By Changpin Li, Yujiang Wu, Ruisong Ye
Nonlinear dynamics remains to be a scorching and demanding subject. during this edited ebook, we concentrate on fractional dynamics, limitless dimensional dynamics outlined by way of the partial differential equation, community dynamics, fractal dynamics, and their numerical research and simulation.
Fractional dynamics is a brand new subject within the learn box of nonlinear dynamics which has attracted expanding curiosity as a result of its power functions within the actual international, corresponding to modeling reminiscence tactics and fabrics. during this half, simple thought for fractional differential equations and numerical simulations for those equations can be brought and mentioned.
within the countless dimensional dynamics half, we emphasize on numerical calculation and theoretical research, together with developing a number of numerical tools and computing the corresponding restrict units, and so forth.
within the final half, we convey curiosity in community dynamics and fractal dynamics including numerical simulations in addition to their functions.
Readership: Senior undergraduates, postgraduates and specialists in nonlinear dynamics with numerical research.
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31) where 0 < α < 1, f : [0, T ]×R → R is a continuous function, a, b, c are real constants with a + b = 0, they obtained the following theorem [Benchohra et al. 20. 31) has at least one solution on [0, T ]. 31) has a unique solution on [0, T ]. 8. i) In [Benchohra et al. 32) g : C([0, T ], R) → R is a continuous function.
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9. 5in ws-book975x65-rev Existence and uniqueness of the solutions to the fractional differential equations 31 (i) A : I × X → B(X) is a continuous bounded linear operator and there exists a constant M > 0 such that, A(t, x) − A(t, y) B(X) ≤ M x − y , f or all x, y ∈ X. (ii) f : I × X × X → is continuous and there exists a constant L > 0 such that, f (t, x, u) − f (t, y, v) ≤ L[ x − y + u − v ], f or all x, y, u, v ∈ X. (iii) h : ∆ × X → X is continuous and there exists a constant L∗ > 0 such that, h(t, s, x) − h(t, s, y) ≤ L∗ x − y , f or all x, y ∈ X.