equiform timelike spherical curve. Furthermo...

This paper delves into the analysis of oscillation characteristics within third-order quasi-linear delay equations, focusing on the canonical case. Novel sufficient conditions are introduced, aimed at discerning the nature of solutions-whether they exhibit oscillatory behavior or converge to zero. By expanding the literature, this study enriches th...

In this paper, the quasi-frame and quasi-formulas are introduced in Galilean three-space. In addition, the quasi-Bertrand and the quasi-Mannheim curves are studied. It is proven that the angle between the tangents of two quasi-Bertrand or quasi-Mannhiem curves is not constant. Furthermore, the quasi-involute is studied. Moreover, we prove that ther...

In this paper, we take into account the coupled stochastic Korteweg–De Vries (CSKdV) equations in the Itô sense. Using the mapping method, new trigonometric, rational, hyperbolic, and elliptic stochastic solutions are obtained. These obtained solutions can be applied to the analysis of a wide variety of crucial physical phenomena because the couple...

We take into account the (2 + 1)-dimensional stochastic Kadomtsev–Petviashvili equation with beta-derivative (SKPE-BD) in this paper. To develop new hyperbolic, trigonometric, elliptic, and rational solutions, the Riccati equation and Jacobi elliptic function methods are employed. Because the KP equation is required for explaining the development o...

In many contexts a number of interesting and useful identities involving special polynomials (e.g., Bernoulli, Euler, Bell, Apostol, Jacobi, Laguerre polynomials and their generalizations and q-analogues) can be obtained from a matrix representation. Particularly interesting are those contexts in which such identities are provided via Pascal matric...

The Fokas system with M-truncated derivative (FS-MTD) was considered in this study. To get analytical solutions of FS-MTD in the forms of elliptic, rational, hyperbolic, and trigonometric functions, we employed the extend F-expansion approach and the Jacobi elliptic function method. Since nonlinear pulse transmission in monomode optical fibers is e...

The stochastic Fokas system (SFS), driven by multiplicative noise in the Itô sense, was investigated in this study. Novel trigonometric, rational, hyperbolic, and elliptic stochastic solutions are found using a modified mapping method. Because the Fokas system is used to explain nonlinear pulse propagation in monomode optical fibers, the solutions...

In this article, we examine the Kraenkel–Manna–Merle system (KMMS) with an M-truncated derivative (MTD). Our goal is to obtain rational, hyperbolic, and trigonometric solutions by using the F-expansion technique with the Riccati equation. To our knowledge, no one has studied the exact solutions to the KMMS in the presence/absence of a damping effec...

The objective of this paper is to explore novel unified continuous and discrete versions of the Trapezium-Jensen-Mercer (TJM) inequality, incorporating the concept of convex mapping within the framework of q-calculus, and utilizing majorized tuples as a tool. To accomplish this goal, we establish two fundamental lemmas that utilize the ς 1 q and ς...

In this study, we extended and improved the oscillation criteria previously established for second-order differential equations to even-order differential equations. Some examples are given to demonstrate the significance of the results accomplished.

We study the (3+1)-dimensional stochastic Jimbo–Miwa (SJM) equation induced by multiplicative white noise in the Itô sense. We employ the Riccati equation mapping and He’s semi-inverse techniques to provide trigonometric, hyperbolic, and rational function solutions of SJME. Due to the applications of the Jimbo–Miwa equation in ocean studies and oth...

We take into account the stochastic Boiti–Leon–Manna–Pempinelli equation (SBLMPE), which is perturbed by a multiplicative Brownian motion. By applying He’s semi-inverse method and the Riccati equation mapping method, we can acquire the solutions of the SBLMPE. Since the Boiti–Leon–Manna–Pempinelli equation is utilized to explain incompressible liqu...

Quantum calculus provides a significant generalization of classical concepts and overcomes the limitations of classical calculus in tackling non-differentiable functions. Implementing the q-concepts to obtain fresh variants of classical outcomes is a very intriguing aspect of research in mathematical analysis. The objective of this article is to es...

In this work, we consider the Boiti–Leon–Manna–Pempinelli equation with the M-truncated derivative (BLMPE-MTD). Our aim here is to obtain trigonometric, rational and hyperbolic solutions of BLMPE-MTD by employing two diverse methods, namely, He’s semi-inverse method and the extended tanh function method. In addition, we generalize some previous res...

In the current study, we investigate the stochastic Benjamin–Bona–Mahony equation with beta derivative (SBBME-BD). The considered stochastic term is the multiplicative noise in the Itô sense. By combining the F-expansion approach with two separate equations, such as the Riccati and elliptic equations, new hyperbolic, trigonometric, rational, and Ja...

In this paper, we construct an analytical solution of the coupled Burgers’ equation, using the homotopy analysis method, which is a semi-analytical method, the approximate solution obtained by this method is convergent for different values of the convergence control parameter ℏ, the optimal value of ℏ corresponding with the minimum error to be dete...

The Grad–Shafranov plasma equilibrium equation was originally solved analytically in toroidal geometry, which fitted the geometric shape of the first Tokamaks. The poloidal surface of the Tokamak has evolved over the years from a circular to a D-shaped ellipse. The natural geometry that describes such a shape is the prolate elliptical one, i.e., th...

This article presents a generalization of new classes of degenerated Apostol-Bernoulli, Apostol-Euler, and Apostol-Genocchi Hermite polynomials of level m. We establish some algebraic and differential properties for generalizations of new classes of degenerated Apostol-Bernoulli polynomials. These results are shown using generating function methods...

In this study, we take into account the fractional stochastic Kraenkel–Manna–Merle system (FSKMMS). The mapping approach may be used to produce various type of stochastic fractional solutions, such as elliptic, hyperbolic, and trigonometric functions. Solutions to the Kraenkel–Manna–Merle system equation, which explains the propagation of a magneti...

This work aims to derive new inequalities that improve the asymptotic and oscillatory properties of solutions to fourth-order neutral differential equations. The relationships between the solution and its corresponding function play an important role in the oscillation theory of neutral differential equations. Therefore, we improve these relationsh...

In the sense of a conformable fractional operator, we consider a generalized fractional–stochastic nonlinear wave equation (GFSNWE). This equation may be used to depict several nonlinear physical phenomena occurring in a liquid containing gas bubbles. The analytical solutions of the GFSNWE are obtained by using the F-expansion and the Jacobi ellipt...

The stochastic shallow water wave equation (SSWWE) in the sense of the beta-derivative is considered in this study. The solutions of the SSWWE are obtained using the F-expansion technique with the Riccati equation and He’s semi-inverse method. Since the shallow water equation has many uses in ocean engineering, including river irrigation flows, tid...

In this paper, the oscillatory properties of certain second-order differential equations of neutral type are investigated. We obtain new oscillation criteria, which guarantee that every solution of these equations oscillates. Further, we get conditions of an iterative nature. These results complement and extend some beforehand results obtained in t...

In this work, we study the oscillatory properties of a higher-order neutral delay differential equation, and introduce a set of new oscillation criteria for this equation. The study of the qualitative behavior of delay differential equations, especially the neutral ones, is of great importance from the practical side as well as the theoretical side...

In this paper, we consider the (3 + 1)-dimensional fractional-stochastic quantum Zakharov–Kuznetsov equation (FSQZKE) with M-truncated derivative. To find novel trigonometric, hyperbolic, elliptic, and rational fractional solutions, two techniques are used: the Jacobi elliptic function approach and the modified F-expansion method. We also expand on...

Investigating the jounce vector in planar and space motion is the primary objective of this paper. For planar motion, the jounce vector is split into tangential‐normal and radial‐transverse components. Simple pendulum oscillation, a central force proportionate to distance, and Keplerian orbital motion are used as models for plane motion to show the...

In this paper, we consider the (4+1)-dimensional fractional Fokas equation (FFE) with an M-truncated derivative. The extended tanh–coth method and the Jacobi elliptic function method are utilized to attain new hyperbolic, trigonometric, elliptic, and rational fractional solutions. In addition, we generalize some previous results. The acquired solut...

In this paper, we look at the (4 + 1)‐dimensional stochastic Fokas equation (SFE) perturbed in the Itô sense by white noise. The tanh‐coth method and mapping method are used to acquire new trigonometric, hyperbolic, elliptic, and rational stochastic solutions. Also, we extend some earlier studies. Because the SFE equation is essential for describin...

In this paper, we introduce a class of new classes of degenerate unified polynomials and we show some algebraic and differential properties. This class includes the Appell-type classical polynomials and their most relevant generalizations. Most of the results are proved by using generating function methods and we illustrate our results with some ex...

The stochastic fractional-space Korteweg–de Vries equation (SFSKdVE) in the sense of the M-truncated derivative is examined in this article. In the Itô sense, the SFSKdVE is forced by multiplicative white noise. To produce new trigonometric, hyperbolic, rational, and elliptic stochastic fractional solutions, the tanh–coth and Jacobi elliptic functi...

In this article, we establish several new generalized Hardy-type inequalities involving several functions on time-scale nabla calculus. Furthermore, we derive some new multidimensional Hardy-type inequalities on time scales nabla calculus. The main results are proved by applying Minkowski’s inequality, Jensen’s inequality and Arithmetic Mean–Geomet...

In this paper, the (2+1)-dimensional q-deformed Sinh-Gordon model has been investigated via (G′G,1G)-expansion and Sine-Gordon-expansion methods. These techniques successfully retrieve trigonometric as well as hyperbolic solutions, along necessary restricted conditions applied on parameters. In addition to these solutions, dark solitons and complex...

In this paper, we establish some new dynamic inequalities involving C-monotonic functions with C≥1, on time scales. As a special case of our results when C=1, we obtain the inequalities involving increasing or decreasing functions (where for C=1, the 1-decreasing function is decreasing and the 1-increasing function is increasing). The main results...

In the present article, we iteratively deduce new monotonic properties of a class from the positive solutions of fourth-order delay differential equations. We discuss the non-canonical case in which there are possible decreasing positive solutions. Then, we find iterative criteria that exclude the existence of these positive decreasing solutions. U...

Here, we analyze the (2+1)-dimensional stochastic modified Kordeweg–de Vries (SmKdV) equation perturbed by multiplicative white noise in the Stratonovich sense. We apply the mapping method to obtain new trigonometric, elliptic, and rational stochastic fractional solutions. Because of the importance of the KdV equation in characterizing the behavior...

In this article, the stochastic Davey–Stewartson equations (SDSEs) forced by multiplicative noise are addressed. We use the mapping method to find new rational, elliptic, hyperbolic and trigonometric functions. In addition, we generalize some previously obtained results. Due to the significance of the Davey–Stewartson equations in plasma physics, n...

Fractional–stochastic Drinfel’d–Sokolov–Wilson equations (FSDSWEs) forced by multiplicative Brownian motion are assumed. This equation is employed in mathematical physics, plasma physics, surface physics, applied sciences, and population dynamics. The (G′/G)-expansion method is utilized to find rational, hyperbolic, and trigonometric stochastic sol...

In this work, we develop enhanced Hille-type oscillation conditions for arbitrary-time, second-order quasilinear functional dynamic equations. These findings extend and improve previous research that has been published in the literature. Some examples are given to demonstrate the importance of the obtained results.

The main objective of this paper is to introduce a new class of convexity called left-rightbi-convex fuzzy interval-valued functions. We study this class from the perspective of fractional Hermite–Hadamardinequalities, involving a newfractional integral called the left-right–AB fractional integral. We discuss several special cases that demonstrate...

In the present article, we give analytical solutions for temperature distribution in a rectangular parallelepiped with the help of a multivariable I-function. The results established in this paper are of a general character from which several known and new results can be deduced. We also give the special and particular cases of our main findings

In this paper, the coupled nonlinear KdV (CNKdV) equations are solved in a stochastic environment. Hermite transforms, generalized conformable derivative, and an algorithm that merges the white noise instruments and the (G′/G2)-expansion technique are utilized to obtain white noise functional conformable solutions for these equations. New stochasti...

The aim of this paper is to study new classes of degenerated generalized Apostol-Bernoulli, Apostol-Euler and Apostol-Genocchi polynomials of order $\alpha$ and level $m$ in the variable $x$. Here the degenerate polynomials are a natural extension of the classic polynomials. In more detail, we derive their explicit expressions, recurrence relations...

Integral inequalities make up a comprehensive and prolific field of research within the field of mathematical interpretations. Integral inequalities in association with convexity have a strong relationship with symmetry. Different disciplines of mathematics and applied sciences have taken a new path as a result of the development of new fractional...

The main objective of this work is to deduce some interesting algebraic relationships that connect the degenerated generalized Apostol–Bernoulli, Apostol–Euler and Apostol– Genocchi polynomials and other families of polynomials such as the generalized Bernoulli polynomials of level m and the Genocchi polynomials. Futher, find new recurrence formula...

The quasi frame is more efficient than the Frenet frame in investigating surfaces, and it is regarded a generalization frame of both the Frenet and Bishop frames. The geometry of quasi-Hasimoto surfaces in Minkowski 3-space $ \mathbb{E}_1^3 $ is investigated in this paper. For the three situations of non-lightlike curves, the geometric features of...

A new auxiliary result pertaining to twice (q1,q2)-differentiable functions is derived. Using this new auxiliary result, some new versions of Hermite–Hadamard’s inequality involving the class of generalized 𝔪-convex functions are obtained. Finally, to demonstrate the significance of the main outcomes, some applications are discussed for hypergeomet...

In this work, we study the asymptotic behavior of even-order delay functional differential equation. As an extension of the recent development in the study of oscillation, we obtain improved and simplified criteria that test the oscillation of solutions of the studied equation. We adopt an approach that improves the relationships between the soluti...

In this paper, we analyze the q-iterative schemes to determine the roots of nonlinear equations by applying the decomposition technique with Simpson’s 13-rule in the setting of q-calculus. We discuss the convergence analysis of our suggested iterative methods. To check the efficiency and performance, we also compare our main outcomes with some well...

We address here the space-fractional stochastic Hirota–Maccari system (SFSHMs) derived by the multiplicative Brownian motion in the Stratonovich sense. To acquire innovative elliptic, trigonometric and rational stochastic fractional solutions, we employ the Jacobi elliptic functions method. The attained solutions are useful in describing certain fa...

In the present paper, we prove some new reverse type dynamic inequalities on T. Our main inequalities are proved by using the chain rule and Fubini’s theorem on time scales T. Our results extend some existing results in the literature. As special cases, we obtain some new discrete inequalities, quantum inequalities and integral inequalities.

In this article, by using some algebraic inequalities, nabla Hölder inequalities, and nabla Jensen’s inequalities on timescales, we proved some new nabla Hilbert-type dynamic inequalities on timescales. These inequalities extend some known dynamic inequalities on timescales and unify some continuous inequalities and their corresponding discrete ana...

In this important work, we discuss some novel Hilbert-type dynamic inequalities on time scales. The inequalities investigated here generalize several known dynamic inequalities on time scales and unify and extend some continuous inequalities and their corresponding discrete analogues. Our results will be proved by using some algebraic inequalities,...

In this article, we will prove some new diamond alpha Hilbert-type dynamic inequalities
on time scales which are defined as a linear combination of the nabla and delta integrals. These
inequalities extend some known dynamic inequalities on time scales, and unify and extend some
continuous inequalities and their corresponding discrete analogues. Our...

The stochastic fractional (2 + 1)-dimensional Heisenberg ferromagnetic spin chain equation (SFHFSCE), which is driven in the Stratonovich sense by a multiplicative Wiener process, is considered here. The analytical solutions of the SFHFSCE are attained by utilizing the Jacobi elliptic function method. Various kinds of analytical fractional stochast...

Nonhomogeneous systems of fractional differential equations with pure delay are considered. As an application, the representation of solutions of these systems and their delayed Mittag-Leffler matrix functions are used to obtain the finite time stability results. Our results improve and extend the previous related results. Finally, to illustrate ou...

In this paper, we establish oscillation theorems for all solutions to fourth-order neutral differential equations using the Riccati transformation approach and some inequalities. Some new criteria are established that can be used in cases where known theorems fail to apply. The approach followed depends on finding conditions that guarantee the excl...

In this work, new criteria were established for testing the oscillatory behavior of solutions of a class of even-order delay differential equations. We follow an approach that depends on obtaining new monotonic properties for the decreasing positive solutions of the studied equation. Moreover, we use these properties to provide new oscillation crit...

In this article, a new class of the degenerate Apostol–type Hermite polynomials is introduced. Certain algebraic and differential properties of there polynomials are derived. Most of the results are proved by using generating function methods.

In this paper, we focus on the stochastic fractional Kundu–Mukherjee–Naskar equation perturbed in the Stratonovich sense by the multiplicative Wiener process. To gain new elliptic, rational, hyperbolic and trigonometric stochastic solutions, we use two different methods: the Jacobi elliptic function method and the (G′/G)-expansion method. Because o...

A class of stochastic fractional diffusion equations with polynomials is considered in this article. This equation is used in numerous applications, such as ecology, bioengineering, biology, and mechanical and chemical engineering. As a result, it is critical to obtain exact solutions to this equation. To obtain these solutions, the tanh-coth metho...

In this work, we investigate the oscillatory properties of the neutral differential equation (r(l)[(s(l)+p(l)s(g(l)))′]v)′+∑i=1nqi(l)sv(hi(l))=0, where s≥s0. We first present new monotonic properties for the solutions of this equation, and these properties are characterized by an iterative nature. Using these new properties, we obtain new oscillati...

By starting from the standard definitions of the incomplete two-variable Hermite polynomials, we propose non-trivial generalizations and we show some applications to the Bessel-type functions as the Humbert functions. We also present a generalization of the Laguerre polynomials in the same context of the incomplete-type and we use these to obtain r...

This work aims at investigating the geometry of surfaces corresponding to the geometry of solutions of the vortex filament equation in Euclidean 3-space E3 using the quasi-frame. In particular, we discuss some geometric properties and some characterizations of parameter curves of these surfaces in E3.

The main objective of the present article is to prove some new ∇ dynamic inequalities of Hardy–Hilbert-type on time scales. We present and prove very important generalized results with the help of the Fenchel–Legendre transform, submultiplicative functions, and Hölder’s and Jensen’s inequality on time scales. We obtain some well-known time scale in...

In this work, we will derive new asymptotic properties of the positive solutions of the fourth-order neutral differential equation with the non-canonical factor. We follow an improved approach that enables us to create oscillation criteria of an iterative nature that can be applied more than once to test oscillation. In light of this, we will use t...

In this paper, a hybrid technique called the homotopy analysis Sumudu transform method has been implemented solve fractional-order partial differential equations. This technique is the amalgamation of Sumudu transform method and the homotopy analysis method. Three examples are considered to validate and demonstrate the efficacy and accuracy of the...

The theory of convexity has a rich and paramount history and has been the interest of
intense research for longer than a century in mathematics. It has not just fascinating and profound outcomes in different branches of engineering and mathematical sciences, it also has plenty of uses because of its geometrical interpretation and definition. It als...

We present some solutions of the three-dimensional Laplace equation in terms of linear combinations of generalized hyperogeometric functions in prolate elliptic geometry, which simulates the current tokamak shapes. Such solutions are valid for particular parameter values. The derived solutions are compared with the solutions obtained in the standar...

In this article, we utilize recent generalized fractional operators to establish some fractional inequalities in Hermite–Hadamard and Minkowski settings. It is obvious that many previously published inequalities can be derived as particular cases from our outcomes. Moreover, we articulate some flaws in the proofs of recently affiliated formulas by...

In this work, by establishing new asymptotic properties of non-oscillatory solutions of the even-order delay differential equation, we obtain new criteria for oscillation. The new criteria provide better results when determining the values of coefficients that correspond to oscillatory solutions. To explain the significance of our results, we apply...

This work aims at studying resolutions of the jerk and snap vectors of a point particle moving along a quasi curve in Euclidean 3-space E3. In particular, we obtain the resolution of the jerk and snap vectors along the quasi vectors and offer an alternative resolution of the jerk and snap vectors along the tangential direction and two special radia...