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2022 ◽  
Vol 40 ◽  
pp. 1-18
J. R. Sharma ◽  
Ioannis K. Argyros ◽  
Deepak Kumar

We introduce a new faster  King-Werner-type derivative-free method for solving nonlinear equations. The local as well as semi-local  convergence analysis is presented under weak center Lipschitz and Lipschitz conditions. The convergence order as well as the convergence radii are also provided. The radii are compared to the corresponding ones from similar methods. Numerical examples further validate the theoretical results.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 273
Mujahid Abbas ◽  
Muhammad Waseem Asghar ◽  
Manuel De la Sen

The aim of this paper is to propose a new faster iterative scheme (called AA-iteration) to approximate the fixed point of (b,η)-enriched contraction mapping in the framework of Banach spaces. It is also proved that our iteration is stable and converges faster than many iterations existing in the literature. For validity of our proposed scheme, we presented some numerical examples. Further, we proved some strong and weak convergence results for b-enriched nonexpansive mapping in the uniformly convex Banach space. Finally, we approximate the solution of delay fractional differential equations using AA-iterative scheme.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
Pierre Mergny ◽  
Marc Potters

We study the rank one Harish-Chandra-Itzykson-Zuber integral in the limit where \frac{N\beta}{2} \to cNβ2→c, called the high-temperature regime and show that it can be used to construct a promising one-parameter interpolation family, with parameter c between the classical and the free convolution. This c-convolution has a simple interpretation in terms of another associated family of distribution indexed by c, called the Markov-Krein transform: the c-convolution of two distributions corresponds to the classical convolution of their Markov-Krein transforms. We derive first cumulant-moment relations, a central limit theorem, a Poisson limit theorem and show several numerical examples of c-convoluted distributions.

Symmetry ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 155
Min Li ◽  
Haifeng Sang ◽  
Panpan Liu ◽  
Guorui Huang

Identifying the positive definiteness of even-order real symmetric tensors is an important component in tensor analysis. H-tensors have been utilized in identifying the positive definiteness of this kind of tensor. Some new practical criteria for identifying H-tensors are given in the literature. As an application, several sufficient conditions of the positive definiteness for an even-order real symmetric tensor were obtained. Numerical examples are given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.

Sheldon M. Ross

Abstract This paper is concerned with developing low variance simulation estimators of probabilities related to the sum of Bernoulli random variables. It shows how to utilize an identity used in the Chen-Stein approach to bounding Poisson approximations to obtain low variance estimators. Applications and numerical examples in such areas as pattern occurrences, generalized coupon collecting, system reliability, and multivariate normals are presented. We also consider the problem of estimating the probability that a positive linear combination of Bernoulli random variables is greater than some specified value, and present a simulation estimator that is always less than the Markov inequality bound on that probability.

2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (1) ◽  
Mohd. Arshad ◽  
Qazi J. Azhad

A general family of distributions, namely Kumaraswamy generalized family of (Kw-G) distribution, is considered for estimation of the unknown parameters and reliability function based on record data from Kw-G distribution. The maximum likelihood estimators (MLEs) are derived for unknown parameters and reliability function, along with its confidence intervals. A Bayesian study is carried out under symmetric and asymmetric loss functions in order to find the Bayes estimators for unknown parameters and reliability function. Future record values are predicted using Bayesian approach and non Bayesian approach, based on numerical examples and a monte carlo simulation.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 223
Pedro González-Rodelas ◽  
Miguel Pasadas ◽  
Abdelouahed Kouibia ◽  
Basim Mustafa

In this paper we propose an approximation method for solving second kind Volterra integral equation systems by radial basis functions. It is based on the minimization of a suitable functional in a discrete space generated by compactly supported radial basis functions of Wendland type. We prove two convergence results, and we highlight this because most recent published papers in the literature do not include any. We present some numerical examples in order to show and justify the validity of the proposed method. Our proposed technique gives an acceptable accuracy with small use of the data, resulting also in a low computational cost.

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 37
Cristina I. Muresan ◽  
Isabela Birs ◽  
Clara Ionescu ◽  
Eva H. Dulf ◽  
Robin De De Keyser

The scientific community has recently seen a fast-growing number of publications tackling the topic of fractional-order controllers in general, with a focus on the fractional order PID. Several versions of this controller have been proposed, including different tuning methods and implementation possibilities. Quite a few recent papers discuss the practical use of such controllers. However, the industrial acceptance of these controllers is still far from being reached. Autotuning methods for such fractional order PIDs could possibly make them more appealing to industrial applications, as well. In this paper, the current autotuning methods for fractional order PIDs are reviewed. The focus is on the most recent findings. A comparison between several autotuning approaches is considered for various types of processes. Numerical examples are given to highlight the practicality of the methods that could be extended to simple industrial processes.

Erik Burman ◽  
Stefan Frei ◽  
Andre Massing

AbstractThis article is concerned with the discretisation of the Stokes equations on time-dependent domains in an Eulerian coordinate framework. Our work can be seen as an extension of a recent paper by Lehrenfeld and Olshanskii (ESAIM: M2AN 53(2):585–614, 2019), where BDF-type time-stepping schemes are studied for a parabolic equation on moving domains. For space discretisation, a geometrically unfitted finite element discretisation is applied in combination with Nitsche’s method to impose boundary conditions. Physically undefined values of the solution at previous time-steps are extended implicitly by means of so-called ghost penalty stabilisations. We derive a complete a priori error analysis of the discretisation error in space and time, including optimal $$L^2(L^2)$$ L 2 ( L 2 ) -norm error bounds for the velocities. Finally, the theoretical results are substantiated with numerical examples.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 197
Huixia Huo ◽  
Houbao Xu ◽  
Zhuoqian Chen

This paper aims to obtain the dynamical solution and instantaneous availability of software systems with aperiodic impulse rejuvenation. Firstly, we formulate the generic system with a group of coupled impulsive differential equations and transform it into an abstract Cauchy problem. Then we adopt a difference scheme and establish the convergence of this scheme by applying the Trotter–Kato theorem to obtain the system’s dynamical solution. Moreover, the instantaneous availability as an important evaluation index for software systems is derived, and its range is also estimated. At last, numerical examples are shown to illustrate the validity of theoretical results.

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