Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics

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ISSN / EISSN : 23274352 / 23274379
Current Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc, (10.4236)
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Boris Menin
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 23-37; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81003

Abstract:Aims: The purpose of this work is to present the information approach as the only effective tool that allows us to calculate the uncertainty of any result of the study on the use of refrigeration equipment. Methodology: Using the definitions and formulas of information theory and similarity theory, the amount of information contained in a model of refrigeration equipment or process is calculated. This allows us to present formulas for calculating the relative and comparative uncertainties of the model without additional assumptions. Based on these formulas, the value of the inevitable threshold of the accuracy of the representation of the studied construction or process is determined. Results: Theoretically substantiated recommendations are formulated for choosing the most effective methods for analyzing refrigeration equipment are formulated. Conclusion: Having calculated the amount of information contained in the model, we presented practical methods for analyzing data on refrigeration equipment.
Tie Li, Yinsheng Jiang, Yaoming Niu, Li Tie, Jiang Yinsheng, Niu YaoMing
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 53-69; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81005

Abstract:Let μ be a non-negative Radon measure on Rd which only satisfies the following growth condition that there exists a positive constant C such that μ(B(x,r)) ≤ Crn for all x∈ Rd, r > 0 and some fixed n ∈ (0,d]. This paper is interested in the properties of the iterated commutators of multilinear singular integral operators on Morrey spaces .Precisely speaking, we show that the iterated commutators generated by multilinear singular integrals operators are bounded from to where (Regular Bounded Mean Oscillation space) and 1 qj ≤ pj ∞ with 1/p = 1/p1 + ... + 1/pm and 1/q = 1/q1+ ... + 1/qm.
Mohammed Janati Idrissi, Abdelaziz Fedoul, Salaheddine Sayouri, Ibrahim Amila
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 184-195; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81014

Abstract:We propose an approach based on Floquet theorem combined with the resonating averages method (RAM), to solve the time-dependent Schrödinger equation with a time-periodic Hamiltonian. This approach provides an alternative way to determine directly the evolution operator, and then we deduct the wave functions and the corresponding quasi-energies, of quantum systems. An application is operated for the driven cubic or/and quatric anharmonic as well as for the Morse potential. Comparisons of our results with those of other authors are discussed, and numerical evaluations are performed, to determine the dissociation energy of (HCl) and (CO) molecules.
Yunfeng Li, Yundong Li, Naveed Akbar
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 172-183; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81013

Abstract:The dynamic stiffness method and Transfer method is applied to study the vibration characteristics of the Euler-Bernoulli pipe conveying fluid in this paper. According to the dynamics equation of the pipe conveying fluid, the element dynamic stiffness is established. The vibration characteristic of the single-span pipe is analyzed under two kinds of boundary conditions. The results compared with the literature, which has a good consistency. Based on this method, natural frequency and the critical speed of the two types of multi-span pipe are deserved. This paper shows that the dynamic stiffness method and transfer matrix is an effective method to deal with the vibration problem of pipe conveying fluid.
Peng Zhang, Zhensheng Yu, Zhang Peng, Yu Zhensheng
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 10-22; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81002

Abstract:In this paper, we consider an extragradient thresholding algorithm for finding the sparse solution of mixed complementarity problems (MCPs). We establish a relaxation l1 regularized projection minimization model for the original problem and design an extragradient thresholding algorithm (ETA) to solve the regularized model. Furthermore, we prove that any cluster point of the sequence generated by ETA is a solution of MCP. Finally, numerical experiments show that the ETA algorithm can effectively solve the l1 regularized projection minimization model and obtain the sparse solution of the mixed complementarity problem.
Jinyou Huang, Shuang Chen, Huang Jinyou
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 1-9; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81001

Abstract:We consider a functional partially linear additive model that predicts a functional response by a scalar predictor and functional predictors. The B-spline and eigenbasis least squares estimator for both the parametric and the nonparametric components proposed. In the final of this paper, as a result, we got the variance decomposition of the model and establish the asymptotic convergence rate for estimator.
Sami M. Al-Jaber, Iyad Saadeddin
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 38-52; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81004

Abstract:In this paper, charging capacitor in RC circuit, to a final voltage, via arbitrary number of steps, is investigated and analyzed both theoretically and experimentally. The obtained results show that the stored energy in the capacitor is constant independent of N, but the dissipated energy in the resistor and the consumed energy by the power supply decreases as number of steps N increases (adiabatic charging). The limit when the step number goes to infinity is examined and our result shows that the dissipated energy vanishes theoretically. This limit is carried out experimentally by using a ramp potential.
Qiaoqiao Tang, Haomin Zhang, Shifeng Gong
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 70-84; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81006

Abstract:In recent years, variable selection based on penalty likelihood methods has aroused great concern. Based on the Gibbs sampling algorithm of asymmetric Laplace distribution, this paper considers the quantile regression with adaptive Lasso and Lasso penalty from a Bayesian point of view. Under the non-Bayesian and Bayesian framework, several regularization quantile regression methods are systematically compared for error terms with different distributions and heteroscedasticity. Under the error term of asymmetric Laplace distribution, statistical simulation results show that the Bayesian regularized quantile regression is superior to other distributions in all quantiles. And based on the asymmetric Laplace distribution, the Bayesian regularized quantile regression approach performs better than the non-Bayesian approach in parameter estimation and prediction. Through real data analyses, we also confirm the above conclusions.
Malick Sow, Ibrahima Sakho, Boubacar Sow, Abdou Diouf, Youssou Gning, Babou Diop, Matabara Dieng, Abdourahmane Diallo, Mamadou Diouldé Ba, Jean Kouhissoré Badiane, et al.
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 85-99; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81007

Abstract:We report in this paper the ground-state energy 2s2 1S and total energies of doubly excited states 2p2 1D, 3d2 1D, 4f2 1I of the Helium isoelectronic sequence from H- to Ca18+. Calculations are performed using the Modified Atomic Orbital Theory (MAOT) in the framework of a variational procedure. The purpose of this study required a mathematical development of the Hamiltonian applied to Slater-type wave function [1] combining with Hylleraas-type wave function [2]. The study leads to analytical expressions which are carried out under special MAXIMA computational program. This first proposed MAOT variational procedure, leads to accurate results in good agreement as well as with available other theoretical results than experimental data. In the present work, a new correlated wave function is presented to express analytically the total energies for the 2s2 1S ground state and each doubly 2p2 1D, 3d2 1D, 4f2 1I excited states in the He-like systems.The present accurate data may be a useful guideline for future experimental and theoretical studies in the (nl2) systems.
Srilal Krishnan
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Volume 8, pp 100-106; doi:10.4236/jamp.2020.81008

Abstract:The Kadison-Singer problem has variants in different branches of the sciences and one of these variants was proved in 2013. Based on the idea of “sparsification” and with its origins in quantum physics, at the sixtieth anniversary of the problem, we revisit the problem in its original formulation and also explore its transition to a result with wide ranging applications. We also describe how the notion of “sparsification” transcended various fields and how this notion led to resolution of the problem.