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Published: 1 January 2023
Journal: Aims Mathematics
Aims Mathematics, Volume 8, pp 1329-1344; https://doi.org/10.3934/math.2023066
Exhaustive surveys have been previously done on the long-time behavior of illness systems with Lévy motion. All of these works have considered a Lévy–Itô decomposition associated with independent white noises and a specific Lévy measure. This setting is very particular and ignores an important class of dependent Lévy noises with a general infinite measure (finite or infinite). In this paper, we adopt this general framework and we treat a novel correlated stochastic $ SIR_p $ system. By presuming some assumptions, we demonstrate the ergodic characteristic of our system. To numerically probe the advantage of our proposed framework, we implement Rosinski's algorithm for tempered stable distributions. We conclude that tempered tails have a strong effect on the long-term dynamics of the system and abruptly alter its behavior.
Fractal and Fractional, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.3390/fractalfract6100580
The Navier–Stokes (NS) equations involving MHD effects with time-fractional derivatives are discussed in this paper. This paper investigates the local and global existence and uniqueness of the mild solution to the NS equations for the time fractional differential operator. In addition, we work on the regularity effects of such types of equations which are caused by MHD flow.
Fractal and Fractional, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.3390/fractalfract6090520
Fractional calculus is useful in studying physical phenomena with memory effects. In this paper, the fractional KMM (FKMM) system with beta-derivative in (2+1)-dimensions was studied for the first time. It can model short-wave propagation in saturated ferromagnetic materials, which has many applications in the high-tech world, especially in microwave devices. Using the properties of beta-derivatives and a proper transformation, the FKMM system was initially changed into the KMM system, which is a (2+1)-dimensional generalization of the sine-Gordon equation. Lie symmetry analysis and the optimal system for the KMM system were investigated. Using the optimal system, we obtained eight (1+1)-dimensional reduction equations. Based on the reduction equations, new soliton solutions, oblique analytical solutions, rational function solutions and power series solutions for the KMM system and FKMM system were derived. Using the properties of beta-derivatives and another transformation, the FKMM system was changed into a system of ordinary differential equations. Based on the obtained system of ordinary differential equations, Jacobi elliptic function solutions and solitary wave solutions for the FKMM system were derived. For the KMM system, the results about Lie symmetries, optimal system, reduction equations, and oblique traveling wave solutions are new, since Lie symmetry analysis method has not been applied to such a system before. For the FKMM system, all of the exact solutions are new. The main novelty of the paper lies in the fact that beta-derivatives have been used to change fractional differential equations into classical differential equations. The technique can also be extended to other fractional differential equations.
Shock and Vibration, Volume 2022, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/7515080
In this study, the dynamical analysis of the Mathieu equation with multifrequency excitation under fractional-order delayed feedback control is investigated by the incremental harmonic balance method (IHBM). IHBM is applied to the fractional-order delayed feedback control system, and the general formulas of the first-order approximate periodic solution for the Mathieu equation are derived. Caputo’s definition is adopted to process the fractional-order delayed feedback term. The general formulas of this system are suitable for not only the weakly but also the strongly nonlinear fractional-order system. Through the analysis of the general formulas of this system, it shows that fractional-order delayed feedback control has two functions, which are velocity delayed feedback control and displacement delayed feedback control. Next, the numerical simulation of the system is carried out. The comparison between the approximate analytical solution and the numerical iterative result is made, and the accuracy of the approximate analytical result by IHBM is proved to be high. At last, the effects of the time delay, feedback coefficient, and fractional order are investigated, respectively. It is generally known that time delay is common and inevitable in the control system. But the fractional order can be used to adjust the influence caused by time delay in fractional-order delayed feedback control. Those new system characteristics will provide theoretical guidance to the design and the control of this kind system.
Axioms, Volume 11; https://doi.org/10.3390/axioms11070308
In this paper, some novel conditions for the stability results for a class of fractional-order quasi-linear impulsive integro-differential systems with multiple delays is discussed. First, the existence and uniqueness of mild solutions for the considered system is discussed using contraction mapping theorem. Then, novel conditions for Mittag–Leffler stability (MLS) of the considered system are established by using well known mathematical techniques, and further, the two corollaries are deduced, which still gives some new results. Finally, an example is given to illustrate the applications of the results.
Mathematics, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10071125
This work proposes a qualitative study for the fractional second-grade fluid described by a fractional operator. The classical Caputo fractional operator is used in the investigations. The exact analytical solutions of the constructed problems for the proposed model are determined by using the Laplace transform method, which particularly includes the Laplace transform of the Caputo derivative. The impact of the used fractional operator is presented; especially, the acceleration effect is noticed in the paper. The parameters’ influences are focused on the dynamics such as the Prandtl number
, the Grashof numbers , and the parameter when the fractional-order derivative is used in modeling the second-grade fluid model. Their impacts are also analyzed from a physical point of view besides mathematical calculations. The impact of the fractional parameter is also provided. Finally, it is concluded that the graphical representations support the theoretical observations of the paper.
Published: 1 January 2022
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, Volume 20, pp 930-954; https://doi.org/10.3934/mbe.2023043
Within the framework of physical and ecological integrated control of cyanobacteria bloom, because the outbreak of cyanobacteria bloom can form cyanobacteria clustering phenomenon, so a new aquatic ecological model with clustering behavior is proposed to describe the dynamic relationship between cyanobacteria and potential grazers. The biggest advantage of the model is that it depicts physical spraying treatment technology into the existence pattern of cyanobacteria, then integrates the physical and ecological integrated control with the aggregation of cyanobacteria. Mathematical theory works mainly investigate some key threshold conditions to induce Transcritical bifurcation and Hopf bifurcation of the model $ (2.1) $, which can force cyanobacteria and potential grazers to form steady-state coexistence mode and periodic oscillation coexistence mode respectively. Numerical simulation works not only explore the influence of clustering on the dynamic relationship between cyanobacteria and potential grazers, but also dynamically show the evolution process of Transcritical bifurcation and Hopf bifurcation, which can be clearly seen that the density of cyanobacteria decreases gradually with the evolution of bifurcation dynamics. Furthermore, it should be worth explaining that the most important role of physical spraying treatment technology can break up clumps of cyanobacteria in the process of controlling cyanobacteria bloom, but cannot change the dynamic essential characteristics of cyanobacteria and potential grazers represented by the model $ (2.1) $, this result implies that the physical spraying treatment technology cannot fundamentally eliminate cyanobacteria bloom. In a word, it is hoped that the results of this paper can provide some theoretical support for the physical and ecological integrated control of cyanobacteria bloom.