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1. The functional variable method for finding exact solutions of some ...

and KEWANG CHEN. College of Mathematics and Statistics, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, ... Introduction. The effort in finding exact solutions of nonlinear equations is very important for understanding most nonlinear physical phenomena. For instance, the nonlinear wave phenomena observed ...

2. Exact Solutions to Maccari's System

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Pan, Jun-Ting; Gong, Lun-Xun

2007-07-01

Based on the generalized Riccati relation, an algebraic method to construct a series of exact solutions to nonlinear evolution equations is proposed. Being concise and straightforward, the method is applied to Maccari's system, and some exact solutions of the system are obtained. The method is of important significance in exploring exact solutions for other nonlinear evolution equations.

3. Exact solution of some linear matrix equations using algebraic methods

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Djaferis, T. E.; Mitter, S. K.

1977-01-01

A study is done of solution methods for Linear Matrix Equations including Lyapunov's equation, using methods of modern algebra. The emphasis is on the use of finite algebraic procedures which are easily implemented on a digital computer and which lead to an explicit solution to the problem. The action f sub BA is introduced a Basic Lemma is proven. The equation PA + BP = -C as well as the Lyapunov equation are analyzed. Algorithms are given for the solution of the Lyapunov and comment is given on its arithmetic complexity. The equation P - A'PA = Q is studied and numerical examples are given.

4. Exact solutions of the time-fractional Fisher equation by using modified trial equation method

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Tandogan, Yusuf Ali; Bildik, Necdet

2016-06-01

In this study, modified trial equation method has been proposed to obtain precise solutions of nonlinear fractional differential equation. Using the modified test equation method, we obtained some new exact solutions of the time fractional nonlinear Fisher equation. The obtained results are classified as a soliton solution, singular solutions, rational function solutions and periodic solutions.

5. A Table Lookup Method for Exact Analytical Solutions of Nonlinear Fractional Partial Differential Equations

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Ji Juan-Juan

2017-01-01

Full Text Available A table lookup method for solving nonlinear fractional partial differential equations (fPDEs is proposed in this paper. Looking up the corresponding tables, we can quickly obtain the exact analytical solutions of fPDEs by using this method. To illustrate the validity of the method, we apply it to construct the exact analytical solutions of four nonlinear fPDEs, namely, the time fractional simplified MCH equation, the space-time fractional combined KdV-mKdV equation, the (2+1-dimensional time fractional Zoomeron equation, and the space-time fractional ZKBBM equation. As a result, many new types of exact analytical solutions are obtained including triangular periodic solution, hyperbolic function solution, singular solution, multiple solitary wave solution, and Jacobi elliptic function solution.

6. The exact solutions of nonlinear problems by Homotopy Analysis Method (HAM

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Hafiz Abdul Wahab

2016-06-01

Full Text Available The present paper presents the comparison of analytical techniques. We establish the existence of the phenomena of the noise terms in the perturbation series solution and find the exact solution of the nonlinear problems. If the noise terms exist, the Homotopy Analysis method gives the same series solution as in Adomian Decomposition Method as well as homotopy Perturbation Method (Wahab et al, 2015 and we get the exact solution using the initial guess in Homotopy Analysis Method using the results obtained by Adomian Decomposition Method.

7. Exact Solutions of the Space Time Fractional Symmetric Regularized Long Wave Equation Using Different Methods

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Özkan Güner

2014-01-01

Full Text Available We apply the functional variable method, exp-function method, and (G′/G-expansion method to establish the exact solutions of the nonlinear fractional partial differential equation (NLFPDE in the sense of the modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. As a result, some new exact solutions for them are obtained. The results show that these methods are very effective and powerful mathematical tools for solving nonlinear fractional equations arising in mathematical physics. As a result, these methods can also be applied to other nonlinear fractional differential equations.

8. The First-Integral Method and Abundant Explicit Exact Solutions to the Zakharov Equations

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2012-01-01

Full Text Available This paper is concerned with the system of Zakharov equations which involves the interactions between Langmuir and ion-acoustic waves in plasma. Abundant explicit and exact solutions of the system of Zakharov equations are derived uniformly by using the first integral method. These exact solutions are include that of the solitary wave solutions of bell-type for n and E, the solitary wave solutions of kink-type for E and bell-type for n, the singular traveling wave solutions, periodic wave solutions of triangle functions, Jacobi elliptic function doubly periodic solutions, and Weierstrass elliptic function doubly periodic wave solutions. The results obtained confirm that the first integral method is an efficient technique for analytic treatment of a wide variety of nonlinear systems of partial differential equations.

9. Exact solutions to the KDV-Burgers equation with forcing term using Tanh-Coth method

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Chukkol, Yusuf Buba; Mohamad, Mohd Nor; Muminov, Mukhiddin I.

2017-08-01

In this paper, tanh-coth method was applied to derive the exact travelling wave solutions to the Korteweg-de-Vries and Burgers equation with forcing term(fKDVB). Solutions that are linear combination of solitary and shock wave solutions, and periodic wave solutions are obtained, by reducing the equation to the homogeneous type using a wave transformation. The method with the help of symbolic computation tool box provides a systematic way of solving many physical models involving nonlinear partial differential equations in mathematical physics.

10. Exact solutions of some fractional differential equations by various expansion methods

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Topsakal, Muammer; Guner, Ozkan; Bekir, Ahmet; Unsal, Omer

2016-10-01

In this paper, we construct the exact solutions of some nonlinear spacetime fractional differential equations involving modified Riemann-Liouville derivative in mathematical physics and applied mathematics; namely the fractional modified Benjamin-Bona- Mahony (mBBM) and Kawahara equations by using G'/G and (G'/G, 1/G)-expansion methods.

11. Improved hyperbolic function method and exact solutions for variable coefficient Benjamin-Bona-Mahony-Burgers equation

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Ma Hong-Cai

2015-01-01

Full Text Available By using the improved hyperbolic function method, we investigate the variable coefficient Benjamin-Bona-Mahony-Burgers equation which is very important in fluid mechanics. Some exact solutions are obtained. Under some conditions, the periodic wave leads to the kink-like wave.

12. Exact Solutions of Fractional Burgers and Cahn-Hilliard Equations Using Extended Fractional Riccati Expansion Method

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Wei Li; Huizhang Yang; Bin He

2014-01-01

Based on a general fractional Riccati equation and with Jumarie’s modified Riemann-Liouville derivative to an extended fractional Riccati expansion method for solving the time fractional Burgers equation and the space-time fractional Cahn-Hilliard equation, the exact solutions expressed by the hyperbolic functions and trigonometric functions are obtained. The obtained results show that the presented method is effective and appropriate for solving nonlinear fractional differential equations.

13. Exact Solutions of Fractional Burgers and Cahn-Hilliard Equations Using Extended Fractional Riccati Expansion Method

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Wei Li

2014-01-01

Full Text Available Based on a general fractional Riccati equation and with Jumarie’s modified Riemann-Liouville derivative to an extended fractional Riccati expansion method for solving the time fractional Burgers equation and the space-time fractional Cahn-Hilliard equation, the exact solutions expressed by the hyperbolic functions and trigonometric functions are obtained. The obtained results show that the presented method is effective and appropriate for solving nonlinear fractional differential equations.

14. Exact Solutions for Some Fractional Partial Differential Equations by the Method

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Zheng, Bin

2013-01-01

We apply the method to seek exact solutions for several fractional partial differential equations including the space-time fractional (2 + 1)-dimensional dispersive long wave equations, the (2 + 1)-dimensional space-time fractional Nizhnik-Novikov-Veselov system, and the time fractional fifth-order Sawada-Kotera equation. The fractional derivative is defined in the sense of modified Riemann-liouville derivative. Based on a certain variable transformation, these fractional partial diffe...

15. The Semianalytical Solutions for Stiff Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations by Using Variational Iteration Method and Modified Variational Iteration Method with Comparison to Exact Solutions

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Mehmet Tarik Atay

2013-01-01

Full Text Available The Variational Iteration Method (VIM and Modified Variational Iteration Method (MVIM are used to find solutions of systems of stiff ordinary differential equations for both linear and nonlinear problems. Some examples are given to illustrate the accuracy and effectiveness of these methods. We compare our results with exact results. In some studies related to stiff ordinary differential equations, problems were solved by Adomian Decomposition Method and VIM and Homotopy Perturbation Method. Comparisons with exact solutions reveal that the Variational Iteration Method (VIM and the Modified Variational Iteration Method (MVIM are easier to implement. In fact, these methods are promising methods for various systems of linear and nonlinear stiff ordinary differential equations. Furthermore, VIM, or in some cases MVIM, is giving exact solutions in linear cases and very satisfactory solutions when compared to exact solutions for nonlinear cases depending on the stiffness ratio of the stiff system to be solved.

16. Methods for constructing exact solutions of partial differential equations mathematical and analytical techniques with applications to engineering

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Meleshko, Sergey V

2005-01-01

Differential equations, especially nonlinear, present the most effective way for describing complex physical processes. Methods for constructing exact solutions of differential equations play an important role in applied mathematics and mechanics. This book aims to provide scientists, engineers and students with an easy-to-follow, but comprehensive, description of the methods for constructing exact solutions of differential equations.

17. Discretization error estimation and exact solution generation using the method of nearby problems.

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Sinclair, Andrew J. (Auburn University Auburn, AL); Raju, Anil (Auburn University Auburn, AL); Kurzen, Matthew J. (Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA); Roy, Christopher John (Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA); Phillips, Tyrone S. (Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA)

2011-10-01

The Method of Nearby Problems (MNP), a form of defect correction, is examined as a method for generating exact solutions to partial differential equations and as a discretization error estimator. For generating exact solutions, four-dimensional spline fitting procedures were developed and implemented into a MATLAB code for generating spline fits on structured domains with arbitrary levels of continuity between spline zones. For discretization error estimation, MNP/defect correction only requires a single additional numerical solution on the same grid (as compared to Richardson extrapolation which requires additional numerical solutions on systematically-refined grids). When used for error estimation, it was found that continuity between spline zones was not required. A number of cases were examined including 1D and 2D Burgers equation, the 2D compressible Euler equations, and the 2D incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. The discretization error estimation results compared favorably to Richardson extrapolation and had the advantage of only requiring a single grid to be generated.

18. Exact Solutions for Some Fractional Partial Differential Equations by the Method

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Bin Zheng

2013-01-01

derivative. Based on a certain variable transformation, these fractional partial differential equations are transformed into ordinary differential equations of integer order. With the aid of mathematical software, a variety of exact solutions for them are obtained.

19. New methods to provide exact solutions for some unidirectional motions of rate type fluids

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Fetecau Corina

2016-01-01

Full Text Available Based on three immediate consequences of the governing equations corresponding to some unidirectional motions of rate type fluids, new motion problems are tackled for exact solutions. For generality purposes, exact solutions are developed for shear stress boundary value problems of generalized Burgers fluids. Such solutions, for which the shear stress instead of its differential expressions is given on the boundary, are lack in the literature for such fluids. Consequently, the first exact solutions for motions of rate type fluids induced by an infinite plate or a circular cylinder that applies a constant shear f or an oscillating shear f sin(ωt to the fluid are here presented. In addition, all steady-state solutions can easily be reduced to known solutions for second grade and Newtonian fluids.

20. Exact Solutions of the Time Fractional BBM-Burger Equation by Novel (G′/G-Expansion Method

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2014-01-01

Full Text Available The fractional derivatives are used in the sense modified Riemann-Liouville to obtain exact solutions for BBM-Burger equation of fractional order. This equation can be converted into an ordinary differential equation by using a persistent fractional complex transform and, as a result, hyperbolic function solutions, trigonometric function solutions, and rational solutions are attained. The performance of the method is reliable, useful, and gives newer general exact solutions with more free parameters than the existing methods. Numerical results coupled with the graphical representation completely reveal the trustworthiness of the method.

1. Statistical Physics Methods Provide the Exact Solution to a Long-Standing Problem of Genetics

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Samal, Areejit; Martin, Olivier C.

2015-06-01

Analytic and computational methods developed within statistical physics have found applications in numerous disciplines. In this Letter, we use such methods to solve a long-standing problem in statistical genetics. The problem, posed by Haldane and Waddington [Genetics 16, 357 (1931)], concerns so-called recombinant inbred lines (RILs) produced by repeated inbreeding. Haldane and Waddington derived the probabilities of RILs when considering two and three genes but the case of four or more genes has remained elusive. Our solution uses two probabilistic frameworks relatively unknown outside of physics: Glauber's formula and self-consistent equations of the Schwinger-Dyson type. Surprisingly, this combination of statistical formalisms unveils the exact probabilities of RILs for any number of genes. Extensions of the framework may have applications in population genetics and beyond.

2. Exact Solutions in Modified Gravity Models

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Valery V. Obukhov

2012-06-01

Full Text Available We review the exact solutions in modified gravity. It is one of the main problems of mathematical physics for the gravity theory. One can obtain an exact solution if the field equations reduce to a system of ordinary differential equations. In this paper we consider a number of exact solutions obtained by the method of separation of variables. Some applications to Cosmology and BH entropy are briefly mentioned.

3. Exact cosmological solutions for MOG

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Roshan, Mahmood [Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Department of Physics, P.O. Box 1436, Mashhad (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

2015-09-15

We find some new exact cosmological solutions for the covariant scalar-tensor-vector gravity theory, the so-called modified gravity (MOG). The exact solution of the vacuum field equations has been derived. Also, for non-vacuum cases we have found some exact solutions with the aid of the Noether symmetry approach. More specifically, the symmetry vector and also the Noether conserved quantity associated to the point-like Lagrangian of the theory have been found. Also we find the exact form of the generic vector field potential of this theory by considering the behavior of the relevant point-like Lagrangian under the infinitesimal generator of the Noether symmetry. Finally, we discuss the cosmological implications of the solutions. (orig.)

4. Exact solution for generalized pairing

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Pan, Feng; Draayer, J. P.

1997-01-01

An infinite dimensional algebra, which is useful for deriving exact solutions of the generalized pairing problem, is introduced. A formalism for diagonalizing the corresponding Hamiltonian is also proposed. The theory is illustrated with some numerical examples.

5. New exact wave solutions for Hirota equation

... integrals in polynomial form with a high accuracy for two-dimensional plane autonomous systems. Exact soliton solution is constructed through the established first integrals. This method is a powerful tool for searching exact travelling solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations (NPDEs) in mathematical physics.

6. On exact solutions of the Bogoyavlenskii equation

Abstract. Exact solutions for the Bogoyavlenskii equation are studied by the travelling wave method and the singular manifold method. It is found that the linear superposition of the shock wave solution and the complex solitary wave solution for the physical field is still a solution of the equation of interest, except for a ...

7. A block Krylov subspace time-exact solution method for linear ordinary differential equation systems

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Bochev, Mikhail A.

2013-01-01

We propose a time-exact Krylov-subspace-based method for solving linear ordinary differential equation systems of the form $y'=-Ay+g(t)$ and $y"=-Ay+g(t)$, where $y(t)$ is the unknown function. The method consists of two stages. The first stage is an accurate piecewise polynomial approximation of

8. Electrostatics of a Point Charge between Intersecting Planes: Exact Solutions and Method of Images

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Mei, W. N.; Holloway, A.

2005-01-01

In this work, the authors present a commonly used example in electrostatics that could be solved exactly in a conventional manner, yet expressed in a compact form, and simultaneously work out special cases using the method of images. Then, by plotting the potentials and electric fields obtained from these two methods, the authors demonstrate that…

9. A block Krylov subspace time-exact solution method for linear ODE systems

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Bochev, Mikhail A.

We propose a time-exact Krylov-subspace-based method for solving linear ODE (ordinary differential equation) systems of the form $y'=-Ay + g(t)$ and $y''=-Ay + g(t)$, where $y(t)$ is the unknown function. The method consists of two stages. The first stage is an accurate piecewise polynomial

10. An analytical method for solving exact solutions of the nonlinear Bogoyavlenskii equation and the nonlinear diffusive predator–prey system

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Md. Nur Alam

2016-06-01

Full Text Available In this article, we apply the exp(-Φ(ξ-expansion method to construct many families of exact solutions of nonlinear evolution equations (NLEEs via the nonlinear diffusive predator–prey system and the Bogoyavlenskii equations. These equations can be transformed to nonlinear ordinary differential equations. As a result, some new exact solutions are obtained through the hyperbolic function, the trigonometric function, the exponential functions and the rational forms. If the parameters take specific values, then the solitary waves are derived from the traveling waves. Also, we draw 2D and 3D graphics of exact solutions for the special diffusive predator–prey system and the Bogoyavlenskii equations by the help of programming language Maple.

11. Quasi exact solution of the Rabi Hamiltonian

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Koç, R; Tuetuencueler, H

2002-01-01

A method is suggested to obtain the quasi exact solution of the Rabi Hamiltonian. It is conceptually simple and can be easily extended to other systems. The analytical expressions are obtained for eigenstates and eigenvalues in terms of orthogonal polynomials. It is also demonstrated that the Rabi system, in a particular case, coincides with the quasi exactly solvable Poeschl-Teller potential.

12. Reduced Differential Transform Method for Exact Solution of Parabolic and Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations

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Giriraj MEHTI

2017-01-01

Aim of the paper is to obtain solution of parabolic, elliptical and coupled partial differential equation using Reduced Differential Transform Method (RDTM). The results are compared with solution obtained by other methods. It is observed that RDTM is easy to implement, accurate and efficient. It reduces volume of computation and save time.

13. Reduced Differential Transform Method for Exact Solution of Parabolic and Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations

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Giriraj MEHTI

2017-04-01

Full Text Available Aim of the paper is to obtain solution of parabolic, elliptical and coupled partial differential equation using Reduced Differential Transform Method (RDTM. The results are compared with solution obtained by other methods. It is observed that RDTM is easy to implement, accurate and efficient. It reduces volume of computation and save time.

14. Exact Solution of Space-Time Fractional Coupled EW and Coupled MEW Equations Using Modified Kudryashov Method

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Raslan, K. R.; EL-Danaf, Talaat S.; Ali, Khalid K.

2017-07-01

In the present paper, we established a traveling wave solution by using modified Kudryashov method for the space-time fractional nonlinear partial differential equations. The method is used to obtain the exact solutions for different types of the space-time fractional nonlinear partial differential equations such as, the space-time fractional coupled equal width wave equation (CEWE) and the space-time fractional coupled modified equal width wave equation (CMEW), which are the important soliton equations. Both equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by the use of fractional complex transform and properties of modified Riemann–Liouville derivative. We plot the exact solutions for these equations at different time levels.

15. An Exact Method to Determine the Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions in Acid-Base Titrations

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Norma Rodríguez-Laguna

2015-01-01

Full Text Available Several works in the literature show that it is possible to establish the analytic equations to estimate the volume V of a strong base or a strong acid (Vb and Va, resp. being added to a solution of a substance or a mix of substances during an acid-base titration, as well as the equations to estimate the first derivative of the titration plot dpH/dV, and algebraic expressions to determine the buffer β capacity with dilution βdil. This treatment allows establishing the conditions of thermodynamic equilibria for all species within a system containing a mix of species from one or from various polyacid systems. The present work shows that it is possible to determine exactly the electric conductivity of aqueous solutions for these Brønsted acid-base titrations, because the functional relation between this property and the composition of the system in equilibrium is well known; this is achieved using the equivalent conductivity λi values of each of the ions present in a given system. The model employed for the present work confirms the experimental outcomes with the H2SO4, B(OH3, CH3COOH, and H3PO4 aqueous solutions’ titration.

16. Exact Solutions of the Space-Time Fractional Bidirectional Wave Equations Using the (G′/G-Expansion Method

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Wei Li

2014-01-01

Full Text Available Based on Jumarie’s modified Riemann-Liouville derivative, the fractional complex transformation is used to transform fractional differential equations to ordinary differential equations. Exact solutions including the hyperbolic functions, the trigonometric functions, and the rational functions for the space-time fractional bidirectional wave equations are obtained using the (G′/G-expansion method. The method provides a promising tool for solving nonlinear fractional differential equations.

17. Exact solutions of the nonlinear differential—difference equations associated with the nonlinear electrical transmission line through a variable-coefficient discrete (G'/G)-expansion method

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Saïdou, Abdoulkary; Alidou, Mohamadou; Ousmanou, Dafounansou; Serge Yamigno, Doka

2014-12-01

We investigated exact traveling soliton solutions for the nonlinear electrical transmission line. By applying a concise and straightforward method, the variable-coefficient discrete (G'/G)-expansion method, we solve the nonlinear differential—difference equations associated with the network. We obtain some exact traveling wave solutions which include hyperbolic function solution, trigonometric function solution, rational solutions with arbitrary function, bright as well as dark solutions.

18. Exact Travelling Wave Solutions for Isothermal Magnetostatic Atmospheres by Fan Subequation Method

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Hossein Jafari

2012-01-01

ignorable coordinate corresponding to a uniform gravitational field in a plane geometry is carried out. These equations transform to a single nonlinear elliptic equation for the magnetic vector potential . This equation depends on an arbitrary function of that must be specified. With choices of the different arbitrary functions, we obtain analytical solutions of elliptic equation using the Fan subequation method.

19. New exact wave solutions for Hirota equation

Nonlinear partial differential equations (NPDEs) of mathematical physics are major sub- jects in physical science. With the development of soliton theory, many useful methods for obtaining exact solutions of NPDEs have been presented. Some of them are: the (G /G)- expansion method [1–4], the simplest equation method ...

20. Exact solutions for helical magnetohydrodynamic equilibria

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Villata, M. (Istituto di Fisica Generale, Universita di Torino, Via Pietro Giuria 1, I-10125 Torino (Italy)); Tsinganos, K. (Department of Physics, University of Crete and Research Center of Crete, GR-71409, Heraklion, Crete (Greece))

1993-07-01

Three novel classes of exact solutions of the generalized Grad--Shafranov equation for helically symmetric magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equilibria are presented. The first two classes may be applied to helical MHD equilibria for plasma confined between two coaxial cylinders, while the third one to the modeling of helicoidal magnetic fields and flows in several recently observed astrophysical jets. The same solutions can be also used for the testing of sophisticated numerical codes. It is also shown that all helically symmetric MHD equilibria can be treated by the same general method which is employed to generate exact MHD solutions for systems possessing an ignorable coordinate in a system of three orthogonal basis vectors, although in the case of helical symmetry an [ital orthogonal] ignorable coordinate does not exist, contrary to what happens in the well-known cases of axial and translational symmetries.

1. Exact solutions of some nonlinear partial differential equations using ...

Research Articles Volume 81 Issue 2 August 2013 pp 225-236 ... Abstract. The functional variable method is a powerful solution method for obtaining exact solutions of some nonlinear partial differential equations. In this paper ... By using this useful method, we found some exact solutions of the above-mentioned equations.

2. New exact travelling wave solutions of some complex nonlinear equations

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Bekir, Ahmet

2009-04-01

In this paper, we establish exact solutions for complex nonlinear equations. The tanh-coth and the sine-cosine methods are used to construct exact periodic and soliton solutions of these equations. Many new families of exact travelling wave solutions of the coupled Higgs and Maccari equations are successfully obtained. These solutions may be important of significance for the explanation of some practical physical problems.

3. Rayleigh-Love model of longitudinal vibrations of conical and exponential rods: Exact solutions and numerical simulation by the method of lines

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Shatalov, M

2011-07-01

Full Text Available New exact solutions of equations of longitudinal vibration of conical and exponential rod are obtained for the Rayleigh-Love model. These solutions are used as reference results for checking accuracy of the method of lines. It is shown...

4. Exact solutions in three-dimensional gravity

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Garcia-Diaz, Alberto A

2017-01-01

A self-contained text, systematically presenting the determination and classification of exact solutions in three-dimensional Einstein gravity. This book explores the theoretical framework and general physical and geometrical characteristics of each class of solutions, and includes information on the researchers responsible for their discovery. Beginning with the physical character of the solutions, these are identified and ordered on the basis of their geometrical invariant properties, symmetries, and algebraic classifications, or from the standpoint of their physical nature, for example electrodynamic fields, fluid, scalar field, or dilaton. Consequently, this text serves as a thorough catalogue on 2+1 exact solutions to the Einstein equations coupled to matter and fields, and on vacuum solutions of topologically massive gravity with a cosmological constant. The solutions are also examined from different perspectives, enabling a conceptual bridge between exact solutions of three- and four-dimensional gravit...

5. New exact solutions of the generalized Zakharov–Kuznetsov ...

In §2, an extended trial equation method is described for finding exact travelling wave solutions of nonlinear evolution equations with higher-order nonlinearity. In §3, as an application, some exact solutions to nonlinear partial differential equation such as the generalized Zakharov–Kuznetsov modified equal-width equation ...

6. New exact travelling wave solutions of bidirectional wave equations

where , , and d are real constants. In general, the exact travelling wave solutions will be helpful in the theoretical and numerical study of the nonlinear evolution systems. In this paper, we obtain exact travelling wave solutions of system (1) using the modiﬁed tanh–coth function method with computerized symbolic ...

7. Exact solutions for the biadjoint scalar field

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White, C.D., E-mail: Christopher.White@glasgow.ac.uk [School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland (United Kingdom); Centre for Research in String Theory, Queen Mary University of London, London E1 4NS (United Kingdom)

2016-12-10

Biadjoint scalar theories are novel field theories that arise in the study of non-abelian gauge and gravity amplitudes. In this short paper, we present exact nonperturbative solutions of the field equations, and compare their properties with monopole-like solutions in non-abelian gauge theory. Our results may pave the way for nonperturbative studies of the double copy.

8. Vaidya-like exact solutions with torsion

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Blagojević, M

2015-01-01

Starting from the Oliva-Tempo-Troncoso black hole, a solution of the Bergshoeff-Hohm-Townsend massive gravity, a new class of the Vaidya-like exact solutions with torsion is constructed in the three-dimensional Poincar\\'e gauge theory. A particular subclass of these solutions is shown to possess the asymptotic conformal symmetry. The related canonical energy contains a contribution stemming from torsion.

9. Exact solutions for STO and (3+1-dimensional KdV-ZK equations using Gâ²G2-expansion method

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Full Text Available This article deals with finding some exact solutions of nonlinear fractional differential equations (NLFDEs by applying a relatively new method known as Gâ²G2-expansion method. Solutions of spaceâtime fractional Sharma-Tasso-Olever (STO equation of fractional order and (3+1-dimensional KdV-Zakharov Kuznetsov (KdV-ZK equation of fractional order are reckoned to demonstrate the validity of this method. The fractional derivative version of modified RiemannâLiouville, linked with Fractional complex transform is employed to transform fractional differential equations into the corresponding ordinary differential equations. Keywords: Sharma Tasso-Olever (STO equation, (3+1-Dimensional KdV-Zakharov Kuznetsov (KdV-ZK equation, Exact solutions, Gâ²G2-expansion method

10. Exact solution to fractional logistic equation

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West, Bruce J.

2015-07-01

The logistic equation is one of the most familiar nonlinear differential equations in the biological and social sciences. Herein we provide an exact solution to an extension of this equation to incorporate memory through the use of fractional derivatives in time. The solution to the fractional logistic equation (FLE) is obtained using the Carleman embedding technique that allows the nonlinear equation to be replaced by an infinite-order set of linear equations, which we then solve exactly. The formal series expansion for the initial value solution of the FLE is shown to be expressed in terms of a series of weighted Mittag-Leffler functions that reduces to the well known analytic solution in the limit where the fractional index for the derivative approaches unity. The numerical integration to the FLE provides an excellent fit to the analytic solution. We propose this approach as a general technique for solving a class of nonlinear fractional differential equations.

11. Exact solutions for the differential equations in fractal heat transfer

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Yang Chun-Yu

2016-01-01

Full Text Available In this article we consider the boundary value problems for differential equations in fractal heat transfer. The exact solutions of non-differentiable type are obtained by using the local fractional differential transform method.

12. New exact solutions for fractional Sine-Gordon equation by using the new version of generalized F-expansion method

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Pandir, Yusuf; Duzgun, Hasan Huseyin

2016-06-01

In this study, we investigate some new analytical solutions to the fractional Sine-Gordon equation by using the new version of generalized F-expansion method. The fractional derivatives are defined in the modified Riemann-Liouville context. As a result, new analytical solutions were obtained in terms Jacobi elliptic functions.

13. Some applications of the (G'/G, 1/G)-expansion method to find new exact solutions of NLEEs

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Mamun Miah, M.; Shahadat Ali, H. M.; Ali Akbar, M.; Majid Wazwaz, Abdul

2017-06-01

The double (G'/G, 1/G)-expansion method is an influential, effective and well-suited method to examine closed form traveling wave solutions to nonlinear evolution equations (NLEEs). In this article, we extract abundant wave solutions to the (2+1)-dimensional typical breaking soliton equation and the (1+1)-dimensional classical Boussinesq equation through this method. The wave solutions are presented in terms of hyperbolic function, trigonometric function and rational function. By means of the wave transformation, the NLEEs are reduced to nonlinear ordinary differential equation (ODE) and then the nonlinear ODE is utilized to examine the necessary NLEE. The method can be considered as the generalization of the (G'/G-expansion method established by Wang et al. and it is shown that the suggested method is a powerful mathematical tool for investigating nonlinear evolution equations.

14. Exact solutions for nonlinear variants of Kadomtsev–Petviashvili (n ...

Exact solutions for nonlinear variants of Kadomtsev–Petviashvili (, ) equation using functional variable method. M Mirzazadeh M Eslami. Volume 81 Issue ... The functional variable method is used to establish compactons, solitons, solitary patterns and periodic solutions for these variants. This method is a powerful tool for ...

15. Method of exact lung puncture

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Voss, L.

1986-01-01

The accuracy can be improved, and the risk of complications can be reduced in the case of cytodiagnostic lung puncture, if one optimises the method whereby the puncture needle is inserted into the lesion. The author describes such a procedure incorporating the use of technical aids for marking the exact puncture point of the cannula. At the same time the procedure results in a reduction of radiation exposure of both doctor and patient.

16. New exact solutions of the generalized Zakharov–Kuznetsov ...

In this paper, new exact solutions, including soliton, rational and elliptic integral function solutions, for the generalized Zakharov–Kuznetsov modified equal-width equation are obtained using a new approach called the extended trial equation method. In this discussion, a new version of the trial equation method for the ...

17. Exact Solutions for Nonlinear Differential Difference Equations in Mathematical Physics

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Khaled A. Gepreel

2013-01-01

Full Text Available We modified the truncated expansion method to construct the exact solutions for some nonlinear differential difference equations in mathematical physics via the general lattice equation, the discrete nonlinear Schrodinger with a saturable nonlinearity, the quintic discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation, and the relativistic Toda lattice system. Also, we put a rational solitary wave function method to find the rational solitary wave solutions for some nonlinear differential difference equations. The proposed methods are more effective and powerful to obtain the exact solutions for nonlinear difference differential equations.

18. The solitary wave ansatz method for finding the exact bright and dark soliton solutions of two nonlinear Schrödinger equations

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Elsayed M.E. Zayed

2017-10-01

Full Text Available Using the well-known solitary wave ansatz method, we obtain new exact bright and dark soliton solutions for two nonlinear Schrödinger equations, namely, the perturbed nonlinear Schrödinger equation with the Kerr law nonlinearity and a higher order nonlinear Schrödinger equation which describe the propagation of ultra short pulses in nonlinear optical fibers. The parameters of the soliton envelope (amplitude, width, velocity are obtained as a function of the dependent model coefficients. Comparing the new solutions for these two equations with the well-known results are given.

19. Exact Solution for a Gravitational Wave Detector

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Rabounski, Dmitri; Borissova, Larissa

2008-04-01

The experimental statement on gravitational waves proceeds from the equation for deviating geodesic lines and the equation for deviating non-geodesics. Weber's result was not based upon an exact solution to the equations, but on an approximate analysis of what could be expected: he expected that a plane weak wave of the space metric may displace two resting particles with respect to each other. In this work, exact solutions are presented for the deviation equation of both free and spring-connected particles. The solutions show that a gravitational wave may displace particles in a two-particle system only if they are in motion with respect to each other or the local space (there is no effect if they are at rest). Thus, gravitational waves produce a parametric effect on a two-particle system. According to the solutions, an altered detector construction can be proposed such that it might interact with gravitational waves: 1) a horizontally suspended cylindrical pig, whose butt-ends have basic relative oscillations induced by a laboratory source; 2) a free-mass detector where suspended mirrors have laboratory induced basic oscillations relative to each other.

20. Exact Solutions for Some Fractional Differential Equations

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Sonmezoglu, Abdullah

2015-01-01

The extended Jacobi elliptic function expansion method is used for solving fractional differential equations in the sense of Jumarie’s modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. By means of this approach, a few fractional differential equations are successfully solved. As a result, some new Jacobi elliptic function solutions including solitary wave solutions and trigonometric function solutions are established. The proposed method can also be applied to other fractional differential e...

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problems. More precisely, there is no unified method that can be used to handle all types of nonlinear problems. A powerful and effective method for finding exact ... Explicit solutions to nonlinear problems are of fundamental importance. ... fluid dynamics, fluid flow, quantum field theory, electromagnetic waves and so on [7].

2. Frobenius’ Idea Together with Integral Bifurcation Method for Investigating Exact Solutions to a Water Wave Model of the Generalized mKdV Equation

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Weiguo Rui

2015-01-01

Full Text Available By using Frobenius’ idea together with integral bifurcation method, we study a third order nonlinear equation of generalization form of the modified KdV equation, which is an important water wave model. Some exact traveling wave solutions such as smooth solitary wave solutions, nonsmooth peakon solutions, kink and antikink wave solutions, periodic wave solutions of Jacobian elliptic function type, and rational function solution are obtained. And we show their profiles and discuss their dynamic properties aim at some typical solutions. Though the types of these solutions obtained in this work are not new and they are familiar types, they did not appear in any existing literatures because the equation ut+ux+νuxxt+βuxxx + αuux+1/3να(uuxxx+2uxuxx+3μα2u2ux+νμα2(u2uxxx+ux3+4uuxuxx + ν2μα2(ux2uxxx+2uxuxx2 = 0 is very complex. Particularly, compared with the cited references, all results obtained in this paper are new.

3. Exact traveling wave solutions of some nonlinear evolution equations

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Kumar, Hitender; Chand, Fakir

2014-02-01

Using a traveling wave reduction technique, we have shown that Maccari equation, (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear Schrödinger equation, medium equal width equation, (3+1)-dimensional modified KdV-Zakharov-Kuznetsev equation, (2+1)-dimensional long wave-short wave resonance interaction equation, perturbed nonlinear Schrödinger equation can be reduced to the same family of auxiliary elliptic-like equations. Then using extended F-expansion and projective Riccati equation methods, many types of exact traveling wave solutions are obtained. With the aid of solutions of the elliptic-like equation, more explicit traveling wave solutions expressed by the hyperbolic functions, trigonometric functions and rational functions are found out. It is shown that these methods provide a powerful mathematical tool for solving nonlinear evolution equations in mathematical physics. A variety of structures of the exact solutions of the elliptic-like equation are illustrated.

4. Exact solutions for some of the fractional differential equations by using modification of He's variational iteration method

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S. Irandoust-pakchin

2011-03-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the modification of He's variational iteration method(MVIM is developed to solve fractional ordinary differentialequations and fractional partial differential equations. It is usedthe free choice of initial approximation to propose the reliablemodification of He's variational iteration method. Some of thefractional differential equations are examined to illustrate theeffectiveness and convenience of the method. The results show thatthe proposed method has accelerated convergence.

5. Exact solution of large asymmetric traveling salesman problems.

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Miller, D L; Pekny, J F

1991-02-15

The traveling salesman problem is one of a class of difficult problems in combinatorial optimization that is representative of a large number of important scientific and engineering problems. A survey is given of recent applications and methods for solving large problems. In addition, an algorithm for the exact solution of the asymmetric traveling salesman problem is presented along with computational results for several classes of problems. The results show that the algorithm performs remarkably well for some classes of problems, determining an optimal solution even for problems with large numbers of cities, yet for other classes, even small problems thwart determination of a provably optimal solution.

6. Study of coupled nonlinear partial differential equations for finding exact analytical solutions.

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Khan, Kamruzzaman; Akbar, M Ali; Koppelaar, H

2015-07-01

Exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations (NPDEs) are obtained via the enhanced (G'/G)-expansion method. The method is subsequently applied to find exact solutions of the Drinfel'd-Sokolov-Wilson (DSW) equation and the (2+1)-dimensional Painlevé integrable Burgers (PIB) equation. The efficiency of this method for finding these exact solutions is demonstrated. The method is effective and applicable for many other NPDEs in mathematical physics.

7. On the Exact Solution of Wave Equations on Cantor Sets

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Dumitru Baleanu

2015-09-01

Full Text Available The transfer of heat due to the emission of electromagnetic waves is called thermal radiations. In local fractional calculus, there are numerous contributions of scientists, like Mandelbrot, who described fractal geometry and its wide range of applications in many scientific fields. Christianto and Rahul gave the derivation of Proca equations on Cantor sets. Hao et al. investigated the Helmholtz and diffusion equations in Cantorian and Cantor-Type Cylindrical Coordinates. Carpinteri and Sapora studied diffusion problems in fractal media in Cantor sets. Zhang et al. studied local fractional wave equations under fixed entropy. In this paper, we are concerned with the exact solutions of wave equations by the help of local fractional Laplace variation iteration method (LFLVIM. We develop an iterative scheme for the exact solutions of local fractional wave equations (LFWEs. The efficiency of the scheme is examined by two illustrative examples.

8. Exact Traveling Wave Solutions for Wick-Type Stochastic Schamel KdV Equation

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Hossam A. Ghany

2014-01-01

Full Text Available F-expansion method is proposed to seek exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations. By means of Hermite transform, inverse Hermite transform, and white noise analysis, the variable coefficients and Wick-type stochastic Schamel KdV equations are completely described. Abundant exact traveling wave solutions for variable coefficients Schamel KdV equations are given. These solutions include exact stochastic Jacobi elliptic functions, trigonometric functions, and hyperbolic functions solutions.

9. A geometric method of constructing exact solutions in modified f(R,T)-gravity with Yang-Mills and Higgs interactions

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Vacaru, Sergiu I.; Yazici, Enis

2014-01-01

We show that a geometric techniques can be elaborated and applied for constructing generic off-diagonal exact solutions in $f(R,T)$--modified gravity for systems of gravitational-Yang-Mills-Higgs equations. The corresponding classes of metrics and generalized connections are determined by generating and integration functions which depend, in general, on all space and time coordinates and may possess, or not, Killing symmetries. For nonholonomic constraints resulting in Levi-Civita configurations, we can extract solutions of the Einstein-Yang-Mills-Higgs equations. We show that the constructions simplify substantially for metrics with at least one Killing vector. There are provided and analyzed some examples of exact solutions describing generic off-diagonal modifications to black hole/ellipsoid and solitonic configurations.

10. Exact solutions and spacetime singularities in nonlocal gravity

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Li, Yao-Dong; Modesto, Leonardo; Rachwał, Lesław

2015-01-01

.... We prove that maximally symmetric spacetimes are exact solutions in both classes, while in dimension higher than four we can also have Anti-de Sitter solutions in the presence of positive cosmological constant...

11. Exact and approximate solutions for transient squeezing flow

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Lang, Ji; Santhanam, Sridhar; Wu, Qianhong

2017-10-01

In this paper, we report two novel theoretical approaches to examine a fast-developing flow in a thin fluid gap, which is widely observed in industrial applications and biological systems. The problem is featured by a very small Reynolds number and Strouhal number, making the fluid convective acceleration negligible, while its local acceleration is not. We have developed an exact solution for this problem which shows that the flow starts with an inviscid limit when the viscous effect has no time to appear and is followed by a subsequent developing flow, in which the viscous effect continues to penetrate into the entire fluid gap. An approximate solution is also developed using a boundary layer integral method. This solution precisely captures the general behavior of the transient fluid flow process and agrees very well with the exact solution. We also performed numerical simulation using Ansys-CFX. Excellent agreement between the analytical and the numerical solutions is obtained, indicating the validity of the analytical approaches. The study presented herein fills the gap in the literature and will have a broad impact on industrial and biomedical applications.

12. Conformal invariance and new exact solutions of the elastostatics equations

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Chirkunov, Yu. A.

2017-03-01

We fulfilled a group foliation of the system of n-dimensional (n ≥ 2) Lame equations of the classical static theory of elasticity with respect to the infinite subgroup contained in normal subgroup of main group of this system. It permitted us to move from the Lame equations to the equivalent unification of two first-order systems: automorphic and resolving. We obtained a general solution of the automorphic system. This solution is an n-dimensional analogue of the Kolosov-Muskhelishvili formula. We found the main Lie group of transformations of the resolving system of this group foliation. It turned out that in the two-dimensional and three-dimensional cases, which have a physical meaning, this system is conformally invariant, while the Lame equations admit only a group of similarities of the Euclidean space. This is a big success, since in the method of group foliation, resolving equations usually inherit Lie symmetries subgroup of the full symmetry group that was not used for the foliation. In the three-dimensional case for the solutions of the resolving system, we found the general form of the transformations similar to the Kelvin transformation. These transformations are the consequence of the conformal invariance of the resolving system. In the three-dimensional case with a help of the complex dependent and independent variables, the resolving system is written as a simple complex system. This allowed us to find non-trivial exact solutions of the Lame equations, which direct for the Lame equations practically impossible to obtain. For this complex system, all the essentially distinct invariant solutions of the maximal rank we have found in explicit form, or we reduced the finding of those solutions to the solving of the classical one-dimensional equations of the mathematical physics: the heat equation, the telegraph equation, the Tricomi equation, the generalized Darboux equation, and other equations. For the resolving system, we obtained double wave of a

13. Exact traveling wave solutions for system of nonlinear evolution equations.

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Khan, Kamruzzaman; Akbar, M Ali; Arnous, Ahmed H

2016-01-01

In this work, recently deduced generalized Kudryashov method is applied to the variant Boussinesq equations, and the (2 + 1)-dimensional breaking soliton equations. As a result a range of qualitative explicit exact traveling wave solutions are deduced for these equations, which motivates us to develop, in the near future, a new approach to obtain unsteady solutions of autonomous nonlinear evolution equations those arise in mathematical physics and engineering fields. It is uncomplicated to extend this method to higher-order nonlinear evolution equations in mathematical physics. And it should be possible to apply the same method to nonlinear evolution equations having more general forms of nonlinearities by utilizing the traveling wave hypothesis.

14. Method for generating exact Bianchi type II cosmological models

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Hajj-Boutros, J.

1986-06-01

A method for generating exact Bianchi type II cosmological models with a perfect fluid distribution of matter is presented. Two new classes of Bianchi type II solutions have been generated from Lorenz's solution (D. Lorenz, Phys. Lett. A 79, 19 (1980)). A detailed study of physical and kinematic properties of one of them has been carried out.

15. Conservation laws and exact solutions for nonlinear diffusion in anisotropic media

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Avdonina, Elena D.; Ibragimov, Nail H.

2013-10-01

Conservation laws and exact solutions of nonlinear differential equations describing diffusion phenomena in anisotropic media with external sources are constructed. The construction is based on the method of nonlinear self-adjointness. Numerous exact solutions are obtained by using the recent method of conservation laws. These solutions are different from group invariant solutions and can be useful for investigating diffusion phenomena in complex media, e.g. in oil industry.

16. The exact solutions of differential equation with delay

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Hasebe, K; Sugiyama, Y

1998-01-01

The exact solutions of the first order differential equation with delay are derived. The equation has been introduced as a model of traffic flow. The solution describes the traveling cluster of jam, which is characterized by Jacobi's elliptic function. We also obtain the family of solutions of such type of equations.

17. Exact solution of the neutron transport equation in spherical geometry

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Anli, Fikret; Akkurt, Abdullah; Yildirim, Hueseyin; Ates, Kemal [Kahramanmaras Suetcue Imam Univ. (Turkey). Faculty of Sciences and Letters

2017-03-15

Solution of the neutron transport equation in one dimensional slab geometry construct a basis for the solution of neutron transport equation in a curvilinear geometry. Therefore, in this work, we attempt to derive an exact analytical benchmark solution for both neutron transport equations in slab and spherical medium by using P{sub N} approximation which is widely used in neutron transport theory.

18. How hairpin vortices emerge from exact invariant solutions

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Schneider, Tobias M.; Farano, Mirko; de Palma, Pietro; Robinet, Jean-Christoph; Cherubini, Stefania

2017-11-01

Hairpin vortices are among the most commonly observed flow structures in wall-bounded shear flows. However, within the dynamical system approach to turbulence, those structures have not yet been described. They are not captured by known exact invariant solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations nor have other state-space structures supporting hairpins been identified. We show that hairpin structures are observed along an optimally growing trajectory leaving a well known exact traveling wave solution of plane Poiseuille flow. The perturbation triggering hairpins does not correspond to an unstable mode of the exact traveling wave but lies in the stable manifold where non-normality causes strong transient amplification.

19. Exact solutions of the spherically symmetric multidimensional ...

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The complete orthonormalised energy eigenfunctions and the energy eigenvalues of the spherically symmetric isotropic harmonic oscillator in N dimensions, are obtained through the methods of separation of variables. Also, the degeneracy of the energy levels are examined. KEY WORDS: - Schrödinger Equation, Isotropic ...

20. Exact Travelling Wave Solutions of two Important Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

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Kim, Hyunsoo; Bae, Jae-Hyeong; Sakthivel, Rathinasamy

2014-04-01

Coupled nonlinear partial differential equations describing the spatio-temporal dynamics of predator-prey systems and nonlinear telegraph equations have been widely applied in many real world problems. So, finding exact solutions of such equations is very helpful in the theories and numerical studies. In this paper, the Kudryashov method is implemented to obtain exact travelling wave solutions of such physical models. Further, graphic illustrations in two and three dimensional plots of some of the obtained solutions are also given to predict their behaviour. The results reveal that the Kudryashov method is very simple, reliable, and effective, and can be used for finding exact solution of many other nonlinear evolution equations.

1. Exact solution for a one-dimensional model for reptation.

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Drzewiński, Andrzej; van Leeuwen, J M J

2006-05-01

We discuss the exact solution for the properties of the recently introduced "necklace" model for reptation. The solution gives the drift velocity, diffusion constant, and renewal time for asymptotically long chains. Its properties are also related to a special case of the Rubinstein-Duke model in one dimension.

2. Exact angular momentum projection based on cranked HFB solution

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Enami, Kenichi; Tanabe, Kosai; Yosinaga, Naotaka [Saitama Univ., Urawa (Japan). Dept. of Physics

1998-03-01

Exact angular momentum projection of cranked HFB solutions is carried out. It is reconfirmed from this calculation that cranked HFB solutions reproduce the intrinsic structure of deformed nucleus. The result also indicates that the energy correction from projection is important for further investigation of nuclear structure. (author)

3. Exact Solution of a Generalized Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation Dimer

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Christiansen, Peter Leth; Maniadis, P.; Tsironis, G.P.

1998-01-01

We present exact solutions for a nonlinear dimer system defined throught a discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation that contains also an integrable Ablowitz-Ladik term. The solutions are obtained throught a transformation that maps the dimer into a double Sine-Gordon like ordinary nonlinear...

4. Exact solutions, energy, and charge of stable Q-balls

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Bazeia, D.; Marques, M.A. [Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Departamento de Fisica, Joao Pessoa, PB (Brazil); Menezes, R. [Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Departamento de Ciencias Exatas, Rio Tinto, PB (Brazil); Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Departamento de Fisica, Campina Grande, PB (Brazil)

2016-05-15

In this work we deal with nontopological solutions of the Q-ball type in two spacetime dimensions. We study models of current interest, described by a Higgs-like and other, similar potentials which unveil the presence of exact solutions. We use the analytic results to investigate how to control the energy and charge to make the Q-balls stable. (orig.)

5. Exact solution of the two-axis countertwisting Hamiltonian

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Pan, Feng; Zhang, Yao-Zhong; Draayer, Jerry P.

2017-01-01

It is shown that the two-axis countertwisting Hamiltonian is exactly solvable when the quantum number of the total angular momentum of the system is an integer after the Jordan-Schwinger (differential) boson realization of the SU(2) algebra. Algebraic Bethe ansatz is used to get the exact solution with the help of the SU(1,1) algebraic structure, from which a set of Bethe ansatz equations of the problem is derived. It is shown that solutions of the Bethe ansatz equations can be obtained as zeros of the Heine-Stieltjes polynomials. The total number of the four sets of the zeros equals exactly 2 J + 1 for a given integer angular momentum quantum number J, which proves the completeness of the solutions. It is also shown that double degeneracy in level energies may also occur in the J → ∞ limit for integer J case except a unique non-degenerate level with zero excitation energy.

6. An Exact Method for the Double TSP with Multiple Stacks

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Larsen, Jesper; Lusby, Richard Martin; Ehrgott, Matthias

that minimizes the total transportation cost (ignoring the cost of transporting the container between the depots of the two trips) given that the container cannot be repacked at any stage. In this paper we present an exact solution method based on matching k-best TSP solutions for each of the separate pickup...... and delivery TSP problems and show that previously unsolved instances can be solved within seconds using this approach....

7. An Exact Method for the Double TSP with Multiple Stacks

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Lusby, Richard Martin; Larsen, Jesper; Ehrgott, Matthias

2010-01-01

that minimizes the total transportation cost (ignoring the cost of transporting the container between the depots of the two trips) given that the container cannot be repacked at any stage. In this paper we present an exact solution method based on matching k-best TSP solutions for each of the separate pickup...... and delivery TSP problems and show that previously unsolved instances can be solved within seconds using this approach....

8. Three classes of exact solutions to Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger equation

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Xia, Hongming; He, Wansheng; Hu, Linxia; Gao, Zhongshe

2013-01-01

Basing on the priori assumption principle, the main goal of this paper is to propose the rational expansion method that can be used to handle the exact solution of the nonlinear partial differential equation...

9. More exact tunneling solutions in scalar field theory

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Dutta, Koushik; Hector, Cecelie; Vaudrevange, Pascal M.; Westphal, Alexander

2011-11-15

We present exact bounce solutions and amplitudes for tunneling in (i) a piecewise linear-quartic potential and (ii) a piecewise quartic-quartic potential. We cross check their correctness by comparing with results obtained through the thin-wall approximation and with a piecewise linear-linear potential. We briefly comment on applications in cosmology. (orig.)

10. Exact travelling wave solutions for some important nonlinear ...

The two-dimensional nonlinear physical models and coupled nonlinear systems such as Maccari equations, Higgs equations and Schrödinger–KdV equations have been widely applied in many branches of physics. So, finding exact travelling wave solutions of such equations are very helpful in the theories and numerical ...

11. Construction of an exact solution of time-dependent Ginzburg ...

A new approach is taken to calculate the speed of front propagation at which the interface moves from a superconducting to a normal region in a superconducting sample. Using time-dependent Ginzburg–Landau (TDGL) equations we have calculated the speed by constructing a new exact solution. This approach is based ...

12. Electromagnetic shock wave in nonlinear vacuum: exact solution.

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Kovachev, Lubomir M; Georgieva, Daniela A; Kovachev, Kamen L

2012-10-01

An analytical approach to the theory of electromagnetic waves in nonlinear vacuum is developed. The evolution of the pulse is governed by a system of nonlinear wave vector equations. An exact solution with its own angular momentum in the form of a shock wave is obtained.

13. Construction of an exact solution of time-dependent Ginzburg ...

Abstract. A new approach is taken to calculate the speed of front propagation at which the interface moves from a superconducting to a normal region in a superconducting sample. Using time-dependent Ginzburg–Landau (TDGL) equations we have calculated the speed by constructing a new exact solution. This approach ...

14. A procedure to construct exact solutions of nonlinear evolution ...

physics pp. 337–344. A procedure to construct exact solutions of nonlinear evolution equations. ADEM CENGIZ ÇEVIKEL1,∗, AHMET BEKIR2, MUTLU AKAR3 and. SAIT SAN2. 1Yildiz Technical University, Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics Education,. Davutpasa Campus, 34210, Esenler, Istanbul, Turkey.

15. Quantifying risks with exact analytical solutions of derivative pricing distribution

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Zhang, Kun; Liu, Jing; Wang, Erkang; Wang, Jin

2017-04-01

Derivative (i.e. option) pricing is essential for modern financial instrumentations. Despite of the previous efforts, the exact analytical forms of the derivative pricing distributions are still challenging to obtain. In this study, we established a quantitative framework using path integrals to obtain the exact analytical solutions of the statistical distribution for bond and bond option pricing for the Vasicek model. We discuss the importance of statistical fluctuations away from the expected option pricing characterized by the distribution tail and their associations to value at risk (VaR). The framework established here is general and can be applied to other financial derivatives for quantifying the underlying statistical distributions.

16. About simple nonlinear and linear superpositions of special exact solutions of Veselov-Novikov equation

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Dubrovsky, V. G.; Topovsky, A. V. [Novosibirsk State Technical University, Karl Marx prosp. 20, Novosibirsk 630092 (Russian Federation)

2013-03-15

New exact solutions, nonstationary and stationary, of Veselov-Novikov (VN) equation in the forms of simple nonlinear and linear superpositions of arbitrary number N of exact special solutions u{sup (n)}, n= 1, Horizontal-Ellipsis , N are constructed via Zakharov and Manakov {partial_derivative}-dressing method. Simple nonlinear superpositions are represented up to a constant by the sums of solutions u{sup (n)} and calculated by {partial_derivative}-dressing on nonzero energy level of the first auxiliary linear problem, i.e., 2D stationary Schroedinger equation. It is remarkable that in the zero energy limit simple nonlinear superpositions convert to linear ones in the form of the sums of special solutions u{sup (n)}. It is shown that the sums u=u{sup (k{sub 1})}+...+u{sup (k{sub m})}, 1 Less-Than-Or-Slanted-Equal-To k{sub 1} < k{sub 2} < Horizontal-Ellipsis < k{sub m} Less-Than-Or-Slanted-Equal-To N of arbitrary subsets of these solutions are also exact solutions of VN equation. The presented exact solutions include as superpositions of special line solitons and also superpositions of plane wave type singular periodic solutions. By construction these exact solutions represent also new exact transparent potentials of 2D stationary Schroedinger equation and can serve as model potentials for electrons in planar structures of modern electronics.

17. Path Following in the Exact Penalty Method of Convex Programming.

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Zhou, Hua; Lange, Kenneth

2015-07-01

Classical penalty methods solve a sequence of unconstrained problems that put greater and greater stress on meeting the constraints. In the limit as the penalty constant tends to ∞, one recovers the constrained solution. In the exact penalty method, squared penalties are replaced by absolute value penalties, and the solution is recovered for a finite value of the penalty constant. In practice, the kinks in the penalty and the unknown magnitude of the penalty constant prevent wide application of the exact penalty method in nonlinear programming. In this article, we examine a strategy of path following consistent with the exact penalty method. Instead of performing optimization at a single penalty constant, we trace the solution as a continuous function of the penalty constant. Thus, path following starts at the unconstrained solution and follows the solution path as the penalty constant increases. In the process, the solution path hits, slides along, and exits from the various constraints. For quadratic programming, the solution path is piecewise linear and takes large jumps from constraint to constraint. For a general convex program, the solution path is piecewise smooth, and path following operates by numerically solving an ordinary differential equation segment by segment. Our diverse applications to a) projection onto a convex set, b) nonnegative least squares, c) quadratically constrained quadratic programming, d) geometric programming, and e) semidefinite programming illustrate the mechanics and potential of path following. The final detour to image denoising demonstrates the relevance of path following to regularized estimation in inverse problems. In regularized estimation, one follows the solution path as the penalty constant decreases from a large value.

18. Path Following in the Exact Penalty Method of Convex Programming

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Zhou, Hua; Lange, Kenneth

2015-01-01

Classical penalty methods solve a sequence of unconstrained problems that put greater and greater stress on meeting the constraints. In the limit as the penalty constant tends to ∞, one recovers the constrained solution. In the exact penalty method, squared penalties are replaced by absolute value penalties, and the solution is recovered for a finite value of the penalty constant. In practice, the kinks in the penalty and the unknown magnitude of the penalty constant prevent wide application of the exact penalty method in nonlinear programming. In this article, we examine a strategy of path following consistent with the exact penalty method. Instead of performing optimization at a single penalty constant, we trace the solution as a continuous function of the penalty constant. Thus, path following starts at the unconstrained solution and follows the solution path as the penalty constant increases. In the process, the solution path hits, slides along, and exits from the various constraints. For quadratic programming, the solution path is piecewise linear and takes large jumps from constraint to constraint. For a general convex program, the solution path is piecewise smooth, and path following operates by numerically solving an ordinary differential equation segment by segment. Our diverse applications to a) projection onto a convex set, b) nonnegative least squares, c) quadratically constrained quadratic programming, d) geometric programming, and e) semidefinite programming illustrate the mechanics and potential of path following. The final detour to image denoising demonstrates the relevance of path following to regularized estimation in inverse problems. In regularized estimation, one follows the solution path as the penalty constant decreases from a large value. PMID:26366044

19. A static axisymmetric exact solution of f(R)-gravity

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Gutierrez-Pineres, Antonio C., E-mail: acgutierrez@correo.nucleares.unam.mx [Facultad de Ciencias Basicas, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar, CO 131001 Cartagena de Indias (Colombia); Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, A.P. 70-543, 04510 Mexico D.F. (Mexico); Lopez-Monsalvo, Cesar S., E-mail: cesar.slm@correo.nucleares.unam.mx [Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, A.P. 70-543, 04510 Mexico D.F. (Mexico)

2013-01-29

We present an exact, axially symmetric, static, vacuum solution for f(R)-gravity in Weyl's canonical coordinates. We obtain a general explicit expression for the dependence of df(R)/dR upon the r and z coordinates and then the corresponding explicit form of f(R), which must be consistent with the field equations. We analyze in detail the modified Schwarzschild solution in prolate spheroidal coordinates. Finally, we study the curvature invariants and show that, in the case of f(R){ne}R, this solution corresponds to a naked singularity.

20. On field redefinitions and exact solutions in string theory

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1993-01-01

String backgrounds associated with gauged $G/H$ WZNW models in general depend non-trivially on $\\alpha'$. We note, however, that there exists a local covariant $\\a'$-dependent field redefinition that relates the exact metric-dilaton background corresponding to the $SL(2,R)/U(1)$ model to its leading-order form ($D=2$ black hole). As a consequence, there exists a scheme' in which the string effective equations have the latter as an exact solution. However, the corresponding equation for the tachyon (which, like other Weyl anomaly coefficients, has scheme-dependent form) still contains corrections of all orders in $\\alpha'$. As a result, the probes' (the tachyons) still feel the $\\alpha'$-corrected background. The field redefinitions we discuss contain the dilaton terms in the metric transformation law. We comment on exact forms of the duality transformation in different schemes'.

1. Exact solutions of the (3+1)-dimensional space-time fractional Jimbo-Miwa equation

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Aksoy, Esin; Guner, Ozkan; Bekir, Ahmet; Cevikel, Adem C.

2016-06-01

Exact solutions of the (3+1)-dimensional space-time fractional Jimbo-Miwa equation are studied by the generalized Kudryashov method, the exp-function method and the (G'/G)-expansion method. The solutions obtained include the form of hyperbolic functions, trigonometric and rational functions. These methods are effective, simple, and many types of solutions can be obtained at the same time.

2. New Exact Solutions of the New Hamiltonian Amplitude-Equation and Fokas Lenells Equation

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Seyma Tuluce Demiray

2015-08-01

Full Text Available In this paper, exact solutions of the new Hamiltonian amplitude equation and Fokas-Lenells equation are successfully obtained. The extended trial equation method (ETEM and generalized Kudryashov method (GKM are applied to find several exact solutions of the new Hamiltonian amplitude equation and Fokas-Lenells equation. Primarily, we seek some exact solutions of the new Hamiltonian amplitude equation and Fokas-Lenells equation by using ETEM. Then, we research dark soliton solutions of the new Hamiltonian amplitude equation and Fokas-Lenells equation by using GKM. Lastly, according to the values of some parameters, we draw two and three dimensional graphics of imaginary and real values of certain solutions found by utilizing both methods.

3. Some exact BPS solutions for exotic vortices and monopoles

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2016-07-01

Full Text Available We present several analytical solutions of BPS vortices and monopoles in the generalized Abelian Maxwell–Higgs and Yang–Mills–Higgs theories, respectively. These models have recently been extensively studied and several exact solutions have already been obtained in [1,2]. In each theory, the dynamics is controlled by the additional two positive scalar-field-dependent functions, f(|ϕ| and w(|ϕ|. For the case of vortices, we work in the ordinary symmetry-breaking Higgs potential, while for the case of monopoles we have the ordinary condition of the Prasad–Sommerfield limit. Our results generalize the exact solutions found previously. We also present solutions for BPS vortices with higher winding number. These solutions suffer from the condition that w(|ϕ| has negative value at some finite range of r, but we argue that since it satisfies the weaker positive-value conditions then the corresponding energy density is still positive-definite and, thus, they are acceptable BPS solutions.

4. Symmetry reductions and exact solutions of Shallow water wave equations

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Clarkson, P A

1994-01-01

In this paper we study symmetry reductions and exact solutions of the shallow water wave (SWW) equation u_{xxxt} + \\alpha u_x u_{xt} + \\beta u_t u_{xx} - u_{xt} - u_{xx} = 0,\\eqno(1) where \\alpha and \\beta are arbitrary, nonzero, constants, which is derivable using the so-called Boussinesq approximation. Two special cases of this equation, or the equivalent nonlocal equation obtained by setting u_x=U, have been discussed in the literature. The case \\alpha=2\\beta was discussed by Ablowitz, Kaup, Newell and Segur [{\\it Stud.\\ Appl.\\ Math.}, {\\bf53} (1974) 249], who showed that this case was solvable by inverse scattering through a second order linear problem. This case and the case \\alpha=\\beta were studied by Hirota and Satsuma [{\\it J.\\ Phys.\\ Soc.\\ Japan}, {\\bf40} (1976) 611] using Hirota's bi-linear technique. Further the case \\alpha=\\beta is solvable by inverse scattering through a third order linear problem. In this paper a catalogue of symmetry reductions is obtained using the classical Lie method and th...

5. The exact solution of the Schrödinger equation with a polynomially spatially varying mass

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Bednarik, Michal; Cervenka, Milan

2017-07-01

The Schrödinger equation with a position-dependent mass (SEPDM) is employed in many areas of quantum physics. Exact solutions for the SEPDM lie at the center of interest of the professional public because it helps us to understand the behavior of quantum particles in the cases in which their mass varies spatially. For this purpose, we used the mass function represented by a quartic polynomial and a quadratic potential function, which extends the current class of exact solutions of the SEPDM. The exact analytical solution of the problem is expressed as a linear combination of local Heun functions. Heun's equation contains many parameters, resulting in its general nature. We studied how limit changes in some of these parameters will affect the solution of the SEPDM. The obtained solutions are particularly suitable for the transfer matrix method and solutions of scattering problems; this is demonstrated by the calculation of bound states.

6. An Exact Solution for a Boundary Value Problem with Application in Fluid Mechanics and Comparison with the Regular Perturbation Solution

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Abdelhalim Ebaid

2014-01-01

Full Text Available The exact solution for any physical model is of great importance in the applied science. Such exact solution leads to the correct physical interpretation and it is also useful in validating the approximate analytical or numerical methods. The exact solution for the peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid with variable viscosity through a porous medium in an asymmetric channel has been achieved. The main advantage of such exact solution is the avoidance of any kind of restrictions on the viscosity parameter α, unlike the previous study in which the restriction α ≪ 1 has been put to achieve the requirements of the regular perturbation method. Hence, various plots have been introduced for the exact effects of the viscosity parameter, Daray’s number, porosity, amplitude ratio, Jeffrey fluid parameter, and the amplitudes of the waves on the pressure rise and the axial velocity. These exact effects have been discussed and further compared with those approximately obtained in the literature by using the regular perturbation method. The comparisons reveal that remarkable differences have been detected between the current exact results and those approximately obtained in the literature for the axial velocity profile and the pressure rise.

7. Exact supersymmetric string solutions in curved gravitational backgrounds

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1994-01-01

We construct a new class of exact and stable superstring solutions based on $N=4$ superconformal world-sheet symmetry. In a subclass of these, the full spectrum of string excitations is derived in a modular-invariant way. In the weak curvature limit, our solutions describe a target space with non-trivial metric and topology, and generalize the previously known (semi) wormhole. The effective field theory limit is identified in certain cases, with solutions of the $N=4$ and $N=8$ extended gauged supergravities, in which the number of space-time supersymmetries is reduced by a factor of 2 because of the presence of non-trivial dilaton, gravitational and/or gauge backgrounds. In the context of string theory, our solutions correspond to stable non-critical superstrings in the strong coupling region; the super-Liouville field couples to a unitary matter system with central charge $5\\le{\\hat c}_M\\le 9$.

8. Exact and useful optimization methods for microeconomics

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2011-01-01

This paper points out that the treatment of utility maximization in current textbooks on microeconomic theory is deficient in at least three respects: breadth of coverage, completeness-cum-coherence of solution methods and mathematical correctness. Improvements are suggested in the form of a

9. Exact periodic wave solutions to the coupled schrِodinger-KdV ...

Abstract. The exact solutions for the coupled non-linear partial differential equations are studied by means of the mapping method proposed recently by the author. Taking the coupled Schriodinger-KdV equation and DS equations as examples, abundant per- iodic wave solutions in terms of Jacobi elliptic functions are ...

10. Discrete Symmetries Analysis and Exact Solutions of the Inviscid Burgers Equation

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Hongwei Yang

2012-01-01

Full Text Available We discuss the Lie point symmetries and discrete symmetries of the inviscid Burgers equation. By employing the Lie group method of infinitesimal transformations, symmetry reductions and similarity solutions of the governing equation are given. Based on discrete symmetries analysis, two groups of discrete symmetries are obtained, which lead to new exact solutions of the inviscid Burgers equation.

11. Symmetry Classification and Exact Solutions of a Variable Coefficient Space-Time Fractional Potential Burgers’ Equation

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Manoj Gaur

2016-01-01

Full Text Available We investigate the symmetry properties of a variable coefficient space-time fractional potential Burgers’ equation. Fractional Lie symmetries and corresponding infinitesimal generators are obtained. With the help of the infinitesimal generators, some group invariant solutions are deduced. Further, some exact solutions of fractional potential Burgers’ equation are generated by the invariant subspace method.

12. Alternate Solution to Generalized Bernoulli Equations via an Integrating Factor: An Exact Differential Equation Approach

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Tisdell, C. C.

2017-01-01

Solution methods to exact differential equations via integrating factors have a rich history dating back to Euler (1740) and the ideas enjoy applications to thermodynamics and electromagnetism. Recently, Azevedo and Valentino presented an analysis of the generalized Bernoulli equation, constructing a general solution by linearizing the problem…

13. On an Approximate Solution Method for the Problem of Surface and Groundwater Combined Movement with Exact Approximation on the Section Line

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L.L. Glazyrina

2016-12-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the initial-boundary problem for two nonlinear parabolic combined equations has been considered. One of the equations is set on the bounded domain Ω from R2, another equation is set along the curve lying in Ω. Both of the equations are parabolic equations with double degeneration. The degeneration can be present at the space operator. Furthermore, the nonlinear function which is under the sign of partial derivative with respect to the variable t, can be bound to zero. This problem has an applied character: such structure is needed to describe the process of surface and ground water combined movement. In this case, the desired function determines the level of water above the given impenetrable bottom, the section simulates the riverbed. The Bussinesk equation has been used for mathematical description of the groundwater filtration process in the domain Ω; a diffusion analogue of the Saint-Venant's system has been used on the section for description of the process of water level change in the open channel. Earlier, the authors proved the theorems of generalized solution existence and uniqueness for the considered problem from the functions classes which are called strengthened Sobolev spaces in the literature. To obtain these results, we used the technique which was created by the German mathematicians (H.W. Alt, S. Luckhaus, F. Otto to establish the correctness of the problems with a double degeneration. In this paper, we have proposed and investigated an approximate solution method for the above-stated problem. This method has been constructed using semidiscretization with respect to the variable t and the finite element method for space variables. Triangulation of the domain has been accomplished by triangles. The mesh has been set on the section line. On each segment of the line section lying between the nearby mesh points, on both side of this segment we have constructed the triangles with a common side which matches with

14. New exact solutions of fractional Hirota-Satsuma coupled Korteweg-de Vries equations

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Cui Lian-Xiang

2015-01-01

Full Text Available An improved extended tg-function method, which combines the fractional complex transform and the extended tanh-function method, is applied to find exact solutions of non-linear fractional partial differential equations. Generalized Hirota-Satsuma coupled Korteweg-de Vries equations are used as an example to elucidate the effectiveness and simplicity of the method.

15. Lie group classifications and exact solutions for time-fractional Burgers equation

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Wu, Guo-cheng

2010-01-01

Lie group method provides an efficient tool to solve nonlinear partial differential equations. This paper suggests a fractional Lie group method for fractional partial differential equations. A time-fractional Burgers equation is used as an example to illustrate the effectiveness of the Lie group method and some classes of exact solutions are obtained.

16. A class of exact classical solutions to string theory.

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Coley, A A

2002-12-31

We show that the recently obtained class of spacetimes for which all of the scalar curvature invariants vanish (which can be regarded as generalizations of pp-wave spacetimes) are exact solutions in string theory to all perturbative orders in the string tension scale. As a result the spectrum of the theory can be explicitly obtained, and these spacetimes are expected to provide some hints for the study of superstrings on more general backgrounds. Since these Lorentzian spacetimes suffer no quantum corrections to all loop orders they may also offer insights into quantum gravity.

17. Exact solutions for the spin tune for model storage rings

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Mane, S R

2002-01-01

We present exact analytical expressions for the spin tune for arbitrary values of the orbital action for several storage ring models. The models we treat contain Siberian Snakes, the use of which is essential to preserve the polarization of beams in high-energy proton storage rings. Our solutions contain some novel features. We also prove a previously conjectured claim about the behavior of spin tuneshifts in rings with multiple Snakes. The conjecture is based on numerical simulations, but our proof is analytical, and also nonperturbative.

18. Exact solutions to relativistic singular fractional power potentials

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Agboola, Davids; Zhang, Yao-Zhong

2013-12-01

We present (exact) solutions of the Dirac equation with equally mixed interactions for a single fermion bounded by the family of fractional power singular potentials. Closed-form expressions as well as numerical values for the energies were obtained. The wave functions and the allowed values of the potential parameters for the first two members of the family are obtained in terms of a set of algebraic equations. The non-relativistic limit is also discussed and using the Hellmann-Feynmann theorem, some useful expectation values are obtained.

19. Exact solitary wave and quasi-periodic wave solutions of the KdV-Sawada-Kotera-Ramani equation

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Zhang, Lijun; Khalique, Chaudry Masood

2015-01-01

In this paper we derive new exact solitary wave solutions and quasi-periodic traveling wave solutions of the KdV-Sawada-Kotera-Ramani equation by using a method which we introduce here for the first time...

20. New exact solutions of sixth-order thin-film equation

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Wafaa M. Taha

2014-01-01

Full Text Available TheG′G-expansion method is used for the first time to find traveling-wave solutions for the sixth-order thin-film equation, where related balance numbers are not the usual positive integers. New types of exact traveling-wave solutions, such as – solitary wave solutions, are obtained the sixth-order thin-film equation, when parameters are taken at special values.

1. Bifurcations and new exact travelling wave solutions for the ...

2016-10-17

Oct 17, 2016 ... Abstract. By using the method of dynamical system, the bidirectional wave equations are considered. Based on this method, all kinds of phase portraits of the reduced travelling wave system in the parametric space are given. All possible bounded travelling wave solutions such as dark soliton solutions, ...

2. Exact Solutions to the Fractional Differential Equations with Mixed Partial Derivatives

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Jun Jiang

2018-02-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the solvability of nonlinear fractional partial differential equations (FPDEs with mixed partial derivatives is considered. The invariant subspace method is generalized and is then used to derive exact solutions to the nonlinear FPDEs. Some examples are solved to illustrate the effectiveness and applicability of the method.

3. Exact Solutions of a High-Order Nonlinear Wave Equation of Korteweg-de Vries Type under Newly Solvable Conditions

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Weiguo Rui

2014-01-01

Full Text Available By using the integral bifurcation method together with factoring technique, we study a water wave model, a high-order nonlinear wave equation of KdV type under some newly solvable conditions. Based on our previous research works, some exact traveling wave solutions such as broken-soliton solutions, periodic wave solutions of blow-up type, smooth solitary wave solutions, and nonsmooth peakon solutions within more extensive parameter ranges are obtained. In particular, a series of smooth solitary wave solutions and nonsmooth peakon solutions are obtained. In order to show the properties of these exact solutions visually, we plot the graphs of some representative traveling wave solutions.

4. A Computer Program for Solving the Parabolic Equation Using an Implicit Finite-Difference Solution Method and Incorporating Exact Interface Conditions

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1983-09-01

and Hardin ( Jensen and Krol, 1975). In this method, uzz in (2.8) is represented by the inverse transform of its Fourier "transform. The SSFFT method...INTRODUCTION Since its introduction to the underwater acoustics community ( Hardin and Tappert, 1973), the parabolic wave equation has stimulated a...pressure release bottom below the physical bottom. The SSFFT method is unconditionally stable (Brock, 1978). The SSFFT method has been implemented by Jensen

5. Exact solutions in a model of vertical gas migration

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Silin, Dmitriy B.; Patzek, Tad W.; Benson, Sally M.

2006-06-27

This work is motivated by the growing interest in injectingcarbon dioxide into deep geological formations as a means of avoidingatmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide and consequent global warming.One of the key questions regarding the feasibility of this technology isthe potential rate of leakage out of the primary storage formation. Weseek exact solutions in a model of gas flow driven by a combination ofbuoyancy, viscous and capillary forces. Different combinations of theseforces and characteristic length scales of the processes lead todifferent time scaling and different types of solutions. In the case of athin, tight seal, where the impact of gravity is negligible relative tocapillary and viscous forces, a Ryzhik-type solution implies square-rootof time scaling of plume propagation velocity. In the general case, a gasplume has two stable zones, which can be described by travelling-wavesolutions. The theoretical maximum of the velocity of plume migrationprovides a conservative estimate for the time of vertical migration.Although the top of the plume has low gas saturation, it propagates witha velocity close to the theoretical maximum. The bottom of the plumeflows significantly more slowly at a higher gas saturation. Due to localheterogeneities, the plume can break into parts. Individual plumes alsocan coalesce and from larger plumes. The analytical results are appliedto studying carbon dioxide flow caused by leaks from deep geologicalformations used for CO2 storage. The results are also applicable formodeling flow of natural gas leaking from seasonal gas storage, or formodeling of secondary hydrocarbon migration.

6. Regarding on the exact solutions for the nonlinear fractional differential equations

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Kaplan Melike

2016-01-01

Full Text Available In this work, we have considered the modified simple equation (MSE method for obtaining exact solutions of nonlinear fractional-order differential equations. The space-time fractional equal width (EW and the modified equal width (mEW equation are considered for illustrating the effectiveness of the algorithm. It has been observed that all exact solutions obtained in this paper verify the nonlinear ordinary differential equations which was obtained from nonlinear fractional-order differential equations under the terms of wave transformation relationship. The obtained results are shown graphically.

7. Exact Traveling-Wave Solution for Local Fractional Boussinesq Equation in Fractal Domain

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Yang, Xiao-Jun; Machado, J. A. Tenreiro; Baleanu, Dumitru

The new Boussinesq-type model in a fractal domain is derived based on the formulation of the local fractional derivative. The novel traveling wave transform of the non-differentiable type is adopted to convert the local fractional Boussinesq equation into a nonlinear local fractional ODE. The exact traveling wave solution is also obtained with aid of the non-differentiable graph. The proposed method, involving the fractal special functions, is efficient for finding the exact solutions of the nonlinear PDEs in fractal domains.

8. Fifty Years of the Exact Solution of the Two-Dimensional Ising Model by Onsager

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Bhattacharjee, Somendra M.; Khare, Avinash

1995-01-01

The exact solution of the two-dimensional Ising model by Onsager in 1944 represents one of the landmarks in theoretical physics. On the occassion of the fifty years of the exact solution, we give a historical review of this model. After briefly discussing the exact solution by Onsager, we point out some of the recent developments in this field. The exact solution by Onsager has inspired several developments in various other fields. Some of these are also briefly mentioned.

9. Exact solutions to three-dimensional time-dependent Schrödinger ...

With a view to obtain exact analytic solutions to the time-dependent Schrödinger equation for a few potentials of physical interest in three dimensions, transformation-group method is used. Interestingly, the integrals of motion in the new coordinates turn out to be the desired invariants of the systems.

10. Exact solutions to the Boltzmann equation by mapping the scattering integral into a differential operator

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Zabadal, Jorge; Borges, Volnei; Van der Laan, Flavio T., E-mail: jorge.zabadal@ufrgs.br, E-mail: borges@ufrgs.br, E-mail: ftvdl@ufrgs.br [Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica. Grupo de Pesquisas Radiologicas; Ribeiro, Vinicius G., E-mail: vinicius_ribeiro@uniritter.edu.br [Centro Universitario Ritter dos Reis (UNIRITTER), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil); Santos, Marcio G., E-mail: phd.marcio@gmail.com [Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Tramandai, RS (Brazil). Departamento Interdisciplinar do Campus Litoral Norte

2015-07-01

This work presents a new analytical method for solving the Boltzmann equation. In this formulation, a linear differential operator is applied over the Boltzmann model, in order to produce a partial differential equation in which the scattering term is absent. This auxiliary equation is solved via reduction of order. The exact solution obtained is employed to define a precursor for the buildup factor. (author)

11. Exact analytic solutions for a Dirac electron moving in graphene under magnetic fields

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Kuru, S [Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Ankara University, 06100 Ankara (Turkey); Negro, J; Nieto, L M, E-mail: sengul.kuru@science.ankara.edu.t, E-mail: jnegro@fta.uva.e, E-mail: luismi@metodos.fam.cie.uva.e [Departamento de Fisica Teorica, Atomica y Optica, Universidad de Valladolid, E-47071 Valladolid (Spain)

2009-11-11

Exact analytical solutions for the bound states of a graphene Dirac electron in various magnetic fields with translational symmetry are obtained. In order to solve the time-independent Dirac-Weyl equation the factorization method used in supersymmetric quantum mechanics is adapted to this problem. The behavior of the discrete spectrum, probability and current densities are discussed.

12. Exact analytic solutions for a Dirac electron moving in graphene under magnetic fields.

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Kuru, S; Negro, J; Nieto, L M

2009-11-11

Exact analytical solutions for the bound states of a graphene Dirac electron in various magnetic fields with translational symmetry are obtained. In order to solve the time-independent Dirac-Weyl equation the factorization method used in supersymmetric quantum mechanics is adapted to this problem. The behavior of the discrete spectrum, probability and current densities are discussed.

13. Almost Surely Asymptotic Stability of Exact and Numerical Solutions for Neutral Stochastic Pantograph Equations

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Zhanhua Yu

2011-01-01

Full Text Available We study the almost surely asymptotic stability of exact solutions to neutral stochastic pantograph equations (NSPEs, and sufficient conditions are obtained. Based on these sufficient conditions, we show that the backward Euler method (BEM with variable stepsize can preserve the almost surely asymptotic stability. Numerical examples are demonstrated for illustration.

14. Exact Solutions and Symmetry Operators for the Nonlocal Gross-Pitaevskii Equation with Quadratic Potential

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Alexander Shapovalov

2005-10-01

Full Text Available The complex WKB-Maslov method is used to consider an approach to the semiclassical integrability of the multidimensional Gross-Pitaevskii equation with an external field and nonlocal nonlinearity previously developed by the authors. Although the WKB-Maslov method is approximate in essence, it leads to exact solution of the Gross-Pitaevskii equation with an external and a nonlocal quadratic potential. For this equation, an exact solution of the Cauchy problem is constructed in the class of trajectory concentrated functions. A nonlinear evolution operator is found in explicit form and symmetry operators (mapping a solution of the equation into another solution are obtained for the equation under consideration. General constructions are illustrated by examples.

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the great advantage of these methods consists in their high reliability, which makes it possible to obtain solutions of rather low accuracy (but sufficient for practical purposes). This considerably ... other competitive method. On the other hand, some one- or two-dimensional problems which are not too complicated in geometry ...

16. The Exact Solutions for a Point Mass Moving along a Stretched String on a Winkler Foundation

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Q. Gao

2014-01-01

Full Text Available This paper derives the exact solutions for a point mass moving along a stretched infinite string on a Winkler foundation at a constant velocity. The solutions for the contact force between the string and the mass are derived and then the displacement responses of the string can be obtained easily. The solutions cover infinite string subjected to a moving mass at subsonic, sonic, or supersonic velocities. When time tends to infinity, the asymptotical solutions for the contact force between the mass and the string and for the displacement of the contact point are derived. The formulas derived are shown to be correct by comparison with the semianalytical method.

17. Strong interactions and exact solutions in nonlinear massive gravity

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Koyama, Kazuya; Niz, Gustavo; Tasinato, Gianmassimo

2011-09-01

We investigate strong coupling effects in a covariant massive gravity model, which is a candidate for a ghost-free nonlinear completion of Fierz-Pauli. We analyze the conditions to recover general relativity via the Vainshtein mechanism in the weak field limit, and find three main cases depending on the choice of parameters. In the first case, the potential is such that all nonlinearities disappear and the vDVZ discontinuity cannot be avoided. In the second case, the Vainshtein mechanism allows to recover general relativity within a macroscopic radius from a source. In the last case, the strong coupling of the scalar graviton completely shields the massless graviton, and weakens gravity when approaching the source. In the second part of the paper, we explore new exact vacuum solutions, that asymptote to de Sitter or anti de Sitter space depending on the choice of parameters. The curvature of the space is proportional to the mass of the graviton, thus providing a cosmological background which may explain the present-day acceleration in terms of the graviton mass. Moreover, by expressing the potential for nonlinear massive gravity in a convenient form, we also suggest possible connections with a higher-dimensional framework.

18. Exact solutions of certain nonlinear chemotaxis diffusion reaction ...

constructed coupled differential equations. The results obtained here could be useful in the studies of several biological systems and processes, e.g., in bacterial infection, chemotherapy, etc. Keywords. Nonlinear diffusion reaction equation; chemotaxis; auxiliary equation method; solitary wave solutions. PACS Nos 05.45.

19. Exact solution of the space-time fractional coupled EW and coupled MEW equations

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Raslan, K. R.; S. EL-Danaf, Talaat; K. Ali, Khalid

2017-07-01

In this paper, we obtained a traveling wave solution by using the Kudryashov method for the space-time fractional nonlinear partial differential equations. The method is used to obtain the exact solutions for different types of the space-time fractional nonlinear partial differential equations, such as the space-time fractional coupled equal width wave equation (CEWE) and the space-time fractional coupled modified equal width wave equation (CMEWE), which are the important soliton equations. Both equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by use of the fractional complex transform and of the properties of the modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. We plot the exact solutions for these equations at different time levels.

20. Exact solutions of some coupled nonlinear diffusion-reaction ...

Nonlinear diffusion equation; auxiliary equation method; solitary wave solution. PACS Nos 05.45.Yv; 02.30. ... tions not only of nonlinear partial differential equations but also of their coupled versions. These methods .... Case 1d: If A = 1, C = 2 − m2 and D = 1 − m2, then [18] z(ξ) = cn(ξ)/sn(ξ), and, from (7), we have u(ξ) = D1.

1. Exact solutions for helical magnetohydrodynamic equilibria. II. Nonstatic and nonbarotropic solutions

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Villata, M. (Istituto di Fisica Generale dell' Universita, Via Pietro Giuria 1, I-10125 Torino (Italy)); Ferrari, A. (Osservatorio Astronomico di Torino, I-10025 Pino Torinese (Italy))

1994-07-01

In the framework of the analytical study of magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equilibria with flow and nonuniform density, a general family of well-behaved exact solutions of the generalized Grad--Shafranov equation and of the whole set of time-independent MHD equations completed by the nonbarotropic ideal gas equation of state is obtained, both in helical and axial symmetry. The helical equilibrium solutions are suggested to be relevant to describe the helical morphology of some astrophysical jets.

2. Exact solutions of (3â¯+â¯1-dimensional generalized KP equation arising in physics

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Syed Tauseef Mohyud-Din

Full Text Available In this work, we have obtained some exact solutions to (3â¯+â¯1-dimensional generalized KP Equation. The improved tanÏ(Î¾2-expansion method has been introduced to construct the exact solutions of nonlinear evolution equations. The obtained solutions include hyperbolic function solutions, trigonometric function solutions, exponential solutions, and rational solutions. Our study has added some new varieties of solutions to already available solutions. It is also worth mentioning that the computational work has been reduced significantly. Keywords: Improved tanÏ(Î¾2-expansion method, Hyperbolic function solution, Trigonometric function solution, Rational solution, (3â¯+â¯1-dimensional generalized KP equation

3. A procedure to construct exact solutions of nonlinear fractional differential equations.

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2014-01-01

We use the fractional transformation to convert the nonlinear partial fractional differential equations with the nonlinear ordinary differential equations. The Exp-function method is extended to solve fractional partial differential equations in the sense of the modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. We apply the Exp-function method to the time fractional Sharma-Tasso-Olver equation, the space fractional Burgers equation, and the time fractional fmKdV equation. As a result, we obtain some new exact solutions.

4. Exact solutions and maximal dimension of invariant subspaces of time fractional coupled nonlinear partial differential equations

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2017-01-01

We show how invariant subspace method can be extended to time fractional coupled nonlinear partial differential equations and construct their exact solutions. Effectiveness of the method has been illustrated through time fractional Hunter-Saxton equation, time fractional coupled nonlinear diffusion system, time fractional coupled Boussinesq equation and time fractional Whitman-Broer-Kaup system. Also we explain how maximal dimension of the time fractional coupled nonlinear partial differential equations can be estimated.

5. Density-Dependent Conformable Space-time Fractional Diffusion-Reaction Equation and Its Exact Solutions

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Hosseini, Kamyar; Mayeli, Peyman; Bekir, Ahmet; Guner, Ozkan

2018-01-01

In this article, a special type of fractional differential equations (FDEs) named the density-dependent conformable fractional diffusion-reaction (DDCFDR) equation is studied. Aforementioned equation has a significant role in the modelling of some phenomena arising in the applied science. The well-organized methods, including the \\exp (-φ (\\varepsilon )) -expansion and modified Kudryashov methods are exerted to generate the exact solutions of this equation such that some of the solutions are new and have been reported for the first time. Results illustrate that both methods have a great performance in handling the DDCFDR equation.

6. The exact solution of self-consistent equations in the scanning near-field optic microscopy problem

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Lozovski, Valeri; Bozhevolnyi, Sergey I.

1999-01-01

The macroscopic approach that allows one to obtain an exact solution of the self-consistent equation of the Lippmann-Schwinger type is developed. The main idea of our method consist in usage of diagram technque for exact summation of the infinite series corresponding to the iteration procedure fo...

7. Exact solutions of time fractional heat-like and wave-like equations with variable coefficients

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Zhang Sheng

2016-01-01

Full Text Available In this paper, a variable-coefficient time fractional heat-like and wave-like equation with initial and boundary conditions is solved by the use of variable separation method and the properties of Mittag-Leffler function. As a result, exact solutions are obtained, from which some known special solutions are recovered. It is shown that the variable separation method can also be used to solve some others time fractional heat-like and wave-like equation in science and engineering.

8. A new approach to the exact solutions of the effective mass Schrodinger equation

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Tezcan, Cevdet; Sever, Ramazan; Yesiltas, Ozlem

2007-01-01

Effective mass Schrodinger equation is solved exactly for a given potential. Nikiforov-Uvarov method is used to obtain energy eigenvalues and the corresponding wave functions. A free parameter is used in the transformation of the wave function. The effective mass Schrodinger equation is also solved for the Morse potential transforming to the constant mass Schr\\"{o}dinger equation for a potential. One can also get solution of the effective mass Schrodinger equation starting from the constant m...

9. Exact solution of a generalized two-sites Bose-Hubbard model

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Filho, Gilberto N Santos

2016-01-01

I introduce a new parametrization of a bosonic Lax operator for the algebraic Bethe ansatz method with the $gl(2)$-invariant $R$-matrix and use it to present the exact solution of a generalized two-sites Bose-Hubbard model with asymmetric tunnelling. In the no interaction limit I show that the Bethe ansatz equations can be written as a $S^{N-1}$ sphere, where $N$ is the total number of atoms in the condensate.

10. Symmetry properties, similarity reduction and exact solutions of fractional Boussinesq equation

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Rashidi, Saeede; Hejazi, S. Reza

In this paper, some properties of the time fractional Boussinesq equation are presented. Group analysis of the time fractional Boussinesq equation with Riemann-Liouville derivative is performed and the corresponding optimal system of subgroups are determined. Next, we apply the obtained optimal systems for constructing reduced fractional ordinary differential equations (FODEs). Finally, we show how to derive exact solutions to time fractional Boussinesq equation via invariant subspace method.

11. Exact Solutions to Some Conformable Time Fractional Equations in Benjamin-Bona-Mahony Family

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Korkmaz, Alper

2016-01-01

The conformable time fractional forms of some partial differential equations are solved in the study. The existence of chain rule and the derivative of composite function enable the equations to be reduced to some ordinary differential equations by using some particular wave transformations. The modified Kudryashov method implemented to derive the exact solutions for the Benjamin-Bona Mahony (BBM), the symmetric BBM and the equal width (EW) equations in the conformable fractional time derivat...

12. A new approach to exact solutions construction in scalar cosmology with a Gauss-Bonnet term

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Fomin, I. V.; Chervon, S. V.

2017-08-01

We study the cosmological model based on Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity with non-minimal coupling of a scalar field to a Gauss-Bonnet term in four-dimensional (4D) Friedmann universe. We show how constructing the exact solutions by the method based on a confrontation of the Hubble parameter in the model under consideration is achieved with that in a standard scalar field inflationary cosmology.

13. Exact and Approximate Stability of Solutions to Traveling Salesman Problems.

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Niendorf, Moritz; Girard, Anouck R

2017-01-17

This paper presents the stability analysis of an optimal tour for the symmetric traveling salesman problem (TSP) by obtaining stability regions. The stability region of an optimal tour is the set of all cost changes for which that solution remains optimal and can be understood as the margin of optimality for a solution with respect to perturbations in the problem data. It is known that it is not possible to test in polynomial time whether an optimal tour remains optimal after the cost of an arbitrary set of edges changes. Therefore, this paper develops tractable methods to obtain under and over approximations of stability regions based on neighborhoods and relaxations. The application of the results to the two-neighborhood and the minimum 1 tree (M1T) relaxation are discussed in detail. For Euclidean TSPs, stability regions with respect to vertex location perturbations and the notion of safe radii and location criticalities are introduced. Benefits of this paper include insight into robustness properties of tours, minimum spanning trees, M1Ts, and fast methods to evaluate optimality after perturbations occur. Numerical examples are given to demonstrate the methods and achievable approximation quality.

14. Exact cosmological solutions of f(R theories via Hojman symmetry

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Hao Wei

2016-02-01

Full Text Available Nowadays, f(R theory has been one of the leading modified gravity theories to explain the current accelerated expansion of the universe, without invoking dark energy. It is of interest to find the exact cosmological solutions of f(R theories. Besides other methods, symmetry has been proved as a powerful tool to find exact solutions. On the other hand, symmetry might hint the deep physical structure of a theory, and hence considering symmetry is also well motivated. As is well known, Noether symmetry has been extensively used in physics. Recently, the so-called Hojman symmetry was also considered in the literature. Hojman symmetry directly deals with the equations of motion, rather than Lagrangian or Hamiltonian, unlike Noether symmetry. In this work, we consider Hojman symmetry in f(R theories in both the metric and Palatini formalisms, and find the corresponding exact cosmological solutions of f(R theories via Hojman symmetry. There exist some new solutions significantly different from the ones obtained by using Noether symmetry in f(R theories. To our knowledge, they also have not been found previously in the literature. This work confirms that Hojman symmetry can bring new features to cosmology and gravity theories.

15. Exact Solution of the Six-Vertex Model with Domain Wall Boundary Conditions. Disordered Phase

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Bleher, P M

2005-01-01

The six-vertex model, or the square ice model, with domain wall boundary conditions (DWBC) has been introduced and solved for finite $N$ by Korepin and Izergin. The solution is based on the Yang-Baxter equations and it represents the free energy in terms of an $N\\times N$ Hankel determinant. Paul Zinn-Justin observed that the Izergin-Korepin formula can be re-expressed in terms of the partition function of a random matrix model with a nonpolynomial interaction. We use this observation to obtain the large $N$ asymptotics of the six-vertex model with DWBC in the disordered phase. The solution is based on the Riemann-Hilbert approach and the Deift-Zhou nonlinear steepest descent method. As was noticed by Kuperberg, the problem of enumeration of alternating sign matrices (the ASM problem) is a special case of the the six-vertex model. We compare the obtained exact solution of the six-vertex model with known exact results for the 1, 2, and 3 enumerations of ASMs, and also with the exact solution on the so-called f...

16. Exact solution for the interior of a black hole

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Nieuwenhuizen, T.M.

2008-01-01

Within the Relativistic Theory of Gravitation it is shown that the equation of state p = rho holds near the center of a black hole. For the stiff equation of state p = rho - rho(c) the interior metric is solved exactly. It is matched with the Schwarzschild metric, which is deformed in a narrow range

17. Exact solutions and numerical simulation of longitudinal vibration of the Rayleigh-Love rods with variable cross-sections

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Shatalov, M

2012-09-01

Full Text Available Exact solutions of equations of longitudinal vibration of conical and exponential rod are analyzed for the Rayleigh-Love model. These solutions are used as reference results for checking accuracy of the method of lines. It is shown that the method...

18. Some exact solutions for a unidimensional fokker-planck equation by using lie symmetries

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Hugo Hernán Ortíz-Álvarez

2015-01-01

Full Text Available The Fokker Planck equation appears in the study of diffusion phenomena, stochastics processes and quantum and classical mechanics. A particular case fromthis equation, ut − uxx − xux − u=0, is examined by the Lie group method approach. From the invariant condition it was possible to obtain the infinitesimal generators or vectors associated to this equation, identifying the corresponding symmetry groups. Exact solution were found for each one of this generators and new solution were constructed by using symmetry properties.

19. An exact solution for ideal dam-break floods on steep slopes

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Ancey, C.; Iverson, R.M.; Rentschler, M.; Denlinger, R.P.

2008-01-01

The shallow-water equations are used to model the flow resulting from the sudden release of a finite volume of frictionless, incompressible fluid down a uniform slope of arbitrary inclination. The hodograph transformation and Riemann's method make it possible to transform the governing equations into a linear system and then deduce an exact analytical solution expressed in terms of readily evaluated integrals. Although the solution treats an idealized case never strictly realized in nature, it is uniquely well-suited for testing the robustness and accuracy of numerical models used to model shallow-water flows on steep slopes. Copyright 2008 by the American Geophysical Union.

20. Exact unsteady solutions to the Navier-Stokes and viscous MHD equations

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Bogoyavlenskij, Oleg I

2003-02-10

Infinite-dimensional families of exact solutions that depend on all four variables t,x,y,z are derived for the Navier-Stokes equations and for viscous magnetohydrodynamics equations. Soliton-like solutions--viscons--are introduced.

1. Calculation of exact vibration modes for plane grillages by the dynamic stiffness method

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Hallauer, W. L., Jr.; Liu, R. Y. L.

1982-01-01

A dynamic stiffness method is developed for the calculation of the exact modal parameters for plane grillages which consist of straight and uniform beams with coincident elastic and inertial axes. Elementary bending-torsion beam theory is utilized, and bending translation is restricted to one direction. The exact bending-torsion dynamic stiffness matrix is obtained for a straight and uniform beam element with coincident elastic and inertial axes. The element stiffness matrices are assembled using the standard procedure of the static stiffness method to form the dynamic stiffness matrix of the complete grillage. The exact natural frequencies, mode shapes, and generalized masses of the grillage are then calculated by solving a nonlinear eigenvalue problem based on the dynamic stiffness matrix. The exact modal solutions for an example grillage are calculated and compared with the approximate solutions obtained by using the finite element method.

2. Validation of ANUGA hydraulic model using exact solutions to shallow water wave problems

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Mungkasi, S.; Roberts, S. G.

2013-04-01

ANUGA is an open source and free software developed by the Australian National University (ANU) and Geoscience Australia (GA). This software is a hydraulic numerical model used to solve the two-dimensional shallow water equations. The numerical method underlying it is a finite volume method. This paper presents some validation results of ANUGA with respect to exact solutions to shallow water flow problems. We identify the strengths of ANUGA and comment on future work that may be taken into account for ANUGA development.

3. New approach for exact solutions of time fractional Cahn-Allen equation and time fractional Phi-4 equation

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Tariq, Hira; Akram, Ghazala

2017-05-01

In this article, new exact analytical solutions of some nonlinear evolution equations (NLEEs) arising in science, engineering and mathematical physics, namely time fractional Cahn-Allen equation and time fractional Phi-4 equation are developed using tanh method by means of fractional complex transform. The obtained results are demonstrated by graphs for the new solutions.

4. Mixed Poisson distributions in exact solutions of stochastic autoregulation models.

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Iyer-Biswas, Srividya; Jayaprakash, C

2014-11-01

In this paper we study the interplay between stochastic gene expression and system design using simple stochastic models of autoactivation and autoinhibition. Using the Poisson representation, a technique whose particular usefulness in the context of nonlinear gene regulation models we elucidate, we find exact results for these feedback models in the steady state. Further, we exploit this representation to analyze the parameter spaces of each model, determine which dimensionless combinations of rates are the shape determinants for each distribution, and thus demarcate where in the parameter space qualitatively different behaviors arise. These behaviors include power-law-tailed distributions, bimodal distributions, and sub-Poisson distributions. We also show how these distribution shapes change when the strength of the feedback is tuned. Using our results, we reexamine how well the autoinhibition and autoactivation models serve their conventionally assumed roles as paradigms for noise suppression and noise exploitation, respectively.

5. Symmetries and exact solutions of fractional filtration equations

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Gazizov, Rafail K.; Kasatkin, Alexey A.; Lukashchuk, Stanislav Yu.

2017-11-01

Few fractional differential models of fluid flow through porous medium are considered. We use several modifications of Darcy's law that contain time-and space-fractional derivatives corresponding to memory or non-local effects in filtration. Symmetry properties of the resulting nonlinear anomalous diffusion-type equations are analyzed and new group-invariant solutions are constructed. In particular, we obtain fractional analogues of so-called blow-up solutions.

6. Analytical study of exact solutions of the nonlinear Korteweg-de Vries equation with space-time fractional derivatives

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Liu, Jiangen; Zhang, Yufeng

2018-01-01

This paper gives an analytical study of dynamic behavior of the exact solutions of nonlinear Korteweg-de Vries equation with space-time local fractional derivatives. By using the improved (G‧ G )-expansion method, the explicit traveling wave solutions including periodic solutions, dark soliton solutions, soliton solutions and soliton-like solutions, are obtained for the first time. They can better help us further understand the physical phenomena and provide a strong basis. Meanwhile, some solutions are presented through 3D-graphs.

7. On exact traveling-wave solutions for local fractional Korteweg-de Vries equation

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Yang, Xiao-Jun; Tenreiro Machado, J. A.; Baleanu, Dumitru; Cattani, Carlo

2016-08-01

This paper investigates the Korteweg-de Vries equation within the scope of the local fractional derivative formulation. The exact traveling wave solutions of non-differentiable type with the generalized functions defined on Cantor sets are analyzed. The results for the non-differentiable solutions when fractal dimension is 1 are also discussed. It is shown that the exact solutions for the local fractional Korteweg-de Vries equation characterize the fractal wave on shallow water surfaces.

8. On exact traveling-wave solutions for local fractional Korteweg-de Vries equation.

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Yang, Xiao-Jun; Tenreiro Machado, J A; Baleanu, Dumitru; Cattani, Carlo

2016-08-01

This paper investigates the Korteweg-de Vries equation within the scope of the local fractional derivative formulation. The exact traveling wave solutions of non-differentiable type with the generalized functions defined on Cantor sets are analyzed. The results for the non-differentiable solutions when fractal dimension is 1 are also discussed. It is shown that the exact solutions for the local fractional Korteweg-de Vries equation characterize the fractal wave on shallow water surfaces.

9. Exact solution for spin precession in the radiationless relativistic Kepler problem

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Mane, S.R., E-mail: srmane001@gmail.com

2014-11-11

There is interest in circulating beams of polarized particles in all-electric storage rings to search for nonzero permanent electric dipole moments of subatomic particles. To this end, it is helpful to derive exact analytical solutions of the spin precession in idealized models, both for pedagogical reasons and to serve as benchmark tests for analysis and design of experiments. This paper derives exact solutions for the spin precession in the relativistic Kepler problem. Some counterintuitive properties of the solutions are pointed out.

10. Exact solution for spin precession in the radiationless relativistic Kepler problem

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Mane, S. R.

2014-11-01

There is interest in circulating beams of polarized particles in all-electric storage rings to search for nonzero permanent electric dipole moments of subatomic particles. To this end, it is helpful to derive exact analytical solutions of the spin precession in idealized models, both for pedagogical reasons and to serve as benchmark tests for analysis and design of experiments. This paper derives exact solutions for the spin precession in the relativistic Kepler problem. Some counterintuitive properties of the solutions are pointed out.

11. Mushy-zone model with an exact solution

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Solomon, A. D.; Wilson, D. G.; Alexiades, V.

1982-04-01

In this paper we propose a very simple model of a mushy zone which admits of an explicit solution. To our knowledge, it is the only instance where an actual observation of the mushy zone width and structure is used as a partial basis for the model definition. The model rests upon two unknown parameters. The first determines the relation between the equilibrium temperature gradient and the mushy zone width. The second depends upon the dendritic structure in the mushy zone, and is related to the solid fraction. Both can be estimated from experiments. We will limit ourselves to defining the model, presenting its closed form solution, and giving tables from which the solution can be found explicitly. It is shown that in most cases the predicted mushy zone is of very negligible importance.

12. Exact helicoidal and catenoidal solutions in five- and higher-dimensional Einstein-Maxwell theory

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Ghezelbash, A. M.; Kumar, V.

2017-06-01

We present several new exact solutions in five- and higher-dimensional Einstein-Maxwell theory by embedding the Nutku instanton. The metric functions for the five-dimensional solutions depend only on a radial coordinate and on two spatial coordinates for the six- and higher-dimensional solutions. The six- and higher-dimensional metric functions are convolutedlike integrals of two special functions. We find that the solutions are regular almost everywhere and some spatial sections of the solution describe wormhole handles. We also find a class of exact and nonstationary convolutedlike solutions to the Einstein-Maxwell theory with a cosmological constant.

13. Exact half-BPS type IIB interface solutions I: local solution and supersymmetric Janus

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D' Hoker, Eric; Estes, John; Gutperle, Michael [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095 (United States)

2007-06-15

The complete Type IIB supergravity solutions with 16 supersymmetries are obtained on the manifold AdS{sub 4} x S{sup 2} x S{sup 2} x {sigma} with SO(2, 3) x SO(3) x SO(3) symmetry in terms of two holomorphic functions on a Riemann surface {sigma}, which generally has a boundary. This is achieved by reducing the BPS equations using the above symmetry requirements, proving that all solutions of the BPS equations solve the full Type IIB supergravity field equations, mapping the BPS equations onto a new integrable system akin to the Liouville and Sine-Gordon theories, and mapping this integrable system to a linear equation which can be solved exactly. Amongst the infinite class of solutions, a non-singular Janus solution is identified which provides the AdS/CFT dual of the maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills interface theory discovered recently. The construction of general classes of globally non-singular solutions, including fully back-reacted AdS{sub 5} x S{sup 5} and supersymmetric Janus doped with D5 and/or NS5 branes, is deferred to a companion paper.

14. Exact half-BPS type IIB interface solutions II: flux solutions and multi-Janus

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D' Hoker, Eric; Estes, John; Gutperle, Michael [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095 (United States)

2007-06-15

Regularity and topology conditions are imposed on the exact Type IIB solutions on AdS{sub 4} x S{sup 2} x S{sup 2} x {sigma} with 16 supersymmetries, which were derived in a companion paper [1]. We construct an infinite class of regular solutions with varying dilaton, and non-zero 3-form fluxes. Our solutions may be viewed as the fully back-reacted geometries of AdS{sub 5} x S{sup 5} (or more generally, Janus) doped with D5 and/or NS5 branes. The solutions are parametrized by the choice of an arbitrary genus g hyper-elliptic Riemann surface {sigma} with boundary, all of whose branch points are restricted to lie on a line. For genus 0, the Janus solution with 16 supersymmetries and 6 real parameters is recovered; its topology coincides with that of AdS{sub 5} x S{sup 5}. The genus g {>=} 1 solutions are parametrized by a total of 4g + 6 real numbers, 2g-1 of which are the real moduli of {sigma}. The solutions have 2g + 2 asymptotic AdS{sub 5} x S{sup 5} regions, g three-spheres with RR 3-form charge, and another g with NSNS 3-form charge. Collapse of consecutive branch points of {sigma} yields singularities which correspond to D5 and NS5 branes in the probe limit. It is argued that the AdS/CFT dual gauge theory to each of our solutions consists of a 2+1-dimensional planar interface on which terminate 2g + 2 half-Minkowski 3+1-dimensional space-time N = 4 super-Yang-Mills theories. Generally, the N = 4 theory in each Minkowski half-space-time may have an independent value of the gauge coupling, and the interface may support various operators, whose interface couplings are further free parameters of the dual gauge theory.

15. On the RF-pair operations for the exact solution of some classes of nonlinear Volterra integral equations

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P. Darania

2006-01-01

Full Text Available We study the exact solution of some classes of nonlinear integral equations by series of some invertible transformations and RF-pair operations. We show that this method applies to several classes of nonlinear Volterra integral equations as well and give some useful invertible transformations for converting these equations into differential equations of Emden-Fowler type. As a consequence, we analyze the effect of the proposed operations on the exact solution of the transformed equation in order to find the exact solution of the original equation. Some applications of the method are also given. This approach is effective to find a great number of new integrable equations, which thus far, could not be integrated using the classical methods.

16. Exact Solutions of Fragmentation Equations with General Fragmentation Rates and Separable Particles Distribution Kernels

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S. C. Oukouomi Noutchie

2014-01-01

Full Text Available We make use of Laplace transform techniques and the method of characteristics to solve fragmentation equations explicitly. Our result is a breakthrough in the analysis of pure fragmentation equations as this is the first instance where an exact solution is provided for the fragmentation evolution equation with general fragmentation rates. This paper is the key for resolving most of the open problems in fragmentation theory including “shattering” and the sudden appearance of infinitely many particles in some systems with initial finite particles number.

17. EDISON-WMW: Exact Dynamic Programing Solution of the Wilcoxon–Mann–Whitney Test

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Alexander Marx

2016-02-01

Full Text Available In many research disciplines, hypothesis tests are applied to evaluate whether findings are statistically significant or could be explained by chance. The Wilcoxon–Mann–Whitney (WMW test is among the most popular hypothesis tests in medicine and life science to analyze if two groups of samples are equally distributed. This nonparametric statistical homogeneity test is commonly applied in molecular diagnosis. Generally, the solution of the WMW test takes a high combinatorial effort for large sample cohorts containing a significant number of ties. Hence, P value is frequently approximated by a normal distribution. We developed EDISON-WMW, a new approach to calculate the exact permutation of the two-tailed unpaired WMW test without any corrections required and allowing for ties. The method relies on dynamic programing to solve the combinatorial problem of the WMW test efficiently. Beyond a straightforward implementation of the algorithm, we presented different optimization strategies and developed a parallel solution. Using our program, the exact P value for large cohorts containing more than 1000 samples with ties can be calculated within minutes. We demonstrate the performance of this novel approach on randomly-generated data, benchmark it against 13 other commonly-applied approaches and moreover evaluate molecular biomarkers for lung carcinoma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD. We found that approximated P values were generally higher than the exact solution provided by EDISON-WMW. Importantly, the algorithm can also be applied to high-throughput omics datasets, where hundreds or thousands of features are included. To provide easy access to the multi-threaded version of EDISON-WMW, a web-based solution of our algorithm is freely available at http://www.ccb.uni-saarland.de/software/wtest/.

18. Differential invariants and exact solutions of the Einstein equations

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Lychagin, Valentin; Yumaguzhin, Valeriy

2017-06-01

In this paper (cf. Lychagin and Yumaguzhin, in Anal Math Phys, 2016) a class of totally geodesics solutions for the vacuum Einstein equations is introduced. It consists of Einstein metrics of signature (1,3) such that 2-dimensional distributions, defined by the Weyl tensor, are completely integrable and totally geodesic. The complete and explicit description of metrics from these class is given. It is shown that these metrics depend on two functions in one variable and one harmonic function.

19. Some comments on developments in exact solutions in statistical mechanics since 1944

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Baxter, R. J.

2010-11-01

Onsager and Kaufman calculated the partition function of the Ising model exactly in 1944 and 1949. Since then there have been many developments in the exact solution of similar, but usually more complicated, models. Here I shall mention a few, and show how some of the latest work seems to be returning once again to the properties observed by Onsager and Kaufman.

20. New approach to the exact solution of viscous flow due to stretching (shrinking and porous sheet

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Azhar Ali

Full Text Available Exact analytical solutions for the generalized stretching (shrinking of a porous surface, for the variable suction (injection velocity, is presented in this paper. The solution is generalized in the sense that the existing solutions that correspond to various stretching velocities are recovered as a special case of this study. A suitable similarity transformation is introduced to find self-similar solution of the non-linear governing equations. The flow is characterized by a few non-dimensional parameters signifying the problem completely. These parameters are such that the whole range of stretching (shrinking problems discussed earlier can be recovered by assigning appropriate values to these parameters. A key point of the whole narrative is that a number of earlier works can be abridged into one generalized problem through the introduction of a new similarity transformation and finding its exact solution encompassing all the earlier solutions. Keywords: Exact solutions, New similarities, Permeable and moving sheet

1. Exact Solutions of a Generalized Weighted Scale Free Network

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Li Tan

2013-01-01

Full Text Available We investigate a class of generalized weighted scale-free networks, where the new vertex connects to m pairs of vertices selected preferentially. The key contribution of this paper is that, from the standpoint of random processes, we provide rigorous analytic solutions for the steady state distributions, including the vertex degree distribution, the vertex strength distribution and the edge weight distribution. Numerical simulations indicate that this network model yields three power law distributions for the vertex degrees, vertex strengths and edge weights, respectively.

2. Applications of homogenous balanced principle on investigating exact solutions to a series of time fractional nonlinear PDEs

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Rui, Weiguo

2017-06-01

By using a counterexample, we proved the fractional chain rule appeared in many references does not hold under Riemann-Liouville definition and Caputo definition of fractional derivative. It shows that this chain rule is invalid in investigating exact solutions of nonlinear fractional partial differential equations (PDEs). In this paper, based on the homogenous balanced principle, the function-expansion method of separation variable type are introduced. By using this method, a series of nonlinear time fractional PDEs such as time fractional KdV equation and Burgers equation, time fractional diffusion-convection equations are studied from mathematical viewpoint. The dynamical properties of these exact solutions are discussed and the profiles of several representative exact solutions are illustrated.

3. Interference effects in phased beam tracing using exact half-space solutions.

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Boucher, Matthew A; Pluymers, Bert; Desmet, Wim

2016-12-01

Geometrical acoustics provides a correct solution to the wave equation for rectangular rooms with rigid boundaries and is an accurate approximation at high frequencies with nearly hard walls. When interference effects are important, phased geometrical acoustics is employed in order to account for phase shifts due to propagation and reflection. Error increases, however, with more absorption, complex impedance values, grazing incidence, smaller volumes and lower frequencies. Replacing the plane wave reflection coefficient with a spherical one reduces the error but results in slower convergence. Frequency-dependent stopping criteria are then applied to avoid calculating higher order reflections for frequencies that have already converged. Exact half-space solutions are used to derive two additional spherical wave reflection coefficients: (i) the Sommerfeld integral, consisting of a plane wave decomposition of a point source and (ii) a line of image sources located at complex coordinates. Phased beam tracing using exact half-space solutions agrees well with the finite element method for rectangular rooms with absorbing boundaries, at low frequencies and for rooms with different aspect ratios. Results are accurate even for long source-to-receiver distances. Finally, the crossover frequency between the plane and spherical wave reflection coefficients is discussed.

4. Symmetry Reduced and New Exact Nontraveling Wave Solutions of (2+1-Dimensional Potential Boiti-Leon-Manna-Pempinelli Equation

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Chen Han-Lin

2013-01-01

Full Text Available With the aid of Maple symbolic computation and Lie group method, (2+1-dimensional PBLMP equation is reduced to some (1+1-dimensional PDE with constant coefficients. Using the homoclinic test technique and auxiliary equation methods, we obtain new exact nontraveling solution with arbitrary functions for the PBLMP equation.

5. On a revisit to the Painlevé test for integrability and exact solutions ...

-dual equations for (2) gauge fields. Susanto Chakraborty Pranab Krishna Chanda. Research Articles Volume 66 ... Keywords. Painlevé analysis; integrability; auto-Backlund transformation; exact solutions; (2) gauge field; self-duality ...

6. Exact solutions of the Heisenberg equations of the relativistic electron in an external electromagnetic wave

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Barut, A.O. (Colorado Univ., Boulder (USA). Dept. of Physics); Oezaltin, O.; Uenal, N. (Dicle Univ., Diyarbakir (Turkey). Dept. of Physics)

1985-01-01

The Heisenberg equations for the Dirac electron in an external electromagnetic plane wave have been solved exactly in terms of incomplete ..gamma..-functions. As a special case the solution for a crossed constant electric and magnetic field is given.

7. A new exact anisotropic solution of embedding class one

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Maurya, S.K.; Smitha, T.T. [University of Nizwa, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, College of Arts and Science, Nizwa (Oman); Gupta, Y.K. [Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology, Department of Mathematics, Ghaziabad (India); Rahaman, Farook [Jadavpur University, Department of Mathematics, Kolkata, West Bengal (India)

2016-07-15

We have presented a new anisotropic solution of Einstein's field equations for compact-star models. Einstein's field equations are solved by using the class-one condition (S.N. Pandey, S.P. Sharma, Gen. Relativ. Gravit. 14, 113 (1982)). We constructed the expression for the anisotropy factor (Δ) by using the pressure anisotropy condition and thereafter we obtained the physical parameters like energy density, radial and transverse pressure. These models parameters are well-behaved inside the star and satisfy all the required physical conditions. Also we observed the very interesting result that all physical parameters depend upon the anisotropy factor (Δ). The mass and radius of the present compact-star models are quite compatible with the observational astrophysical compact stellar objects like Her X-1, RXJ 1856-37, SAX J1808.4-3658(SS1), SAX J1808.4-3658(SS2). (orig.)

8. Exact solutions of the two-dimensional discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation with saturable nonlinearity

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Khare, A.; Rasmussen, K. O.; Samuelsen, Mogens Rugholm

2010-01-01

We show that the two-dimensional, nonlinear Schrodinger lattice with a saturable nonlinearity admits periodic and pulse-like exact solutions. We establish the general formalism for the stability considerations of these solutions and give examples of stability diagrams. Finally, we show...... that the effective Peierls-Nabarro barrier for the pulse-like soliton solution is zero....

9. Exactly Embedded Wavefunction Methods for Characterizing Nitrogen Reduction Catalysis

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2015-01-15

SUBTITLE Exactly Embedded Wavefunction Methods for Characterizing Nitrogen Reduction Catalysis 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER N/A 5b. GRANT NUMBER FA9550... catalysis , such as hydrogen and nitrogen reduction. In a significant methodological advance from the past year, we developed an accurate and...1-0288), the Miller group developed new electronic structure embedding methods for the investigation of small- molecular activation catalysis , such as

10. Exact solutions of some coupled nonlinear diffusion-reaction ...

reaction equations have been constructed using the auxiliary equation method. These equations arise in a variety of contexts not only in biological, chemical and physical sciences but also in ecological and social sciences.

11. Analytical and exact solutions of the spherical and cylindrical diodes of Langmuir-Blodgett law

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Torres-Cordoba, Rafael; Martinez-Garcia, Edgar

2017-10-01

This paper discloses the exact solutions of a mathematical model that describes the cylindrical and spherical electron current emissions within the context of a physics approximation method. The solution involves analyzing the 1D nonlinear Poisson equation, for the radial component. Although an asymptotic solution has been previously obtained, we present a theoretical solution that satisfies arbitrary boundary conditions. The solution is found in its parametric form (i.e., φ(r )=φ(r (τ)) ) and is valid when the electric field at the cathode surface is non-zero. Furthermore, the non-stationary spatial solution of the electric potential between the anode and the cathode is also presented. In this work, the particle-beam interface is considered to be at the end of the plasma sheath as described by Sutherland et al. [Phys. Plasmas 12, 033103 2005]. Three regimes of space charge effects—no space charge saturation, space charge limited, and space charge saturation—are also considered.

12. Exact solutions of some nonlinear partial differential equations using ...

2Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Mazandaran,. Babolsar, Iran ... tion play significant roles in many areas of science such as solid-state physics, nonlinear optics and quantum field theory. ..... the nonlinear phenomena arising in applied physical sciences. This method definitely can.

13. New exact solutions of time fractional modified Kawahara equations in modelling surface tension in shallow-water and capillary gravity water waves

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Saha Ray, S.; Sahoo, S.

2017-01-01

In the present paper, we construct the analytical exact solutions of some nonlinear evolution equations in mathematical physics; namely time fractional modified Kawahara equations by using the ( G^'/G)-expansion method via fractional complex transform. As a result, new types of exact analytical solutions are obtained.

14. Exact analytic solution of position-dependent mass Schrödinger equation

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2017-10-01

Exact analytic solution of position-dependent mass Schrödinger equation is generated by using extended transformation, a method of mapping a known system into a new system equipped with energy eigenvalues and corresponding wave functions. First order transformation is performed on D-dimensional radial Schrödinger equation with constant mass by taking trigonometric Pöschl-Teller potential as known system. The exactly solvable potentials with position-dependent mass generated for different choices of mass functions through first order transformation are also taken as known systems in the second order transformation performed on D-dimensional radial position-dependent mass Schrödinger equation. The solutions are fitted for "Zhu and Kroemer" ordering of ambiguity. All the wave functions corresponding to nonzero energy eigenvalues are normalizable. The new findings are that the normalizability condition of the wave functions remains independent of mass functions, and some of the generated potentials show a family relationship among themselves where power law potentials also get related to non-power law potentials and vice versa through the transformation.

15. Exact solution of unsteady flow generated by sinusoidal pressure gradient in a capillary tube

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M. Abdulhameed

2015-12-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the mathematical modeling of unsteady second grade fluid in a capillary tube with sinusoidal pressure gradient is developed with non-homogenous boundary conditions. Exact analytical solutions for the velocity profiles have been obtained in explicit forms. These solutions are written as the sum of the steady and transient solutions for small and large times. For growing times, the starting solution reduces to the well-known periodic solution that coincides with the corresponding solution of a Newtonian fluid. Graphs representing the solutions are discussed.

16. Exact Solution of a Faraday's Law Problem that Includes a Nonlinear Term and Its Implication for Perturbation Theory.

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Fulcher, Lewis P.

1979-01-01

Presents an exact solution to the nonlinear Faraday's law problem of a rod sliding on frictionless rails with resistance. Compares the results with perturbation calculations based on the methods of Poisson and Pincare and of Kryloff and Bogoliuboff. (Author/GA)

17. Exact and heuristic solutions to the Double TSP with Multiple Stacks

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Petersen, Hanne Løhmann; Archetti, Claudia; Madsen, Oli B.G.

-pallet, which can be loaded in 3 stacks in a standard 40 foot container. Different exact and heuristic solution approaches to the DTSPMS have been implemented and tested. The exact approaches are based on different mathematical formulations of the problem which are solved using branch-and-cut. One formulation...... instances. The implemented heuristics include tabu search, simulated annealing and large neighbourhood search. Particularly the LNS approach shows promising results. It finds the known optimal solution of smaller instances (15 orders) within 10 seconds in most cases, and in 3 minutes it finds solutions...

18. Time-dependent exact solutions for Rosenau-Hyman equations with variable coefficients

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Souza, Wescley Luiz de; Silva, Érica de Mello

2015-03-01

In this work we study Rosenau-Hyman-like equations that were obtained by imposing the Lie point symmetry algebra of standard KdV to a general K (m, n) equation with variable coefficients. We present time-dependent exact solutions for suited choices of parameters m and n, including the similarity solution related to rarefaction shock wave phenomena.

19. Exact solutions of the Fokker-Planck equation for the Malthus-Verhulst model

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Brey, J. J.; Aizpuru, C.; Morillo, M.

1987-04-01

A class of particular solutions of the Fokker-Planck equation associated with the Malthus-Verhulst model is obtained. These time-dependent solutions are exact and allow us to study the evolution of both the distribution function and the moments. A careful analysis is carried out for the two simplest cases, showing the different possible types of relaxation.

20. Exact solutions for dynamic response of a periodic spring and mass structure

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Gao, Q.; Wu, F.; Zhang, H. W.; Zhong, W. X.; Howson, W. P.; Williams, F. W.

2012-02-01

This paper derives exact analytical solutions for the dynamic response of a periodic structure for which the unit cell consists of one mass and one spring. The solutions cover arbitrary initial conditions and both polynomial and harmonic external forces. They involve Bessel, Lommel, Weber and hypergeometric functions.

1. Exact solutions of the Drinfel'd–Sokolov–Wilson equation using ...

El Shorouk, Egypt. 2Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran ... mechanisms of those physical phenomena, it is necessary to explore their solutions and properties. ... and physical scientists to obtain exact solutions of such nonlinear evolution equations and a num-.

2. Exact Modeling of Cardiovascular System Using Lumped Method

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2014-01-01

Electrical analogy (Lumped method) is an easy way to model human cardiovascular system. In this paper Lumped method is used for simulating a complete model. It describes a 36-vessel model and cardiac system of human body with details that could show hydrodynamic parameters of cardiovascular system. Also this paper includes modeling of pulmonary, atrium, left and right ventricles with their equivalent circuits. Exact modeling of right and left ventricles pressure increases the accuracy of our simulation. In this paper we show that a calculated pressure for aorta from our complex circuit is near to measured pressure by using advanced medical instruments.

3. Exact Solution of Mutator Model with Linear Fitness and Finite Genome Length

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Saakian, David B.

2017-08-01

We considered the infinite population version of the mutator phenomenon in evolutionary dynamics, looking at the uni-directional mutations in the mutator-specific genes and linear selection. We solved exactly the model for the finite genome length case, looking at the quasispecies version of the phenomenon. We calculated the mutator probability both in the statics and dynamics. The exact solution is important for us because the mutator probability depends on the genome length in a highly non-trivial way.

4. An Exact Hot-Tube Solution For Thin Tape Helix Traveling-Wave Tube

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Wong, Patrick; Lau, Y. Y.; Gilgenbach, Ronald; Chernin, David; Hoff, Brad

2017-10-01

The exact hot-tube dispersion relation for a thin tape helix traveling-wave tube (TWT) is derived for the first time, based on its exact cold-tube solution. This is an attempt to provide a reliable determination of the Pierce parameters, in particular the AC space-charge'' parameter QC, for a realistic TWT. The determination of QC remains an outstanding issue. The numerical results from the exact formulation will be compared with other approximate models of TWT that were commonly used in the literature for QC. This work was supported by AFOSR Grant No. FA9550-15-1-0097.

5. Exact solutions of atmospheric (3+1-dimensional nonlinear incompressible non-hydrostatic Boussinesq equations with viscosity

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Ping Liu

2015-08-01

Full Text Available The symmetry reduction equations, similarity solutions, sub-groups and exact solutions of the (3+1-dimensional nonlinear incompressible non-hydrostatic Boussinesq equations with viscosity (INHBV equations, which describe the atmospheric gravity waves, are researched in this paper. Calculation on symmetry shows that the equations are invariant under the Galilean transformations, scaling transformations, rotational transformations and space-time translations. Three types of symmetry reduction equations and similar solutions for the (3+1-dimensional INHBV equations are proposed. Traveling wave solutions of the INHBV equations are demonstrated by means of symmetry method. The evolutions on the wind velocities and temperature perturbation are demonstrated by figures.

6. The Klein-Gordon-Zakharov equations with the positive fractional power terms and their exact solutions

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Zhang, Jinliang; Hu, Wuqiang; Ma, Yu

2016-12-01

In this paper, the famous Klein-Gordon-Zakharov equations are firstly generalized, the new special types of Klein-Gordon-Zakharov equations with the positive fractional power terms (gKGZE) are presented. In order to derive the exact solutions of new special gKGZE, the subsidiary higher order ordinary differential equations (sub-ODEs) with the positive fractional power terms are introduced, and with the aids of the Sub-ODE, the exact solutions of three special types of the gKGZE are derived, which are the bell-type solitary wave solution, the algebraic solitary wave solution, the kink-type solitary wave solution and the sinusoidal traveling wave solution, provided that the coefficients of gKGZE satisfy certain constraint conditions.

7. Exact solutions for reconnective annihilation in magnetic configurations with three sources

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Tassi, E.; Titov, V. S.; Hornig, G.

2002-01-01

Exact solutions of the steady resistive three dimensional (3D) magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) equations in cylindrical coordinates for an incompressible plasma are presented. The solutions are translationally invariant along one direction and in general they describe a process of reconnective annihilation in a curved current layer with non vanishing magnetic field. In the derivation of the solutions the ideal case with vanishing resistivity and electric field is considered first and then generali...

8. New exact solutions of the non-homogeneous Burgers equation in (1+1) dimensions

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Schulze-Halberg, Axel [Department of Science, University of Colima, Bernal Diaz del Castillo 340, Colima Villas San Sebastian, C P 28045, Colima (Mexico)

2007-04-15

We construct an invertible transformation between the non-homogeneous Burgers equation (NBE) and the stationary Schroedinger equation in (1+1) dimensions. By means of this transformation, each solution of the stationary Schroedinger equation generates a fully time-dependent solution of the NBE. As applications we derive exact solutions of the NBE for general power-law nonhomogeneities, generalizing former results on the linear case.

9. Agent-based model for the h-index - Exact solution

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Żogała-Siudem, Barbara; Cena, Anna; Gagolewski, Marek

2015-01-01

The Hirsch's $h$-index is perhaps the most popular citation-based measure of the scientific excellence. In 2013 G. Ionescu and B. Chopard proposed an agent-based model for this index to describe a publications and citations generation process in an abstract scientific community. With such an approach one can simulate a single scientist's activity, and by extension investigate the whole community of researchers. Even though this approach predicts quite well the $h$-index from bibliometric data, only a solution based on simulations was given. In this paper, we complete their results with exact, analytic formulas. What is more, due to our exact solution we are able to simplify the Ionescu-Chopard model which allows us to obtain a compact formula for $h$-index. Moreover, a simulation study designed to compare both, approximated and exact, solutions is included. The last part of this paper presents evaluation of the obtained results on a real-word data set.

10. Exact solutions for non-Hermitian Dirac-Pauli equation in an intensive magnetic field

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Rodionov, V. N.

2015-04-01

We consider modified Dirac-Pauli equations that are entered using {{γ }5}-mass factorization, m\\to {{m}1}+/- {{γ }5}{{m}2}, of an ordinary Klein-Gordon operator. We also consider the interaction of fermions with an intensive uniform magnetic field, focusing on their (g-2) gyromagnetic factor. Due to effective research procedures, we derive the exact solutions of the enregy spectra of pseudo-Hermitian Hamiltonians, taking into account the spin of the fermions. The basic research methods are the elucidation of the new border areas of the unbroken PT symmetry of non-Hermitian Hamiltonians. In particular, it is shown that the reality energy spectrum of fermions at rest can be expressed by limiting the intensity of the magnetic field, H≤slant {{H}max }={{m}2}/(2Δ μ {{m}1}), where Δ μ is an anomalous magnetic moment of particles.

11. Rotating NS5-brane solution and its exact string theoretical description

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Sfetsos, K.

1999-01-01

We construct the most general solution in type-II string theory that represents N coincident non-extremal rotating NS5-branes and determine the relevant thermodynamic quantities. We show that in the field theory limit, it has an exact description. In particular, it can be obtained by an O(3,3) duality transformation on the exact string background for the coset model SL(2,R)_{-N}/U(1) \\times SU(2)_N. In the extreme supersymmetric limit we recover the multicenter solution, with a ring singulari...

12. Exact solutions to a schematic nuclear quark model and colorless superconductivity

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Bohr, Henrik; da Providencia, Joao

2008-01-01

Exact solutions are found to the equations of a standard nuclear quark model exemplified by the Bonn model which is defined in terms of an effective pairing force. We show, by symmetry arguments, that, in general, the ground state of this model is not color neutral. In particular, color-neutral s......Exact solutions are found to the equations of a standard nuclear quark model exemplified by the Bonn model which is defined in terms of an effective pairing force. We show, by symmetry arguments, that, in general, the ground state of this model is not color neutral. In particular, color...

13. Exact solutions for the source-excited cylindrical electromagnetic waves in a nonlinear nondispersive medium.

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Es'kin, V A; Kudrin, A V; Petrov, E Yu

2011-06-01

The behavior of electromagnetic fields in nonlinear media has been a topical problem since the discovery of materials with a nonlinearity of electromagnetic properties. The problem of finding exact solutions for the source-excited nonlinear waves in curvilinear coordinates has been regarded as unsolvable for a long time. In this work, we present the first solution of this type for a cylindrically symmetric field excited by a pulsed current filament in a nondispersive medium that is simultaneously inhomogeneous and nonlinear. Assuming that the medium has a power-law permittivity profile in the linear regime and lacks a center of inversion, we derive an exact solution for the electromagnetic field excited by a current filament in such a medium and discuss the properties of this solution.

14. Exact solutions of the Grad-Shafranov equation via similarity reductions with applications to magnetically confined plasmas

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Kaltsas, Dimitrios A

2016-01-01

We derive exact solutions of the general linear form of the Grad-Shafranov (GS) equation, including incompressible equilbrium flow, using similarity reduction ansatzes motivated by the ansatz-based methods of group foliation and direct reduction. The linearity of the equilibrium equation allows linear combinations of solutions in order to obtain axisymmetric MHD equilibria with closed and nested magnetic surfaces which are favorable for the effective confinenment of laboratory plasmas. Employing the afforementioned ansatzes we also obtain analytical solutions for several non-linear forms of the GS equation.

15. Generalized Bilinear Differential Operators, Binary Bell Polynomials, and Exact Periodic Wave Solution of Boiti-Leon-Manna-Pempinelli Equation

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Huanhe Dong

2014-01-01

Full Text Available We introduce how to obtain the bilinear form and the exact periodic wave solutions of a class of (2+1-dimensional nonlinear integrable differential equations directly and quickly with the help of the generalized Dp-operators, binary Bell polynomials, and a general Riemann theta function in terms of the Hirota method. As applications, we solve the periodic wave solution of BLMP equation and it can be reduced to soliton solution via asymptotic analysis when the value of p is 5.

16. Exact solutions for a periodic assembly of bubbles in a Hele-Shaw channel

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Vasconcelos, Giovani L

2014-01-01

Exact solutions are reported for a periodic assembly of bubbles steadily co-travelling in a Hele-Shaw channel. The solutions are obtained as conformal mappings from a multiply connected circular domain in an auxiliary complex plane to the flow region in a period cell. The conformal mappings are constructed using the generalized Schwarz-Christoffel formula for multiply connected polygonal domains in terms of products of Schottky-Klein prime functions. It is shown that previous solutions for multiple steady bubbles in a Hele-Shaw cell are all particular cases of the solutions described herein. Examples of specific bubble configurations are discussed.

17. On some exact solutions of slightly variant forms of Yang's equations ...

... Lecture Workshops · Refresher Courses · Symposia. Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics; Volume 70; Issue 5. On some exact solutions of slightly variant forms of Yang's equations and their graphical representations. Rupesh Kumar Sha Pranab Krishna Chanda. Research Articles Volume 70 Issue 5 May 2008 ...

18. Exact solutions to a class of nonlinear Schrödinger-type equations

A class of nonlinear Schrödinger-type equations, including the Rangwala–Rao equation, the Gerdjikov–Ivanov equation, the Chen–Lee–Lin equation and the Ablowitz–Ramani–Segur equation are investigated, and the exact solutions are derived with the aid of the homogeneous balance principle, and a set of subsidiary ...

19. Exact solutions to a class of nonlinear Schrödinger-type equations

Abstract. A class of nonlinear Schrödinger-type equations, including the Rangwala–Rao equation, the Gerdjikov–Ivanov equation, the Chen–Lee–Lin equation and the Ablowitz–. Ramani–Segur equation are investigated, and the exact solutions are derived with the aid of the homogeneous balance principle, and a set of ...

20. New exact solutions to the generalized KdV equation with ...

Abstract. In this paper, by using a transformation and an application of Fan subequation, we study a class of generalized Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) equation with generalized evolution. As a result, more types of exact solutions to the generalized KdV equation with generalized evolution are obtained, which include more ...

1. Exact Solution to Localized-Induction-Approximation Equation Modeling Smoke Ring Motion

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Cieśliński, J.; Gragert, P.K.H.; Sym, A.

1986-01-01

We present and discuss a three-parameter class of exact solutions to the localized-induction-approximation equations. These are one-soliton excitations (Bäcklund transforms) of the circular vortex motion. The corresponding generic vortex filament (of infinite or finite length) remains in the

2. New exact solutions for a charged fluid sphere in general relativity

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Hajj-Boutros, J.; Sfeila, J.

1986-04-01

A new generation technique is elaborated in the case of static spherically symmetric distribution of a charged fluid. This technique deals only with a charged perfect fluid verifying a barytropic equation of state. Many new exact solutions are then generated from those of Pant and Sah, Banerjee and Santos, and Humi and Mansour. Their physical properties are then studied in some detail.

3. New exact solutions for the time fractional coupled Boussinesq–Burger equation and approximate long water wave equation in shallow water

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Mostafa M.A. Khater; Dipankar Kumar

2017-01-01

The aim of the article is to construct exact solutions for the time fractional coupled Boussinesq–Burger and approximate long water wave equations by using the generalized Kudryashov method. The fractional differential equation is converted into ordinary differential equations with the help of fractional complex transform and the modified Riemann–Liouville derivative sense. Applying the generalized Kudryashov method through with symbolic computer maple package, numerous new exact solutions ar...

4. Thermo-mechanical analysis of FG nanobeam with attached tip mass: an exact solution

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2016-12-01

Present disquisition proposes an analytical solution method for exploring the vibration characteristics of a cantilever functionally graded nanobeam with a concentrated mass exposed to thermal loading for the first time. Thermo-mechanical properties of FGM nanobeam are supposed to change through the thickness direction of beam based on the rule of power-law (P-FGM). The small-scale effect is taken into consideration based on nonlocal elasticity theory of Eringen. Linear temperature rise (LTR) through thickness direction is studied. Existence of centralized mass in the free end of nanobeam influences the mechanical and physical properties. Timoshenko beam theory is employed to derive the nonlocal governing equations and boundary conditions of FGM beam attached with a tip mass under temperature field via Hamilton's principle. An exact solution procedure is exploited to achieve the non-dimensional frequency of FG nanobeam exposed to temperature field with a tip mass. A parametric study is led to assess the efficacy of temperature changes, tip mass, small scale, beam thickness, power-law exponent, slenderness and thermal loading on the natural frequencies of FG cantilever nanobeam with a point mass at the free end. It is concluded that these parameters play remarkable roles on the dynamic behavior of FG nanobeam subjected to LTR with a tip mass. The results for simpler states are confirmed with known data in the literature. Presented numerical results can serve as benchmarks for future thermo-mechanical analyses of FG nanobeam with tip mass.

5. Exact solution of corner-modified banded block-Toeplitz eigensystems

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Cobanera, Emilio; Alase, Abhijeet; Ortiz, Gerardo; Viola, Lorenza

2017-05-01

Motivated by the challenge of seeking a rigorous foundation for the bulk-boundary correspondence for free fermions, we introduce an algorithm for determining exactly the spectrum and a generalized-eigenvector basis of a class of banded block quasi-Toeplitz matrices that we call corner-modified. Corner modifications of otherwise arbitrary banded block-Toeplitz matrices capture the effect of boundary conditions and the associated breakdown of translational invariance. Our algorithm leverages the interplay between a non-standard, projector-based method of kernel determination (physically, a bulk-boundary separation) and families of linear representations of the algebra of matrix Laurent polynomials. Thanks to the fact that these representations act on infinite-dimensional carrier spaces in which translation symmetry is restored, it becomes possible to determine the eigensystem of an auxiliary projected block-Laurent matrix. This results in an analytic eigenvector Ansatz, independent of the system size, which we prove is guaranteed to contain the full solution of the original finite-dimensional problem. The actual solution is then obtained by imposing compatibility with a boundary matrix, whose shape is also independent of system size. As an application, we show analytically that eigenvectors of short-ranged fermionic tight-binding models may display power-law corrections to exponential behavior, and demonstrate the phenomenon for the paradigmatic Majorana chain of Kitaev.

6. Exact solutions in modified massive gravity and off-diagonal wormhole deformations

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Vacaru, Sergiu I. [Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Rector' s Office, Iasi (Romania); CERN, Theory Division, Geneva 23 (Switzerland)

2014-03-15

We explore off-diagonal deformations of 'prime' metrics in Einstein gravity (for instance, for wormhole configurations) into 'target' exact solutions in f(R,T)-modified and massive/bi-metric gravity theories. The new classes of solutions may, or may not, possess Killing symmetries and can be characterized by effective induced masses, anisotropic polarized interactions, and cosmological constants. For nonholonomic deformations with (conformal) ellipsoid/ toroid and/or solitonic symmetries and, in particular, for small eccentricity rotoid configurations, we can generate wormhole-like objects matching an external black ellipsoid--de Sitter geometries. We conclude that there are nonholonomic transforms and/or non-trivial limits to exact solutions in general relativity when modified/massive gravity effects are modeled by off-diagonal and/or nonholonomic parametric interactions. (orig.)

7. Fully developed MHD natural convection flow in a vertical annular microchannel: An exact solution

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Basant K. Jha

2015-07-01

Full Text Available An exact solution of steady fully developed natural convection flow of viscous, incompressible, electrically conducting fluid in a vertical annular micro-channel with the effect of transverse magnetic field in the presence of velocity slip and temperature jump at the annular micro-channel surfaces is obtained. Exact solution is expressed in terms of modified Bessel function of the first and second kind. The solution obtained is graphically represented and the effects of radius ratio (η, Hartmann number (M, rarefaction parameter (βvKn, and fluid–wall interaction parameter (F on the flow are investigated. During the course of numerical computations, it is found that an increase in Hartmann number leads to a decrease in the fluid velocity, volume flow rate and skin friction. Furthermore, it is found that an increase in curvature radius ratio leads to an increase in the volume flow rate.

8. Exact Solutions in Modified Massive Gravity and Off-Diagonal Wormhole Deformations

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Vacaru, Sergiu I

2014-01-01

There are explored off-diagonal deformations of "prime" metrics in Einstein gravity (for instance, for wormhole configurations) into "target" exact solutions in f(R,T)-modified and massive/ bi-metric gravity theories. The new classes of solutions may posses, or not, Killing symmetries and can be characterized by effective induced masses, anisotropic polarized interactions and cosmological constants. For nonholonomic deformations with (conformal) ellipsoid/ toroid and/or solitonic symmetries and, in particular, for small eccentricity rotoid configurations, we can generate wormholes like objects matching external black ellipsoid - de Sitter geometries. We conclude that there are nonholonomic transforms and/or non-trivial limits to exact solutions in general relativity when modified/ massive gravity effects are modeled by off-diagonal and/or nonholonomic parametric interactions.

9. Exact solutions to sourceless charged massive scalar field equation on Kerr-Newman background

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Wu, S. Q.; Cai, X.

1999-09-01

The covariant Klein-Gordon equation in the Kerr-Newman black hole geometry is separated into a radial part and an angular part. It is discovered that in the nonextreme case, these two equations belong to a generalized spin-weighted spheroidal wave equation. Then general exact solutions in integral forms and several special solutions with physical interest are given. While in the extreme case, the radial equation can be transformed into a generalized Whittaker-Hill equation. In both cases, five-term recurrence relations between coefficients in power series expansion of general solutions are presented. Finally, the connection between the radial equations in both cases is discussed.

10. Electromagnetic fields radiated from a lightning return stroke - Application of an exact solution to Maxwell's equations

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Le Vine, D. M.; Meneghini, R.

1978-01-01

A solution is presented for the electromagnetic fields radiated by an arbitrarily oriented current filament over a conducting ground plane in the case where the current propagates along the filament at the speed of light, and this solution is interpreted in terms of radiation from lightning return strokes. The solution is exact in the fullest sense; no mathematical approximations are made, and the governing differential equations and boundary conditions are satisfied. The solution has the additional attribute of being specified in closed form in terms of elementary functions. This solution is discussed from the point of view of deducing lightning current wave forms from measurements of the electromagnetic fields and understanding the effects of channel tortuosity on the radiated fields. In addition, it is compared with two approximate solutions, the traditional moment approximation and the Fraunhofer approximation, and a set of criteria describing their applicability are presented and interpreted.

11. Exact Solution of the Three-Body Santilli-Shillady Model of the Hydrogen Molecule

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Pérez-Enríquez R.

2007-04-01

Full Text Available The conventional representation of the H 2 molecule characterizes a 4-body system due to the independence of the orbitals of the two valence electrons as requested by quantum chemistry, under which conditions no exact solution is possible. To overcome this problem, Santilli and Shillady introduced in 1999 a new model of the H 2 -molecu- le in which the two valence electrons are deeply bounded-correlated into a single quasi-particle they called isoelectronium that is permitted by the covering hadronic chemistry. They pointed out that their new H 2 -model is a restricted 3-body system that, as such, is expected to admit an exact solution and suggested independent studies for its identification due to its relevance, e.g., for other molecules. In 2000, Aringazin and Kucherenko did study the Santilli-Shillady restricted 3-body model of the H 2 molecules, but they presented a variational solution that, as such, is not exact. In any case, the latter approach produced significant deviations from experimental data, such as a 19.6% inter-nuclear distance greater than the experimental value. In this paper we present, apparently for the first time, an exact solution of the Santilli-Shillady restricted 3-body model of the Hydrogen molecule along the lines of its originators and show that it does indeed represent correctly all basic data. Intriguingly, our solution confirms that the orbital of the isoelectronium (referred to as its charge distribution around the nuclei must be concentrated in a limited region of space given by the Santilli-Shillady oo-shaped orbits. Our exact solution is constructed by following the Ley-Koo solution to the Schr ̈ odinger equation for a confined hydrogen molecular ion, H + 2 . We show that a confined model to the 3-body molecule reproduces the ground state curve as calculated by Kolos, Szalewics and Monkhorst with a precision up to the 4-th digit and a precision in the representation of the binding energy up to the 5-th digit.

12. Class of Exact Solutions for a Cosmological Model of Unified Gravitational and Quintessence Fields

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Asenjo, Felipe A.; Hojman, Sergio A.

2017-07-01

A new approach to tackle Einstein equations for an isotropic and homogeneous Friedmann-Robertson-Walker Universe in the presence of a quintessence scalar field is devised. It provides a way to get a simple exact solution to these equations. This solution determines the quintessence potential uniquely and it differs from solutions which have been used to study inflation previously. It relays on a unification of geometry and dark matter implemented through the definition of a functional relation between the scale factor of the Universe and the quintessence field. For a positive curvature Universe, this solution produces perpetual accelerated expansion rate of the Universe, while the Hubble parameter increases abruptly, attains a maximum value and decreases thereafter. The behavior of this cosmological solution is discussed and its main features are displayed. The formalism is extended to include matter and radiation.

13. Exact solutions to the supply chain equations for arbitrary, time-dependent demands

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Warburton, Roger D.H.; Hodgson, J.P.E.; Nielsen, Erland Hejn

2014-01-01

, so users can determine the inventory behavior to any desired precision. To illustrate, we solve the equations for a non-linear, quadratic time-dependence in the demand. For practical use, only a few terms in the series are required, a proposition illustrated by the For All Practical Purposes (FAPP......We study the impact on inventory of an unexpected, non-linear, time-dependent demand and present the exact solutions over time to the supply chain equations without requiring any approximations. We begin by imposing a boundary condition of stability at infinity, from which we derive expressions...... for the estimated demand and the target work in progress when the demand is time-dependent. The resulting inventory equation is solved in terms of the Lambert modes with all of the demand non-linearities confined to the pre-shape function. The series solution is exact, and all terms are reasonably easy to calculate...

14. Exact solution of the two-level system and the Einstein solid in the microcanonical formalism

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Bertoldi, Dalia S; Bringa, Eduardo M; Miranda, E N, E-mail: emiranda@mendoza-conicet.gov.ar [Instituto de Ciencias Basicas, UNCuyo 5500, Mendoza (Argentina)

2011-11-15

The two-level system and the Einstein model of a crystalline solid are taught in every course of statistical mechanics and they are solved in the microcanonical formalism because the number of accessible microstates can be easily evaluated. However, their solutions are usually presented using the Stirling approximation to deal with factorials. In this paper, those two models are solved without any approximation, using the gamma function and its derivatives. Exact values are calculated for the entropy, temperature and specific heat, and the relative error between our exact solution and the approximate one using the Stirling approximation. This error is significant for small systems, with a number of particles N {approx} 100, as in studies of atomic clusters or nanoscale structures.

15. Noether symmetries of a modified model in teleparallel gravity and a new approach for exact solutions

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Tajahmad, Behzad [University of Tabriz, Faculty of Physics, Tabriz (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

2017-04-15

In this paper, we present the Noether symmetries of flat FRW spacetime in the context of a new action in teleparallel gravity which we construct based on the f(R) version. This modified action contains a coupling between the scalar field potential and magnetism. Also, we introduce an innovative approach, the beyond Noether symmetry (B.N.S.) approach, for exact solutions which carry more conserved currents than the Noether approach. By data analysis of the exact solutions, obtained from the Noether approach, late-time acceleration and phase crossing are realized, and some deep connections with observational data such as the age of the universe, the present value of the scale factor as well as the state and deceleration parameters are observed. In the B.N.S. approach, we consider the dark energy dominated era. (orig.)

16. Exact solutions for the Wick-type stochastic Kersten-Krasil'shchik coupled KdV-mKdV equations

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Singh, S.; Saha Ray, S.

2017-11-01

In this article, exact solutions of Wick-type stochastic Kersten-Krasil'shchik coupled KdV-mKdV equations have been obtained by using the Jacobian elliptic function expansion method. We have used the Hermite transform for transforming the Wick-type stochastic Kersten-Krasil'shchik coupled KdV-mKdV equation into a deterministic partial differential equation. Also, we have applied the inverse Hermite transform for obtaining a set of stochastic solutions in the white noise space.

17. Exact analytical solutions for time-dependent Hermitian Hamiltonian systems from static unobservable non-Hermitian Hamiltonians

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Fring, Andreas; Frith, Thomas

2017-01-01

We propose a procedure to obtain exact analytical solutions to the time-dependent Schrödinger equations involving explicit time-dependent Hermitian Hamiltonians from solutions to time-independent non-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems and the time-dependent Dyson relation, together with the time-dependent quasi-Hermiticity relation. We illustrate the working of this method for a simple Hermitian Rabi-type model by relating it to a non-Hermitian time-independent system corresponding to the one-site lattice Yang-Lee model.

18. Exact rebinning methods for three-dimensional PET.

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Liu, X; Defrise, M; Michel, C; Sibomana, M; Comtat, C; Kinahan, P; Townsend, D

1999-08-01

The high computational cost of data processing in volume PET imaging is still hindering the routine application of this successful technique, especially in the case of dynamic studies. This paper describes two new algorithms based on an exact rebinning equation, which can be applied to accelerate the processing of three-dimensional (3-D) PET data. The first algorithm, FOREPROJ, is a fast-forward projection algorithm that allows calculation of the 3-D attenuation correction factors (ACF's) directly from a two-dimensional (2-D) transmission scan, without first reconstructing the attenuation map and then performing a 3-D forward projection. The use of FOREPROJ speeds up the estimation of the 3-D ACF's by more than a factor five. The second algorithm, FOREX, is a rebinning algorithm that is also more than five times faster, compared to the standard reprojection algorithm (3DRP) and does not suffer from the image distortions generated by the even faster approximate Fourier rebinning (FORE) method at large axial apertures. However, FOREX is probably not required by most existing scanners, as the axial apertures are not large enough to show improvements over FORE with clinical data. Both algorithms have been implemented and applied to data simulated for a scanner with a large axial aperture (30 degrees), and also to data acquired with the ECAT HR and the ECAT HR+ scanners. Results demonstrate the excellent accuracy achieved by these algorithms and the important speedup when the sinogram sizes are powers of two.

19. Exact solutions for MHD flow of couple stress fluid with heat transfer

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Najeeb Alam Khan

2016-01-01

Full Text Available This paper aims at presenting exact solutions for MHD flow of couple stress fluid with heat transfer. The governing partial differential equations (PDEs for an incompressible MHD flow of couple stress fluid are reduced to ordinary differential equations by employing wave parameter. The methodology is implemented for linearizing the flow equations without extra transformation and restrictive assumptions. Comparison is made with the result obtained previously.

20. Non-Differentiable Exact Solutions for the Nonlinear Odes Defined on Fractal Sets

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Yang, Xiao-Jun; Gao, Feng; Srivastava, H. M.

In the present paper, a family of the special functions via the celebrated Mittag-Leffler function defined on the Cantor sets is investigated. The nonlinear local fractional ODEs (NLFODEs) are presented by following the rules of local fractional derivative (LFD). The exact solutions for these problems are also discussed with the aid of the non-differentiable charts on Cantor sets. The obtained results are important for describing the characteristics of the fractal special functions.

1. Compressible Flow Produced by Distributed Sources of Mass: An Exact Solution

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Clarke, J. F.

1987-01-01

The paper considers the case of a one-dimensional isentropic unsteady compressible flow that is driven entirely by a distribution of sources in the left-hand half space of an unbounded domain. The right-hand half-space contains no sources, so that source-strength drops discontinuously to zero as one crosses from left to right-hand space. Exact solutions are obtained for those parts of the flow that remain isentropic.

2. Quantum preservation of the measurements precision using ultra-short strong pulses in exact analytical solution

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2017-09-01

Various schemes have been proposed to improve the parameter-estimation precision. In the present work, we suggest an alternative method to preserve the estimation precision by considering a model that closely describes a realistic experimental scenario. We explore this active way to control and enhance the measurements precision for a two-level quantum system interacting with classical electromagnetic field using ultra-short strong pulses with an exact analytical solution, i.e. beyond the rotating wave approximation. In particular, we investigate the variation of the precision with a few cycles pulse and a smooth phase jump over a finite time interval. We show that by acting on the shape of the phase transient and other parameters of the considered system, the amount of information may be increased and has smaller decay rate in the long time. These features make two-level systems incorporated in ultra-short, of-resonant and gradually changing phase good candidates for implementation of schemes for the quantum computation and the coherent information processing.

3. Exact solutions to nonlinear nonautonomous space-fractional diffusion equations with absorption.

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Lenzi, E K; Mendes, G A; Mendes, R S; da Silva, L R; Lucena, L S

2003-05-01

We analyze a nonlinear fractional diffusion equation with absorption by employing fractional spatial derivatives and obtain some more exact classes of solutions. In particular, the diffusion equation employed here extends some known diffusion equations such as the porous medium equation and the thin film equation. We also discuss some implications by considering a diffusion coefficient D(x,t)=D(t)/x/(-theta) (theta in R) and a drift force F=-k(1)(t)x+k(alpha)x/x/(alpha-1). In both situations, we relate our solutions to those obtained within the maximum entropy principle by using the Tsallis entropy.

4. Exact solutions and phenomenological constraints from massive scalars in a gravity's rainbow spacetime

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Bezerra, V. B.; Christiansen, H. R.; Cunha, M. S.; Muniz, C. R.

2017-07-01

We obtain the exact (confluent Heun) solutions to the massive scalar field in a gravity's rainbow Schwarzschild metric. With these solutions at hand, we study the Hawking radiation resulting from the tunneling rate through the event horizon. We show that the emission spectrum obeys nonextensive statistics and is halted when a certain mass remnant is reached. Next, we infer constraints on the rainbow parameters from recent LHC particle physics experiments and Hubble STIS astrophysics measurements. Finally, we study the low frequency limit in order to find the modified energy spectrum around the source.

5. Some exact anisotropic solutions via Noether symmetry in f(R) gravity

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Sharif, M., E-mail: msharif.math@pu.edu.pk; Nawazish, I., E-mail: iqranawazish07@gmail.com [University of the Punjab, Department of Mathematics (Pakistan)

2015-01-15

We attempt to find exact solutions of the Bianchi I model in f(R) gravity using the Noether symmetry approach. For this purpose, we take a perfect fluid and formulate conserved quantities for the power-law f(R) model. We discuss some cosmological parameters for the resulting solution which are responsible for expanding behavior of the universe. We also explore Noether gauge symmetry and the corresponding conserved quantity. It is concluded that symmetry generators as well as conserved quantities exist in all cases and the behavior of cosmological parameters shows consistency with recent observational data.

6. Exact Time-Dependent Nonlinear Dispersive Wave Solutions in Compressible Magnetized Plasmas Exhibiting Collapse

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Chakrabarti, Nikhil; Maity, Chandan; Schamel, Hans

2011-04-01

Compressional waves in a magnetized plasma of arbitrary resistivity are treated with the Lagrangian fluid approach. An exact nonlinear solution with a nontrivial space and time dependence is obtained with boundary conditions as in Harris’ current sheet. The solution shows competition among hydrodynamic convection, magnetic field diffusion, and dispersion. This results in a collapse of density and the magnetic field in the absence of dispersion. The dispersion effects arrest the collapse of density but not of the magnetic field. A possible application is in the early stage of magnetic star formation.

7. Local convergence of exact and inexact Newton's methods for subanalytic

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Catherine Cabuzel; Alain Pietrus; Steeve Burnet

2015-01-01

This paper deals with the study of an iterative method for solving a variational inclusion of the form 0 ∈ f (x)+F (x) where f is a locally Lipschitz subanalytic function and F is a set-valued map from Rn to the closed subsets of Rn. To this inclusion, we firstly associate a Newton then secondly an Inexact Newton type sequence and with some semistability and hemistability properties of the solution x∗ of the previous inclusion, we prove the existence of a sequence which is locally superlinear...

8. The Exact Solution for Linear Thermoelastic Axisymmetric Deformations of Generally Laminated Circular Cylindrical Shells

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Nemeth, Michael P.; Schultz, Marc R.

2012-01-01

A detailed exact solution is presented for laminated-composite circular cylinders with general wall construction and that undergo axisymmetric deformations. The overall solution is formulated in a general, systematic way and is based on the solution of a single fourth-order, nonhomogeneous ordinary differential equation with constant coefficients in which the radial displacement is the dependent variable. Moreover, the effects of general anisotropy are included and positive-definiteness of the strain energy is used to define uniquely the form of the basis functions spanning the solution space of the ordinary differential equation. Loading conditions are considered that include axisymmetric edge loads, surface tractions, and temperature fields. Likewise, all possible axisymmetric boundary conditions are considered. Results are presented for five examples that demonstrate a wide range of behavior for specially orthotropic and fully anisotropic cylinders.

9. Multiuser detection and channel estimation: Exact and approximate methods

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Fabricius, Thomas

2003-01-01

. We also derive optimal detectors when nuisance parameters such as the channel and noise level are unknown, and show how well the proposed methods fit into this framework via the Generalised Expectation Maximisation algorithm. Our numerical evaluation show that naive mean field annealing and adaptive......This dissertation deals with optimal and close to optimal multiuser detection in Code Division Multiple Access. We derive optimal detection strategies in the sense of minimum expected probability of bit error, sequence error, and mean square error. These are implemented efficiently by the use...... analysis of the convexity and bifurcations of the naive mean field free energy and optima. This proves that we can avoid local minima by tracking a global convex solution into the non-convex region, effectively avoiding error propagation. This method is in statistical physics denoted mean field annealing...

10. Some exact solutions to the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards-Payne traffic flow equations

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Rowlands, G.; Infeld, E.; Skorupski, A. A.

2013-09-01

We find a class of exact solutions to the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards-Payne (LWRP) traffic flow equations. Using two consecutive Lagrangian transformations, a linearization is achieved. Next, depending on the initial density, we either apply (again two) Lambert functions and obtain exact formulae for the dependence of the car density and velocity on x, t, or else, failing that, the same result in a parametric representation. The calculation always involves two possible factorizations of a consistency condition. Both must be considered. In physical terms, the lineup usually separates into two offshoots at different velocities. Each velocity soon becomes uniform. This outcome in many ways resembles the two soliton solution to the Korteweg-de Vries equation. We check general conservation requirements. Although traffic flow research has developed tremendously since LWRP, this calculation, being exact, may open the door to solving similar problems, such as gas dynamics or water flow in rivers. With this possibility in mind, we outline the procedure in some detail at the end.

11. Lie symmetry analysis, conservation laws and exact solutions of the seventh-order time fractional Sawada–Kotera–Ito equation

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Emrullah Yaşar

2016-01-01

Full Text Available In this paper Lie symmetry analysis of the seventh-order time fractional Sawada–Kotera–Ito (FSKI equation with Riemann–Liouville derivative is performed. Using the Lie point symmetries of FSKI equation, it is shown that it can be transformed into a nonlinear ordinary differential equation of fractional order with a new dependent variable. In the reduced equation the derivative is in Erdelyi–Kober sense. Furthermore, adapting the Ibragimov’s nonlocal conservation method to time fractional partial differential equations, we obtain conservation laws of the underlying equation. In addition, we construct some exact travelling wave solutions for the FSKI equation using the sub-equation method.

12. A direct algebraic method applied to obtain complex solutions of some nonlinear partial differential equations

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Zhang Huiqun [College of Mathematical Science, Qingdao University, Qingdao, Shandong 266071 (China)], E-mail: hellozhq@yahoo.com.cn

2009-02-15

By using some exact solutions of an auxiliary ordinary differential equation, a direct algebraic method is described to construct the exact complex solutions for nonlinear partial differential equations. The method is implemented for the NLS equation, a new Hamiltonian amplitude equation, the coupled Schrodinger-KdV equations and the Hirota-Maccari equations. New exact complex solutions are obtained.

13. Exact Analytical Solutions in Three-Body Problems and Model of Neutrino Generator

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Takibayev N.Zh.

2010-04-01

Full Text Available Exact analytic solutions are obtained in three-body problem for the scattering of light particle on the subsystem of two ﬁxed centers in the case when pair potentials have a separable form. Solutions show an appearance of new resonance states and dependence of resonance energy and width on distance between two ﬁxed centers. The approach of exact analytical solutions is expanded to the cases when two-body scattering amplitudes have the Breit-Wigner’s form and employed for description of neutron resonance scattering on subsystem of two heavy nuclei ﬁxed in nodes of crystalline lattice. It is shown that some resonance states have widths close to zero at the certain values of distance between two heavy scatterer centers, this gives the possibility of transitions between states. One of these transitions between three-body resonance states could be connected with process of electron capture by proton with formation of neutron and emission of neutrino. This exoenergic process leading to the cooling of star without nuclear reactions is discussed.

14. Exact solutions for an oscillator with anti-symmetric quadratic nonlinearity

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Beléndez, A.; Martínez, F. J.; Beléndez, T.; Pascual, C.; Alvarez, M. L.; Gimeno, E.; Arribas, E.

2017-11-01

Closed-form exact solutions for an oscillator with anti-symmetric quadratic nonlinearity are derived from the first integral of the nonlinear differential equation governing the behaviour of this oscillator. The mathematical model is an ordinary second order differential equation in which the sign of the quadratic nonlinear term changes. Two parameters characterize this oscillator: the coefficient of the linear term and the coefficient of the quadratic term. Not only the common case in which both coefficients are positive but also all possible combinations of positive and negative signs of these coefficients which provide periodic motions are considered, giving rise to four different cases. Three different periods and solutions are obtained, since the same result is valid in two of these cases. An interesting feature is that oscillatory motions whose equilibrium points are not at x = 0 are also considered. The periods are given in terms of an incomplete or complete elliptic integral of the first kind, and the exact solutions are expressed as functions including Jacobi elliptic cosine or sine functions.

15. Exact, E = 0, classical and quantum solutions for general power-law oscillators

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Nieto, M.M. [Los Alamos National Lab., NM (United States); Daboul, J. [Ben Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Beer Sheva (Israel)

1994-07-01

For zero energy, E = 0, we derive exact, classical and quantum solutions for all power-law oscillators with potentials V(r) = {minus}{gamma}/r{sup {nu}}, {gamma} > 0 and {minus}{infinity} < {nu} < {infinity}. When the angular momentum is non-zero, these solutions lead to the classical orbits {rho}(t) = [cos {mu}({var_phi}(t) {minus} {var_phi}{sub 0}(t))]{sup 1/{mu}}, with {mu} = {nu}/2 {minus} 1 {ne} 0. For {nu} > 2, the orbits are bound and go through the origin. We calculate the periods and precessions of these bound orbits, and graph a number of specific examples. The unbound orbits are also discussed in detail. Quantum mechanically, this system is also exactly solvable. We find that when {nu} > 2 the solutions are normalizable (bound), as in the classical case. Also, there are normalizable discrete, yet unbound, state which correspond to unbound classical particles which reach infinity in a finite time. These and other interesting comparisons to the classical system will be discussed.

16. Exact Solutions and Conserved Quantities in f(R,T) Gravity

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Sharif, M

2016-01-01

This paper explores Noether and Noether gauge symmetries of anisotropic universe model in $f(R,T)$ gravity. We consider two particular models of this gravity and evaluate their symmetry generators as well as associated conserved quantities. We also find exact solution by using cyclic variable and investigate its behavior via cosmological parameters. The behavior of cosmological parameters turns out to be consistent with recent observations which indicates accelerated expansion of the universe. Next we study Noether gauge symmetry and corresponding conserved quantities for both isotropic and anisotropic universe models. We conclude that symmetry generators and the associated conserved quantities appear in all cases.

17. Maxwell-Chern-Simons Models: Their Symmetries, Exact Solutions and Non-relativistic Limits

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J. Niederle

2010-01-01

Full Text Available Two Maxwell-Chern-Simons (MCS models in the (1 + 3-dimensional space-space are discussed and families of their exact solutions are found. In contrast to the Carroll-Field-Jackiw (CFE model [2] these systems are relativistically invariant and include the CFJ model as a particular sector.Using the InNonNu-Wigner contraction a Galilei-invariant non-relativistic limit of the systems is found, which makes possible to find a Galilean formulation of the CFJ model.

18. Exact Solution of Klein-Gordon and Dirac Equations with Snyder-de Sitter Algebra

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2018-01-01

In this paper, we present the exact solution of the (1+1)-dimensional relativistic Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations with linear vector and scalar potentials in the framework of deformed Snyder-de Sitter model. We introduce some changes of variables, we show that a one-dimensional linear potential for the relativistic system in a space deformed can be equivalent to the trigonometric Rosen-Morse potential in a regular space. In both cases, we determine explicitly the energy eigenvalues and their corresponding eigenfunctions expressed in terms of Romonovski polynomials. The limiting cases are analyzed for α 1 and α 2 → 0 and are compared with those of literature.

19. Numerical Uncertainty Analysis for Computational Fluid Dynamics using Student T Distribution -- Application of CFD Uncertainty Analysis Compared to Exact Analytical Solution

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Groves, Curtis E.; Ilie, marcel; Shallhorn, Paul A.

2014-01-01

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the standard numerical tool used by Fluid Dynamists to estimate solutions to many problems in academia, government, and industry. CFD is known to have errors and uncertainties and there is no universally adopted method to estimate such quantities. This paper describes an approach to estimate CFD uncertainties strictly numerically using inputs and the Student-T distribution. The approach is compared to an exact analytical solution of fully developed, laminar flow between infinite, stationary plates. It is shown that treating all CFD input parameters as oscillatory uncertainty terms coupled with the Student-T distribution can encompass the exact solution.

20. Exact Solutions of Space-time Fractional EW and modified EW equations

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Korkmaz, Alper

2016-01-01

The bright soliton solutions and singular solutions are constructed for space-time fractional EW and modified EW equations. Both equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by the use of fractional complex transform and properties of modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. Then, implementation of ansatz method the solutions are constructed.

1. Exact solutions of space-time fractional EW and modified EW equations

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Korkmaz, Alper

2017-03-01

The bright soliton solutions and singular solutions are constructed for space-time fractional EW and modified EW equations. Both equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by the use of fractional complex transform and properties of modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. Then, implementation of ansatz method the solutions are constructed.

2. Exact triple integrals of beam functions. [in application of Galerkin method to heat and mass transfer problems

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Jhaveri, B. S.; Rosenberger, F.

1982-01-01

Definite triple integrals encountered in applying the Galerkin method to the problem of heat and mass transfer across rectangular enclosures are discussed. Rather than evaluating them numerically, the technique described by Reid and Harris (1958) was extended to obtain the exact solution of the integrals. In the process, four linear simultaneous equations with triple integrals as unknowns were obtained. These equations were then solved exactly to obtain the closed form solution. Since closed form representations of this type have been shown to be useful in solving nonlinear hydrodynamic problems by series expansion, the integrals are presented here in general form.

3. Investigation of ALEGRA shock hydrocode algorithms using an exact free surface jet flow solution.

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Hanks, Bradley Wright.; Robinson, Allen C

2014-01-01

Computational testing of the arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian shock physics code, ALEGRA, is presented using an exact solution that is very similar to a shaped charge jet flow. The solution is a steady, isentropic, subsonic free surface flow with significant compression and release and is provided as a steady state initial condition. There should be no shocks and no entropy production throughout the problem. The purpose of this test problem is to present a detailed and challenging computation in order to provide evidence for algorithmic strengths and weaknesses in ALEGRA which should be examined further. The results of this work are intended to be used to guide future algorithmic improvements in the spirit of test-driven development processes.

4. Exact solution for heat transfer free convection flow of Maxwell nanofluids with graphene nanoparticles

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Aman, Sidra; Zuki Salleh, Mohd; Ismail, Zulkhibri; Khan, Ilyas

2017-09-01

This article focuses on the flow of Maxwell nanofluids with graphene nanoparticles over a vertical plate (static) with constant wall temperature. Possessing high thermal conductivity, engine oil is useful to be chosen as base fluid with free convection. The problem is modelled in terms of PDE’s with boundary conditions. Some suitable non-dimensional variables are interposed to transform the governing equations into dimensionless form. The generated equations are solved via Laplace transform technique. Exact solutions are evaluated for velocity and temperature. These solutions are significantly controlled by some parameters involved. Temperature rises with elevation in volume fraction while Velocity decreases with increment in volume fraction. A comparison with previous published results are established and discussed. Moreover, a detailed discussion is made for influence of volume fraction on the flow and heat profile.

5. Noether symmetries and exact solutions of an Euler-Bernoulli beam model

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Fatima, Aeeman; Mahomed, Fazal M.; Khalique, Chaudry Masood

2016-07-01

In this paper, a Noether symmetry analysis is carried out for an Euler-Bernoulli beam equation via the standard Lagrangian of its reduced scalar second-order equation which arises from the standard Lagrangian of the fourth-order beam equation via its Noether integrals. The Noether symmetries corresponding to the reduced equation is shown to be the inherited Noether symmetries of the standard Lagrangian of the beam equation. The corresponding Noether integrals of the reduced Euler-Lagrange equations are deduced which remarkably allows for three families of new exact solutions of the static beam equation. These are shown to contain all the previous solutions obtained from the standard Lie analysis and more.

6. Spontaneous rotation in the exact solution of magnetohydrodynamic equations for flow between two stationary impermeable disks

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Yavorskii, N. I.

2017-09-01

Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow of a viscous electrically conducting incompressible fluid between two stationary impermeable disks is considered. A homogeneous electric current density vector normal to the surface is specified on the upper disk, and the lower disk is nonconducting. The exact von Karman solution of the complete system of MHD equations is studied in which the axial velocity and the magnetic field depend only on the axial coordinate. The problem contains two dimensionless parameters: the electric current density on the upper plate Y and the Batchelor number (magnetic Prandtl number). It is assumed that there is no external source that produces an axial magnetic field. The problem is solved for a Batchelor number of 0-2. Fluid flow is caused by the electric current. It is shown that for small values of Y, the fluid velocity vector has only axial and radial components. The velocity of motion increases with increasing Y, and at a critical value of Y, there is a bifurcation of the new steady flow regime with fluid rotation, while the flow without rotation becomes unstable. A feature of the obtained new exact solution is the absence of an axial magnetic field necessary for the occurrence of an azimuthal component of the ponderomotive force, as is the case in the MHD dynamo. A new mechanism for the bifurcation of rotation in MHD flow is found.

7. Nonlinear Dynamics and Exact Traveling Wave Solutions of the Higher-Order Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation with Derivative Non-Kerr Nonlinear Terms

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Heng Wang

2016-01-01

Full Text Available By using the method of dynamical system, the exact travelling wave solutions of the higher-order nonlinear Schrödinger equation with derivative non-Kerr nonlinear terms are studied. Based on this method, all phase portraits of the system in the parametric space are given with the aid of the Maple software. All possible bounded travelling wave solutions, such as solitary wave solutions, kink and anti-kink wave solutions, and periodic travelling wave solutions, are obtained, respectively. The results presented in this paper improve the related previous conclusions.

8. Anatomy of topological surface states: Exact solutions from destructive interference on frustrated lattices

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Kunst, Flore K.; Trescher, Maximilian; Bergholtz, Emil J.

2017-08-01

The hallmark of topological phases is their robust boundary signature whose intriguing properties—such as the one-way transport on the chiral edge of a Chern insulator and the sudden disappearance of surface states forming open Fermi arcs on the surfaces of Weyl semimetals—are impossible to realize on the surface alone. Yet, despite the glaring simplicity of noninteracting topological bulk Hamiltonians and their concomitant energy spectrum, the detailed study of the corresponding surface states has essentially been restricted to numerical simulation. In this work, however, we show that exact analytical solutions of both topological and trivial surface states can be obtained for generic tight-binding models on a large class of geometrically frustrated lattices in any dimension without the need for fine-tuning of hopping amplitudes. Our solutions derive from local constraints tantamount to destructive interference between neighboring layer lattices perpendicular to the surface and provide microscopic insights into the structure of the surface states that enable analytical calculation of many desired properties including correlation functions, surface dispersion, Berry curvature, and the system size dependent gap closing, which necessarily occurs when the spatial localization switches surface. This further provides a deepened understanding of the bulk-boundary correspondence. We illustrate our general findings on a large number of examples in two and three spatial dimensions. Notably, we derive exact chiral Chern insulator edge states on the spin-orbit-coupled kagome lattice, and Fermi arcs relevant for recently synthesized slabs of pyrochlore-based Eu2Ir2O7 and Nd2Ir2O7 , which realize an all-in-all-out spin configuration, as well as for spin-ice-like two-in-two-out and one-in-three-out configurations, which are both relevant for Pr2Ir2O7 . Remarkably, each of the pyrochlore examples exhibit clearly resolved Fermi arcs although only the one

9. Exact solutions to plaquette Ising models with free and periodic boundaries

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Mueller, Marco; Johnston, Desmond A.; Janke, Wolfhard

2017-01-01

An anisotropic limit of the 3d plaquette Ising model, in which the plaquette couplings in one direction were set to zero, was solved for free boundary conditions by Suzuki (1972) [1], who later dubbed it the fuki-nuke, or "no-ceiling", model. Defining new spin variables as the product of nearest-neighbour spins transforms the Hamiltonian into that of a stack of (standard) 2d Ising models and reveals the planar nature of the magnetic order, which is also present in the fully isotropic 3d plaquette model. More recently, the solution of the fuki-nuke model was discussed for periodic boundary conditions, which require a different approach to defining the product spin transformation, by Castelnovo et al. (2010) [2]. We clarify the exact relation between partition functions with free and periodic boundary conditions expressed in terms of original and product spin variables for the 2d plaquette and 3d fuki-nuke models, noting that the differences are already present in the 1d Ising model. In addition, we solve the 2d plaquette Ising model with helical boundary conditions. The various exactly solved examples illustrate how correlations can be induced in finite systems as a consequence of the choice of boundary conditions.

10. Majorana fermions in the nonuniform Ising-Kitaev chain: exact solution.

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Narozhny, Boris

2017-05-03

A quantum computer based on Majorana qubits would contain a large number of zero-energy Majorana states. This system can be modelled as a connected network of the Ising-Kitaev chains alternating the "trivial" and "topological" regions, with the zero-energy Majorana fermions localized at their interfaces. The low-energy sector of the theory describing such a network can be formulated in terms of leading-order couplings between the Majorana zero modes. I consider a minimal model exhibiting effective couplings between four Majorana zero modes - the nonuniform Ising-Kitaev chain, containing two "topological" regions separated by a "trivial" region. Solving the model exactly, I show that for generic values of the model parameters the four zero modes are localized at the four interface points of the chain. In the special case where additional inversion symmetry is present, the Majorana zero modes are "delocalized" between two interface points. In both cases, the low-energy sector of the theory can be formulated in terms of the localized Majorana fermions, but the couplings between some of them are independent of their respective separations: the exact solution does not support the "nearest-neighbor" form of the effective low-energy Hamiltonian.

11. Exact solutions to plaquette Ising models with free and periodic boundaries

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Mueller, Marco, E-mail: Marco.Mueller@itp.uni-leipzig.de [Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Leipzig, Postfach 100 920, D-04009 Leipzig (Germany); Johnston, Desmond A., E-mail: D.A.Johnston@hw.ac.uk [Department of Mathematics and the Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh, EH14 4AS, Scotland (United Kingdom); Janke, Wolfhard, E-mail: Wolfhard.Janke@itp.uni-leipzig.de [Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Leipzig, Postfach 100 920, D-04009 Leipzig (Germany)

2017-01-15

An anisotropic limit of the 3d plaquette Ising model, in which the plaquette couplings in one direction were set to zero, was solved for free boundary conditions by Suzuki (1972) , who later dubbed it the fuki-nuke, or “no-ceiling”, model. Defining new spin variables as the product of nearest-neighbour spins transforms the Hamiltonian into that of a stack of (standard) 2d Ising models and reveals the planar nature of the magnetic order, which is also present in the fully isotropic 3d plaquette model. More recently, the solution of the fuki-nuke model was discussed for periodic boundary conditions, which require a different approach to defining the product spin transformation, by Castelnovo et al. (2010) . We clarify the exact relation between partition functions with free and periodic boundary conditions expressed in terms of original and product spin variables for the 2d plaquette and 3d fuki-nuke models, noting that the differences are already present in the 1d Ising model. In addition, we solve the 2d plaquette Ising model with helical boundary conditions. The various exactly solved examples illustrate how correlations can be induced in finite systems as a consequence of the choice of boundary conditions.

12. Continuous-time random walk: exact solutions for the probability density function and first two moments

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Kwok Sau Fa [Departamento de Fisica, Universidade Estadual de Maringa, Av. Colombo 5790, 87020-900 Maringa-PR (Brazil); Joni Fat, E-mail: kwok@dfi.uem.br [Jurusan Teknik Elektro-Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Tarumanagara, Jl. Let. Jend. S. Parman 1, Blok L, Lantai 3 Grogol, Jakarta 11440 (Indonesia)

2011-10-15

We consider the decoupled continuous-time random walk model with a finite characteristic waiting time and approximate jump length variance. We take the waiting time probability density function (PDF) given by a combination of the exponential and the Mittag-Leffler function. Using this waiting time PDF, we investigate the diffusion behavior for all times. We obtain exact solutions for the first two moments and the PDF for the force-free and linear force cases. Due to the finite characteristic waiting time and jump length variance, the model presents, for the force-free case, normal diffusive behavior in the long-time limit. Further, the model can describe anomalous behavior at intermediate times.

13. Exact solution of SU(4) non-equilibrium Kondo model at the Toulouse point.

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Duki, Solomon; Mathur, Harsh

2007-03-01

SU(4) symmetry in quantum dots has become a growing interest in both semiconductor quantum dots and carbon nanotube quantum dots[1]. We investigate theoretically the properties of an SU(4) Kondo model out of equilibrium by solving the problem exactly at a special point in the parameter space. The solution reveals that, in contrast to the SU(2) model, there are two more excitations in the system other than the charge and spin excitations. We investigate the differential conductance for arbitrary voltage bias. [1] P. Jarillo-Herrero, J. Kong, H.S.J. van der Zant, C. Dekker, L.P. Kouwenhoven and S. De Franceschi, http://www.nature.com/openurl?urlver=Z39.88-2004&rftvalfmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:journal&rft.genre=journal&rft. volume=434&rft.spage=484 &rft.date=2005 (Nature) 434, 484, (2005).

14. Spherical steady accretion flows -- dependence on the cosmological constant, exact isothermal solutions and applications to cosmology

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Mach, Patryk; Karkowski, Janusz

2013-01-01

We investigate spherical, isothermal and polytropic steady accretion models in the presence of the cosmological constant. Exact solutions are found for three classes of isothermal fluids, assuming the test gas approximation. The cosmological constant damps the mass accretion rate and - above certain limit - completely stops the steady accretion onto black holes. A "homoclinic-type" accretion flow of polytropic gas has been discovered in AdS spacetimes in the test-gas limit. These results can have cosmological connotation, through the Einstein--Straus vacuole model of embedding local structures into Friedman-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker spacetimes. In particular one infers that steady accretion would not exist in the late phases of the Penrose's scenario of the evolution of the Universe, known as the Weyl curvature hypothesis.

15. Spherical steady accretion flows: Dependence on the cosmological constant, exact isothermal solutions, and applications to cosmology

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Mach, Patryk; Malec, Edward; Karkowski, Janusz

2013-10-01

We investigate spherical, isothermal and polytropic steady accretion models in the presence of the cosmological constant. Exact solutions are found for three classes of isothermal fluids, assuming the test gas approximation. The cosmological constant damps the mass accretion rate and—above a certain limit—completely stops the steady accretion onto black holes. A “homoclinic-type” accretion flow of polytropic gas has been discovered in anti-de Sitter spacetimes in the test-gas limit. These results can have cosmological connotation, through the Einstein-Straus vacuole model of embedding local structures into Friedman-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker spacetimes. In particular, one infers that steady accretion would not exist in the late phases of Penrose’s scenario of the evolution of the Universe, known as the Weyl curvature hypothesis.

16. Exact solutions to the fractional time-space Bloch-Torrey equation for magnetic resonance imaging

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Bueno-Orovio, Alfonso; Burrage, Kevin

2017-11-01

The quantification of anomalous diffusion is increasingly being recognised as an advanced modality of analysis for the evaluation of tissue microstructure in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). One powerful framework to account for anomalous diffusion in biological and structurally heterogeneous tissues is the use of diffusion operators based on fractional calculus theory, which generalises the physical principles of standard diffusion in homogeneous media. However, their non-locality makes analytical solutions often unavailable, limiting the applicability of these modelling and analysis techniques. In this paper, we derive compact analytical signal decays for practical MRI sequences in the anisotropic fractional Bloch-Torrey setting, as described by the space fractional Laplacian and importantly the time Caputo derivative. The attained solutions convey relevant characteristics of MRI in biological tissues not replicated by standard diffusion, including super-diffusive and sub-diffusive regimes in signal decay and the diffusion-driven incomplete refocusing of spins at the end of the sequence. These results may therefore have significant implications for advancing the current interpretation of MRI, and for the estimation of tissue properties based on exact solutions to underlying diffusive processes.

17. Dyons, Superstrings, and Wormholes: Exact Solutions of the Non-Abelian Dirac-Born-Infeld Action

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Edward A. Olszewski

2015-01-01

Full Text Available We construct dyon solutions on coincident D4-branes, obtained by applying T-duality transformations to type I SO(32 superstring theory in 10 dimensions. These solutions, which are exact, are obtained from an action comprising the non-Abelian Dirac-Born-Infeld action and a Wess-Zumino-like action. When one spatial dimension of the D4-branes is taken to be vanishingly small, the dyons are analogous to the ’t Hooft/Polyakov monopole residing in a 3+1-dimensional spacetime, where the component of the Yang-Mills potential transforming as a Lorentz scalar is reinterpreted as a Higgs boson transforming in the adjoint representation of the gauge group. Applying a T-duality transformation to the vanishingly small spatial dimension, we obtain a collection of D3-branes, not all of which are coincident. Two of the D3-branes, distinct from the others, acquire intrinsic, finite curvature and are connected by a wormhole. The dyons possess electric and magnetic charges whose values on each D3-brane are the negative of one another. The gravitational effects, which arise after the T-duality transformation, occur despite the fact that the action of the system does not explicitly include the gravitational interaction. These solutions provide a simple example of the subtle relationship between the Yang-Mills and gravitational interactions, that is, gauge/gravity duality.

18. Normal stress differences from Oldroyd 8-constant framework: Exact analytical solution for large-amplitude oscillatory shear flow

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Saengow, C.; Giacomin, A. J.

2017-12-01

The Oldroyd 8-constant framework for continuum constitutive theory contains a rich diversity of popular special cases for polymeric liquids. In this paper, we use part of our exact solution for shear stress to arrive at unique exact analytical solutions for the normal stress difference responses to large-amplitude oscillatory shear (LAOS) flow. The nonlinearity of the polymeric liquids, triggered by LAOS, causes these responses at even multiples of the test frequency. We call responses at a frequency higher than twice the test frequency higher harmonics. We find the new exact analytical solutions to be compact and intrinsically beautiful. These solutions reduce to those of our previous work on the special case of the corotational Maxwell fluid. Our solutions also agree with our new truncated Goddard integral expansion for the special case of the corotational Jeffreys fluid. The limiting behaviors of these exact solutions also yield new explicit expressions. Finally, we use our exact solutions to see how η∞ affects the normal stress differences in LAOS.

19. Speeding Up Exact Solutions of Interactive Dynamic Influence Diagrams Using Action Equivalence

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Zeng, Yifeng; Prashant, Doshi

2009-01-01

Interactive dynamic influence diagrams (I-DIDs) are graphical models for sequential decision making in partially observable settings shared by other agents. Algorithms for solving I-DIDs face the challenge of an exponentially growing space of candidate models ascribed to other agents, over time. ...... at a single time step. We show how to update these augmented classes and prove that our method is exact. The new approach enables us to bound the aggregated model space by the cardinality of other agents' actions. We evaluate its performance and provide empirical results in support....

20. An Analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources Solution for Plane Wave Scattering by Impedance Cylinders

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Larsen, Niels Vesterdal; Breinbjerg, Olav

2004-01-01

Analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources solutions for plane wave scattering by circular impedance cylinders are derived by transformation of the exact eigenfunction series solutions employing the Hankel function wave transformation. The analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources solution thus obtained...

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2. Exact Solutions of the Mass-Dependent Klein-Gordon Equation with the Vector Quark-Antiquark Interaction and Harmonic Oscillator Potential

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M. K. Bahar

2013-01-01

Full Text Available Using the asymptotic iteration and wave function ansatz method, we present exact solutions of the Klein-Gordon equation for the quark-antiquark interaction and harmonic oscillator potential in the case of the position-dependent mass.

3. Exact solution of the 2d dimer model: Corner free energy, correlation functions and combinatorics

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Allegra, Nicolas, E-mail: nicolas.allegra@univ-lorraine.fr

2015-05-15

In this work, some classical results of the pfaffian theory of the dimer model based on the work of Kasteleyn, Fisher and Temperley are introduced in a fermionic framework. Then we shall detail the bosonic formulation of the model via the so-called height mapping and the nature of boundary conditions is unravelled. The complete and detailed fermionic solution of the dimer model on the square lattice with an arbitrary number of monomers is presented, and finite size effect analysis is performed to study surface and corner effects, leading to the extrapolation of the central charge of the model. The solution allows for exact calculations of monomer and dimer correlation functions in the discrete level and the scaling behavior can be inferred in order to find the set of scaling dimensions and compare to the bosonic theory which predicts particular features concerning corner behaviors. Finally, some combinatorial and numerical properties of partition functions with boundary monomers are discussed, proved and checked with enumeration algorithms.

4. Exact solution of gyration radius of individual's trajectory for a simplified human mobility model

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Yan, Xiao-Yong; Zhou, Tao; Wang, Bing-Hong

2010-01-01

Gyration radius of individual's trajectory plays a key role in quantifying human mobility patterns. Of particular interests, empirical analyses suggest that the growth of gyration radius is slow versus time except the very early stage and may eventually arrive to a steady value. However, up to now, the underlying mechanism leading to such a possibly steady value has not been well understood. In this Letter, we propose a simplified human mobility model to simulate individual's daily travel with three sequential activities: commuting to workplace, going to do leisure activities and returning home. With the assumption that individual has constant travel speed and inferior limit of time at home and work, we prove that the daily moving area of an individual is an ellipse, and finally get an exact solution of the gyration radius. The analytical solution well captures the empirical observation reported in [M. C. Gonzalez et al., Nature, 453 (2008) 779]. We also find that, in spite of the heterogeneous displacement ...

5. Applications of, and Extensions to, Selected Exact Solutions in General Relativity

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Cropp, Bethan

2011-01-01

In this thesis we consider several aspects of general relativity relating to exact solutions of the Einstein equations. In the first part gravitational plane waves in the Rosen form are investigated, and we develop a formalism for writing down any arbitrary polarisation in this form. In addition to this we have extended this algorithm to an arbitrary number of dimensions, and have written down an explicit solution for a circularly polarized Rosen wave. In the second part a particular, ultra-local limit along an arbitrary timelike geodesic in any spacetime is constructed, in close analogy with the well-known lightlike Penrose limit. This limit results in a Bianchi type I spacetime. The properties of these spacetimes are examined in the context of this limit, including the Einstein equations, stress-energy conservation and Raychaudhuri equation. Furthermore the conditions for the Bianchi type I spacetime to be diagonal are explicitly set forward, and the effect of the limit on the matter content of a spacetime ...

6. Exact solution of the 2d dimer model: Corner free energy, correlation functions and combinatorics

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Nicolas Allegra

2015-05-01

Full Text Available In this work, some classical results of the pfaffian theory of the dimer model based on the work of Kasteleyn, Fisher and Temperley are introduced in a fermionic framework. Then we shall detail the bosonic formulation of the model via the so-called height mapping and the nature of boundary conditions is unravelled. The complete and detailed fermionic solution of the dimer model on the square lattice with an arbitrary number of monomers is presented, and finite size effect analysis is performed to study surface and corner effects, leading to the extrapolation of the central charge of the model. The solution allows for exact calculations of monomer and dimer correlation functions in the discrete level and the scaling behavior can be inferred in order to find the set of scaling dimensions and compare to the bosonic theory which predicts particular features concerning corner behaviors. Finally, some combinatorial and numerical properties of partition functions with boundary monomers are discussed, proved and checked with enumeration algorithms.

7. An exact solution for a rotating black hole in modified gravity

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Filippini, Francesco; Tasinato, Gianmassimo

2018-01-01

Exact solutions describing rotating black holes can offer important tests for alternative theories of gravity, motivated by the dark energy and dark matter problems. We present an analytic rotating black hole solution for a class of vector-tensor theories of modified gravity, valid for arbitrary values of the rotation parameter. The new configuration is characterised by parametrically large deviations from the Kerr-Newman geometry, controlled by non-minimal couplings between vectors and gravity. It has an oblate horizon in Boyer-Lindquist coordinates, and it can rotate more rapidly and have a larger ergosphere than black holes in General Relativity (GR) with the same asymptotic properties. We analytically investigate the features of the innermost stable circular orbits for massive objects on the equatorial plane, and show that stable orbits lie further away from the black hole horizon with respect to rotating black holes in GR. We also comment on possible applications of our findings for the extraction of rotational energy from the black hole.

8. Exact methods for time constrained routing and related scheduling problems

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Kohl, Niklas

1995-01-01

This dissertation presents a number of optimization methods for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows (VRPTW). The VRPTW is a generalization of the well known capacity constrained Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP), where a fleet of vehicles based at a central depot must service a set of custo......This dissertation presents a number of optimization methods for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows (VRPTW). The VRPTW is a generalization of the well known capacity constrained Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP), where a fleet of vehicles based at a central depot must service a set...

9. Baecklund transformations and exact soliton solutions for nonlinear Schroedinger-type equations

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Khater, A. H. [Cairo Univ. (Egypt). Faculty of science, Dept. of Mathematics]|[Antwerp Univ. (Belgium). Dept. of Physics; Callebaut, D. K. [Antwerp Univ. (Belgium). Dept. of Physics; El-Kalaawy, O. H. [Cairo Univ. (Egypt). Faculty of science, Dept. of Mathematics

1998-09-01

Using the Baecklund transformations (BTs) and the Darboux-Bargmann technique, the Authors consider the nonlinear Schroedinger-type (NLS-type) equations solvable by the inverse scattering method of Zakharov-Shabat/Ablowitz-Kaup-Newell-Segur (ZS/AKNS) system and the ZS/AKNS wave functions corresponding to the soliton solutions of NLS-type equations. Thus, families of new soliton solutions for NLS- type equations are obtained.

10. New exact solutions for the time fractional coupled Boussinesq–Burger equation and approximate long water wave equation in shallow water

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Mostafa M.A. Khater

2017-09-01

Full Text Available The aim of the article is to construct exact solutions for the time fractional coupled Boussinesq–Burger and approximate long water wave equations by using the generalized Kudryashov method. The fractional differential equation is converted into ordinary differential equations with the help of fractional complex transform and the modified Riemann–Liouville derivative sense. Applying the generalized Kudryashov method through with symbolic computer maple package, numerous new exact solutions are successfully obtained. All calculations in this study have been established and verified back with the aid of the Maple package program. The executed method is powerful, effective and straightforward for solving nonlinear partial differential equations to obtain more and new solutions with the integer and fractional order.

11. An Exact Model-Based Method for Near-Field Sources Localization with Bistatic MIMO System.

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Singh, Parth Raj; Wang, Yide; Chargé, Pascal

2017-03-30

In this paper, we propose an exact model-based method for near-field sources localization with a bistatic multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) radar system, and compare it with an approximated model-based method. The aim of this paper is to propose an efficient way to use the exact model of the received signals of near-field sources in order to eliminate the systematic error introduced by the use of approximated model in most existing near-field sources localization techniques. The proposed method uses parallel factor (PARAFAC) decomposition to deal with the exact model. Thanks to the exact model, the proposed method has better precision and resolution than the compared approximated model-based method. The simulation results show the performance of the proposed method.

12. Exact Group Sequential Methods for Estimating a Binomial Proportion

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Zhengjia Chen

2013-01-01

Full Text Available We first review existing sequential methods for estimating a binomial proportion. Afterward, we propose a new family of group sequential sampling schemes for estimating a binomial proportion with prescribed margin of error and confidence level. In particular, we establish the uniform controllability of coverage probability and the asymptotic optimality for such a family of sampling schemes. Our theoretical results establish the possibility that the parameters of this family of sampling schemes can be determined so that the prescribed level of confidence is guaranteed with little waste of samples. Analytic bounds for the cumulative distribution functions and expectations of sample numbers are derived. Moreover, we discuss the inherent connection of various sampling schemes. Numerical issues are addressed for improving the accuracy and efficiency of computation. Computational experiments are conducted for comparing sampling schemes. Illustrative examples are given for applications in clinical trials.

13. Astronavigation a method for determining exact position by the stars

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Zischka, K A

2018-01-01

This book acts as a manual for the ancient methods of navigating by the stars, which continue to provide the sailor or pilot with a timeless means of determining location. Despite the prevalence of GPS, a comprehensive set of formulae that can be evaluated on any inexpensive scientific calculator in the event of a catastrophic software or systems failure is a vital failsafe. It also serves as a living link to centuries of explorers from centuries past. Beginning with the basics of positional astronomy, this guide moves on to the more complex math necessary to understand the ephemerides, tables showing the future positions of the stars and planets. These astronomical almanacs were the satellite navigation of their day. The objective of this book is twofold: to provide the reader with a concise, comprehensible manual on positional astronomy as it applies to astro-navigation and to furnish the concise algorithms for finding the position of the Sun and various navigational stars at any given instant. In a worl...

14. Exact Solutions for Unsteady Free Convection Flow of Casson Fluid over an Oscillating Vertical Plate with Constant Wall Temperature

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Asma Khalid

2015-01-01

Full Text Available The unsteady free flow of a Casson fluid past an oscillating vertical plate with constant wall temperature has been studied. The Casson fluid model is used to distinguish the non-Newtonian fluid behaviour. The governing partial differential equations corresponding to the momentum and energy equations are transformed into linear ordinary differential equations by using nondimensional variables. Laplace transform method is used to find the exact solutions of these equations. Expressions for shear stress in terms of skin friction and the rate of heat transfer in terms of Nusselt number are also obtained. Numerical results of velocity and temperature profiles with various values of embedded flow parameters are shown graphically and their effects are discussed in detail.

15. Modeling of Electromagnetic Scattering by Discrete and Discretely Heterogeneous Random Media by Using Numerically Exact Solutions of the Maxwell Equations

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Dlugach, Janna M.; Mishchenko, Michael I.

2017-01-01

In this paper, we discuss some aspects of numerical modeling of electromagnetic scattering by discrete random medium by using numerically exact solutions of the macroscopic Maxwell equations. Typical examples of such media are clouds of interstellar dust, clouds of interplanetary dust in the Solar system, dusty atmospheres of comets, particulate planetary rings, clouds in planetary atmospheres, aerosol particles with numerous inclusions and so on. Our study is based on the results of extensive computations of different characteristics of electromagnetic scattering obtained by using the superposition T-matrix method which represents a direct computer solver of the macroscopic Maxwell equations for an arbitrary multisphere configuration. As a result, in particular, we clarify the range of applicability of the low-density theories of radiative transfer and coherent backscattering as well as of widely used effective-medium approximations.

16. From Scatter-Free to Diffusive Propagation of Energetic Particles: Exact Solution of Fokker-Planck equation

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Malkov, Mikhail

2017-10-01

Propagation of energetic particles through magnetized turbulent media is reconsidered using the exact solution of Fokker-Planck equation [PRD, 2017]. It shows that the cosmic ray (CR) transport in weakly scattering media is nondiffusive. Poor understanding of the CR transport obscures their sources and acceleration mechanisms. We present a simplified approximate version of the exact solution of Fokker-Planck equation that accurately describes a ballistic, diffusive and transdiffusive (intermediate between the first two) propagation regimes. The transdiffusive phase lasts up to 5-7 collision times and starts at about one-half of collision time. Since the scattering rate is energy-dependent, a large part of the energy spectrum propagates neither diffusively nor ballistically. Its treatment should rely on the exact solution. Significant parts of the spectra affected by the heliospheric modulation, for example, falls into this category. We present a new approximation of an exact Fokker-Planck propagator. It conveniently unifies the ballistic and Gaussian propagators, currently used (separately) in major Solar modulation and other CR transport models. The maximum deviation of the new propagator from the exact solution is less than a few percents. Supported by the NASA Astrophysics Theory Program, Grant No. NNX14AH36G.

17. Exact Solutions to (3+1) Conformable Time Fractional Jimbo–Miwa, Zakharov–Kuznetsov and Modified Zakharov–Kuznetsov Equations

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Korkmaz, Alper

2017-05-01

Exact solutions to conformable time fractional (3+1)-dimensional equations are derived by using the modified form of the Kudryashov method. The compatible wave transformation reduces the equations to an ODE with integer orders. The predicted solution of the finite series of a rational exponential function is substituted into this ODE. The resultant polynomial equation is solved by using algebraic operations. The method works for the Jimbo–Miwa, the Zakharov–Kuznetsov, and the modified Zakharov–Kuznetsov equations in conformable time fractional forms. All the solutions are expressed in explicit forms.

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Abstract. In this paper, we construct the travelling wave solutions to the perturbed nonlinear. Schrödinger's equation (NLSE) with Kerr law non-linearity by the extended (G /G)-expansion method. Based on this method, we obtain abundant exact travelling wave solutions of NLSE with. Kerr law nonlinearity with arbitrary ...

19. New exact solutions of fractional Davey-Stewartson equation with power-law nonlinearity and new integrable Davey-Stewartson-type equation

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Saha Ray, S.

2016-09-01

In this article, the Jacobi elliptic function method viz. the mixed dn-sn method has been presented for finding the travelling wave solutions of the Davey-Stewartson equations. As a result, some solitary wave solutions and doubly periodic solutions are obtained in terms of Jacobi elliptic functions. Moreover, solitary wave solutions are obtained as simple limits of doubly periodic functions. These solutions can be useful to explain some physical phenomena, viz. evolution of a three-dimensional wave packet on water of finite depth. The proposed Jacobi elliptic function method is efficient, powerful and can be used in order to establish newer exact solutions for other kinds of nonlinear fractional partial differential equations arising in mathematical physics.

20. Exact solutions to a spatially extended model of kinase-receptor interaction

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Szopa, Piotr; Lipniacki, Tomasz; Kazmierczak, Bogdan

2011-10-01

B and Mast cells are activated by the aggregation of the immune receptors. Motivated by this phenomena we consider a simple spatially extended model of mutual interaction of kinases and membrane receptors. It is assumed that kinase activates membrane receptors and in turn the kinase molecules bound to the active receptors are activated by transphosphorylation. Such a type of interaction implies positive feedback and may lead to bistability. In this study we apply the Steklov eigenproblem theory to analyze the linearized model and find exact solutions in the case of non-uniformly distributed membrane receptors. This approach allows us to determine the critical value of receptor dephosphorylation rate at which cell activation (by arbitrary small perturbation of the inactive state) is possible. We found that cell sensitivity grows with decreasing kinase diffusion and increasing anisotropy of the receptor distribution. Moreover, these two effects are cooperating. We showed that the cell activity can be abruptly triggered by the formation of the receptor aggregate. Since the considered activation mechanism is not based on receptor crosslinking by polyvalent antigens, the proposed model can also explain B cell activation due to receptor aggregation following binding of monovalent antigens presented on the antigen presenting cell.

1. Viscoelasticity and nonlinear simple shear flow behavior of an entangled asymmetric exact comb polymer solution

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Snijkers, F.

2016-03-31

We report upon the characterization of the steady-state shear stresses and first normal stress differences as a function of shear rate using mechanical rheometry (both with a standard cone and plate and with a cone partitioned plate) and optical rheometry (with a flow-birefringence setup) of an entangled solution of asymmetric exact combs. The combs are polybutadienes (1,4-addition) consisting of an H-skeleton with an additional off-center branch on the backbone. We chose to investigate a solution in order to obtain reliable nonlinear shear data in overlapping dynamic regions with the two different techniques. The transient measurements obtained by cone partitioned plate indicated the appearance of overshoots in both the shear stress and the first normal stress difference during start-up shear flow. Interestingly, the overshoots in the start-up normal stress difference started to occur only at rates above the inverse stretch time of the backbone, when the stretch time of the backbone was estimated in analogy with linear chains including the effects of dynamic dilution of the branches but neglecting the effects of branch point friction, in excellent agreement with the situation for linear polymers. Flow-birefringence measurements were performed in a Couette geometry, and the extracted steady-state shear and first normal stress differences were found to agree well with the mechanical data, but were limited to relatively low rates below the inverse stretch time of the backbone. Finally, the steady-state properties were found to be in good agreement with model predictions based on a nonlinear multimode tube model developed for linear polymers when the branches are treated as solvent.

2. Exact Solutions for a Local Fractional DDE Associated with a Nonlinear Transmission Line

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Aslan, İsmail

2016-09-01

Of recent increasing interest in the area of fractional calculus and nonlinear dynamics are fractional differential-difference equations. This study is devoted to a local fractional differential-difference equation which is related to a nonlinear electrical transmission line. Explicit traveling wave solutions (kink/antikink solitons, singular, periodic, rational) are obtained via the discrete tanh method coupled with the fractional complex transform.

3. An exact and consistent adjoint method for high-fidelity discretization of the compressible flow equations

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Subramanian, Ramanathan Vishnampet Ganapathi

4. Nonexistence of exact solutions agreeing with the Gaussian beam on the beam axis or in the focal plane

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Lekner, John; Andrejic, Petar

2018-01-01

Solutions of the Helmholtz equation which describe electromagnetic beams (and also acoustic or particle beams) are discussed. We show that an exact solution which reproduces the Gaussian beam waveform on the beam axis does not exist. This is surprising, since the Gaussian beam is a solution of the paraxial equation, and thus supposedly accurate on and near the beam axis. Likewise, a solution of the Helmholtz equation which exactly reproduces the Gaussian beam in the focal plane does not exist. We show that the last statement also holds for Bessel-Gauss beams. However, solutions of the Helmholtz equation (one of which is discussed in detail) can approximate the Gaussian waveform within the central focal region.

5. A Branch and Bound Algorithm for the Exact Solution of the Problem of EMU Circulation Scheduling in Railway Network

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Chao Lu

2016-01-01

Full Text Available This paper is concerned with the scheduling of Electrical Multiple Units (EMUs under the condition of their utilization on one sector or within several interacting sectors. Based on the introduction of the train connection graph which describes the possible connection relationship between trains, the integer programming model of EMU circulation planning is constructed. In order to analyzing the resolution of the model, a heuristic which shares the characteristics with the existing methods is introduced first. This method consists of two stages: one is a greedy strategy to construct a feasible circulation plan fragment, and another is to apply a stochastic disturbance to it to generate a whole feasible solution or get a new feasible solution. Then, an exact branch and bound method which is based on graph designing is proposed. Due to the complexity, the lower bound is computed through a polynomial approximation algorithm which is a modification from the one solving the degree constraint minimum 1-tree problem. Then, a branching strategy is designed to cope with the maintenance constraints. Finally, we report extensive computational results on a railway corridor in which the sectors possess the basic feature of railway networks.

6. Performance comparison of a new hybrid conjugate gradient method under exact and inexact line searches

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Ghani, N. H. A.; Mohamed, N. S.; Zull, N.; Shoid, S.; Rivaie, M.; Mamat, M.

2017-09-01

Conjugate gradient (CG) method is one of iterative techniques prominently used in solving unconstrained optimization problems due to its simplicity, low memory storage, and good convergence analysis. This paper presents a new hybrid conjugate gradient method, named NRM1 method. The method is analyzed under the exact and inexact line searches in given conditions. Theoretically, proofs show that the NRM1 method satisfies the sufficient descent condition with both line searches. The computational result indicates that NRM1 method is capable in solving the standard unconstrained optimization problems used. On the other hand, the NRM1 method performs better under inexact line search compared with exact line search.

7. Baecklund transformations and exact solutions for Alfven solitons in a relativistic electron-positron plasma

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Khater, A.H.; El-Kalaawy, O.H. [Cairo Univ., Beni-Suef (Egypt). Dept. of Mathematics; Callebaut, D.K. [Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, Wilrijk (Belgium). Dept. of Physics

1998-12-01

Nonlinear Alfven waves, propagating along a homogeneous magnetic field, are studied using relativistic isotropic hydrodynamics. Alfven solitons of the moving-wave and wave packet types are considered for modified Korteweg-de Vries (mKdV) equation and the nonlinear Schroedinger (NLS) equation, respectively. The method of characteristics is used and the Baecklund transformations (BTs) are employed to generate new solutions from the old ones. Thus, families of new solutions for the mKdV and the NLS equations are obtained. The question arises which solitons exist in the pulsar atmosphere. (orig.) 37 refs.

8. Some Exact Solutions for a Klein Gordon Equation Algunas soluciones exactas para una ecuación de Klein Gordon

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H H Ortíz Álvarez

2012-12-01

Full Text Available In solving practical problems in science and engineering arises as a direct consequence differential equations that explains the dynamics of the phenomena.Finding exact solutions to this equations provides importan informationabout the behavior of physical systems. The Lie symmetry method allows tofind invariant solutions under certain groups of transformations for differentialequations.This method not very well known and used is of great importance inthe scientific community. By this approach it was possible to find several exactinvariant solutions for the Klein Gordon Equation uxx − utt = k(u. A particularcase, The Kolmogorov equation uxx − utt = k1u + k2un was considered.These equations appear in the study of relativistic and quantum physics. Thegeneral solutions found, could be used for future explorations on the study forother specific K(u functions. En la solución de problemas prácticos de las ciencias y la ingeniería surgen como consecuencia directa ecuaciones diferenciales que dan razón de la dinámica de los fenómenos. El encontrar soluciones exactas a estas ecuaciones proporciona información importante sobre el comportamiento de sistemas físicos. El método de las simetrías de Lie permite encontrar soluciones invariantes bajo ciertos grupos de transformaciones para ecuaciones diferenciales. Mediante este método fue posible encontrar familias de soluciones exactas invariantes para la ecuación de Klein Gordon uxx- utt = k(u: En particular, se consideró la ecuación de Kolmogorov uxx - utt = k1u + k2u n. Estas ecuaciones aparecen en el estudio de la física relativista y cuántica. Las soluciones generales encontradas podrían emplearse en futuros desarrollos en el estudio para otro tipo de funciones k(u.

9. On the method of strained parameters for a KdV type of equation with exact dispersion property

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Karjanto, N

2016-01-01

This paper provides an alternative methodology for analysis of three-wave interactions under the exact dispersion relation associated with gravity waves in fluid of intermediate depth. A Korteweg-de Vries type of equation with exact dispersion property is adopted as the governing equation for unidirectional wave packet evolution. Following the idea from Zakharov's seminal paper (Zakharov, V. E. (1968) Stability of periodic waves of finite amplitude on the surface of a deep fluid. \\textit{Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics}, {\\bf 9}, 190--194), the equation is transformed from the spatial--temporal domain to the wavenumber--temporal domain. The solution of the transformed equation is sought using the perturbation theory, for which the ansatz is expressed in the form of a regular expansion in the increasing order of a small parameter. After implementing the na\\"{i}ve perturbation method, due to nonlinear mode generation and particular combinations of wavenumbers, the third-order solution contain...

10. On exact solutions of the regularized long-wave equation: A direct approach to partially integrable equations. II. Periodic solutions

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Parker, A.

1995-07-01

In this second of two articles (designated I and II), the bilinear transformation method is used to obtain stationary periodic solutions of the partially integrable regularized long-wave (RLW) equation. These solutions are expressed in terms of Riemann theta functions, and this approach leads to a new and compact expression for the important dispersion relation. The periodic solution (or cnoidal wave) can be represented as an infinite sum of sech2 solitary waves'': this remarkable property may be interpreted in the context of a nonlinear superposition principle. The RLW cnoidal wave approximates to a sinusoidal wave and a solitary wave in the limits of small and large amplitudes, respectively. Analytic approximations and error estimates are given which shed light on the character of the cnoidal wave in the different parameter regimes. Similar results are presented in brief for the related RLW Boussinesq (RLWB) equation.

11. Exact solutions of time-fractional heat conduction equation by the fractional complex transform

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Li Zheng-Biao

2012-01-01

Full Text Available The Fractional Complex Transform is extended to solve exactly time-fractional differential equations with the modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. How to incorporate suitable boundary/initial conditions is also discussed.

12. Exact numerical solutions of the Schrödinger equation for a two-dimensional exciton in a constant magnetic field of arbitrary strength

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Hoang-Do, Ngoc-Tram [Department of Physics, Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy 280, An Duong Vuong Street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam); Pham, Dang-Lan [Institute for Computational Science and Technology, Quang Trung Software Town, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam); Le, Van-Hoang, E-mail: hoanglv@hcmup.edu.vn [Department of Physics, Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy 280, An Duong Vuong Street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam)

2013-08-15

Exact numerical solutions of the Schrödinger equation for a two-dimensional exciton in a constant magnetic field of arbitrary strength are obtained for not only the ground state but also high excited states. Toward this goal, the operator method is developed by combining with the Levi-Civita transformation which transforms the problem under investigation into that of a two-dimensional anharmonic oscillator. This development of the non-perturbation method is significant because it can be applied to other problems of two-dimensional atomic systems. The obtained energies and wave functions set a new record for their precision of up to 20 decimal places. Analyzing the obtained data we also find an interesting result that exact analytical solutions exist at some values of magnetic field intensity.

13. On exact solutions for disturbances to the asymptotic suction boundary layer: transformation of Barnes integrals to convolution integrals

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Russell, John

2000-11-01

A modified Orr-Sommerfeld equation that applies to the asymptotic suction boundary layer was reported by Bussmann & Münz in a wartime report dated 1942 and by Hughes & Reid in J.F.M. ( 23, 1965, p715). Fundamental systems of exact solutions of the Orr-Sommerfeld equation for this mean velocity distribution were reported by D. Grohne in an unpublished typescript dated 1950. Exact solutions of the equation of Bussmann, Münz, Hughes, & Reid were reported by P. Baldwin in Mathematika ( 17, 1970, p206). Grohne and Baldwin noticed that these exact solutions may be expressed either as Barnes integrals or as convolution integrals. In a later paper (Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. A, 399, 1985, p321), Baldwin applied the convolution integrals in the contruction of large-Reynolds number asymptotic approximations that hold uniformly. The present talk discusses the subtleties that arise in the construction of such convolution integrals, including several not reported by Grohne or Baldwin. The aim is to recover the full set of seven solutions (one well balanced, three balanced, and three dominant-recessive) postulated by W.H. Reid in various works on the uniformly valid solutions.

14. Exact and approximate Fourier rebinning algorithms for the solution of the data truncation problem in 3-D PET.

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Bouallègue, Fayçal Ben; Crouzet, Jean-François; Comtat, Claude; Fourcade, Marjolaine; Mohammadi, Bijan; Mariano-Goulart, Denis

2007-07-01

This paper presents an extended 3-D exact rebinning formula in the Fourier space that leads to an iterative reprojection algorithm (iterative FOREPROJ), which enables the estimation of unmeasured oblique projection data on the basis of the whole set of measured data. In first approximation, this analytical formula also leads to an extended Fourier rebinning equation that is the basis for an approximate reprojection algorithm (extended FORE). These algorithms were evaluated on numerically simulated 3-D positron emission tomography (PET) data for the solution of the truncation problem, i.e., the estimation of the missing portions in the oblique projection data, before the application of algorithms that require complete projection data such as some rebinning methods (FOREX) or 3-D reconstruction algorithms (3DRP or direct Fourier methods). By taking advantage of all the 3-D data statistics, the iterative FOREPROJ reprojection provides a reliable alternative to the classical FOREPROJ method, which only exploits the low-statistics nonoblique data. It significantly improves the quality of the external reconstructed slices without loss of spatial resolution. As for the approximate extended FORE algorithm, it clearly exhibits limitations due to axial interpolations, but will require clinical studies with more realistic measured data in order to decide on its pertinence.

15. Exact solutions to robust control problems involving scalar hyperbolic conservation laws using Mixed Integer Linear Programming

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Li, Yanning

2013-10-01

This article presents a new robust control framework for transportation problems in which the state is modeled by a first order scalar conservation law. Using an equivalent formulation based on a Hamilton-Jacobi equation, we pose the problem of controlling the state of the system on a network link, using boundary flow control, as a Linear Program. Unlike many previously investigated transportation control schemes, this method yields a globally optimal solution and is capable of handling shocks (i.e. discontinuities in the state of the system). We also demonstrate that the same framework can handle robust control problems, in which the uncontrollable components of the initial and boundary conditions are encoded in intervals on the right hand side of inequalities in the linear program. The lower bound of the interval which defines the smallest feasible solution set is used to solve the robust LP (or MILP if the objective function depends on boolean variables). Since this framework leverages the intrinsic properties of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation used to model the state of the system, it is extremely fast. Several examples are given to demonstrate the performance of the robust control solution and the trade-off between the robustness and the optimality. © 2013 IEEE.

16. Perpendicular susceptibility and geometrical frustration in two-dimensional Ising antiferromagnets: Exact solutions

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Muttalib, K. A.; Khatun, M.; Barry, J. H.

2017-11-01

Discovery of new materials and improved experimental as well as numerical techniques have led to a renewed interest in geometrically frustrated spin systems. However, there are very few exact results available that can provide a benchmark for comparison. In this work, we calculate exactly the perpendicular susceptibility χ⊥ for an Ising antiferromagnet with (i) nearest-neighbor pair interaction on a kagome lattice where strong frustration prevents long-range ordering and (ii) elementary triplet interactions on a kagome lattice which has no frustration but the system remains disordered down to zero temperature. By comparing with other known exact results with and without frustration, we propose that an appropriately temperature-scaled χ⊥ can be used as a quantitative measure of the degree of frustration in Ising spin systems.

17. Exact solutions to plaquette Ising models with free and periodic boundaries

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Marco Mueller

2017-01-01

We clarify the exact relation between partition functions with free and periodic boundary conditions expressed in terms of original and product spin variables for the 2d plaquette and 3d fuki-nuke models, noting that the differences are already present in the 1d Ising model. In addition, we solve the 2d plaquette Ising model with helical boundary conditions. The various exactly solved examples illustrate how correlations can be induced in finite systems as a consequence of the choice of boundary conditions.

18. Lie Symmetry Analysis, Conservation Laws and Exact Power Series Solutions for Time-Fractional Fordy–Gibbons Equation

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Feng, Lian-Li; Tian, Shou-Fu; Wang, Xiu-Bin; Zhang, Tian-Tian

2016-09-01

In this paper, the time fractional Fordy–Gibbons equation is investigated with Riemann–Liouville derivative. The equation can be reduced to the Caudrey–Dodd–Gibbon equation, Savada–Kotera equation and the Kaup–Kupershmidt equation, etc. By means of the Lie group analysis method, the invariance properties and symmetry reductions of the equation are derived. Furthermore, by means of the power series theory, its exact power series solutions of the equation are also constructed. Finally, two kinds of conservation laws of the equation are well obtained with aid of the self-adjoint method. Supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for Key Discipline Construction under Grant No. XZD201602, the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities under Grant Nos. 2015QNA53 and 2015XKQY14, the Fundamental Research Funds for Postdoctoral at the Key Laboratory of Gas and Fire Control for Coal Mines, the General Financial Grant from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation under Grant No. 2015M570498, and Natural Sciences Foundation of China under Grant No. 11301527

19. An Exact Model-Based Method for Near-Field Sources Localization with Bistatic MIMO System

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Singh, Parth Raj; Wang, Yide; Charg?, Pascal

2017-01-01

In this paper, we propose an exact model-based method for near-field sources localization with a bistatic multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) radar system, and compare it with an approximated model-based method. The aim of this paper is to propose an efficient way to use the exact model of the received signals of near-field sources in order to eliminate the systematic error introduced by the use of approximated model in most existing near-field sources localization techniques. The proposed...

20. Exact Green's function method of solar force-free magnetic-field computations with constant alpha. I - Theory and basic test cases

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Chiu, Y. T.; Hilton, H. H.

1977-01-01

Exact closed-form solutions to the solar force-free magnetic-field boundary-value problem are obtained for constant alpha in Cartesian geometry by a Green's function approach. The uniqueness of the physical problem is discussed. Application of the exact results to practical solar magnetic-field calculations is free of series truncation errors and is at least as economical as the approximate methods currently in use. Results of some test cases are presented.

1. An exact solution for the history-dependent material and delamination behavior of laminated plates subjected to cylindrical bending

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Williams, Todd O [Los Alamos National Laboratory

2009-01-01

The exact solution for the history-dependent behavior of laminated plates subjected to cylindrical bending is presented. The solution represents the extension of Pagano's solution to consider arbitrary types of constitutive behaviors for the individual lamina as well as arbitrary types of cohesive zones models for delamination behavior. Examples of the possible types of material behavior are plasticity, viscoelasticity, viscoplasticity, and damaging. Examples of possible CZMs that can be considered are linear, nonlinear hardening, as well as nonlinear with softening. The resulting solution is intended as a benchmark solution for considering the predictive capabilities of different plate theories. Initial results are presented for several types of history-dependent material behaviors. It is shown that the plate response in the presence of history-dependent behaviors can differ dramatically from the elastic response. These results have strong implications for what constitutes an appropriate plate theory for modeling such behaviors.

2. An exact solution to the relativistic equation of motion of a charged particle driven by a linearly polarized electromagnetic wave

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Shebalin, John V.

1988-01-01

An exact analytic solution is found for a basic electromagnetic wave-charged particle interaction by solving the nonlinear equations of motion. The particle position, velocity, and corresponding time are found to be explicit functions of the total phase of the wave. Particle position and velocity are thus implicit functions of time. Applications include describing the motion of a free electron driven by an intense laser beam..

3. Anomalous diffusion: exact solution of the generalized Langevin equation for harmonically bounded particle.

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Viñales, A D; Despósito, M A

2006-01-01

We study the effect of a disordered or fractal environment in the irreversible dynamics of a harmonic oscillator. Starting from a generalized Langevin equation and using Laplace analysis, we derive exact expressions for the mean values, variances, and velocity autocorrelation function of the particle in terms of generalized Mittag-Leffler functions. The long-time behaviors of these quantities are obtained and the presence of a whip-back effect is analyzed.

4. Barycentric Interpolation and Exact Integration Formulas for the Finite Volume Element Method

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Voitovich, Tatiana V.; Vandewalle, Stefan

2008-09-01

This contribution concerns with the construction of a simple and effective technology for the problem of exact integration of interpolation polynomials arising while discretizing partial differential equations by the finite volume element method on simplicial meshes. It is based on the element-wise representation of the local shape functions through barycentric coordinates (barycentric interpolation) and the introducing of classes of integration formulas for the exact integration of generic monomials of barycentric coordinates over the geometrical shapes defined by a barycentric dual mesh. Numerical examples are presented that illustrate the validity of the technology.

5. The zero mass limit of Kerr and Kerr-(anti-)de-Sitter space-times: exact solutions and wormholes

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Birkandan, T.; Hortaçsu, M.

2018-03-01

Heun-type exact solutions emerge for both the radial and the angular equations for the case of a scalar particle coupled to the zero mass limit of both the Kerr and Kerr-(anti)de-Sitter spacetime. Since any type D metric has Heun-type solutions, it is interesting that this property is retained in the zero mass case. This work further refutes the claims that M going to zero limit of the Kerr metric is both locally and globally the same as the Minkowski metric.

6. Exact Solutions of Rayleigh-Stokes Problem for Heated Generalized Maxwell Fluid in a Porous Half-Space

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Changfeng Xue

2008-01-01

Full Text Available The Rayleigh-Stokes problem for a generalized Maxwell fluid in a porous half-space with a heated flat plate is investigated. For the description of such a viscoelastic fluid, a fractional calculus approach in the constitutive relationship model is used. By using the Fourier sine transform and the fractional Laplace transform, exact solutions of the velocity and the temperature are obtained. Some classical results can be regarded as particular cases of our results, such as the classical solutions of the first problem of Stokes for Newtonian viscous fluids, Maxwell fluids, and Maxwell fluids in a porous half-space.

7. An FDTD method with FFT-accelerated exact absorbing boundary conditions

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Sirenko, Kostyantyn

2011-07-01

An accurate and efficient finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for analyzing axially symmetric structures is presented. The method achieves its accuracy and efficiency using exact absorbing conditions (EACs) for terminating the computation domain and a blocked-FFT based scheme for accelerating the computation of the temporal convolutions present in non-local EACs. The method is shown to be especially useful in characterization of long-duration resonant wave interactions. © 2011 IEEE.

8. On exact solutions of a heat-wave type with logarithmic front for the porous medium equation

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Kazakov, A. L.; Lempert, A. A.; Orlov, S. S.; Orlov, S. S.

2017-10-01

The paper deals with a nonlinear second-order parabolic equation with partial derivatives, which is usually called “the porous medium equation”. It describes the processes of heat and mass transfer as well as filtration of liquids and gases in porous media. In addition, it is used for mathematical modeling of growth and migration of population. Usually this equation is studied numerically like most other nonlinear equations of mathematical physics. So, the construction of exact solution in an explicit form is important to verify the numerical algorithms. The authors deal with a special solutions which are usually called “heat waves”. A new class of heat-wave type solutions of one-dimensional (plane-symmetric) porous medium equation is proposed and analyzed. A logarithmic heat wave front is studied in details. Considered equation has a singularity at the heat wave front, because the factor of the highest (second) derivative vanishes. The construction of these exact solutions reduces to the integration of a nonlinear second-order ordinary differential equation (ODE). Moreover, the Cauchy conditions lead us to the fact that this equation has a singularity at the initial point. In other words, the ODE inherits the singularity of the original problem. The qualitative analysis of the solutions of the ODE is carried out. The obtained results are interpreted from the point of view of the corresponding heat waves’ behavior. The most interesting is a damped solitary wave, the length of which is constant, and the amplitude decreases.

9. Exact Solutions of Generalized Modified Boussinesq, Kuramoto-Sivashinsky, and Camassa-Holm Equations via Double Reduction Theory

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Zulfiqar Ali

2013-01-01

Full Text Available We find exact solutions of the Generalized Modified Boussinesq (GMB equation, the Kuromoto-Sivashinsky (KS equation the and, Camassa-Holm (CH equation by utilizing the double reduction theory related to conserved vectors. The fourth order GMB equation involves the arbitrary function and mixed derivative terms in highest derivative. The partial Noether’s approach yields seven conserved vectors for GMB equation and one conserved for vector KS equation. Due to presence of mixed derivative term the conserved vectors for GMB equation derived by the Noether like theorem do not satisfy the divergence relationship. The extra terms that constitute the trivial part of conserved vectors are adjusted and the resulting conserved vectors satisfy the divergence property. The double reduction theory yields two independent solutions and one reduction for GMB equation and one solution for KS equation. For CH equation two independent solutions are obtained elsewhere by double reduction theory with the help of conserved Vectors.

10. An exact solution to the draining reservoir problem of the incompressible and non-viscous liquid

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Hong, Seok-In [Department of Science Education, Gyeongin National University of Education, Anyang 430-739 (Korea, Republic of)], E-mail: sihongtao@hanmail.net

2009-03-15

The exact expressions for the drain time and the height, velocity and acceleration of the free surface are found for the draining reservoir problem of the incompressible and non-viscous liquid. Contrary to the conventional approximate results, they correctly describe the initial time dependence of the liquid velocity and acceleration. Torricelli's law does not hold in the initial transient region, which imposes restrictions on the validity of the analogy between the drain system and the electric circuit (Ohm's law)

11. Switching synchronization in one-dimensional memristive networks: An exact solution

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Slipko, V. A.; Pershin, Y. V.

2017-12-01

We study a switching synchronization phenomenon taking place in one-dimensional memristive networks when the memristors switch from the high- to low-resistance state. It is assumed that the distributions of threshold voltages and switching rates of memristors are arbitrary. Using the Laplace transform, a set of nonlinear equations describing the memristors dynamics is solved exactly, without any approximations. The time dependencies of memristances are found, and it is shown that the voltage falls across memristors are proportional to their threshold voltages. A compact expression for the network switching time is derived.

12. On the exact solutions of nonlinear diffusion-reaction equations with ...

It is interesting to note that the linearly independent solutions C++ and C+− of eq. (16) respectively represent the kink and antikink-shaped soliton solutions in analogy with other versions of the nonlinear D-R equations studied in the literature. (see p. 289 of [4]). The kink and antikink-shaped solitons resulting from these.

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SUSANTO CHAKRABORTY1 and PRANAB KRISHNA CHANDA2. 1Central Drugs Laboratory, 3 Kyd Street, Kolkata 700 016, India. 2Siliguri B.Ed. College, .... Equations (1.4) with a physical origin stated have been found to have interesting solutions and mathematical characteristics. Charap [2] obtained solutions for (1.4).

14. Stable, Time-Dependent, Exact Solutions for Brane Models with a Bulk Scalar Field

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Lee, S; Olive, Keith A; Kanti, Panagiota; Lee, Seokcheon; Olive, Keith A.

2003-01-01

We derive two classes of brane-world solutions arising in the presence of a bulk scalar field. For static field configurations, we adopt a time-dependent, factorizable metric ansatz that allows for radion stabilization. The solutions are characterized by a non-trivial warping along the extra dimension, even in the case of a vanishing bulk cosmological constant, and lead to a variety of inflationary, time-dependent solutions of the 3D scale factor on the brane. We also derive the constraints necessary for the stability of these solutions under time-dependent perturbations of the radion field, and we demonstrate the existence of phenomenologically interesting, stable solutions with a positive cosmological constant on the brane.

15. Exact and grid-free solutions to the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards traffic flow model with bounded acceleration for a class of fundamental diagrams

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Qiu, Shanwen

2013-09-01

In this article, we propose a new exact and grid-free numerical scheme for computing solutions associated with an hybrid traffic flow model based on the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards (LWR) partial differential equation, for a class of fundamental diagrams. In this hybrid flow model, the vehicles satisfy the LWR equation whenever possible, and have a constant acceleration otherwise. We first propose a mathematical definition of the solution as a minimization problem. We use this formulation to build a grid-free solution method for this model based on the minimization of component function. We then derive these component functions analytically for triangular fundamental diagrams, which are commonly used to model traffic flow. We also show that the proposed computational method can handle fixed or moving bottlenecks. A toolbox implementation of the resulting algorithm is briefly discussed, and posted at https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1318701/Toolbox.zip. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.

16. Exact solution for the fractional cable equation with nonlocal boundary conditions

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Bazhlekova, Emilia; Dimovski, Ivan

2013-10-01

The fractional cable equation is studied on a bounded space domain. One of the prescribed boundary conditions is of Dirichlet type, the other is of a general form, which includes the case of nonlocal boundary conditions. In real problems nonlocal boundary conditions are prescribed when the data on the boundary can not be measured directly. We apply spectral projection operators to convert the problem to a system of integral equations in any generalized eigenspace. In this way we prove uniqueness of the solution and give an algorithm for constructing the solution in the form of an expansion in terms of the generalized eigenfunctions and three-parameter Mittag-Leffler functions. Explicit representation of the solution is given for the case of double eigenvalues. We consider some examples and as a particular case we recover a recent result. The asymptotic behavior of the solution is also studied.

17. Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional parallel Kawasaki model: Exact solution and mean-field approximations

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Pazzona, Federico G.; Demontis, Pierfranco; Suffritti, Giuseppe B.

2014-08-01

The adsorption isotherm for the recently proposed parallel Kawasaki (PK) lattice-gas model [Phys. Rev. E 88, 062144 (2013), 10.1103/PhysRevE.88.062144] is calculated exactly in one dimension. To do so, a third-order difference equation for the grand-canonical partition function is derived and solved analytically. In the present version of the PK model, the attraction and repulsion effects between two neighboring particles and between a particle and a neighboring empty site are ruled, respectively, by the dimensionless parameters ϕ and θ. We discuss the inflections induced in the isotherms by situations of high repulsion, the role played by finite lattice sizes in the emergence of substeps, and the adequacy of the two most widely used mean-field approximations in lattice gases, namely, the Bragg-Williams and the Bethe-Peierls approximations.

18. Self-regulatory gene: An exact solution for the gene gate model

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Vandecan, Yves; Blossey, Ralf

2013-04-01

The stochastic dynamics of gene expression is often described by highly abstract models involving only the key molecular actors DNA, RNA, and protein, neglecting all further details of the transcription and translation processes. One example of such models is the “gene gate model,” which contains a minimal set of actors and kinetic parameters, which allows us to describe the regulation of a gene by both repression and activation. Based on this approach, we formulate a master equation for the case of a single gene regulated by its own product—a transcription factor—and solve it exactly. The obtained gene product distributions display features of mono- and bimodality, depending on the choice of parameters. We discuss our model in the perspective of other models in the literature.

19. An exact solution for the Hawking effect in a dispersive fluid

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Philbin, T G

2016-01-01

We consider the wave equation for sound in a moving fluid with a fourth-order anomalous dispersion relation. The velocity of the fluid is a linear function of position, giving two points in the flow where the fluid velocity matches the group velocity of low-frequency waves. We find the exact scattering coefficients for wave propagation in the flow. The scattering shows amplification of classical waves, leading to spontaneous emission when the waves are quantized. In the dispersionless limit the system corresponds to a 1+1-dimensional black-hole or white-hole binary and there is a thermal spectrum of Hawking radiation from each horizon. Dispersion changes the scattering coefficients so that the quantum emission is no longer thermal.

20. (1+1-dimensional gauge symmetric gravity model and related exact black hole and cosmological solutions in string theory

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2017-10-01

Full Text Available We introduce a four-dimensional extension of the Poincaré algebra (N in (1+1-dimensional space-time and obtain a (1+1-dimensional gauge symmetric gravity model using the algebra N. We show that the obtained gravity model is dual (canonically transformed to the (1+1-dimensional anti de Sitter (AdS gravity. We also obtain some black hole and Friedmann–Robertson–Walker (FRW solutions by solving its classical equations of motion. Then, we study A4,8A1⊗A1 gauged Wess–Zumino–Witten (WZW model and obtain some exact black hole and cosmological solutions in string theory. We show that some obtained black hole and cosmological metrics in string theory are same as the metrics obtained in solutions of our gauge symmetric gravity model.

1. (1 + 1)-dimensional gauge symmetric gravity model and related exact black hole and cosmological solutions in string theory

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2017-10-01

We introduce a four-dimensional extension of the Poincaré algebra (N) in (1 + 1)-dimensional space-time and obtain a (1 + 1)-dimensional gauge symmetric gravity model using the algebra N. We show that the obtained gravity model is dual (canonically transformed) to the (1 + 1)-dimensional anti de Sitter (AdS) gravity. We also obtain some black hole and Friedmann-Robertson-Walker (FRW) solutions by solving its classical equations of motion. Then, we study A4,8A1/⊗A1 gauged Wess-Zumino-Witten (WZW) model and obtain some exact black hole and cosmological solutions in string theory. We show that some obtained black hole and cosmological metrics in string theory are same as the metrics obtained in solutions of our gauge symmetric gravity model.

2. On two exact solutions of time fractional heat equations using different transforms

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Ibrahim Rabha W.

2015-01-01

Full Text Available Two solutions of time fractional differential equations are illustrated. The first one converges to functional space in term of Weyl transform in L2(R, while the second solution approaches to the Fox function with respect to time, by using the Fourier and Laplace-Mellin transforms. The fractional calculus is taken in the sense of the Riemann-Liouville fractional differential operator.

3. Exact Solutions on Twisted Rings for the 3D Navier-Stokes Equations

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Funaro, Daniele

2011-01-01

The problem of describing the behavior of the solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations in three space dimensions has always been borderline. From one side, due to the viscosity term, smooth data seem to produce solutions with an everlasting regular behavior. On the other hand, the lack of a convincing theoretical analysis suggests the existence of possible counterexamples. In particular, one cannot exclude the blowing up of solutions in finite time even in presence of smooth data. Here we give examples of explicit solutions of the non-homogeneous equations. These are defined on a Hill's type vortex where the flow is rotating and swirling at the same time, inducing the flux to spiraling at a central node. Despite the appearance, the solution still remains very regular at the agglomeration point. The analysis may lead to a better understanding of the subtle problem of characterizing the solution space of the 3D Navier-Stokes equations. For instance, this result makes more narrow the path to the search of counte...

4. Exact Solutions to the Double Travelling Salesman Problem with Multiple Stacks

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Petersen, Hanne L.; Archetti, Claudia; Speranza, M. Grazia

2010-01-01

In this paper we present mathematical programming formulations and solution approaches for the optimal solution of the Double Travelling Salesman Problem with Multiple Stacks (DTSPMS). A set of orders is given, each one requiring transportation of one item from a customer in a pickup region...... to a customer in a delivery region. The vehicle available for the transportation in each region carries a container. The container is organized in rows of given length. Each row is handled independently from the others according to a LIFO (Last In First Out) stack policy. The DTSPMS problem consists...... of determining the pickup tour, the loading plan of the container and the delivery tour in such a way that the total length of the two tours is minimized. The formulations are based on different modelling ideas and each formulation gives rise to a specific solution approach. We present computational results...

5. Spherical and nonspherical models of primordial black hole formation: exact solutions

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2015-01-01

We construct spacetimes which provide spherical and nonspherical models of black hole formation in the flat Friedmann-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) universe with the Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi solution and the Szekeres quasispherical solution, respectively. These dust solutions may contain both shell-crossing and shell-focusing naked singularities. These singularities can be physically regarded as the breakdown of dust description, where strong pressure gradient force plays a role. We adopt the simultaneous big bang condition to extract a growing mode of adiabatic perturbation in the flat FLRW universe. If the density perturbation has a sufficiently homogeneous central region and a sufficiently sharp transition to the background FLRW universe, its central shell-focusing singularity is globally covered. If the density concentration is {\\it sufficiently large}, there appears no shell-crossing singularity and a black hole is formed. If the density concentration is {\\it not sufficiently large}, there appears shell-...

6. Exact Methods for Multi-echelon Inventory Control : Incorporating Shipment Decisions and Detailed Demand Information

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Stenius, Olle

2016-01-01

Recent advances in information technologies and an increased environmental awareness have altered the prerequisites for successful logistics. For companies operating on a global market, inventory control of distribution systems is often an essential part of their logistics planning. In this context, the research objective of this thesis is: To develop exact methods for stochastic inventory control of multi-echelon distribution systems incorporating shipment decisions and/or detailed d...

7. Exact lowest-Landau-level solutions for vortex precession in Bose-Einstein condensates

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Biasi, Anxo; Bizoń, Piotr; Craps, Ben; Evnin, Oleg

2017-11-01

The lowest Landau level (LLL) equation emerges as an accurate approximation for a class of dynamical regimes of Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC) in two-dimensional isotropic harmonic traps in the limit of weak interactions. Building on recent developments in the field of spatially confined extended Hamiltonian systems, we find a fully nonlinear solution of this equation representing periodically modulated precession of a single vortex. Motions of this type have been previously seen in numerical simulations and experiments at moderately weak coupling. Our paper provides a controlled analytic prediction for trajectories of a single vortex, suggests new targets for experiments, and opens up the prospect of finding analytic multivortex solutions.

8. Simple and exact approach to the electronic polarization effect on the solvation free energy: formulation for quantum-mechanical/molecular-mechanical system and its applications to aqueous solutions.

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Takahashi, Hideaki; Omi, Atsushi; Morita, Akihiro; Matubayasi, Nobuyuki

2012-06-07

We present a simple and exact numerical approach to compute the free energy contribution δμ in solvation due to the electron density polarization and fluctuation of a quantum-mechanical solute in the quantum-mechanical/molecular-mechanical (QM/MM) simulation combined with the theory of the energy representation (QM/MM-ER). Since the electron density fluctuation is responsible for the many-body QM-MM interactions, the standard version of the energy representation method cannot be applied directly. Instead of decomposing the QM-MM polarization energy into the pairwise additive and non-additive contributions, we take sum of the polarization energies in the QM-MM interaction and adopt it as a new energy coordinate for the method of energy representation. Then, it is demonstrated that the free energy δμ can be exactly formulated in terms of the energy distribution functions for the solution and reference systems with respect to this energy coordinate. The benchmark tests were performed to examine the numerical efficiency of the method with respect to the changes in the individual properties of the solvent and the solute. Explicitly, we computed the solvation free energy of a QM water molecule in ambient and supercritical water, and also the free-energy change associated with the isomerization reaction of glycine from neutral to zwitterionic structure in aqueous solution. In all the systems examined, it was demonstrated that the computed free energy δμ agrees with the experimental value, irrespective of the choice of the reference electron density of the QM solute. The present method was also applied to a prototype reaction of adenosine 5'-triphosphate hydrolysis where the effect of the electron density fluctuation is substantial due to the excess charge. It was demonstrated that the experimental free energy of the reaction has been accurately reproduced with the present approach.

9. On the exact solutions of nonlinear diffusion-reaction equations with ...

Attempts have been made to look for the soliton content in the solutions of the recently studied nonlinear diffusion-reaction equations [R S Kaushal, J. Phys. 38, 3897 (2005)] involving quadratic or cubic nonlinearities in addition to the convective flux term which renders the system nonconservative and the corresponding ...

10. Exact Solution of the Two-Level System and the Einstein Solid in the Microcanonical Formalism

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Bertoldi, Dalia S.; Bringa, Eduardo M.; Miranda, E. N.

2011-01-01

The two-level system and the Einstein model of a crystalline solid are taught in every course of statistical mechanics and they are solved in the microcanonical formalism because the number of accessible microstates can be easily evaluated. However, their solutions are usually presented using the Stirling approximation to deal with factorials. In…

11. Exact solutions for nonlinear variants of Kadomtsev–Petviashvili (n,n ...

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Dec 5, 2013 ... 2Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Mazandaran,. Babolsar, Iran. ∗ ... into the physical aspects of problems and may be easily used in other applications. In mathematics, for a nonlinear partial differential equation (PDE), usually the travelling wave solutions are ...

12. Symmetry Analysis and Exact Solutions of the 2D Unsteady Incompressible Boundary-Layer Equations

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Han, Zhong; Chen, Yong

2017-01-01

To find intrinsically different symmetry reductions and inequivalent group invariant solutions of the 2D unsteady incompressible boundary-layer equations, a two-dimensional optimal system is constructed which attributed to the classification of the corresponding Lie subalgebras. The comprehensiveness and inequivalence of the optimal system are shown clearly under different values of invariants. Then by virtue of the optimal system obtained, the boundary-layer equations are directly reduced to a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) by only one step. It has been shown that not only do we recover many of the known results but also find some new reductions and explicit solutions, which may be previously unknown. Supported by the Global Change Research Program of China under Grant No. 2015CB953904, National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 11275072, 11435005, 11675054, and Shanghai Collaborative Innovation Center of Trustworthy Software for Internet of Things under Grant No. ZF1213

13. Understanding looping kinetics of a long polymer molecule in solution. Exact solution for delta function sink model

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Ganguly, Moumita; Chakraborty, Aniruddha

2017-10-01

A diffusion theory for intramolecular reactions of polymer chain in dilute solution is formulated. We give a detailed analytical expression for calculation of rate of polymer looping in solution. The physical problem of looping can be modeled mathematically with the use of a Smoluchowski-like equation with a Dirac delta function sink of finite strength. The solution of this equation is expressed in terms of Laplace Transform of the Green's function for end-to-end motion of the polymer in absence of the sink. We have defined two different rate constants, the long term rate constant and the average rate constant. The average rate constant and long term rate constant varies with several parameters such as length of the polymer (N), bond length (b) and the relaxation time τR. The long term rate constant is independent of the initial probability distribution.

14. Stochastic models of gene transcription with upstream drives: exact solution and sample path characterization.

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Dattani, Justine; Barahona, Mauricio

2017-01-01

Gene transcription is a highly stochastic and dynamic process. As a result, the mRNA copy number of a given gene is heterogeneous both between cells and across time. We present a framework to model gene transcription in populations of cells with time-varying (stochastic or deterministic) transcription and degradation rates. Such rates can be understood as upstream cellular drives representing the effect of different aspects of the cellular environment. We show that the full solution of the master equation contains two components: a model-specific, upstream effective drive, which encapsulates the effect of cellular drives (e.g. entrainment, periodicity or promoter randomness) and a downstream transcriptional Poissonian part, which is common to all models. Our analytical framework treats cell-to-cell and dynamic variability consistently, unifying several approaches in the literature. We apply the obtained solution to characterize different models of experimental relevance, and to explain the influence on gene transcription of synchrony, stationarity, ergodicity, as well as the effect of time scales and other dynamic characteristics of drives. We also show how the solution can be applied to the analysis of noise sources in single-cell data, and to reduce the computational cost of stochastic simulations. © 2017 The Authors.

15. Properties and solution methods for large location-allocation problems

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Juel, Henrik; Love, Robert F.

1982-01-01

Location-allocation with l$_p$ distances is studied. It is shown that this structure can be expressed as a concave minimization programming problem. Since concave minimization algorithms are not yet well developed, five solution methods are developed which utilize the special properties...... of the location-allocation problem. Using the rectilinear distance measure, two of these algorithms achieved optimal solutions in all 102 test problems for which solutions were known. The algorithms can be applied to much larger problems than any existing exact methods....

16. Exact solution to the steady-state dynamics of a periodically modulated resonator

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Momchil Minkov

2017-07-01

Full Text Available We provide an analytic solution to the coupled-mode equations describing the steady-state of a single periodically modulated optical resonator driven by a monochromatic input. The phenomenology of this system was qualitatively understood only in the adiabatic limit, i.e., for low modulation speed. However, both in and out of this regime, we find highly non-trivial effects for specific parameters of the modulation. For example, we show complete suppression of the transmission even with zero detuning between the input and the static resonator frequency. We also demonstrate the possibility for complete, lossless frequency conversion of the input into the sideband frequencies, as well as for optimizing the transmitted signal towards a given target temporal waveform. The analytic results are validated by first-principle simulations.

17. Exact and Approximate Solutions of Fractional Partial Differential Equations for Water Movement in Soils

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Ninghu Su

2017-01-01

Full Text Available This paper presents solutions of the fractional partial differential equation (fPDE for analysing water movement in soils. The fPDE explains processes equivalent to the concept of symmetrical fractional derivatives (SFDs which have two components: the forward fractional derivative (FFD and backward fractional derivative (BFD of water movement in soils with the BFD representing the micro-scale backwater effect in porous media. The distributed-order time-space fPDE represents water movement in both swelling and non-swelling soils with mobile and immobile zones with the backwater effect operating at two time scales in large and small pores. The concept of flux-concentration relation is now updated to account for the relative fractional flux of water movement in soils.

18. Solution exacte des équations d'Einstein-Maxwell decrivant un trou noir chargé dans un champ électrique exterieur.

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Matagne, E.

1994-07-01

This paper reports an exact solution of the Einstein-Maxwell equations. This solution has at the origin of the spatial coordinates a singularity of the Reissner-Nordström type. Far outside, it is a uniform electric field embedded into a Melvin metric. The entire solution is static, but an acceleration with the classical value qE/m can be shown.

19. Families of exact solutions for linear and nonlinear wave equations with a variable speed of sound and their use in solving initial boundary value problems

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Trifonov, E. V.

2017-07-01

We propose a procedure for multiplying solutions of linear and nonlinear one-dimensional wave equations, where the speed of sound can be an arbitrary function of one variable. We obtain exact solutions. We show that the functional series comprising these solutions can be used to solve initial boundary value problems. For this, we introduce a special scalar product.

20. A fast exact simulation method for a class of Markov jump processes.

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Li, Yao; Hu, Lili

2015-11-14

A new method of the stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA), named the Hashing-Leaping method (HLM), for exact simulations of a class of Markov jump processes, is presented in this paper. The HLM has a conditional constant computational cost per event, which is independent of the number of exponential clocks in the Markov process. The main idea of the HLM is to repeatedly implement a hash-table-like bucket sort algorithm for all times of occurrence covered by a time step with length τ. This paper serves as an introduction to this new SSA method. We introduce the method, demonstrate its implementation, analyze its properties, and compare its performance with three other commonly used SSA methods in four examples. Our performance tests and CPU operation statistics show certain advantages of the HLM for large scale problems.

1. A fast exact simulation method for a class of Markov jump processes

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Li, Yao, E-mail: yaoli@math.umass.edu [Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts 10003 (United States); Hu, Lili, E-mail: lilyhu86@gmail.com [School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332 (United States)

2015-11-14

A new method of the stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA), named the Hashing-Leaping method (HLM), for exact simulations of a class of Markov jump processes, is presented in this paper. The HLM has a conditional constant computational cost per event, which is independent of the number of exponential clocks in the Markov process. The main idea of the HLM is to repeatedly implement a hash-table-like bucket sort algorithm for all times of occurrence covered by a time step with length τ. This paper serves as an introduction to this new SSA method. We introduce the method, demonstrate its implementation, analyze its properties, and compare its performance with three other commonly used SSA methods in four examples. Our performance tests and CPU operation statistics show certain advantages of the HLM for large scale problems.

2. Some Exact Solutions of Boundary Layer Flows along a Vertical Plate with Buoyancy Forces Combined with Lorentz Forces under Uniform Suction

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Asterios Pantokratoras

2008-01-01

Full Text Available Exact analytical solutions of boundary layer flows along a vertical porous plate with uniform suction are derived and presented in this paper. The solutions concern the Blasius, Sakiadis, and Blasius-Sakiadis flows with buoyancy forces combined with either MHD Lorentz or EMHD Lorentz forces. In addition, some exact solutions are presented specifically for water in the temperature range of 0∘C≤≤8∘C, where water density is nearly parabolic. Except for their use as benchmarking means for testing the numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations, the presented exact solutions with EMHD forces have use in flow separation control in aeronautics and hydronautics, whereas the MHD results have applications in process metallurgy and fusion technology. These analytical solutions are valid for flows with strong suction.

3. Exact solutions for the static bending of Euler-Bernoulli beams using Eringen’s two-phase local/nonlocal model

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Wang, Y. B. [Department of Mathematics, ShaoXing University, No.900, ChengNan Avenue 312000, ShaoXing, Zhejiang (China); Zhu, X. W., E-mail: xiaowuzhu1026@znufe.edu.cn [School of Statistics and Mathematics, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan 430073 (China); Dai, H. H. [Department of Mathematics, City University of HongKong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (China)

2016-08-15

Though widely used in modelling nano- and micro- structures, Eringen’s differential model shows some inconsistencies and recent study has demonstrated its differences between the integral model, which then implies the necessity of using the latter model. In this paper, an analytical study is taken to analyze static bending of nonlocal Euler-Bernoulli beams using Eringen’s two-phase local/nonlocal model. Firstly, a reduction method is proved rigorously, with which the integral equation in consideration can be reduced to a differential equation with mixed boundary value conditions. Then, the static bending problem is formulated and four types of boundary conditions with various loadings are considered. By solving the corresponding differential equations, exact solutions are obtained explicitly in all of the cases, especially for the paradoxical cantilever beam problem. Finally, asymptotic analysis of the exact solutions reveals clearly that, unlike the differential model, the integral model adopted herein has a consistent softening effect. Comparisons are also made with existing analytical and numerical results, which further shows the advantages of the analytical results obtained. Additionally, it seems that the once controversial nonlocal bar problem in the literature is well resolved by the reduction method.

4. Quenching the Anisotropic Heisenberg Chain: Exact Solution and Generalized Gibbs Ensemble Predictions

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Wouters, B.; De Nardis, J.; Brockmann, M.; Fioretto, D.; Rigol, M.; Caux, J.-S.

2014-01-01

We study quenches in integrable spin-1/2 chains in which we evolve the ground state of the antiferromagnetic Ising model with the anisotropic Heisenberg Hamiltonian. For this nontrivially interacting situation, an application of the first-principles-based quench-action method allows us to give an

5. Invariance, Conservation Laws, and Exact Solutions of the Nonlinear Cylindrical Fin Equation

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Ali, Saeed M.; Bokhari, Ashfaque H.; Zaman, Fiazuddin D.; Kara, Abdul H.

2014-06-01

Fins are heat exchange surfaces which are used widely in industry. The partial differential equation arising from heat transfer in a fin of cylindrical shape with temperature dependent thermal diffusivity are studied. The method of multipliers and invariance of the differential equations is employed to obtain conservation laws and perform double reduction.

6. On the stability of the exact solutions of the dual-phase lagging model of heat conduction

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2011-12-01

The dual-phase lagging (DPL) model has been considered as one of the most promising theoretical approaches to generalize the classical Fourier law for heat conduction involving short time and space scales. Its applicability, potential, equivalences, and possible drawbacks have been discussed in the current literature. In this study, the implications of solving the exact DPL model of heat conduction in a three-dimensional bounded domain solution are explored. Based on the principle of causality, it is shown that the temperature gradient must be always the cause and the heat flux must be the effect in the process of heat transfer under the dual-phase model. This fact establishes explicitly that the single- and DPL models with different physical origins are mathematically equivalent. In addition, taking into account the properties of the Lambert W function and by requiring that the temperature remains stable, in such a way that it does not go to infinity when the time increases, it is shown that the DPL model in its exact form cannot provide a general description of the heat conduction phenomena.

7. On the worst-case complexity of the gradient method with exact line search for smooth strongly convex functions

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de Klerk, Etienne; Glineur, Francois; Taylor, Adrien

2017-01-01

We consider the gradient (or steepest) descent method with exact line search applied to a strongly convex function with Lipschitz continuous gradient. We establish the exact worst-case rate of convergence of this scheme, and show that this worst-case behavior is exhibited by a certain convex

8. On the Worst-Case Complexity of the Gradient Method with Exact Line Search for Smooth Strongly Convex Functions

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de Klerk, Etienne; Glineur, Francois; Taylor, Adrien

2016-01-01

We consider the gradient (or steepest) descent method with exact line search applied to a strongly convex function with Lipschitz continuous gradient. We establish the exact worst-case rate of convergence of this scheme, and show that this worst-case behavior is exhibited by a certain convex

9. A Numberable Set of Exact Solutions for the Macroscopic Approach to Extended Thermodynamics of Polyatomic Gases with Many Moments

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Maria Cristina Carrisi

2016-01-01

Full Text Available A new model for Polyatomic Gases with an arbitrary but fixed number of moments has been recently proposed and investigated in the framework of Extended Thermodynamics; the arbitrariness of the number of moments is linked to a number N and the resulting model is called an N-Model. This model has been elaborated in order to take into account the entropy principle, the Galilean relativity principle, and some symmetry conditions. It has been proved that the solution for all these conditions exists, but it has not been written explicitly because hard notation is necessary; it has only been shown how the theory is self-generating in the sense that if we know the closure of the N-Model, then we will be able to find that of (N+1-Model. Up to now only a single particular solution has been found in this regard. Instead of this, we find here a numberable set of exact solutions which hold for every fixed number N.

10. Online Learning through Moving Ensemble Teachers — An Exact Solution of a Linear Model —

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Nabetani, Takahiro; Miyoshi, Seiji

2014-05-01

Since a model in which a student learns from two or more teachers who themselves are learning has a certain similarity with actual human society, the analysis of such a model is interesting. In this paper, a model composed of a true teacher, multiple moving ensemble teachers existing around the true teacher, and a student, which are all linear perceptions, is analyzed using the statistical-mechanical method in the framework of on-line learning. The dependences of the generalization performance on the ensemble teachers' learning rate, the student's learning rate, and the number of ensemble teachers are clarified. Furthermore, it is shown that the generalization error can be reduced to the lower bound in the case of moving ensemble teachers, while there are unattainable generalization errors in the case of stationary ensemble teachers. These results show that it is important for teachers to continue learning in order to educate students.

11. EXACT SOLUTION FOR TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF FG-CNT-REINFORCED MINDLIN PLATES

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2016-03-01

Full Text Available This research deals with the buckling analysis of nanocomposite polymeric temperature-dependent plates reinforced by single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs. For the carbon-nanotube reinforced composite (CNTRC plate, uniform distribution (UD and three types of functionally graded (FG distribution patterns of SWCNT reinforcements are assumed. The material properties of FG-CNTRC plate are graded in the thickness direction and estimated based on the rule of mixture. The CNTRC is located in a elastic medium which is simulated with temperature-dependent Pasternak medium. Based on orthotropic Mindlin plate theory, the governing equations are derived using Hamilton’s principle and solved by Navier method. The influences of the volume fractions of carbon nanotubes, elastic medium, temperature and distribution type of CNTs are considered on the buckling of the plate. Results indicate that CNT distribution close to top and bottom are more efficient than those distributed nearby the mid-plane for increasing the stiffness of plates.

12. Solution Methods for the Periodic Petrol Station Replenishment Problem

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C Triki

2013-12-01

Full Text Available In this paper we introduce the Periodic Petrol Station Replenishment Problem (PPSRP over a T-day planning horizon and describe four heuristic methods for its solution. Even though all the proposed heuristics belong to the common partitioning-then-routing paradigm, they differ in assigning the stations to each day of the horizon. The resulting daily routing problems are then solved exactly until achieving optimalization. Moreover, an improvement procedure is also developed with the aim of ensuring a better quality solution. Our heuristics are tested and compared in two real-life cases, and our computational results show encouraging improvements with respect to a human planning solution

13. Nonlinear reaction-diffusion systems conditional symmetry, exact solutions and their applications in biology

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Cherniha, Roman

2017-01-01

This book presents several fundamental results in solving nonlinear reaction-diffusion equations and systems using symmetry-based methods. Reaction-diffusion systems are fundamental modeling tools for mathematical biology with applications to ecology, population dynamics, pattern formation, morphogenesis, enzymatic reactions and chemotaxis. The book discusses the properties of nonlinear reaction-diffusion systems, which are relevant for biological applications, from the symmetry point of view, providing rigorous definitions and constructive algorithms to search for conditional symmetry (a nontrivial generalization of the well-known Lie symmetry) of nonlinear reaction-diffusion systems. In order to present applications to population dynamics, it focuses mainly on two- and three-component diffusive Lotka-Volterra systems. While it is primarily a valuable guide for researchers working with reaction-diffusion systems  and those developing the theoretical aspects of conditional symmetry conception,...

14. Quantum interference in multi-branched molecules: The exact transfer matrix solutions

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Jiang, Yu

2017-12-01

We present a transfer matrix formalism for studying quantum interference in a single molecule electronic system with internal branched structures. Based on the Schrödinger equation with the Bethe ansatz and employing Kirchhoff's rule for quantum wires, we derive a general closed-form expression for the transmission and reflection amplitudes of a two-port quantum network. We show that the transport through a molecule with complex internal structures can be reduced to that of a single two-port scattering unit, which contains all the information of the original composite molecule. Our method allows for the calculation of the transmission coefficient for various types of individual molecular modules giving rise to different resonant transport behaviors such as the Breit-Wigner, Fano, and Mach-Zehnder resonances. As an illustration, we first re-derive the transmittance of the Aharonov-Bohm ring, and then we apply our formulation to N identical parity-time (P T )-symmetric potentials, connected in series as well as in parallel. It is shown that the spectral singularities and P T -symmetric transitions of single scattering cells may be observed in coupled systems. Such transitions may occur at the same or distinct values of the critical parameters, depending on the connection modes under which the scattering objects are coupled.

15. Solution of (3+1-Dimensional Nonlinear Cubic Schrodinger Equation by Differential Transform Method

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Hassan A. Zedan

2012-01-01

Full Text Available Four-dimensional differential transform method has been introduced and fundamental theorems have been defined for the first time. Moreover, as an application of four-dimensional differential transform, exact solutions of nonlinear system of partial differential equations have been investigated. The results of the present method are compared very well with analytical solution of the system. Differential transform method can easily be applied to linear or nonlinear problems and reduces the size of computational work. With this method, exact solutions may be obtained without any need of cumbersome work, and it is a useful tool for analytical and numerical solutions.

16. Electronic properties of antiferromagnetic UBi2 metal by exact exchange for correlated electrons method

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E Ghasemikhah

2012-03-01

Full Text Available This study investigated the electronic properties of antiferromagnetic UBi2 metal by using ab initio calculations based on the density functional theory (DFT, employing the augmented plane waves plus local orbital method. We used the exact exchange for correlated electrons (EECE method to calculate the exchange-correlation energy under a variety of hybrid functionals. Electric field gradients (EFGs at the uranium site in UBi2 compound were calculated and compared with the experiment. The EFGs were predicted experimentally at the U site to be very small in this compound. The EFG calculated by the EECE functional are in agreement with the experiment. The densities of states (DOSs show that 5f U orbital is hybrided with the other orbitals. The plotted Fermi surfaces show that there are two kinds of charges on Fermi surface of this compound.

17. Highly efficient and exact method for parallelization of grid-based algorithms and its implementation in DelPhi.

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Li, Chuan; Li, Lin; Zhang, Jie; Alexov, Emil

2012-09-15

The Gauss-Seidel (GS) method is a standard iterative numerical method widely used to solve a system of equations and, in general, is more efficient comparing to other iterative methods, such as the Jacobi method. However, standard implementation of the GS method restricts its utilization in parallel computing due to its requirement of using updated neighboring values (i.e., in current iteration) as soon as they are available. Here, we report an efficient and exact (not requiring assumptions) method to parallelize iterations and to reduce the computational time as a linear/nearly linear function of the number of processes or computing units. In contrast to other existing solutions, our method does not require any assumptions and is equally applicable for solving linear and nonlinear equations. This approach is implemented in the DelPhi program, which is a finite difference Poisson-Boltzmann equation solver to model electrostatics in molecular biology. This development makes the iterative procedure on obtaining the electrostatic potential distribution in the parallelized DelPhi several folds faster than that in the serial code. Further, we demonstrate the advantages of the new parallelized DelPhi by computing the electrostatic potential and the corresponding energies of large supramolecular structures. Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

18. The exact analytical solution of the problem on the average number of spikes of the narrowband Gaussian stochastic process

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Ivan D. Lobanov

2016-06-01

Full Text Available In this article, the problem of the number of spikes (level crossings of the stationary narrowband Gaussian process has been considered. The process was specified by an exponentially-cosine autocorrelation function. The problem had been solved earlier by Rice in terms of the joint probabilities’ density of the process and its derivative with respect to time, but in our article we obtained the solution using the functional of probabilities’ density (the functional was obtained by Amiantov, as well as an expansion of the canonical stochastic process. In this article, the optimal canonical expansion of a narrowband stochastic process based on the work of Filimonov and Denisov was also considered to solve the problem. The application of all these resources allowed obtaining an exact analytical solution of the problem on spikes of stationary narrowband Gaussian process. The obtained formulae could be used to solve, for example, some problems about the residual resource of some radiotechnical products, about the breaking sea waves and others.

19. A photon counting and a squeezing measurement method by the exact absorption and dispersion spectrum of Λ-type Atoms.

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Naeimi, Ghasem; Alipour, Samira; Khademi, Siamak

2016-01-01

Recently, the master equations for the interaction of two-mode photons with a three-level Λ-type atom are exactly solved for the coherence terms. In this paper the exact absorption spectrum is applied for the presentation of a non-demolition photon counting method, for a few number of coupling photons, and its benefits are discussed. The exact scheme is also applied where the coupling photons are squeezed and the photon counting method is also developed for the measurement of the squeezing parameter of the coupling photons.

20. Lie symmetry analysis, Bäcklund transformations, and exact solutions of a (2 + 1)-dimensional Boiti-Leon-Pempinelli system

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Zhao, Zhonglong; Han, Bo

2017-10-01

In this paper, the Lie symmetry analysis method is employed to investigate the Lie point symmetries and the one-parameter transformation groups of a (2 + 1)-dimensional Boiti-Leon-Pempinelli system. By using Ibragimov's method, the optimal system of one-dimensional subalgebras of this system is constructed. Truncated Painlevé analysis is used for deriving the Bäcklund transformation. The method of constructing lump-type solutions of integrable equations by means of Bäcklund transformation is first presented. Meanwhile, the lump-type solutions of the (2 + 1)-dimensional Boiti-Leon-Pempinelli system are obtained. The lump-type wave is one kind of rogue wave. The fusion-type N-solitary wave solutions are also constructed. In addition, this system is integrable in terms of the consistent Riccati expansion method.

1. The solutions of three dimensional Fredholm integral equations using Adomian decomposition method

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2016-06-01

This paper presents the solutions of three dimensional Fredholm integral equations by using Adomian decomposition method (ADM). Some examples of these types of equations are tested to show the reliability of the technique. The solutions obtained by ADM give an excellent agreement with exact solution.

2. Analytical solution methods for geodesic motion

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Hackmann, Eva

2015-01-01

The observation of the motion of particles and light near a gravitating object is until now the only way to explore and to measure the gravitational field. In the case of exact black hole solutions of the Einstein equations the gravitational field is characterized by a small number of parameters which can be read off from the observables related to the orbits of test particles and light rays. Here we review the state of the art of analytical solutions of geodesic equations in various space--times. In particular we consider the four dimensional black hole space--times of Pleba\\'nski--Demia\\'nski type as far as the geodesic equation separates, as well as solutions in higher dimensions, and also solutions with cosmic strings. The mathematical tools used are elliptic and hyperelliptic functions. We present a list of analytic solutions which can be found in the literature.

3. Exact solution for the inhomogeneous Dicke model in the canonical ensemble: Thermodynamical limit and finite-size corrections

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Pogosov, W.V., E-mail: walter.pogosov@gmail.com [N.L. Dukhov All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics, Moscow (Russian Federation); Institute for Theoretical and Applied Electrodynamics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow (Russian Federation); Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dolgoprudny (Russian Federation); Shapiro, D.S. [N.L. Dukhov All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics, Moscow (Russian Federation); Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dolgoprudny (Russian Federation); V.A. Kotel' nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow (Russian Federation); National University of Science and Technology MISIS, Moscow (Russian Federation); Bork, L.V. [N.L. Dukhov All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics, Moscow (Russian Federation); Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow (Russian Federation); Onishchenko, A.I. [Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna (Russian Federation); Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dolgoprudny (Russian Federation); Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow (Russian Federation)

2017-06-15

We consider an exactly solvable inhomogeneous Dicke model which describes an interaction between a disordered ensemble of two-level systems with single mode boson field. The existing method for evaluation of Richardson–Gaudin equations in the thermodynamical limit is extended to the case of Bethe equations in Dicke model. Using this extension, we present expressions both for the ground state and lowest excited states energies as well as leading-order finite-size corrections to these quantities for an arbitrary distribution of individual spin energies. We then evaluate these quantities for an equally-spaced distribution (constant density of states). In particular, we study evolution of the spectral gap and other related quantities. We also reveal regions on the phase diagram, where finite-size corrections are of particular importance.

4. Exact solution for the inhomogeneous Dicke model in the canonical ensemble: Thermodynamical limit and finite-size corrections

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W.V. Pogosov

2017-06-01

Full Text Available We consider an exactly solvable inhomogeneous Dicke model which describes an interaction between a disordered ensemble of two-level systems with single mode boson field. The existing method for evaluation of Richardson–Gaudin equations in the thermodynamical limit is extended to the case of Bethe equations in Dicke model. Using this extension, we present expressions both for the ground state and lowest excited states energies as well as leading-order finite-size corrections to these quantities for an arbitrary distribution of individual spin energies. We then evaluate these quantities for an equally-spaced distribution (constant density of states. In particular, we study evolution of the spectral gap and other related quantities. We also reveal regions on the phase diagram, where finite-size corrections are of particular importance.

5. An exact analytical solution of the unsteady magnetohydrodynamics nonlinear dynamics of laminar boundary layer due to an impulsively linear stretching sheet

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Mahabaleshwar, U. S.; Nagaraju, K. R.; Vinay Kumar, P. N.; Baleanu, Dumitru; Lorenzini, Giulio

2017-03-01

In this paper, we investigate the theoretical analysis for the unsteady magnetohydrodynamic laminar boundary layer flow due to impulsively stretching sheet. The third-order highly nonlinear partial differential equation modeling the unsteady boundary layer flow brought on by an impulsively stretching flat sheet was solved by applying Adomian decomposition method and Pade approximants. The exact analytical solution so obtained is in terms of rapidly converging power series and each of the variants are easily computable. Variations in parameters such as mass transfer (suction/injection) and Chandrasekhar number on the velocity are observed by plotting the graphs. This particular problem is technically sound and has got applications in expulsion process and related process in fluid dynamics problems.

6. Republication of: Contributions to the theory of pure gravitational radiation. Exact solutions of the field equations of the general theory of relativity II

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Jordan, Pascual; Ehlers, Jürgen; Sachs, Rainer K.

2013-12-01

This is an English translation of a paper by Pascual Jordan, Juergen Ehlers and Rainer Sachs, first published in 1961 in the proceedings of the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz (Germany). The original paper was part 2 of a five-part series of articles containing the first summary of knowledge about exact solutions of Einstein's equations found until then. (Parts 1 and 4 of the series have already been reprinted, parts 3 and 5 will be printed as Golden Oldies in near future.) This second paper discusses the geometry of geodesic null congruences, the algebraic classification of the Weyl tensor by spinor methods, and applies these to a study of the propagation of gravitational and electromagnetic radiation. It has been selected by the Editors of General Relativity and Gravitation for republication in the Golden Oldies series of the journal. The republication is accompanied by an editorial note written by Malcolm A. H. MacCallum and Wolfgang Kundt.

7. ExactPack Documentation

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Singleton, Robert Jr. [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Israel, Daniel M. [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Doebling, Scott William [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Woods, Charles Nathan [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Kaul, Ann [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Walter, John William Jr [Los Alamos National Laboratory; Rogers, Michael Lloyd [Los Alamos National Laboratory

2016-05-09

For code verification, one compares the code output against known exact solutions. There are many standard test problems used in this capacity, such as the Noh and Sedov problems. ExactPack is a utility that integrates many of these exact solution codes into a common API (application program interface), and can be used as a stand-alone code or as a python package. ExactPack consists of python driver scripts that access a library of exact solutions written in Fortran or Python. The spatial profiles of the relevant physical quantities, such as the density, fluid velocity, sound speed, or internal energy, are returned at a time specified by the user. The solution profiles can be viewed and examined by a command line interface or a graphical user interface, and a number of analysis tools and unit tests are also provided. We have documented the physics of each problem in the solution library, and provided complete documentation on how to extend the library to include additional exact solutions. ExactPack’s code architecture makes it easy to extend the solution-code library to include additional exact solutions in a robust, reliable, and maintainable manner.

8. Hopping conductivity of a one-dimensional bond-percolation model in a constant field: Exact solution

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Khantha, M.; Balakrishnan, V.

1984-04-01

The recent work of Odagaki and Lax on the ac hopping conductivity in a one-dimensional bond-percolation model is generalized to include a constant applied field. The corresponding biased random-walk problem on a finite chain of arbitrary length and with properly terminated ends is solved analytically. The solution is extended to include all continuous-time random walks. (It is thus directly applicable, for instance, to spectral diffusion with asymmetric transfer rates and memory effects.) The diffusivity (and thence the conductivity and relative permittivity) on a chain of N sites is obtained exactly, in closed form. A configuration averaging over N yields the diffusivity and relative permittivity for the randomly interrupted infinite chain. Our analytic results are valid at all frequencies, and are in a form amenable to extensive numerical computation. This is done, and the noteworthy features of the results are displayed graphically. All the known results in the field-free case are recovered as special cases of the expressions presented here.

9. Exact solutions, finite time singularities and non-singular universe models from a variety of Λ(t) cosmologies

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Pan, Supriya

2018-01-01

Cosmological models with time-dependent Λ (read as Λ(t)) have been investigated widely in the literature. Models that solve background dynamics analytically are of special interest. Additionally, the allowance of past or future singularities at finite cosmic time in a specific model signals for a generic test on its viabilities with the current observations. Following these, in this work we consider a variety of Λ(t) models focusing on their evolutions and singular behavior. We found that a series of models in this class can be exactly solved when the background universe is described by a spatially flat Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) line element. The solutions in terms of the scale factor of the FLRW universe offer different universe models, such as power-law expansion, oscillating, and the singularity free universe. However, we also noticed that a large number of the models in this series permit past or future cosmological singularities at finite cosmic time. At last we close the work with a note that the avoidance of future singularities is possible for certain models under some specific restrictions.

10. On the dynamics of internal waves propagating in stratified media of a variable depth: exact and asymptotic solutions

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Bulatov, Vitaly V

2012-01-01

The dynamics of internal waves in stratified media, such as the ocean or atmosphere, is highly dependent on the topography of their floor. A closed-form analytical solution can be derived only in cases when the water distribution density and the shape of the floor are modeled with specific functions. In a general case when the characteristics of stratified media and the boundary conditions are arbitrary, the dynamics of internal waves can be only approximated with numerical methods. However, numerical solutions do not describe the wave field qualitatively. At the same time, the need for a qualitative analysis of the far field of internal waves arises in studies applying remote sensing methods in space-based radar applications. In this case, the dynamics of internal waves can be described using asymptotic models. In this paper, we derive asymptotic solutions to the problem of characterizing the far field of internal gravity waves propagating in a stratified medium with a smoothly varying floor.

11. Optimisation-Based Solution Methods for Set Partitioning Models

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Rasmussen, Matias Sevel

, and exact and optimisation-based heuristic solution methods for the model are described. All these methods are centered around the wellknown column generation technique. Di_erent practical applications of crew scheduling are presented, and some of these applications are considered in detail in four included...... other topics). The _elds also deal with the development of sophisticated solution methods for these mathematical models. This thesis describes the set partitioning model which has been widely used for modelling crew scheduling problems. Integer properties for the set partitioning model are shown...... scienti_c papers. It is shown how these applications all _t into a generalisation of the set partitioning model. Each of the four papers contribute a novel solution method for the speci_c application treated in the paper....

12. Comparison of the performance of exact-exchange-based density functional methods.

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Liu, Fenglai; Proynov, Emil; Yu, Jian-Guo; Furlani, Thomas R; Kong, Jing

2012-09-21

How to describe nondynamic electron correlation is still a major challenge to density functional theory (DFT). Recent models designed particularly for this problem, such as Becke'05 (B05) and Perdew-Staroverov-Tao-Scuseria (PSTS) functionals employ the exact-exchange density, the efficient calculation of which is technically quite challenging. We have recently implemented self-consistently the B05 functional based on an efficient resolution-identity (RI) technique. In this study, we report a self-consistent RI implementation of the PSTS functional. In contrast to its original implementation, our version brings no limitation on the choice of the basis set. We have also implemented the Mori-Sanchez-Cohen-Yang-2 (MCY2) functional, another recent DFT method that includes full exact exchange. The performance of PSTS, B05, and MCY2 is validated on thermochemistry, reaction barriers, and dissociation energy curves, with an emphasis on nondynamic correlation effects in the discussion. All three methods perform rather well in general, B05 and MCY2 being on average somewhat better than PSTS. We include also results with other functionals that represent various aspects of the development in this field in recent years, including B3LYP, M06-HF, M06-2X, ωB97X, and TPSSh. The performance of the heavy-parameterized functionals M06-2X and ωB97X is on average better than that of B05, MCY2, and PSTS for standard thermodynamic properties and reactions, while the latter functionals do better in hydrogen abstraction reactions and dissociation processes. In particular, B05 is found to be the only functional that yields qualitatively correct dissociation curves for two-center symmetric radicals like He(2)(+). Finally, we compare the performance of all these functionals on a strongly correlated exemplary case system, the NO dimer. Only PSTS, B05, and MCY2 describe the system qualitatively correctly. Overall, this new type of functionals show good promise of overcoming some of the

13. Exact and approximate interior corner problem in neutron diffusion by integral transform methods

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Bareiss, E.H.; Chang, K.S.J.; Constatinescu, D.A.

1976-09-01

The mathematical solution of the neutron diffusion equation exhibits singularities in its derivatives at material corners. A mathematical treatment of the nature of these singularities and its impact on coarse network approximation methods in computational work is presented. The mathematical behavior is deduced from Green's functions, based on a generalized theory for two space dimensions, and the resulting systems of integral equations, as well as from the Kontorovich--Lebedev Transform. The effect on numerical calculations is demonstrated for finite difference and finite element methods for a two-region corner problem.

14. Exact solution of the mixed spin-1/2 and spin-S Ising-Heisenberg diamond chain

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L. Čanová

2009-01-01

Full Text Available The geometric frustration in a class of the mixed spin-1/2 and spin-S Ising-Heisenberg diamond chains is investigated by combining three exact analytical techniques: Kambe projection method, decoration-iteration transformation and transfer-matrix method. The ground state, the magnetization process and the specific heat as a function of the external magnetic field are particularly examined for different strengths of the geometric frustration. It is shown that the increase of the Heisenberg spin value S raises the number of intermediate magnetization plateaux, which emerge in magnetization curves provided that the ground state is highly degenerate on behalf of a sufficiently strong geometric frustration. On the other hand, all intermediate magnetization plateaux merge into a linear magnetization versus magnetic field dependence in the limit of classical Heisenberg spin S → ∞. The enhanced magnetocaloric effect with cooling rate exceeding the one of paramagnetic salts is also detected when the disordered frustrated phase constitutes the ground state and the external magnetic field is small enough.

15. Construction of Exact Parametric or Closed Form Solutions of Some Unsolvable Classes of Nonlinear ODEs (Abel's Nonlinear ODEs of the First Kind and Relative Degenerate Equations

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Dimitrios E. Panayotounakos

2011-01-01

Full Text Available We provide a new mathematical technique leading to the construction of the exact parametric or closed form solutions of the classes of Abel's nonlinear differential equations (ODEs of the first kind. These solutions are given implicitly in terms of Bessel functions of the first and the second kind (Neumann functions, as well as of the free member of the considered ODE; the parameter being introduced furnishes the order of the above Bessel functions and defines also the desired solutions of the considered ODE as one-parameter family of surfaces. The nonlinear initial or boundary value problems are also investigated. Finally, introducing a relative mathematical methodology, we construct the exact parametric or closed form solutions for several degenerate Abel's equation of the first kind.

16. Calculation of Stress Intensity Factor KⅠ Using the Exact Solution in an Infinitely Deep Crack in a Half-Plane

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An, Deuk Man [Pusan Nat’l Univ., Busan (Korea, Republic of)

2017-01-15

In this study, we develop the exact field of modeⅠin an infinitely deep crack in a half-plane. Using this field, we obtain the exact stress intensity factor KⅠ. From the tractions on the crack faces induced by exact field, we calculate the stress intensity factor of this field. We compare the results with the stress intensity factor calculated using Bueckner’s weight function formula and that calculated by using Tada’s formula listed in “The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook” It was found that Bueckner’s formula yields accurate results. However, the results obtained using Tada’s formula exhibit inaccurate behavior.

17. Exact method for numerically analyzing a model of local denaturation in superhelically stressed DNA

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Fye, Richard M.; Benham, Craig J.

1999-03-01

Local denaturation, the separation at specific sites of the two strands comprising the DNA double helix, is one of the most fundamental processes in biology, required to allow the base sequence to be read both in DNA transcription and in replication. In living organisms this process can be mediated by enzymes which regulate the amount of superhelical stress imposed on the DNA. We present a numerically exact technique for analyzing a model of denaturation in superhelically stressed DNA. This approach is capable of predicting the locations and extents of transition in circular superhelical DNA molecules of kilobase lengths and specified base pair sequences. It can also be used for closed loops of DNA which are typically found in vivo to be kilobases long. The analytic method consists of an integration over the DNA twist degrees of freedom followed by the introduction of auxiliary variables to decouple the remaining degrees of freedom, which allows the use of the transfer matrix method. The algorithm implementing our technique requires O(N2) operations and O(N) memory to analyze a DNA domain containing N base pairs. However, to analyze kilobase length DNA molecules it must be implemented in high precision floating point arithmetic. An accelerated algorithm is constructed by imposing an upper bound M on the number of base pairs that can simultaneously denature in a state. This accelerated algorithm requires O(MN) operations, and has an analytically bounded error. Sample calculations show that it achieves high accuracy (greater than 15 decimal digits) with relatively small values of M (Myeast show that this approach can also accurately treat in vivo denaturation.

18. Extraction of circuital parameters of organic solar cells using the exact solution based on Lambert W-function

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Del Pozo, G.; Romero, B.; Arredondo, B.

2012-06-01

The electrical behavior of organic solar cell (OSC) has been analyzed using a simple circuital model consisting on an ideal diode together with a series and parallel resistances (RS and RP respectively). Applying Kirchhoff's Laws to the circuit leads to a transcendental equation that can be solved numerically without approximations using the Lambert W function. Theoretical expression has been fitted to experimental current-voltage (I-V) curves under forward bias, obtaining fairly accurate values for the electrical parameters. This model has been validated comparing the extracted parameters for dark and illumination conditions of different devices. Results show good agreement for RS, and ideality factor (η). Electrical parameters obtained in this work are also compared to those ones extracted using an approximated method often employed by other authors 1. We conclude that approximated method leads to reasonable good values for RS, RP and η. However, in the case of Rp the voltage range chosen to fit the data with the exact method must be constrained to the fourth quadrant, where the role of parallel resistance is more critical. To validate the model, a bunch of organic solar cells with structure ITO/ poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly (4-styrene sulfonate (PEDOT:PSS)/ poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT): 1-(3-methoxycarbonyl)-propyl-1-1-phenyl-(6,6)C61 (PCBM)/Al has been fabricated in inert atmosphere. Different active layers were deposited varying the P3HT:PCBM ratio (1:0.64, 1:1, 1:1.55) and the active layer thickness (ranging from 100 to 280 nm). Devices are encapsulated inside the glove-box prior its characterization outside the glove-box. Electro optical characterization has been performed with a halogen lamp. Values extracted for RS range from 142 Ω to 273 Ω, values for RP range from 25 kΩ to 331 kΩ. Ideality factor ranges from 5 to 17.

19. A consistent method for the solution to reduced FPK equation in statistical mechanics

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Er, Guo-Kang

The solution of reduced Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov (FPK) equation resulted from the problems in statistical mechanics is formulated as an exponential function of polynomials in state variables. Special measure is taken to satisfy the FPK equation in the weak sense of integration with the assumed function. Examples are given to show the application of the method to the non-linear systems with additive random excitations and those with both additive and multiplicative random excitations. The PDF solutions obtained with the proposed method and conventional Gaussian closure method are compared with the exact solutions in special cases. Numerical results showed that the solutions obtained with the proposed method are much close to the exact solutions even for highly non-linear system and the system with both additive and multiplicative excitations. The convergence of the approximate PDF solutions obtained with the method is also shown with numerical results.

20. Local convergence of exact and inexact newton’s methods for subanalytic variational inclusions

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Catherine Cabuzel

2015-01-01

Full Text Available This paper deals with the study of an iterative method for solving a variational inclusion of the form 0 ∈ f (x+F (x where f is a locally Lipschitz subanalytic function and F is a set-valued map from Rn to the closed subsets of Rn. To this inclusion, we firstly associate a Newton then secondly an Inexact Newton type sequence and with some semistability and hemistability properties of the solution x∗ of the previous inclusion, we prove the existence of a sequence which is locally superlinearly convergent.

1. Sumudu Transform Method for Analytical Solutions of Fractional Type Ordinary Differential Equations

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Seyma Tuluce Demiray

2015-01-01

Full Text Available We make use of the so-called Sumudu transform method (STM, a type of ordinary differential equations with both integer and noninteger order derivative. Firstly, we give the properties of STM, and then we directly apply it to fractional type ordinary differential equations, both homogeneous and inhomogeneous ones. We obtain exact solutions of fractional type ordinary differential equations, both homogeneous and inhomogeneous, by using STM. We present some numerical simulations of the obtained solutions and exhibit two-dimensional graphics by means of Mathematica tools. The method used here is highly efficient, powerful, and confidential tool in terms of finding exact solutions.

2. Soliton solutions of the two-dimensional KdV-Burgers equation by homotopy perturbation method

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Molabahrami, A. [Department of Mathematics, Ilam University, PO Box 69315516, Ilam (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: a_m_bahrami@yahoo.com; Khani, F. [Department of Mathematics, Ilam University, PO Box 69315516, Ilam (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Bakhtar Institute of Higher Education, PO Box 696, Ilam (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: farzad_khani59@yahoo.com; Hamedi-Nezhad, S. [Bakhtar Institute of Higher Education, PO Box 696, Ilam (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

2007-10-29

In this Letter, the He's homotopy perturbation method (HPM) to finding the soliton solutions of the two-dimensional Korteweg-de Vries Burgers' equation (tdKdVB) for the initial conditions was applied. Numerical solutions of the equation were obtained. The obtained solutions, in comparison with the exact solutions admit a remarkable accuracy. The results reveal that the HPM is very effective and simple.

3. On the absence of turbulence in exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equation and implications of a quantum interpretation of turbulence

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2017-01-01

There have been several papers published which show exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equation. None of the solutions admit any possibility of turbulence. It is strongly suggested that the Navier-Stokes equation is not the correct problem definition for turbulence. Yet, by contrast, in a simple example, it s shown that turbulence can result quite directly by using two or more species of fluids. The species are in fact identical atoms with different quantum states, provoking the strong suggestion that a plausible explanation for the origin of turbulence is quantum mechanical. This suggestion is heavily supported by actual modern pipe flow experiments [Muriel, Quantum Theory of Turbulence, Harvard Book Store (2011),which may be downloaded from (Muriel, ResearchGate)] The most general exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equation will be displayed. In addition, experiments supporting a quantum interpretation will be reviewed.

4. Some Uniform Order Block Methods for the Solution of First Order ...

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The block suggested approach is self-starting and produce parallel solution of the ordinary differential equations (ODES) which minimizes the cost of computation compared to other variants. Both block methods at k=3 and k=2 converges to the exact solutions with the two Numerical examples tested with this approach.

5. Minimizing driving times and greenhouse gas emissions in timber transport with a near-exact solution approach

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Oberscheider, Marco; Zazgornik, Jan; Henriksen, Christian Bugge

2013-01-01

the objective of reducing environmental impacts, represented by carbon dioxide equivalent (CO(2)e) emissions, is discussed. The underlying problem is formulated as a multi-depot vehicle routing problem with pickup and delivery and time windows (MDVRPPDTW) and a new iterative solution method is proposed....... For the numerical studies, real-life data are used to generate test instances of different scales concerning the supply chain of biomass power plants. Small ones are taken to validate the optimality of the new approach. Medium and large test instances are solved with respect to minimizing driving times and fuel...

6. Some Exact Solutions of Nonlinear Fin Problem for Steady Heat Transfer in Longitudinal Fin with Different Profiles

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M. D. Mhlongo

2014-01-01

Full Text Available One-dimensional steady-state heat transfer in fins of different profiles is studied. The problem considered satisfies the Dirichlet boundary conditions at one end and the Neumann boundary conditions at the other. The thermal conductivity and heat coefficients are assumed to be temperature dependent, which makes the resulting differential equation highly nonlinear. Classical Lie point symmetry methods are employed, and some reductions are performed. Some invariant solutions are constructed. The effects of thermogeometric fin parameter, the exponent on temperature, and the fin efficiency are studied.

7. Accurate characterization of 3D diffraction gratings using time domain discontinuous Galerkin method with exact absorbing boundary conditions

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Sirenko, Kostyantyn

2013-07-01

Exact absorbing and periodic boundary conditions allow to truncate grating problems\\' infinite physical domains without introducing any errors. This work presents exact absorbing boundary conditions for 3D diffraction gratings and describes their discretization within a high-order time-domain discontinuous Galerkin finite element method (TD-DG-FEM). The error introduced by the boundary condition discretization matches that of the TD-DG-FEM; this results in an optimal solver in terms of accuracy and computation time. Numerical results demonstrate the superiority of this solver over TD-DG-FEM with perfectly matched layers (PML)-based domain truncation. © 2013 IEEE.

8. Cubic exact solutions for the estimation of pairwise haplotype frequencies: implications for linkage disequilibrium analyses and a web tool 'CubeX'

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Day Ian NM

2007-11-01

Full Text Available Abstract Background The frequency of a haplotype comprising one allele at each of two loci can be expressed as a cubic equation (the 'Hill equation', the solution of which gives that frequency. Most haplotype and linkage disequilibrium analysis programs use iteration-based algorithms which substitute an estimate of haplotype frequency into the equation, producing a new estimate which is repeatedly fed back into the equation until the values converge to a maximum likelihood estimate (expectation-maximisation. Results We present a program, "CubeX", which calculates the biologically possible exact solution(s and provides estimated haplotype frequencies, D', r2 and χ2 values for each. CubeX provides a "complete" analysis of haplotype frequencies and linkage disequilibrium for a pair of biallelic markers under situations where sampling variation and genotyping errors distort sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, potentially causing more than one biologically possible solution. We also present an analysis of simulations and real data using the algebraically exact solution, which indicates that under perfect sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium there is only one biologically possible solution, but that under other conditions there may be more. Conclusion Our analyses demonstrate that lower allele frequencies, lower sample numbers, population stratification and a possible |D'| value of 1 are particularly susceptible to distortion of sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, which has significant implications for calculation of linkage disequilibrium in small sample sizes (eg HapMap and rarer alleles (eg paucimorphisms, q

9. Solution of the Porous Media Equation by a Compact Finite Difference Method

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Murat Sari

2009-01-01

Full Text Available Accurate solutions of the porous media equation that usually occurs in nonlinear problems of heat and mass transfer and in biological systems are obtained using a compact finite difference method in space and a low-storage total variation diminishing third-order Runge-Kutta scheme in time. In the calculation of the numerical derivatives, only a tridiagonal band matrix algorithm is encountered. Therefore, this scheme causes to less accumulation of numerical errors and less use of storage space. The computed results obtained by this way have been compared with the exact solutions to show the accuracy of the method. The approximate solutions to the equation have been computed without transforming the equation and without using linearization. Comparisons indicate that there is a very good agreement between the numerical solutions and the exact solutions in terms of accuracy. This method is seen to be a very good alternative method to some existing techniques for such realistic problems.

10. Traveling Wave Solutions of the Nonlinear -Dimensional Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Equation Using the Two Variables -Expansion Method

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Zayed, E. M. E; Hoda Ibrahim, S. A; Abdelaziz, M. A. M

2012-01-01

The two variables ([superscript]G[variant prime][/superscript] /G,1/G) -expansion method is proposed in this paper to construct new exact traveling wave solutions with parameters of the nonlinear (3+1...

11. Exact periodic cross-kink wave solutions for the new (2+1)-dimensional KdV equation in fluid flows and plasma physics.

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Liu, Jian-Guo; Du, Jian-Qiang; Zeng, Zhi-Fang; Ai, Guo-Ping

2016-10-01

The Korteweg-de Vries (KdV)-type models have been shown to describe many important physical situations such as fluid flows, plasma physics, and solid state physics. In this paper, a new (2 + 1)-dimensional KdV equation is discussed. Based on the Hirota's bilinear form and a generalized three-wave approach, we obtain new exact solutions for the new (2 + 1)-dimensional KdV equation. With the help of symbolic computation, the properties for some new solutions are presented with some figures.

12. CRE Solvability, Nonlocal Symmetry and Exact Interaction Solutions of the Fifth-Order Modified Korteweg-de Vries Equation

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Cheng, Wen-Guang; Qiu, De-Qin; Yu, Bo

2017-06-01

This paper is concerned with the fifth-order modified Korteweg-de Vries (fmKdV) equation. It is proved that the fmKdV equation is consistent Riccati expansion (CRE) solvable. Three special form of soliton-cnoidal wave interaction solutions are discussed analytically and shown graphically. Furthermore, based on the consistent tanh expansion (CTE) method, the nonlocal symmetry related to the consistent tanh expansion (CTE) is investigated, we also give the relationship between this kind of nonlocal symmetry and the residual symmetry which can be obtained with the truncated Painlevé method. We further study the spectral function symmetry and derive the Lax pair of the fmKdV equation. The residual symmetry can be localized to the Lie point symmetry of an enlarged system and the corresponding finite transformation group is computed. Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant No. 11505090, and Research Award Foundation for Outstanding Young Scientists of Shandong Province under Grant No. BS2015SF009

13. New exact cosmologies on the brane

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Astashenok, Artyom V.; Yurov, Artyom V.; Chervon, Sergey V.; Shabanov, Evgeniy V.; Sami, Mohammad

2014-10-01

We develop a method for constructing exact cosmological solutions in brane world cosmology. New classes of cosmological solutions on Randall-Sandrum brane are obtained. The superpotential and Hubble parameter are represented in quadratures. These solutions have inflationary phases under general assumptions and also describe an exit from the inflationary phase without a fine tuning of the parameters. Another class solutions can describe the current phase of accelerated expansion with or without possible exit from it.

14. New interaction solutions to the combined KdV–mKdV equation from CTE method

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Hengchun Hu

2016-10-01

Full Text Available The consistent tanh expansion (CTE method is developed for the combined KdV–mKdV equation. The combined KdV–mKdV equation is proved to be CTE solvable. New exact interaction solutions such as soliton–cnoidal wave solutions, soliton–periodic wave solutions for the combined KdV–mKdV equation are given out analytically and graphically.

15. Solution of Nonlinear Space-Time Fractional Differential Equations Using the Fractional Riccati Expansion Method

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2013-01-01

Full Text Available The fractional Riccati expansion method is proposed to solve fractional differential equations. To illustrate the effectiveness of the method, space-time fractional Korteweg-de Vries equation, regularized long-wave equation, Boussinesq equation, and Klein-Gordon equation are considered. As a result, abundant types of exact analytical solutions are obtained. These solutions include generalized trigonometric and hyperbolic functions solutions which may be useful for further understanding of the mechanisms of the complicated nonlinear physical phenomena and fractional differential equations. Among these solutions, some are found for the first time. The periodic and kink solutions are founded as special case.

16. The exact solution of the problem on a concentrated-force action on the isotropic half-space with the boundary fixed elastically

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Nelly S. Khapilova

2015-10-01

Full Text Available We present the analytical solution of the axisymmetric mixed problem for the isotropic half-space with the surface fixed elastically outside the circular area of the application of a distributed load. In the solution of the problem, the transition procedure from a distributed load to the concentrated force has been justified. A compact form of the exact analytical solution of the problem on the concentrated force applied to the half-space with the surface fixed elastically was obtained. In the specific case when the proportionality factor of normal stresses and displacements vanishing under the condition of the elastic fixing of the boundary, the constructed analytical solution was shown to coincide with the well-known Boussinesq formulae.

17. Numerical solution methods for viscoelastic orthotropic materials

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Gramoll, K. C.; Dillard, D. A.; Brinson, H. F.

1988-01-01

Numerical solution methods for viscoelastic orthotropic materials, specifically fiber reinforced composite materials, are examined. The methods include classical lamination theory using time increments, direction solution of the Volterra Integral, Zienkiewicz's linear Prony series method, and a new method called Nonlinear Differential Equation Method (NDEM) which uses a nonlinear Prony series. The criteria used for comparison of the various methods include the stability of the solution technique, time step size stability, computer solution time length, and computer memory storage. The Volterra Integral allowed the implementation of higher order solution techniques but had difficulties solving singular and weakly singular compliance function. The Zienkiewicz solution technique, which requires the viscoelastic response to be modeled by a Prony series, works well for linear viscoelastic isotropic materials and small time steps. The new method, NDEM, uses a modified Prony series which allows nonlinear stress effects to be included and can be used with orthotropic nonlinear viscoelastic materials. The NDEM technique is shown to be accurate and stable for both linear and nonlinear conditions with minimal computer time.

18. An efficient exact method to obtain GBLUP and single-step GBLUP when the genomic relationship matrix is singular.

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Fernando, Rohan L; Cheng, Hao; Garrick, Dorian J

2016-10-27

The mixed linear model employed for genomic best linear unbiased prediction (GBLUP) includes the breeding value for each animal as a random effect that has a mean of zero and a covariance matrix proportional to the genomic relationship matrix ([Formula: see text]), where the inverse of [Formula: see text] is required to set up the usual mixed model equations (MME). When only some animals have genomic information, genomic predictions can be obtained by an extension known as single-step GBLUP, where the covariance matrix of breeding values is constructed by combining the pedigree-based additive relationship matrix with [Formula: see text]. The inverse of the combined relationship matrix can be obtained efficiently, provided [Formula: see text] can be inverted. In some livestock species, however, the number [Formula: see text] of animals with genomic information exceeds the number of marker covariates used to compute [Formula: see text], and this results in a singular [Formula: see text]. For such a case, an efficient and exact method to obtain GBLUP and single-step GBLUP is presented here. Exact methods are already available to obtain GBLUP when [Formula: see text] is singular, but these require working with large dense matrices. Another approach is to modify [Formula: see text] to make it nonsingular by adding a small value to all its diagonals or regressing it towards the pedigree-based relationship matrix. This, however, results in the inverse of [Formula: see text] being dense and difficult to compute as [Formula: see text] grows. The approach presented here recognizes that the number r of linearly independent genomic breeding values cannot exceed the number of marker covariates, and the mixed linear model used here for genomic prediction only fits these r linearly independent breeding values as random effects. The exact method presented here was compared to Apy-GBLUP and to Apy single-step GBLUP, both of which are approximate methods that use a modified [Formula

19. Incorporation of exact boundary conditions into a discontinuous galerkin finite element method for accurately solving 2d time-dependent maxwell equations

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Sirenko, Kostyantyn

2013-01-01

A scheme that discretizes exact absorbing boundary conditions (EACs) to incorporate them into a time-domain discontinuous Galerkin finite element method (TD-DG-FEM) is described. The proposed TD-DG-FEM with EACs is used for accurately characterizing transient electromagnetic wave interactions on two-dimensional waveguides. Numerical results demonstrate the proposed method\\'s superiority over the TD-DG-FEM that employs approximate boundary conditions and perfectly matched layers. Additionally, it is shown that the proposed method can produce the solution with ten-eleven digit accuracy when high-order spatial basis functions are used to discretize the Maxwell equations as well as the EACs. © 1963-2012 IEEE.

20. Exact solutions of a two-dimensional cubic–quintic discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation

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Khare, Avinash; Rasmussen, Kim Ø; Samuelsen, Mogens Rugholm

2011-01-01

We show that a two-dimensional generalized cubic–quintic Ablowitz–Ladik lattice admits periodic solutions that can be expressed in analytical form. The framework for the stability analysis of these solutions is developed and applied to reveal the intricate stability behavior of this nonlinear sys...

1. Approximate Solutions of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations by Modified q-Homotopy Analysis Method

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Shaheed N. Huseen

2013-01-01

Full Text Available A modified q-homotopy analysis method (mq-HAM was proposed for solving nth-order nonlinear differential equations. This method improves the convergence of the series solution in the nHAM which was proposed in (see Hassan and El-Tawil 2011, 2012. The proposed method provides an approximate solution by rewriting the nth-order nonlinear differential equation in the form of n first-order differential equations. The solution of these n differential equations is obtained as a power series solution. This scheme is tested on two nonlinear exactly solvable differential equations. The results demonstrate the reliability and efficiency of the algorithm developed.

2. A numerical dressing method for the nonlinear superposition of solutions of the KdV equation

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Trogdon, Thomas; Deconinck, Bernard

2014-01-01

In this paper we present the unification of two existing numerical methods for the construction of solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation. The first method is used to solve the Cauchy initial-value problem on the line for rapidly decaying initial data. The second method is used to compute finite-genus solutions of the KdV equation. The combination of these numerical methods allows for the computation of exact solutions that are asymptotically (quasi-)periodic finite-gap solutions and are a nonlinear superposition of dispersive, soliton and (quasi-)periodic solutions in the finite (x, t)-plane. Such solutions are referred to as superposition solutions. We compute these solutions accurately for all values of x and t.

3. Higher-order vector discrete rogue-wave states in the coupled Ablowitz-Ladik equations: Exact solutions and stability.

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Wen, Xiao-Yong; Yan, Zhenya; Malomed, Boris A

2016-12-01

An integrable system of two-component nonlinear Ablowitz-Ladik equations is used to construct complex rogue-wave (RW) solutions in an explicit form. First, the modulational instability of continuous waves is studied in the system. Then, new higher-order discrete two-component RW solutions of the system are found by means of a newly derived discrete version of a generalized Darboux transformation. Finally, the perturbed evolution of these RW states is explored in terms of systematic simulations, which demonstrates that tightly and loosely bound RWs are, respectively, nearly stable and strongly unstable solutions.

4. A Note on the Solutions of Some Nonlinear Equations Arising in Third-Grade Fluid Flows: An Exact Approach

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Mahomed, F. M.

2014-01-01

In this communication, we utilize some basic symmetry reductions to transform the governing nonlinear partial differential equations arising in the study of third-grade fluid flows into ordinary differential equations. We obtain some simple closed-form steady-state solutions of these reduced equations. Our solutions are valid for the whole domain [0,∞) and also satisfy the physical boundary conditions. We also present the numerical solutions for some of the underlying equations. The graphs corresponding to the essential physical parameters of the flow are presented and discussed. PMID:25143962

5. Traveling wave solution by differential transformation method and reduced differential transformation method

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Hamed Faghanpour Ganji

2016-09-01

Full Text Available The present study further examines two recent semi-analytic methods, a reduced order of nonlinear differential transformation method (also called RDTM and differential transformation method along with Pade approximation to discuss Jaulent–Miodek and coupled Whitham–Broer–Kaup equations. The basic ideas of these methods are briefly introduced and performance of the proposed methods for above mentioned equations is evaluated via comparing with exact solution. The results illustrate that the so-called DTM method, unlike RDTM, due to the presence of secular terms (similar to perturbation method, cannot be found practical for nonlinear partial differential equations (particularly in Acoustic and Wave propagation problems even through utilizing Pade approximation; meanwhile, RDTM method, despite its simplicity and rapid convergence, assured a significant accuracy and great agreement, and thus it is fair to say that nonlinear problems together with Acoustic application which cannot be solved via Analytical methods, can be studied with reduced order of nonlinear differential transformation method.

6. Exact and Analytic-Numerical Solutions of Lagging Models of Heat Transfer in a Semi-Infinite Medium

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M. A. Castro

2013-01-01

conduction in a semi-infinite domain, which allow the construction of analytic-numerical solutions with prescribed accuracy. Examples of numerical computations, comparing the properties of the models considered, are presented.

7. Exact Multiplicity of Solutions for a Class of Singular Generalized One-Dimensional p-Laplacian Problem

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Youwei Zhang

2013-01-01

Full Text Available We describe the existence of positive solutions for a class of singular generalized one-dimensional p-Laplacian problem. By applying the related fixed point theory in cone, some new and general results on the existence of positive solutions to the singular generalized p-Laplacian problem are obtained. Note that the nonlinear term f involves the first-order derivative explicitly.

8. A comparison of two exact methods for passenger railway rolling stock (re)scheduling

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Haahr, Jørgen Thorlund; Wagenaar, Joris C.; Veelenturf, Lucas P.

2016-01-01

The assignment of rolling stock units to timetable services in passenger railways is an important optimization problem that has been addressed by many papers in different forms. Solution approaches have been proposed for different planning phases: strategic, tactical, operational, and real...

9. Cubic exact solutions for the estimation of pairwise haplotype frequencies: implications for linkage disequilibrium analyses and a web tool 'CubeX'.

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Gaunt, Tom R; Rodríguez, Santiago; Day, Ian Nm

2007-11-02

The frequency of a haplotype comprising one allele at each of two loci can be expressed as a cubic equation (the 'Hill equation'), the solution of which gives that frequency. Most haplotype and linkage disequilibrium analysis programs use iteration-based algorithms which substitute an estimate of haplotype frequency into the equation, producing a new estimate which is repeatedly fed back into the equation until the values converge to a maximum likelihood estimate (expectation-maximisation). We present a program, "CubeX", which calculates the biologically possible exact solution(s) and provides estimated haplotype frequencies, D', r2 and chi2 values for each. CubeX provides a "complete" analysis of haplotype frequencies and linkage disequilibrium for a pair of biallelic markers under situations where sampling variation and genotyping errors distort sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, potentially causing more than one biologically possible solution. We also present an analysis of simulations and real data using the algebraically exact solution, which indicates that under perfect sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium there is only one biologically possible solution, but that under other conditions there may be more. Our analyses demonstrate that lower allele frequencies, lower sample numbers, population stratification and a possible |D'| value of 1 are particularly susceptible to distortion of sample Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, which has significant implications for calculation of linkage disequilibrium in small sample sizes (eg HapMap) and rarer alleles (eg paucimorphisms, q < 0.05) that may have particular disease relevance and require improved approaches for meaningful evaluation.

10. Solution of the first order linear fuzzy differential equations by some reliable methods

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Mojtaba Ghanbari

2012-10-01

Full Text Available Fuzzy differential equations are used in modeling problems in science and engineering. For instance, it is known that the knowledge of dynamical systems modeled by ordinary differential equations is often incomplete or vague. While, fuzzy differential equations represent a proper way to model dynamical systems under uncertainty and vagueness. In this paper, two methods for solving first order linear fuzzy differential equations under generalized differentiability are proposed and compared. These methods are variational iteration method (VIM and Adomian decomposition method (ADM. The comparison of the exact solutions with solutions obtained by VIM and ADM are in details. The comparison shows that solutions are excellent agreement.

11. Solutions of Fractional Konopelchenko-Dubrovsky and Nizhnik-Novikov-Veselov Equations Using a Generalized Fractional Subequation Method

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Yanqin Liu

2013-01-01

Full Text Available A new generalized fractional subequation method based on the relationship of fractional coupled equations is proposed. This method is applied to the space-time fractional coupled Konopelchenko-Dubrovsky equations and Nizhnik-Novikov-Veselov equations. As a result, many exact solutions are obtained including hyperbolic function solutions, trigonometric function solutions, and rational solutions. It is observed that the proposed approach provides a simple and reliable tool for solving many other fractional coupled differential equations.

12. Exact solution and short-time dynamics of multimode Gaussian states embedded in a common non-Markovian environment

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Xiang, Shao-Hua; Song, Ke-Hui

2013-07-01

We investigate a system of N mutually coupled harmonic oscillators interacting with the same environment and derive the corresponding exact non-Markovian master equation using our introduced approach. We obtain an explicit formula for the covariance matrix of the evolved state by taking a Gaussian state as initial one. With this, we analyze the short-time non-Markovian dynamics of three-mode Gaussian state in high-temperature limit. Our results show that the short-time evolution behavior of bipartite entanglement for 1 × 2 bipartition is similar to that of genuine tripartite entanglement, while the 1 × 1 bipartition entanglement does not. It is also shown that there exists a threshold that makes the initial tri- and bipartite entanglement increase or decrease. For the squeezing degree of the initial state than this critical value, the entanglement is increased with the evolution time; otherwise it is decreased. Finally, we present a physical positivity criterion for the covariance matrix of the evolved state.

13. Improvement and performance evaluation of the perturbation source method for an exact Monte Carlo perturbation calculation in fixed source problems

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Sakamoto, Hiroki; Yamamoto, Toshihiro

2017-09-01

This paper presents improvement and performance evaluation of the ;perturbation source method;, which is one of the Monte Carlo perturbation techniques. The formerly proposed perturbation source method was first-order accurate, although it is known that the method can be easily extended to an exact perturbation method. A transport equation for calculating an exact flux difference caused by a perturbation is solved. A perturbation particle representing a flux difference is explicitly transported in the perturbed system, instead of in the unperturbed system. The source term of the transport equation is defined by the unperturbed flux and the cross section (or optical parameter) changes. The unperturbed flux is provided by an ;on-the-fly; technique during the course of the ordinary fixed source calculation for the unperturbed system. A set of perturbation particle is started at the collision point in the perturbed region and tracked until death. For a perturbation in a smaller portion of the whole domain, the efficiency of the perturbation source method can be improved by using a virtual scattering coefficient or cross section in the perturbed region, forcing collisions. Performance is evaluated by comparing the proposed method to other Monte Carlo perturbation methods. Numerical tests performed for a particle transport in a two-dimensional geometry reveal that the perturbation source method is less effective than the correlated sampling method for a perturbation in a larger portion of the whole domain. However, for a perturbation in a smaller portion, the perturbation source method outperforms the correlated sampling method. The efficiency depends strongly on the adjustment of the new virtual scattering coefficient or cross section.

14. Comparative numerical solutions of stiff Ordinary differential equations using magnus series expansion method

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SURE KÖME

2014-12-01

Full Text Available In this paper, we investigated the effect of Magnus Series Expansion Method on homogeneous stiff ordinary differential equations with different stiffness ratios. A Magnus type integrator is used to obtain numerical solutions of two different examples of stiff problems and exact and approximate results are tabulated. Furthermore, absolute error graphics are demonstrated in detail.

15. Asymptotic Methods for Solitary Solutions and Compactons

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Ji-Huan He

2012-01-01

Full Text Available This paper is an elementary introduction to some new asymptotic methods for the search for the solitary solutions of nonlinear differential equations, nonlinear differential-difference equations, and nonlinear fractional differential equations. Particular attention is paid throughout the paper to giving an intuitive grasp for the variational approach, the Hamiltonian approach, the variational iteration method, the homotopy perturbation method, the parameter-expansion method, the Yang-Laplace transform, the Yang-Fourier transform, and ancient Chinese mathematics. Hamilton principle and variational principles are also emphasized. The reviewed asymptotic methods are easy to be followed for various applications. Some ideas on this paper are first appeared.

16. A Meshless Solution Method for Unsteady Flow with Moving Boundary

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Jun Zhang

2014-02-01

Full Text Available Using the concept of overlapping mesh method for reference, a new method called as Overlapping Clouds of Points Method (OCPM is firstly proposed to simulate unsteady flow with moving boundary problems based on meshless method. Firstly, a set of static background discrete points is generated in the whole calculation zone. Secondly, moving discrete points are created around moving body. According to the initial position of moving object in the flow field, the two sets of discrete points can be overlapped. With the motion of moving objects in the calculation field, moving discrete points around the moving body will inherently move. The exchange of flow field information between static points and moving points is realized by the solution of the clouds of points made up of static and moving discrete points using weighted meshless method nearby overlapping boundary. Four cases including piston problem, NACA0012 airfoil vibration flow around a moving sphere in supersonic and multibody separation are given to verify accuracy and practicability of OCPM. The numerical results agree well with exact solution and experimental results, which shows that the proposed OCPM can be applied to the simulation of unsteady flow problem.

17. Some exact solutions of nonlinear fin problem for steady heat transfer in longitudinal fin with different profiles

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Mhlongo, MD

2014-05-01

Full Text Available Solutions of Nonlinear Fin Problem for Steady Heat Transfer in Longitudinal Fin with Different Profiles M. D. Mhlongo1 and R. J. Moitsheki2 1 Defence, Peace, Safety and Security, Landward Sciences, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, P.O. Box 395... efficiency are studied. 1. Introduction Heat transfer through extended surfaces has been studied quite extensively [1], perhaps because of its frequent applica- tions in engineering. Through the process of mathematical modeling, heat transfer problems...

18. Method of lines solution of Richards equation

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Kelley, C.T.; Miller, C.T.; Tocci, M.D.

1996-12-31

We consider the method of lines solution of Richards equation, which models flow through porous media, as an example of a situation in which the method can give incorrect results because of premature termination of the nonlinear corrector iteration. This premature termination arises when the solution has a sharp moving front and the Jacobian is ill-conditioned. While this problem can be solved by tightening the tolerances provided to the ODE or DAE solver used for the temporal integration, it is more efficient to modify the termination criteria of the nonlinear solver and/or recompute the Jacobian more frequently. In this paper we continue previous work on this topic by analyzing the modifications in more detail and giving a strategy on how the modifications can be turned on and off in response to changes in the character of the solution.

19. Lorentz-Abraham-Dirac versus Landau-Lifshitz radiation friction force in the ultrarelativistic electron interaction with electromagnetic wave (exact solutions).

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Bulanov, Sergei V; Esirkepov, Timur Zh; Kando, Masaki; Koga, James K; Bulanov, Stepan S

2011-11-01

When the parameters of electron-extreme power laser interaction enter the regime of dominated radiation reaction, the electron dynamics changes qualitatively. The adequate theoretical description of this regime becomes crucially important with the use of the radiation friction force either in the Lorentz-Abraham-Dirac form, which possesses unphysical runaway solutions, or in the Landau-Lifshitz form, which is a perturbation valid for relatively low electromagnetic wave amplitude. The goal of the present paper is to find the limits of the Landau-Lifshitz radiation force applicability in terms of the electromagnetic wave amplitude and frequency. For this, a class of the exact solutions to the nonlinear problems of charged particle motion in the time-varying electromagnetic field is used.

20. Numerical solution of Lotka Volterra prey predator model by using Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method and Laplace Adomian decomposition method

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Susmita Paul

2016-03-01

Full Text Available This paper reflects some research outcome denoting as to how Lotka–Volterra prey predator model has been solved by using the Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF. A comparison between Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF and the Laplace Adomian Decomposition method (LADM is carried out and exact solution is found out to verify the applicability, efficiency and accuracy of the method. The obtained approximate solution shows that the Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF is a more powerful numerical technique for solving a system of nonlinear differential equations.

1. An exact solution on unsteady MHD free convection chemically reacting silver nanofluid flow past an exponentially accelerated vertical plate through porous medium

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Kumaresan, E.; Vijaya Kumar, A. G.; Rushi Kumar, B.

2017-11-01

This article studies, an exact solution of unsteady MHD free convection boundary-layer flow of a silver nanofluid past an exponentially accelerated moving vertical plate through aporous medium in the presence of thermal radiation, transverse applied amagnetic field, radiation absorption and Heat generation or absorption with chemical reaction are investigated theoretically. We consider nanofluids contain spherical shaped nanoparticle of silverwith a nanoparticle volume concentration range smaller than or equal to 0.04. This phenomenon is modeled in the form of partial differential equations with initial boundary conditions. Some suitable dimensional variables are introduced. The corresponding dimensionless equations with boundary conditions are solved by using Laplace transform technique. The exact solutions for velocity, energy, and species are obtained, also the corresponding numerical values of nanofluid velocity, temperature and concentration profiles are represented graphically. The expressions for skin friction coefficient, the rate of heat transfer and mass transfer are derived. The present study finds applications involving heat transfer, enhancement of thermal conductivity and other applications like transportation, industrial cooling applications, heating buildings and reducing pollution, energy applications and solar absorption. The effect of heat transfer is found to be more pronounced in a silver–water nanofluid than in the other nanofluids.

2. An exact solution for nonlinear electron heat conduction equation in thermal wave propagation from an instantaneous DT plane source

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2011-01-01

A one-dimensional nonlinear electron heat conduction equation is used to investigate the propagation of thermal wave in the solid density deuterium-tritium (DT) plasmas, which occurs when a giant laser pulse impinges onto a DT solid target. A realistic finite temperature for the electrons at the initial instant(t =0)based on Mayer-McGrath-Steele similarity solution [1] is presented. This solution corresponds to the physical problem of rapid heating of a boundary layer of material which the energy is released in a finite initial thickness. Our computations are particularly useful for the understanding of the electron temperature space profile at the initial instant(t =0), electron and ion temperature space profiles at different instants of time(t >0), maximum ion temperature, heat flux, and heating domain in the DT plasmas of inertial confinement fusion. Our results examined in view of the important effects. One of these effects is the quantum correction of the collision frequency of electrons with ions. The o...

3. Calculations of nuclear magnetic shielding constants based on the exact two-component relativistic method

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2017-10-01

From the matrix representation of the modified Dirac equation based on the restricted magnetically balanced gauge-including atomic orbital (RMB-GIAO) basis, previously one of the authors (Yoshizawa) and co-workers derived the two-component normalized elimination of the small component (2c-NESC) formulas for 2c relativistic calculations of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) shielding tensors. In the present study, at the Hartree-Fock (HF) level, we numerically confirm that for several molecules the RMB-GIAO-based 2c-NESC method provides gauge-origin independent NMR shielding values. Moreover, we investigate the accuracy of the 2c-NESC method by comparison with the 4c relativistic NMR calculations at the HF level. For noble gas dimers and Hg compounds, it is shown that the 2c-NESC method reproduces the 4c relativistic NMR shielding constants within errors of 0.12%-0.31% of the 4c relativistic values and yields chemical shifts sufficiently close to the 4c relativistic results. Also, we discuss the basis set convergence of NMR shielding constants calculated with the 2c-NESC and 4c relativistic methods.

4. Tsallis’ maximum entropy ansatz leading to exact analytical time dependent wave packet solutions of a nonlinear Schrödinger equation

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Curilef, S.; Plastino, A. R.; Plastino, A.

2013-06-01

Tsallis maximum entropy distributions provide useful tools for the study of a wide range of scenarios in mathematics, physics, and other fields. Here we apply a Tsallis maximum entropy ansatz, the q-Gaussian, to obtain time dependent wave-packet solutions to a nonlinear Schrödinger equation recently advanced by Nobre, Rego-Monteiro and Tsallis (NRT) [F.D. Nobre, M.A. Rego-Monteiro, C. Tsallis, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106 (2011) 140601]. The NRT nonlinear equation admits plane wave-like solutions (q-plane waves) compatible with the celebrated de Broglie relations connecting wave number and frequency, respectively, with energy and momentum. The NRT equation, inspired in the q-generalized thermostatistical formalism, is characterized by a parameter q and in the limit q→1 reduces to the standard, linear Schrödinger equation. The q-Gaussian solutions to the NRT equation investigated here admit as a particular instance the previously known q-plane wave solutions. The present work thus extends the range of possible processes yielded by the NRT dynamics that admit an analytical, exact treatment. In the q→1 limit the q-Gaussian solutions correspond to the Gaussian wave packet solutions to the free particle linear Schrödinger equation. In the present work we also show that there are other families of nonlinear Schrödinger-like equations, besides the NRT one, exhibiting a dynamics compatible with the de Broglie relations. Remarkably, however, the existence of time dependent Gaussian-like wave packet solutions is a unique feature of the NRT equation not shared by the aforementioned, more general, families of nonlinear evolution equations.

5. Exact and heuristic methods to solve the berth allocation problem in bulk ports

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Umang, Nitish; Bierlaire, Michel; Vacca, Ilaria

2012-01-01

While significant contributions have been made in the use of operations research methods and techniques to optimize container terminals, relatively less attention has been directed to bulk ports. In this paper, we consider the problem of allocating vessels along the quay in a bulk port for hybrid berth layout and dynamic vessel arrivals. A key difference that distinguishes the berth allocation problem in bulk ports from that in container terminals is the presence of fixed specialized equipmen...

6. Exact solution for chameleon field, self-coupled through the Ratra-Peebles potential with n =1 and confined between two parallel plates

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Ivanov, A. N.; Cronenberg, G.; Höllwieser, R.; Jenke, T.; Pitschmann, M.; Wellenzohn, M.; Abele, H.

2016-10-01

We calculate the chameleon field profile, confined between two parallel plates, filled with air at pressure P =10-4 mbar and room temperature and separated by the distance L , in the chameleon field theory with Ratra-Peebles self-interaction potential with index n =1 . We give the exact analytical solution in terms of Jacobian elliptic functions, depending on the mass density of the ambient matter. The obtained analytical solution can be used in qBounce experiments, measuring transition frequencies between quantum gravitational states of ultracold neutrons and also for the calculation of the chameleon field induced Casimir force for the CANNEX experiment. We show that the chameleon-matter interactions with coupling constants β ≤1 04 can be probed by qBounce experiments with sensitivities Δ E ≤10-18 eV . At L =30.1 μ m we reproduce the result β <5.8 ×1 08 , obtained by Jenke et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 151105 (2014)] at sensitivity Δ E ˜10-14 eV . In the vicinity of one of the plates our solution coincides with the solution, obtained by Brax and Pignol [Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 111301 (2011)] [see also Ivanov et al. Phys. Rev. D 87, 105013 (2013)] above a plate at zero density of the ambient matter.

7. On the Solutions of Fractional Burgers-Fisher and Generalized Fisher’s Equations Using Two Reliable Methods

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A. K. Gupta

2014-01-01

Full Text Available Two reliable techniques, Haar wavelet method and optimal homotopy asymptotic method (OHAM, are presented. Haar wavelet method is an efficient numerical method for the numerical solution of arbitrary order partial differential equations like Burgers-Fisher and generalized Fisher equations. The approximate solutions thus obtained for the fractional Burgers-Fisher and generalized Fisher equations are compared with the optimal homotopy asymptotic method as well as with the exact solutions. Comparison between the obtained solutions with the exact solutions exhibits that both the featured methods are effective and efficient in solving nonlinear problems. The obtained results justify the applicability of the proposed methods for fractional order Burgers-Fisher and generalized Fisher’s equations.

8. Numerical solution to the Complex 2D Helmholtz Equation based on Finite Volume Method with Impedance Boundary Conditions

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Handlovičová Angela

2016-01-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the numerical solution to the Helmholtz equation with impedance boundary condition, based on the Finite volume method, is discussed. We used the Robin boundary condition using exterior points. Properties of the weak solution to the Helmholtz equation and numerical solution are presented. Further the numerical experiments, comparing the numerical solution with the exact one, and the computation of the experimental order of convergence are presented.

9. Higher order analytical approximate solutions to the nonlinear pendulum by He's homotopy method

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Belendez, A; Pascual, C; Alvarez, M L; Mendez, D I; Yebra, M S; Hernandez, A [Departamento de Fisica, Ingenieria de Sistemas y Teoria de la Senal, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain)], E-mail: a.belendez@ua.es

2009-01-15

A modified He's homotopy perturbation method is used to calculate the periodic solutions of a nonlinear pendulum. The method has been modified by truncating the infinite series corresponding to the first-order approximate solution and substituting a finite number of terms in the second-order linear differential equation. As can be seen, the modified homotopy perturbation method works very well for high values of the initial amplitude. Excellent agreement of the analytical approximate period with the exact period has been demonstrated not only for small but also for large amplitudes A (the relative error is less than 1% for A < 152 deg.). Comparison of the result obtained using this method with the exact ones reveals that this modified method is very effective and convenient.

10. Comparison Study on the Exact Dynamic Stiffness Method for Free Vibration of Thin and Moderately Thick Circular Cylindrical Shells

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Xudong Chen

2016-01-01

Full Text Available Comparison study on free vibration of circular cylindrical shells between thin and moderately thick shell theories when using the exact dynamic stiffness method (DSM formulation is presented. Firstly, both the thin and moderately thick dynamic stiffness formulations are examined. Based on the strain and kinetic energy, the vibration governing equations are expressed in the Hamilton form for both thin and moderately thick circular cylindrical shells. The dynamic stiffness is assembled in a similar way as that in classic skeletal theory. With the employment of the Wittrick-Williams algorithm, natural frequencies of circular cylindrical shells can be obtained. A FORTRAN code is written and used to compute the modal characteristics. Numerical examples are presented, verifying the proposed computational framework. Since the DSM is an exact approach, the advantages of high accuracy, no-missing frequencies, and good adaptability to various geometries and boundary conditions are demonstrated. Comprehensive parametric studies on the thickness to radius ratio (h/r and the length to radius ratio (L/r are performed. Applicable ranges of h/r are found for both thin and moderately thick DSM formulations, and influences of L/r on frequencies are also investigated. The following conclusions are reached: frequencies of moderately thick shells can be considered as alternatives to those of thin shells with high accuracy where  h/r is small and L/r is large, without any observation of shear locking.

11. Efficient Simulation and Novel Modeling by Using Generic Three-Dimensional Exact Solutions to Analyze Transport Dynamics in Turbulent Vortices

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2009-02-28

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12. Algebraic Approach to Exact Solution of the (2 + 1-Dimensional Dirac Oscillator in the Noncommutative Phase Space

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H. Panahi

2017-01-01

Full Text Available We study the (2 + 1-dimensional Dirac oscillator in the noncommutative phase space and the energy eigenvalues and the corresponding wave functions of the system are obtained through the sl(2 algebraization. It is shown that the results are in good agreement with those obtained previously via a different method.

13. Exact half-BPS flux solutions in M theory with D(2,1;c';0)2 symmetry: Local solutions

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Estes, John; Feldman, Roman; Krym, Darya

2013-02-01

We construct the most general local solutions to 11-dimensional supergravity (or M theory), which are invariant under the superalgebra D(2,1;c';0)⊕D(2,1;c';0) for all values of the parameter c'. The BPS constraints are reduced to a single linear partial differential equation on a complex function G. The physical fields of the solutions are determined by c', a freely chosen harmonic function h, and the complex function G. h and G are both functions on a two-dimensional compact Riemannian manifold. We obtain the expressions for the metric and the field strength in terms of G, h, and c' and show that these are indeed valid solutions of the Einstein, Maxwell, and Bianchi equations. Finally we give a construction of one parameter deformations of AdS7×S4 and AdS4×S7 as a function of c'.

14. Exact solutions of the (3+1)-dimensional Dirac oscillator in a series of delta-function-shaped shell potentials

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2017-11-01

In this paper, we solve analytically the (3+1)-dimensional Dirac oscillator in the presence of a chain of delta-function-shaped shell potentials introduced as either a scalar or a vector coupling interaction depending on its behavior under Lorentz transformations. The transfer matrix method was used for the determination of the quantization energy condition and some particular cases were presented as detailed examples.

15. Computation of the asymptotic states of modulated open quantum systems with a numerically exact realization of the quantum trajectory method

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Volokitin, V.; Liniov, A.; Meyerov, I.; Hartmann, M.; Ivanchenko, M.; Hänggi, P.; Denisov, S.

2017-11-01

Quantum systems out of equilibrium are presently a subject of active research, both in theoretical and experimental domains. In this work, we consider time-periodically modulated quantum systems that are in contact with a stationary environment. Within the framework of a quantum master equation, the asymptotic states of such systems are described by time-periodic density operators. Resolution of these operators constitutes a nontrivial computational task. Approaches based on spectral and iterative methods are restricted to systems with the dimension of the hosting Hilbert space dim H =N ≲300 , while the direct long-time numerical integration of the master equation becomes increasingly problematic for N ≳400 , especially when the coupling to the environment is weak. To go beyond this limit, we use the quantum trajectory method, which unravels the master equation for the density operator into a set of stochastic processes for wave functions. The asymptotic density matrix is calculated by performing a statistical sampling over the ensemble of quantum trajectories, preceded by a long transient propagation. We follow the ideology of event-driven programming and construct a new algorithmic realization of the method. The algorithm is computationally efficient, allowing for long "leaps" forward in time. It is also numerically exact, in the sense that, being given the list of uniformly distributed (on the unit interval) random numbers, {η1,η2,...,ηn} , one could propagate a quantum trajectory (with ηi's as norm thresholds) in a numerically exact way. By using a scalable N -particle quantum model, we demonstrate that the algorithm allows us to resolve the asymptotic density operator of the model system with N =2000 states on a regular-size computer cluster, thus reaching the scale on which numerical studies of modulated Hamiltonian systems are currently performed.

16. Computation of the asymptotic states of modulated open quantum systems with a numerically exact realization of the quantum trajectory method.

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Volokitin, V; Liniov, A; Meyerov, I; Hartmann, M; Ivanchenko, M; Hänggi, P; Denisov, S

2017-11-01

Quantum systems out of equilibrium are presently a subject of active research, both in theoretical and experimental domains. In this work, we consider time-periodically modulated quantum systems that are in contact with a stationary environment. Within the framework of a quantum master equation, the asymptotic states of such systems are described by time-periodic density operators. Resolution of these operators constitutes a nontrivial computational task. Approaches based on spectral and iterative methods are restricted to systems with the dimension of the hosting Hilbert space dimH=N≲300, while the direct long-time numerical integration of the master equation becomes increasingly problematic for N≳400, especially when the coupling to the environment is weak. To go beyond this limit, we use the quantum trajectory method, which unravels the master equation for the density operator into a set of stochastic processes for wave functions. The asymptotic density matrix is calculated by performing a statistical sampling over the ensemble of quantum trajectories, preceded by a long transient propagation. We follow the ideology of event-driven programming and construct a new algorithmic realization of the method. The algorithm is computationally efficient, allowing for long "leaps" forward in time. It is also numerically exact, in the sense that, being given the list of uniformly distributed (on the unit interval) random numbers, {η_{1},η_{2},...,η_{n}}, one could propagate a quantum trajectory (with η_{i}'s as norm thresholds) in a numerically exact way. By using a scalable N-particle quantum model, we demonstrate that the algorithm allows us to resolve the asymptotic density operator of the model system with N=2000 states on a regular-size computer cluster, thus reaching the scale on which numerical studies of modulated Hamiltonian systems are currently performed.

17. Exact solution of a variety of X-ray probes in the Falicov-Kimball model with dynamical mean-field theory

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A.M. Shvaika

2012-12-01

Full Text Available We examine the core-level X-ray photoemission spectroscopy (XPS, X-ray absorption near-edge spectroscopy (XANES and X-ray emission spectroscopy (XES in the Falicov-Kimball model by using the exact solution from dynamical mean-field theory. XPS measures the core-hole propagator, XANES measures the absorption of X-rays when the core electron is excited to an unoccupied electronic state of the solid and is not emitted, and XES measures the spectra of light emitted as electrons fill the core-hole state created via some form of X-ray excitation. These three spectra are closely related to one another and display orthogonality catastrophe behavior at T=0. We show an efficient way of evaluating these spectra at finite temperature, with a primary focus on the details of XANES.

18. Analytical approximate solution of time-fractional Fornberg–Whitham equation by the fractional variational iteration method

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Birol İbiş

2014-12-01

Full Text Available The purpose of this paper was to obtain the analytical approximate solution of time-fractional Fornberg–Whitham, equation involving Jumarie’s modified Riemann–Liouville derivative by the fractional variational iteration method (FVIM. FVIM provides the solution in the form of a convergent series with easily calculable terms. The obtained approximate solutions are compared with the exact or existing numerical results in the literature to verify the applicability, efficiency and accuracy of the method.

19. Exact solutions to traffic density estimation problems involving the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards traffic flow model using mixed integer programming

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Canepa, Edward S.

2012-09-01

This article presents a new mixed integer programming formulation of the traffic density estimation problem in highways modeled by the Lighthill Whitham Richards equation. We first present an equivalent formulation of the problem using an Hamilton-Jacobi equation. Then, using a semi-analytic formula, we show that the model constraints resulting from the Hamilton-Jacobi equation result in linear constraints, albeit with unknown integers. We then pose the problem of estimating the density at the initial time given incomplete and inaccurate traffic data as a Mixed Integer Program. We then present a numerical implementation of the method using experimental flow and probe data obtained during Mobile Century experiment. © 2012 IEEE.

20. New solutions for conformable fractional Boussinesq and combined KdV-mKdV equations using Jacobi elliptic function expansion method

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Tasbozan, Orkun; Çenesiz, Yücel; Kurt, Ali

2016-07-01

In this paper, the Jacobi elliptic function expansion method is proposed for the first time to construct the exact solutions of the time conformable fractional two-dimensional Boussinesq equation and the combined KdV-mKdV equation. New exact solutions are found. This method is based on Jacobi elliptic functions. The results obtained confirm that the proposed method is an efficient technique for analytic treatment of a wide variety of nonlinear conformable time-fractional partial differential equations.

1. The Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method for the Solution of Higher-Order Boundary Value Problems in Finite Domains

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Javed Ali

2012-01-01

Full Text Available We solve some higher-order boundary value problems by the optimal homotopy asymptotic method (OHAM. The proposed method is capable to handle a wide variety of linear and nonlinear problems effectively. The numerical results given by OHAM are compared with the exact solutions and the solutions obtained by Adomian decomposition (ADM, variational iteration (VIM, homotopy perturbation (HPM, and variational iteration decomposition method (VIDM. The results show that the proposed method is more effective and reliable.

2. Note on the Solution of Transport Equation by Tau Method and Walsh Functions

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2010-01-01

Full Text Available We consider the combined Walsh function for the three-dimensional case. A method for the solution of the neutron transport equation in three-dimensional case by using the Walsh function, Chebyshev polynomials, and the Legendre polynomials are considered. We also present Tau method, and it was proved that it is a good approximate to exact solutions. This method is based on expansion of the angular flux in a truncated series of Walsh function in the angular variable. The main characteristic of this technique is that it reduces the problems to those of solving a system of algebraic equations; thus, it is greatly simplifying the problem.

3. Iterative solution of the inverse Cauchy problem for an elliptic equation by the conjugate gradient method

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Vasil'ev, V. I.; Kardashevsky, A. M.; Popov, V. V.; Prokopev, G. A.

2017-10-01

This article presents results of computational experiment carried out using a finite-difference method for solving the inverse Cauchy problem for a two-dimensional elliptic equation. The computational algorithm involves an iterative determination of the missing boundary condition from the override condition using the conjugate gradient method. The results of calculations are carried out on the examples with exact solutions as well as at specifying an additional condition with random errors are presented. Results showed a high efficiency of the iterative method of conjugate gradients for numerical solution

4. Analytical solution of linear ordinary differential equations by differential transfer matrix method

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Sina Khorasani

2003-08-01

Full Text Available We report a new analytical method for finding the exact solution of homogeneous linear ordinary differential equations with arbitrary order and variable coefficients. The method is based on the definition of jump transfer matrices and their extension into limiting differential form. The approach reduces the $n$th-order differential equation to a system of $n$ linear differential equations with unity order. The full analytical solution is then found by the perturbation technique. The important feature of the presented method is that it deals with the evolution of independent solutions, rather than its derivatives. We prove the validity of method by direct substitution of the solution in the original differential equation. We discuss the general properties of differential transfer matrices and present several analytical examples, showing the applicability of the method.

5. General traveling wave solutions of the strain wave equation in microstructured solids via the new approach of generalized (G′/G-expansion method

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Md. Nur Alam

2014-03-01

Full Text Available The new approach of generalized (G′/G-expansion method is significant, powerful and straightforward mathematical tool for finding exact traveling wave solutions of nonlinear evolution equations (NLEEs arise in the field of engineering, applied mathematics and physics. Dispersive effects due to microstructure of materials combined with nonlinearities give rise to solitary waves. In this article, the new approach of generalized (G′/G-expansion method has been applied to construct general traveling wave solutions of the strain wave equation in microstructured solids. Abundant exact traveling wave solutions including solitons, kink, periodic and rational solutions have been found. These solutions might play important role in engineering fields.

6. Exact Relativistic Antigravity' Propulsion

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Felber, Franklin S.

2006-01-01

The Schwarzschild solution is used to find the exact relativistic motion of a payload in the gravitational field of a mass moving with constant velocity. At radial approach or recession speeds faster than 3-1/2 times the speed of light, even a small mass gravitationally repels a payload. At relativistic speeds, a suitable mass can quickly propel a heavy payload from rest nearly to the speed of light with negligible stresses on the payload.

7. The Solution of Fourth Order Boundary Value Problem Arising out of the Beam-Column Theory Using Adomian Decomposition Method

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Omer Kelesoglu

2014-01-01

Full Text Available Adomian decomposition method (ADM is applied to linear nonhomogeneous boundary value problem arising from the beam-column theory. The obtained results are expressed in tables and graphs. We obtain rapidly converging results to exact solution by using the ADM. This situation indicates that the method is appropriate and reliable for such problems.

8. Traveling wave solutions of a biological reaction-convection-diffusion equation model by using $(G'/G$ expansion method

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2013-07-01

Full Text Available In this paper, the $(G'/G$-expansion method is applied to solve a biological reaction-convection-diffusion model arising in mathematical biology. Exact traveling wave solutions are obtained by this method. This scheme can be applied to a wide class of nonlinear partial differential equations.

9. Quantum Monte Carlo Method to Estimate the Exact Expectation Values of Non-differential Operators Using Approximate Wavefunctions

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Bosa, Ivana; Rothstein, Stuart M.

2004-03-01

Our objective is to develop a Diffusion Monte Carlo (DMC) algorithm to estimate the exact expectation values of non-differential operators, such as polarizabilities and high-order hyperpolarizabilities, for isolated atoms and molecules: . The existing Ground State Distribution DMC (GSD DMC) algorithm which attempts this has a serious bias. On the other hand, the Pure DMC algorithm with minimal stochastic reconfiguration has a reduced bias, but the expectation values are contaminated by Ψ, an inputted, approximate wave function. We modified the latter algorithm to obtain the exact expectation values, while at the same time, eliminating the bias. To compare the efficiency of GSD DMC and the modified Pure DMC algorithms we calculated simple properties of the H atom, such as various functions of coordinates and polarizabilities. Using two non-exact wavefunctions, one of moderate quality and the other very crude, in each case the results are within statistical error of the exact values.

10. Verification of Euler/Navier-Stokes codes using the method of manufactured solutions

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Roy, C. J.; Nelson, C. C.; Smith, T. M.; Ober, C. C.

2004-02-01

The method of manufactured solutions is used to verify the order of accuracy of two finite-volume Euler and Navier-Stokes codes. The Premo code employs a node-centred approach using unstructured meshes, while the Wind code employs a similar scheme on structured meshes. Both codes use Roe's upwind method with MUSCL extrapolation for the convective terms and central differences for the diffusion terms, thus yielding a numerical scheme that is formally second-order accurate. The method of manufactured solutions is employed to generate exact solutions to the governing Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in two dimensions along with additional source terms. These exact solutions are then used to accurately evaluate the discretization error in the numerical solutions. Through global discretization error analyses, the spatial order of accuracy is observed to be second order for both codes, thus giving a high degree of confidence that the two codes are free from coding mistakes in the options exercised. Examples of coding mistakes discovered using the method are also given.

11. Potential for α -induced nuclear scattering, reaction and decay, and a resonance-pole-decay model with exact explicit analytical solutions

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Sahu, Basudeb; Bhoi, Swagatika

2017-10-01

The decay of α particle from a nucleus is viewed as a quantum resonance state of a two-body scattering process of the α +daughter nucleus pair governed by a novel nucleus-nucleus potential in squared Woods-Saxon form. By the application of the rigorous optical model (OM) potential scattering (S -matrix) theory the genuineness of the potential for the system is established by giving a good explanation of the elastic scattering and reaction cross sections data of the α +nucleus pair. From the pole position in the complex momentum (k ) plane of the S matrix of the real part of the OM potential defined above, the energy and width of the resonance state akin to the decaying state of emission of α particle are extracted and from this width, the result of the α -decay half-life is derived to account for the experimental result of the half-life in the cases of a large number of α emitters including heavy and superheavy nuclei. The S matrix of the real OM potential is replaced by an analytical function expressed in terms of exact Schrödinger solutions of a global potential that closely represents the real Coulomb-nuclear interaction in the interior and the pure Coulomb wave functions outside, and the resonant poles of this S matrix in the complex momentum plane are used to give satisfactory results of decay half-lives of α coming out from varieties of nuclei.

12. Two-phase coating flows of a non-Newtonian fluid with linearly varying temperature at the boundaries-an exact solution

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Khan, Zeeshan; Khan, Muhammad Altaf; Khan, Ilyas; Islam, Saeed; Siddiqui, Nasir

2017-07-01

We have explored double-layer-coated fiber optics using two-phase immiscible non-Newtonian fluid as a polymeric material. We have considered two layers, the first layer is assumed of soft material and the second consists of hard material. Resin flows are driven by fast-moving glass fiber and the pressurization at the coating die inlet. Two cases of temperature linearly varying at the boundaries have been discussed. The assumption of fully developed flow of non-Newtonian fluid permits an exact solution to the Navier-Stokes equations. The thickness of the secondary coating resin and the shear stress on the glass fiber, which are two basic output variables of practical concern, have been examined by several input parameters: two geometric parameters, i.e., radius of the glass fiber Rw and radius of the coating die Rd; two operational parameters, i.e., the velocity ratio U and power indices n1,2; the non-Newtonian parameter S1,2; and the nondimensional parameters H and ϕ. The comparison of the present work with published result predicts the close agreement.

13. Numerical Solution of Riccati Equations by the Adomian and Asymptotic Decomposition Methods over Extended Domains

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Jafar Biazar

2015-01-01

Full Text Available We combine the Adomian decomposition method (ADM and Adomian’s asymptotic decomposition method (AADM for solving Riccati equations. We investigate the approximate global solution by matching the near-field approximation derived from the Adomian decomposition method with the far-field approximation derived from Adomian’s asymptotic decomposition method for Riccati equations and in such cases when we do not find any region of overlap between the obtained approximate solutions by the two proposed methods, we connect the two approximations by the Padé approximant of the near-field approximation. We illustrate the efficiency of the technique for several specific examples of the Riccati equation for which the exact solution is known in advance.

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Results obtained with the Variational Iteration Method (VIM) on the Burgers equation were compared with the exact found in literature. All computational framework of the research were performed with the aid of Maple 18 software. Keywords: Variational Iteration Method, Burgers Equation, Partial Differential Equations, ...

15. Solution of Axisymmetric Potential Problem in Oblate Spheroid Using the Exodus Method

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O. D. Momoh

2014-01-01

Full Text Available This paper presents the use of Exodus method for computing potential distribution within a conducting oblate spheroidal system. An explicit finite difference method for solving Laplace’s equation in oblate spheroidal coordinate systems for an axially symmetric geometry was developed. This was used to determine the transition probabilities for the Exodus method. A strategy was developed to overcome the singularity problems encountered in the oblate spheroid pole regions. The potential computation results obtained correlate with those obtained by exact solution and explicit finite difference methods.

16. Solving the competitive facility location problem considering the reactions of competitor with a hybrid algorithm including Tabu Search and exact method

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2017-06-01

In this paper, a leader-follower competitive facility location problem considering the reactions of the competitors is studied. A model for locating new facilities and determining levels of quality for the facilities of the leader firm is proposed. Moreover, changes in the location and quality of existing facilities in a competitive market where a competitor offers the same goods or services are taken into account. The competitor could react by opening new facilities, closing existing ones, and adjusting the quality levels of its existing facilities. The market share, captured by each facility, depends on its distance to customer and its quality that is calculated based on the probabilistic Huff's model. Each firm aims to maximize its profit subject to constraints on quality levels and budget of setting up new facilities. This problem is formulated as a bi-level mixed integer non-linear model. The model is solved using a combination of Tabu Search with an exact method. The performance of the proposed algorithm is compared with an upper bound that is achieved by applying Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Computational results show that our algorithm finds near the upper bound solutions in a reasonable time.

17. Exact geodesic distances in FLRW spacetimes

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Cunningham, William J.; Rideout, David; Halverson, James; Krioukov, Dmitri

2017-11-01

Geodesics are used in a wide array of applications in cosmology and astrophysics. However, it is not a trivial task to efficiently calculate exact geodesic distances in an arbitrary spacetime. We show that in spatially flat (3 +1 )-dimensional Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) spacetimes, it is possible to integrate the second-order geodesic differential equations, and derive a general method for finding both timelike and spacelike distances given initial-value or boundary-value constraints. In flat spacetimes with either dark energy or matter, whether dust, radiation, or a stiff fluid, we find an exact closed-form solution for geodesic distances. In spacetimes with a mixture of dark energy and matter, including spacetimes used to model our physical universe, there exists no closed-form solution, but we provide a fast numerical method to compute geodesics. A general method is also described for determining the geodesic connectedness of an FLRW manifold, provided only its scale factor.

18. When 'exact recovery' is exact recovery in compressed sensing simulation

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Sturm, Bob L.

2012-01-01

In a simulation of compressed sensing (CS), one must test whether the recovered solution \$$\\vax\$$ is the true solution \$$\\vx\$$, i.e., `exact recovery.'' Most CS simulations employ one of two criteria: 1) the recovered support is the true support; or 2) the normalized squared error is less than...

19. Lie symmetry analysis, conservation laws and exact solutions of the time-fractional generalized Hirota-Satsuma coupled KdV system

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Saberi, Elaheh; Reza Hejazi, S.

2018-02-01

In the present paper, Lie point symmetries of the time-fractional generalized Hirota-Satsuma coupled KdV (HS-cKdV) system based on the Riemann-Liouville derivative are obtained. Using the derived Lie point symmetries, we obtain similarity reductions and conservation laws of the considered system. Finally, some analytic solutions are furnished by means of the invariant subspace method in the Caputo sense.

20. Numerical solutions and error estimations for the space fractional diffusion equation with variable coefficients via Fibonacci collocation method.

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Bahşı, Ayşe Kurt; Yalçınbaş, Salih

2016-01-01

In this study, the Fibonacci collocation method based on the Fibonacci polynomials are presented to solve for the fractional diffusion equations with variable coefficients. The fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense. This method is derived by expanding the approximate solution with Fibonacci polynomials. Using this method of the fractional derivative this equation can be reduced to a set of linear algebraic equations. Also, an error estimation algorithm which is based on the residual functions is presented for this method. The approximate solutions are improved by using this error estimation algorithm. If the exact solution of the problem is not known, the absolute error function of the problems can be approximately computed by using the Fibonacci polynomial solution. By using this error estimation function, we can find improved solutions which are more efficient than direct numerical solutions. Numerical examples, figures, tables are comparisons have been presented to show efficiency and usable of proposed method.

1. One-dimensional coupled Burgers’ equation and its numerical solution by an implicit logarithmic finite-difference method

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Vineet K. Srivastava

2014-03-01

Full Text Available In this paper, an implicit logarithmic finite difference method (I-LFDM is implemented for the numerical solution of one dimensional coupled nonlinear Burgers’ equation. The numerical scheme provides a system of nonlinear difference equations which we linearise using Newton's method. The obtained linear system via Newton's method is solved by Gauss elimination with partial pivoting algorithm. To illustrate the accuracy and reliability of the scheme, three numerical examples are described. The obtained numerical solutions are compared well with the exact solutions and those already available.

2. Local solution method for the problem of enlargement of filtration

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Song, Shiqi

2013-01-01

The enlargement of filtration theory is a study of semimartingales when the basic filtration changes. This theory provides particular techniques on stochastic calculus. We present here a technique, that we call the local solution method. We will show, with several examples, that the local solution method is an effective and flexible method. In particular, with the local solution method, we will give a unified proof of three of the classical formulas, namely Jacod's formula, the progressive en...

3. Application of A Second Derivative Multi-Step Method to Numerical Solution of Volterra Integral Equation of Second Kind

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Mehriban Imanova Natiq

2012-03-01

Full Text Available Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE As is known, many problems of natural science are reduced mainly to the solution of nonlinear Volterra integral equations. The method of quadratures that was first applied by Volterra to solving variable boundary integral equations is popular among numerical methods for the solution of such equations. At present, there are different modifications of the method of quadratures that have bounded accuracies. Here we suggest a second derivative multistep method for constructing more exact methods.

4. On the fractional Jaulent-Miodek equation associated with energy-dependent Schrödinger potential: Lie symmetry reductions, explicit exact solutions and conservation laws

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Majlesi, A.; Roohani Ghehsareh, H.; Zaghian, A.

2017-12-01

In this study, the Lie symmetry analysis is performed on a coupled system of nonlinear time-fractional Jaulent-Miodek equations associated with energy-dependent Schrödinger potential. The underlying problem is similarity reduced to a system of nonlinear ordinary differential equations with Erdelyi-Kober fractional derivatives. Employing the invariant subspace method, a set of explicit solutions for the problem has been well constructed. In addition, the new conservation theorem is used to construct the conservation laws of the problem.

5. PARALLEL SOLUTION METHODS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

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Korhan KARABULUT

1998-03-01

Full Text Available Partial differential equations arise in almost all fields of science and engineering. Computer time spent in solving partial differential equations is much more than that of in any other problem class. For this reason, partial differential equations are suitable to be solved on parallel computers that offer great computation power. In this study, parallel solution to partial differential equations with Jacobi, Gauss-Siedel, SOR (Succesive OverRelaxation and SSOR (Symmetric SOR algorithms is studied.

6. New Solutions for System of Fractional Integro-Differential Equations and Abel’s Integral Equations by Chebyshev Spectral Method

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Hassan A. Zedan

2017-01-01

Full Text Available Chebyshev spectral method based on operational matrix is applied to both systems of fractional integro-differential equations and Abel’s integral equations. Some test problems, for which the exact solution is known, are considered. Numerical results with comparisons are made to confirm the reliability of the method. Chebyshev spectral method may be considered as alternative and efficient technique for finding the approximation of system of fractional integro-differential equations and Abel’s integral equations.

7. Exact soliton solutions of coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations: shape-changing collisions, logic gates, and partially coherent solitons.

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Kanna, T; Lakshmanan, M

2003-04-01

The different dynamical features underlying soliton interactions in coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations, which model multimode wave propagation under varied physical situations in nonlinear optics, are studied. In this paper, by explicitly constructing multisoliton solutions (up to four-soliton solutions) for two-coupled and arbitrary N-coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations using the Hirota bilinearization method, we bring out clearly the various features underlying the fascinating shape changing (intensity redistribution) collisions of solitons, including changes in amplitudes, phases and relative separation distances, and the very many possibilities of energy redistributions among the modes of solitons. However, in this multisoliton collision process the pairwise collision nature is shown to be preserved in spite of the changes in the amplitudes and phases of the solitons. Detailed asymptotic analysis also shows that when solitons undergo multiple collisions, there exists the exciting possibility of shape restoration of at least one soliton during interactions of more than two solitons represented by three- and higher-order soliton solutions. From an application point of view, we have shown from the asymptotic expressions how the amplitude (intensity) redistribution can be written as a generalized linear fractional transformation for the N-component case. Also we indicate how the multisolitons can be reinterpreted as various logic gates for suitable choices of the soliton parameters, leading to possible multistate logic. In addition, we point out that the various recently studied partially coherent solitons are just special cases of the bright soliton solutions exhibiting shape-changing collisions, thereby explaining their variable profile and shape variation in collision process.

8. Envelope periodic solutions for a discrete network with the Jacobi elliptic functions and the alternative (G'/G)-expansion method including the generalized Riccati equation

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Tala-Tebue, E.; Tsobgni-Fozap, D. C.; Kenfack-Jiotsa, A.; Kofane, T. C.

2014-06-01

Using the Jacobi elliptic functions and the alternative ( G'/ G-expansion method including the generalized Riccati equation, we derive exact soliton solutions for a discrete nonlinear electrical transmission line in (2+1) dimension. More precisely, these methods are general as they lead us to diverse solutions that have not been previously obtained for the nonlinear electrical transmission lines. This study seeks to show that it is not often necessary to transform the equation of the network into a well-known differential equation before finding its solutions. The solutions obtained by the current methods are generalized periodic solutions of nonlinear equations. The shape of solutions can be well controlled by adjusting the parameters of the network. These exact solutions may have significant applications in telecommunication systems where solitons are used to codify or for the transmission of data.

9. ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF EXISTING SOLUTION METHODS OF QUADRATIC ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM

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Morteza KARAMI

2014-01-01

Full Text Available Quadratic Assignment Problem (QAP is known as one of the most difficult combinatorial optimization problems that is classified in the category of NP-hard problems. Quadratic Assignment Problem Library (QAPLIB is a full database of QAPs which contains several problems from different authors and different sizes. Many exact and meta-heuristic solution methods have been introduced to solve QAP. In this study we focus on previously introduced solution methods of QAP e.g. Branch and Bound (B&B, Simulated Annealing (SA Algorithm, Greedy Randomized Adaptive Search Procedure (GRASP for dense and sparse QAPs. The codes of FORTRAN for these methods were downloaded from QAPLIB. All problems of QAPLIB were solved by the abovementioned methods. Several results were obtained from the computational experiments part. The Results show that the Branch and Bound method is able to introduce a feasible solution for all problems while Simulated Annealing Algorithm and GRASP methods are not able to find any solution for some problems. On the other hand, Simulated Annealing and GRASP methods have shorter run time comparing to the Branch and Bound method. In addition, the performance of the methods on the objective function value is discussed.

10. Fractional solutions of Bessel equation with N-method.

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Bas, Erdal; Yilmazer, Resat; Panakhov, Etibar

2013-01-01

This paper deals with the design fractional solution of Bessel equation. We obtain explicit solutions of the equation with the help of fractional calculus techniques. Using the N-fractional calculus operator N(ν) method, we derive the fractional solutions of the equation.

11. Solutions of fractional diffusion equations by variation of parameters method

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Mohyud-Din Syed Tauseef

2015-01-01

Full Text Available This article is devoted to establish a novel analytical solution scheme for the fractional diffusion equations. Caputo’s formulation followed by the variation of parameters method has been employed to obtain the analytical solutions. Following the derived analytical scheme, solution of the fractional diffusion equation for several initial functions has been obtained. Graphs are plotted to see the physical behavior of obtained solutions.

12. Variation Iteration Method for The Approximate Solution of Nonlinear ...

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Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Science (June, 2016, 24(1): 70-75. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/njbas.v24i1.11. ISSN 0794-5698. Variation Iteration Method for The ... rocket motor, acoustic, number theory, heat conduction, shock waves, etc. (Burger, 1948). Hence, obtaining the exact resolution of this equation for a ...

13. AESS: Accelerated Exact Stochastic Simulation

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Jenkins, David D.; Peterson, Gregory D.

2011-12-01

The Stochastic Simulation Algorithm (SSA) developed by Gillespie provides a powerful mechanism for exploring the behavior of chemical systems with small species populations or with important noise contributions. Gene circuit simulations for systems biology commonly employ the SSA method, as do ecological applications. This algorithm tends to be computationally expensive, so researchers seek an efficient implementation of SSA. In this program package, the Accelerated Exact Stochastic Simulation Algorithm (AESS) contains optimized implementations of Gillespie's SSA that improve the performance of individual simulation runs or ensembles of simulations used for sweeping parameters or to provide statistically significant results. Program summaryProgram title: AESS Catalogue identifier: AEJW_v1_0 Program summary URL:http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/AEJW_v1_0.html Program obtainable from: CPC Program Library, Queen's University, Belfast, N. Ireland Licensing provisions: University of Tennessee copyright agreement No. of lines in distributed program, including test data, etc.: 10 861 No. of bytes in distributed program, including test data, etc.: 394 631 Distribution format: tar.gz Programming language: C for processors, CUDA for NVIDIA GPUs Computer: Developed and tested on various x86 computers and NVIDIA C1060 Tesla and GTX 480 Fermi GPUs. The system targets x86 workstations, optionally with multicore processors or NVIDIA GPUs as accelerators. Operating system: Tested under Ubuntu Linux OS and CentOS 5.5 Linux OS Classification: 3, 16.12 Nature of problem: Simulation of chemical systems, particularly with low species populations, can be accurately performed using Gillespie's method of stochastic simulation. Numerous variations on the original stochastic simulation algorithm have been developed, including approaches that produce results with statistics that exactly match the chemical master equation (CME) as well as other approaches that approximate the CME. Solution

14. A New Coupled Fractional Reduced Differential Transform Method for the Numerical Solutions of (2+1-Dimensional Time Fractional Coupled Burger Equations

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S. Saha Ray

2014-01-01

Full Text Available A very new technique, coupled fractional reduced differential transform, has been implemented to obtain the numerical approximate solution of (2 + 1-dimensional coupled time fractional burger equations. The fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense. By using the present method we can solve many linear and nonlinear coupled fractional differential equations. The obtained results are compared with the exact solutions. Numerical solutions are presented graphically to show the reliability and efficiency of the method.

15. Exact two-time correlation and response functions in the one-dimensional coagulation-diffusion process by the empty-interval-particle method

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Durang, Xavier; Fortin, Jean-Yves; Henkel, Malte

2010-01-01

The one-dimensional coagulation-diffusion process describes the strongly fluctuating dynamics of particles, freely hopping between the nearest-neighbour sites of a chain such that one of them disappears with probability 1 if two particles meet. The exact two-time correlation and response function in the one-dimensional coagulation-diffusion process are derived from the empty-interval-particle method. The main quantity is the conditional probability of finding an empty interval of n consecutiv...

16. On Newton's method for Riccati equation solution

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Sandell, N. R., Jr.

1974-01-01

It is shown that the assumptions of controllability and observability in two theorems of Kleinman (1968, 1970) concerning Newton's method for the Ricatti equation can be weakened to stabilizability and detectability. Empirically, this has been known for some time.

17. An evaluation of exact matching and propensity score methods as applied in a comparative effectiveness study of inhaled corticosteroids in asthma

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Burden, Anne; Roche, Nicolas; Miglio, Cristiana; Hillyer, Elizabeth V; Postma, Dirkje S; Herings, Ron MC; Overbeek, Jetty A; Khalid, Javaria Mona; van Eickels, Daniela; Price, David B

2017-01-01

Background Cohort matching and regression modeling are used in observational studies to control for confounding factors when estimating treatment effects. Our objective was to evaluate exact matching and propensity score methods by applying them in a 1-year pre–post historical database study to investigate asthma-related outcomes by treatment. Methods We drew on longitudinal medical record data in the PHARMO database for asthma patients prescribed the treatments to be compared (ciclesonide and fine-particle inhaled corticosteroid [ICS]). Propensity score methods that we evaluated were propensity score matching (PSM) using two different algorithms, the inverse probability of treatment weighting (IPTW), covariate adjustment using the propensity score, and propensity score stratification. We defined balance, using standardized differences, as differences of 10% for four variables in the exact-matched dataset and <10% for both PSM algorithms and the weighted pseudo-dataset used in the IPTW method. With all methods, ciclesonide was associated with better 1-year asthma-related outcomes, at one-third the prescribed dose, than fine-particle ICS; results varied slightly by method, but direction and statistical significance remained the same. Conclusion We found that each method has its particular strengths, and we recommend at least two methods be applied for each matched cohort study to evaluate the robustness of the findings. Balance diagnostics should be applied with all methods to check the balance of confounders between treatment cohorts. If exact matching is used, the calculation of a propensity score could be useful to identify variables that require balancing, thereby informing the choice of matching criteria together with clinical considerations. PMID:28356782

18. An explicit approximate solution to the Duffing-harmonic oscillator by a cubication method

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Belendez, A., E-mail: a.belendez@ua.e [Departamento de Fisica, Ingenieria de Sistemas y Teoria de la Senal, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain); Mendez, D.I. [Departamento de Fisica, Ingenieria de Sistemas y Teoria de la Senal, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain); Fernandez, E. [Departamento de Optica, Farmacologia y Anatomia, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain); Marini, S. [Departamento de Fisica, Ingenieria de Sistemas y Teoria de la Senal, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain); Pascual, I. [Departamento de Optica, Farmacologia y Anatomia, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain)

2009-08-03

The nonlinear oscillations of a Duffing-harmonic oscillator are investigated by an approximated method based on the 'cubication' of the initial nonlinear differential equation. In this cubication method the restoring force is expanded in Chebyshev polynomials and the original nonlinear differential equation is approximated by a Duffing equation in which the coefficients for the linear and cubic terms depend on the initial amplitude, A. The replacement of the original nonlinear equation by an approximate Duffing equation allows us to obtain explicit approximate formulas for the frequency and the solution as a function of the complete elliptic integral of the first kind and the Jacobi elliptic function, respectively. These explicit formulas are valid for all values of the initial amplitude and we conclude this cubication method works very well for the whole range of initial amplitudes. Excellent agreement of the approximate frequencies and periodic solutions with the exact ones is demonstrated and discussed and the relative error for the approximate frequency is as low as 0.071%. Unlike other approximate methods applied to this oscillator, which are not capable to reproduce exactly the behaviour of the approximate frequency when A tends to zero, the cubication method used in this Letter predicts exactly the behaviour of the approximate frequency not only when A tends to infinity, but also when A tends to zero. Finally, a closed-form expression for the approximate frequency is obtained in terms of elementary functions. To do this, the relationship between the complete elliptic integral of the first kind and the arithmetic-geometric mean as well as Legendre's formula to approximately obtain this mean are used.

19. Exact discretization by Fourier transforms

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Tarasov, Vasily E.

2016-08-01

A discretization of differential and integral operators of integer and non-integer orders is suggested. New type of differences, which are represented by infinite series, is proposed. A characteristic feature of the suggested differences is an implementation of the same algebraic properties that have the operator of differentiation (property of algebraic correspondence). Therefore the suggested differences are considered as an exact discretization of derivatives. These differences have a property of universality, which means that these operators do not depend on the form of differential equations and the parameters of these equations. The suggested differences operators allows us to have difference equations whose solutions are equal to the solutions of corresponding differential equations. The exact discretization of the derivatives of integer orders is given by the suggested differences of the same integer orders. Similarly, the exact discretization of the Riesz derivatives and integrals of integer and non-integer order is given by the proposed fractional differences of the same order.

20. Travelling Wave Solutions of Coupled Burger’s Equations of Time-Space Fractional Order by Novel (Gʹ/G-Expansion Method

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Rashida Hussain

2017-04-01

Full Text Available In this paper, Novel (Gʹ/G-expansion method is used to find new generalized exact travelling wave solutions of fractional order coupled Burger’s equations in terms of trigonometric functions, rational functions and hyperbolic functions with arbitrary parameters. For the conversion of the partial differential equation to the ordinary differential equation, complex transformation method is used. Novel (Gʹ/G-expansion method is very effective and provides a powerful mathematical tool to solve nonlinear equations. Moreover, for the representation of these exact solutions we have plotted graphs for different values of parameters which were in travelling waveform.