Manuel De la Sen

Manuel De la Sen
Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea | UPV/EHU · Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo de Procesos

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October 1977 - present
Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Position
  • Professor of Systems Eng. and Automatic Control; Director of the Institute of Resaearch and Development of Processes
Description
  • Adative and non-periodic sampling ; robust and adaptive control; mathematical systems and control theory; fixed point theory; dynamic systems( discrete, multirate, continuous-time, hybrid, time-delayed ); differential equations , expert systems
October 1977 - present
Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Position
  • Professor of Systems Engeneering and Automatic Control
Description
  • Nonlinear Control Systems and Optimization ( 21 times ) Linear Control Systens (2) Adaptive Control (5) Mathematical Methods for Physics (5) Theory of Electrical Machines (1) Principles of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (3)
October 1977 - present
University of the Basque Country
Position
  • Professor of Systems Engineering and Automatic Control
Education
October 1980 - April 1987
University of Grenoble
Field of study
  • Sciences Physiques ( Automatique et Traitement du Signal)
September 1977 - July 1979
Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Field of study
  • Automation and Control Systems
October 1970 - July 1975

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In this paper, we prove the fixed point theorem for rational contractive mapping on R-metric space. Additionally, an Euclidean metric space with a binary relation example and an application to the first order boundary value problem are given. Moreover, the obtained results generalize and extend some of the well-known results in the literature.
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Recently, several research articles have investigated the existence of solutions for dynamical systems with fractional order and their controllability. Nevertheless, very little attention has been given to the observability of such dynamical systems. In the present work, we explore the outcomes of controllability and observability regarding a diffe...
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This paper studies a general p-contractive condition of a self-mapping T on X, where (X,d) is either a metric space or a dislocated metric space, which combines the contribution to the upper-bound of d(Tx, Ty), where x and y are arbitrary elements in X of a weighted combination of the distances d(x,y), d(x, Tx), d(y, Ty), d(x, Ty), d(y, Tx), |d(x,T...
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In the year 2014, Almeida et al. introduced a new class of mappings, namely, contractions of Geraghty type. Additionally, in the year 2021, Beg et al. introduced the concept of generalized F-proximal contraction of the first kind and generalized F-proximal contraction of the second kind, respectively. After developing these concepts, authors mainly...
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In theoretical ecology, recent field experiments on terrestrial vertebrates observe that the predator–prey interaction can not only be curtailed by direct consumption but also governed by some indirect effects such as the fear of predator which may reduce the reproduction rate of prey individuals. Based on this fact, we have developed and explored...
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A concept of fuzzy projection operator is introduced and use to investigate the non-emptiness of the fuzzy proximal pairs. We then consider the classes of noncyclic contractions and noncyclic relatively nonexpansive mappings and survey the existence of best proximity pairs for such mappings. In the case that the considered mapping is noncyclic rela...
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In this work, we emphasise the dynamical study of spreading COVID-19 in Bangladesh. Considering the uncertainty caused by the limited coronavirus (COVID-19) information, we have taken the modified Susceptible-Asymptomatic-Infectious-Hospitalised-Recovered (SAIHR) compartmental model in a Caputo fractional order system. We have also introduced publi...
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.The aim of this paper is to prove some new fixed point results for a pair of multivalued dominated locally contractive mappings in b-multiplicative metric space. Further, fixed point theorems for multi graph dominated mappings are also established. Some new fixed point results on closed ball are obtained for a pair of multigraph dominated mappings...
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This paper deals with the existence of non-empty fixed point sets of newly introduced generalized set-valued $ F $-contractions of $ b $-metric spaces. Some illustrative examples show that the new results in this paper generalize properly, unify and extend some related results in the existing literature. Moreover, we extract some important conseque...
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In this paper, a multivalued self-mapping is defined on the union of a finite number of subsets (>=2) of a metric space which is, in general, of a mixed cyclic and acyclic nature in the sense that it can perform some iterations within each of the subsets before executing a switching action to its right adjacent one when generating orbits. The self-...
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This manuscript deals with the qualitative study of certain properties of an immunogenic tumors model. Mainly, we obtain a dynamically consistent discrete-time immunogenic tumors model using a nonstandard difference scheme. The existence of fixed points and their stability are discussed. It is shown that a continuous system experiences Hopf bifurca...
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In this article, we define a new space named the modular-like space with its related concepts to prove the existence of a fixed point and a point of coincidence for mappings on this space. Also, we defined Ćirić-Reich-Rus type weakly contractive mappings on modular-like spaces and discussed some conditions that guarantee the existence of the fixed...
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The aim of the manuscript is to present the concept of a graphical double controlled metric-like space (for short, GDCML-space). The structure of an open ball of the proposed space is also discussed, and the newly presented ideas are explained with a new technique by depicting appropriately directed graphs. Moreover, we present some examples in a g...
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: This paper visualizes the role of hyperstable controllers in the closed-loop asymptotic stability of a single-input single-output system subject to any nonlinear and eventually time-varying controller within the hyperstable class. The feed-forward controlled loop (or controlled plant) contains a strongly strictly positive real transfer function i...
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In this paper, the results of a quadruple coincidence point (QCP) are established for commuting mapping in the setting of fuzzy metric spaces (FMSs) without using a partially ordered set. In addition, several related results are presented in order to generalize some of the prior findings in this area. Finally, to support and enhance our theoretical...
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The purpose is to ensure that a continuous convex contraction mapping of order two in b-metric spaces has a unique fixed point. Moreover, this result is generalized for convex contractions of order n in b-metric spaces and also in almost and quasi b-metric spaces.
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The study of symmetry is a major tool in the nonlinear analysis. The symmetricity of distance function in a metric space plays important role in proving the existence of a fixed point for a self mapping. In this work, we approximate a fixed point of noncyclic relatively nonexpansive mappings by using a three-step Thakur iterative scheme in uniforml...
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It is estimated by scientists that 50–80% of the oxygen production on the planet comes from the oceans due to the photosynthetic activity of phytoplankton. Some of this production is consumed by both phytoplankton and zooplankton for cellular respiration. In this article, we have analyzed the dynamics of the oxygen-plankton model with a modified Ho...
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This research studies a class of linear, hybrid, time-varying, continuous time-systems with time-varying delayed dynamics and non-necessarily bounded, time-varying, time-differentiable delay. The considered class of systems also involves a contribution to the whole delayed dynamics with respect to the last preceding sampled values of the solution a...
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In this work, we propose the three-step Thakur iterative process associated with two mappings in the setting of Banach space. Using this Thakur iteration, we approximate a common fixed point for a pair of noncyclic, relatively nonexpansive mappings. And we support our main result with a numerical example. Also, we give a stronger version of our mai...
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This manuscript was built to generalize Ekeland variational principle for mixed monotone functions in the setting of partially ordered complete metric spaces. The results obtained are applied to give different proofs for tripled fixed points of mixed monotone mappings in the mentioned space by using a variational technique. The results presented in...
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This paper deals with the closed-loop stabilization of a network which consists of a set of coupled hybrid single-input single-output (SISO) subsystems. Each hybrid subsystem involves a continuous-time subsystem together with a digital (or, eventually, discrete-time) one being subject to eventual mutual couplings of dynamics and also to discrete de...
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Some physical phenomena were described through fractional differential equations and compared with integer-order differential equations which have better results, which is why researchers of different areas have paid great attention to study this direction. So, in this manuscript, we discuss the existence and uniqueness of solutions to a system of...
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The performance and thermal properties of convective-radiative rectangular and moving exponential porous fins with variable thermal conductivity together with internal heat generation are investigated. The second law of thermodynamics is used to investigate entropy generation in the proposed fins. The model is numerically solved using shooting tech...
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In this paper, we discuss the existence of best proximity points of new generalized proximal contractions of metric spaces. Moreover, we obtain a completeness characterization of underlying metric space via the best proximity points. Some new best proximity point theorems have been derived as consequences of main results in (partially ordered) metr...
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In this paper, an efficient computational technique for the numerical solution of the Burgers’ equation (BE) is presented. The derivative in space is approximated using cubic B-splines and the Hermite formula whereas time discretization is performed by finite differences. The stability of the proposed scheme is derived using the standard von Neuman...
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This paper presents and studies a new epidemic SIR (Susceptible–Infectious–Recovered) model with susceptible recruitment and eventual joint vaccination efforts for both newborn and susceptible individuals. Furthermore, saturation effects in the infection incidence terms are eventually assumed for both the infectious and the susceptible subpopulatio...
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The property of external positivity of dynamic systems is commonly defined as the non-negativity of the output for all time under zero initial conditions and any given non-negative input for all time. This paper investigates the extension of that property for a structured class of initial conditions of a single-input single-output (SISO) linear dyn...
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During the recent COVID-19 pandemic, quarantine and testing policies have been of vital importance since the causative agent has been a novel virus and no vaccine was developed at the time. In this work, a new epidemiological deterministic model is proposed, analyzed, and discussed. Such a model includes quarantine periods of people with symptoms t...
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The aim of this paper is to propose a new faster iterative scheme (called AA-iteration) to approximate the fixed point of (b,η)-enriched contraction mapping in the framework of Banach spaces. It is also proved that our iteration is stable and converges faster than many iterations existing in the literature. For validity of our proposed scheme, we p...
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We investigate the existence of fixed point problems on a partial metric space. The results obtained are for set contractions in the domain of sets and the pattern for the partial metric space is constructed on a directed graph. Essentially, our main strategy is to employ generalized $ \phi $-contractions in order to prove our results, where the fi...
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The aim of this article is to obtain common fixed point results on complex-valued extended $ b $-metric spaces for rational contractions involving control functions of two variables. Our theorems generalize some famous results in the literature. We supply an example to show the originality of our main result. As an application, we develop common fi...
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In this paper, we define multi-fuzzy Banach algebra and then prove the stability of involution on multi-fuzzy Banach algebra by fixed point method. That is, if f:A→A is an approximately involution on multi-fuzzy Banach algebra A, then there exists an involution H:A→A which is near to f. In addition, under some conditions on f, the algebra A has mul...
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This paper analyses an SIRS epidemic model with the vaccination of susceptible individuals and treatment of infectious ones. Both actions are governed by a designed control system whose inputs are the subpopulations of the epidemic model. In addition, the vaccination of a proportion of newborns is considered. The control reproduction number Rc of t...
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DNA microarray technology with biological data-set can monitor the expression levels of thousands of genes simultaneously. Microarray data analysis is important in phenotype classification of diseases. In this work, the computational part basically predicts the tendency towards mortality using different classification techniques by identifying feat...
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Citation: Sarwar, M.; Ullah, M.; Aydi, H.; De La Sen, M. Near-Fixed Point Results via Z-Contractions in Metric Interval and Normed Interval Spaces. Symmetry 2021, 13, 2320. https://doi.
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We get the strong and Δ -convergence of the Picard-Krasnoselskii hybrid iteration scheme to a fixed point of a self-map endowed with the condition ( B γ , μ ) . We use the nonlinear context of CAT(0) spaces for establishing these results. We present a new example of a self-map endowed with ( B γ , μ ) condition and prove that its Picard-Krasnoselsk...
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The primary goal of this research is to investigate COVID-19 transmission patterns in West Bengal, India in 2021; the first Coronavirus illness (COVID-19) in West Bengal was revealed on 17 March 2020. We employed the modified Susceptible-Asymptomatic-Vaccinated-Comorbidity-Infectious-Recovered (SAVICR) compartmental model as part of fractional orde...
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In this article, the modified coupled Korteweg-de Vries equation with Caputo and Caputo-Fabrizio time-fractional derivatives are considered. The system is studied by applying the modified double Laplace transform decomposition method which is a very effective tool for solving nonlinear coupled systems. The proposed method is a composition of the do...
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The principal goal of this work is to investigate new sufficient conditions for the existence and convergence of positive definite solutions to certain classes of matrix equations. Under specific assumptions, the basic tool in our study is a monotone mapping, which admits a unique fixed point in the setting of a partially ordered Banach space. To e...
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We propose a new class of implicit relations and an implicit type contractive condition based on it in the relational metric spaces under w -distance functional. Further we derive fixed points results based on them. Useful examples illustrate the applicability and effectiveness of the presented results. We apply these results to discuss sufficient...
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Without a partially ordered set, in this manuscript, we investigate quadruple coincidence point (QCP) results for commuting mapping in the setting of fuzzy metric spaces (FMSs). Furthermore, some relevant ndings are presented to generalize some of the previous results in this direction. Ultimately, non-trivial examples and applications to nd a uniq...
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The interaction among phytoplankton and zooplankton is one of the most important processes in ecology. Discrete-time mathematical models are commonly used for describing the dynamical properties of phytoplankton and zooplankton interaction with nonoverlapping generations. In such type of generations a new age group swaps the older group after regul...
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We prove the existence and uniqueness of fixed points of some generalized contractible operators defined on modular G-metric spaces and also prove the modular G-continuity of such operators. Furthermore, we prove that some generalized weakly compatible contractive operators in modular G-metric spaces have a unique fixed point. Our results extend, g...
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The aim of this paper is to propose a new iterative algorithm to approximate the solution for a variational inequality problem in real Hilbert spaces. A strong convergence result for the above problem is established under certain mild conditions. Our proposed method requires the computation of only one projection onto the feasible set in each itera...
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This paper is devoted to a type of combined impulsive discrete Beverton–Holt equations in ecology when eventual discontinuities at sampling time instants are considered. Such discontinuities could be interpreted as impulses in the corresponding continuous-time logistic equations. The set of equations involve competition-type coupled dynamics among...
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The objective of this manuscript is to present new tripled fixed point results for mixed monotone mappings by a pivotal lemma in the setting of partially ordered complete metric spaces. Our outcomes sum up, enrich and generalize several results in the current writing. Moreover, some examples here have been discussed to strengthen and support our th...
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Mathematical models of different types and data intensities are highly used by researchers, epidemiologists, and national authorities to explore the inherently unpredictable progression of COVID-19, including the effects of different non-pharmaceutical interventions. Regardless of model complexity, forecasts of future COVID-19 infections, deaths an...
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In this paper, we introduce the Yang transform homotopy perturbation method (YTHPM), which is a novel method. We provide formulae for the Yang transform of Caputo-Fabrizio fractional order derivatives. We derive an algorithm for the solution of Caputo-Fabrizio (CF) fractional order partial differential equation in series form and show its convergen...
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The main purpose of this paper is to present some fixed-point results for a pair of fuzzy dominated mappings which are generalized V -contractions in modular-like metric spaces. Some theorems using a partial order are discussed and also some useful results to graphic contractions for fuzzy-graph dominated mappings are developed. To explain the vali...
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The objective of this paper is to present a new notion of a tripled fixed point (TFP) findings by virtue of a control function in the framework of fuzzy cone metric spaces (FCM-spaces). This function is a continuous one-to-one self-map that is subsequentially convergent (SC) in FCM-spaces. Moreover, by using the triangular property of a FCM, some u...
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The principal motivation of this paper is to establish a new integral equality related to k-Riemann Liouville fractional operator. Employing this equality, we present several new inequalities for twice differentiable convex functions that are associated with Hermite–Hadamard integral inequality. Additionally, some novel cases of the established res...
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Habitat complexity or the structural complexity of habitat reduces the available space for interacting species, and subsequently, the encounter rate between the prey and predator is decreased significantly. Different experimental shreds of evidence validate that the presence of the predator strongly affects the physiological behaviour of prey indiv...
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In this work, we solve the system of integro-differential equations (in terms of Caputo–Fabrizio calculus) using the concepts of the best proximity pair (point) and measure of noncompactness. We first introduce the concept of cyclic (noncyclic) Θ-condensing operator for a pair of sets using the measure of noncompactness and then establish results o...
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This paper proposes and studies the reachability of a singular regular dynamic discrete Leontief-type economic model which includes production industries, recycling industries, and non-renewable products in an integrated way. The designed prefixed final state to be reached, under discussed reachability conditions, is subject to necessary additional...
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This paper studies a new extended SEIR (susceptible-exposed-infectious recovered) epidemic model which incorporates the contribution of infective contagions to the resident population from infective exposed (Eo) and infectious (Io) outsiders as well as eventual delayed re-susceptibility by partial loss of immunity. It is referred to as a SEIRDEoIo...
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In this paper, we define the concept of (F, h) − α − β-contractive mappings in probabilistic Menger space and prove some fixed point theorems for such mappings. Some examples are given to support the obtained results.
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En este artículo se presenta un nuevo tipo de control aplicado a una plataforma flotante multipropósito tipo barcaza capaz de aprovechar la energía eólica y undimotriz de manera simultánea. Además, los captadores de energía undimotriz se componen de columnas de agua oscilante (OWC) que ayudarán a estabilizar la plataforma y la turbina eólica flotan...