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Kodai Mathematical Journal
Kodai Mathematical Journal
Higashiyama, Kazumi; Kamiya, Takashi
We study log étale cohomology. The goal is to prove relative purity in log étale cohomology.
Nagata, Yoshikazu
We determine all holomorphically separable complex manifolds of dimension p + q which admit smooth envelopes of holomorphy and effective general indefinite unitary group actions of size p + q. Also we give exact description of the automorphism groups of those complex manifolds. As an application we consider a characterization of those complex manifolds by their automorphism groups.
Adachi, Shinji; Shibata, Masataka; Watanabe, Tatsuya
In this paper, we are concerned with the uniqueness of ground states for a class of quasilinear elliptic equations which arise in the study of plasma physics. We obtain global uniqueness results in the sense that we don't require any assumptions on the parameter.
Cho, Jong Taek; Chun, Sun Hyang
In this paper, we study unit tangent sphere bundles T_{1}M whose Ricci operator $\bar{S}$ is Reeb flow invariant, that is, L_{ξ} $\bar{S}$ = 0. We prove that for a 3-dimensional Riemannian manifold M, T_{1}M satisfies L_{ξ} $\bar{S}$ = 0 if and only if M is of constant curvature 1. Also, we prove that for a 4-dimensional Riemannian manifold M, T_{1}M satisfies L_{ξ} $\bar{S}$ = 0 and ℓ $\bar{S}$ ξ = 0 if and only if M is of constant curvature 1 or 2, where ℓ = $\bar{R}$ (·,ξ)ξ is the characteristic Jacobi operator.
Akatsuka, Hirotaka
In this paper we study a pointwise asymptotic behavior of the partial Euler product for the Riemann zeta-function on the right half of the critical strip. We discuss relations among the behavior of the partial Euler product, the distribution of the prime numbers and the distribution of nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta-function.
Yao, Xiaobin; Ma, Qiaozhen; Xu, Ling
A Kirchhoff type plate equation with memory is investigated. Under the suitable assumptions, we establish the existence of a global attractor by using the contraction function method.
Hoang, Nguyen Van
Let R be a commutative Noetherian ring, I an ideal of R and M, N finitely generated R-modules. Let 0 ≤ n $\in$ Z. This note shows that the least integer i such that dim Supp( $H^i_I$ (M, N)/K) ≥ n for any finitely generated submodule K of $H^i_I$ (M, N) equal to the number inf{ $f_{I_\frak{p}}(M_\frak{p},N_\frak{p})$ | $\frak{p}$ $\in$ Supp(N/I_{M}N), dim R/ $\frak{p}$ ≥ n}, where $f_{I_\frak{p}}(M_\frak{p},N_\frak{p})$ is the least integer i such that $H^i_{I_\frak{p}}(M_{\frak{p}},N_{\frak{p}})$ is not finitely generated, and I_{M} = ann(M/IM). This extends the main result of Asadollahi-Naghipour [1] and Mehrvarz-Naghipour-Sedghi [8] for generalized local cohomology modules...
Drihem, Douadi; Heraiz, Rabah
In this paper, Herz-type Besov spaces with variable smoothness and integrability are introduced. Our scale contains variable Besov spaces as special cases. We prove several basic properties, especially the Sobolev-type embeddings.
Salvai, Marcos
We consider smooth plane curves which are convex with respect to the origin. We describe centro-affine invariants (that is, GL_{+} (2,R)-invariants), such as centro-affine curvature and arc length, in terms of the canonical Lorentz structure on the three dimensional space of all the ellipses centered at zero, by means of null curves of osculating ellipses. This is the centro-affine analogue of the approach to conformal invariants of curves in the sphere introduced by Langevin and O'Hara, using the canonical pseudo Riemannian metric on the space of circles.
Kishimoto, Nobu; Yoneda, Tsuyoshi
Rossby waves are generally expected to dominate the β plane dynamics in geophysics, and here in this paper we give a number theoretical observation of the resonant interaction with a Diophantine equation. The set of resonant frequencies does not have any frequency on the horizontal axis.
Liu, Yanping; Liu, Zhongkui; Yang, Xiaoyan
We introduce Tate homology of complexes of finite Gorenstein flat dimension based on complete flat resolutions and give a new method of computing Tate homology in Christensen and Jorgensen's sense. We also investigate the relationship between Tate homology and Tate cohomology. As an application, a more brief proof of the main result on derived depth formula of [Vanishing of Tate homology and depth formula over local rings, J. Pure Appl. Algebra 219 (2015) 464-481] is given.
Bao, Tuya; Adachi, Toshiaki
A trajectory for a Sasakian magnetic field, which is a generalization of geodesics, on a real hypersurface in a complex hyperbolic space CH^{n} is said to be extrinsic circular if it can be regarded as a circle as a curve in CH^{n}. We study how the moduli space of extrinsic circular trajectories, which is the set of their congruence classes, on a totally η-umbilic real hypersurface is contained in the moduli space of circles in CH^{n}. From this aspect we characterize tubes around totally geodesic complex hypersurfaces CH^{n-1} in CH^{n} by some properties of such trajectories.
Pan, Huiping
In this paper, we prove the sublinear tracking property in Thurston's metric for sample paths of random walks on mapping class group.
Choi, Ikhan
The fold-and-cut theorem states that one can find a flat folding of paper, so that one complete straight cut on the folding creates any desired polygon. We extend this problem to curved origami for piecewise C^{1} simple closed curves. Many of those curves on paper turn out to be cut by a straight plane after we fold the paper into a conical shape—the surface consists of half-lines with a common vertex. Let γ: I → R^{2} be a piecewise C^{1} simple closed curve such that there exists a parametrization γ(ψ)= (r(ψ) cos ψ, r(ψ) sin ψ) on ψ $\in$ [0,2π)...
Cao, Xiangzhi; Luo, Yong
Let u: (M, g) → (N, h) be a map between Riemannian manifolds (M, g) and (N, h). The p-bienergy of u is τ_{p}(u) = ∫_{M}|τ(u)|^{p} dν_{g}, where τ(u) is the tension field of u and p > 1. Critical points of τ_{p} are called p-biharmonic maps and isometric p-biharmonic maps are called p-biharmonic submanifolds. When p = 2, p-biharmonic submanifolds are biharmonic submanifolds and in recent years many nonexistence results are found for biharmonic submanifolds in nonpositively curved manifolds. In this paper we will study the nonexistence result for general p-biharmonic submanifolds.
Zhu, Peng
We discuss complete noncompact hypersurfaces in the Euclidean space R^{n+1} with finite total curvature. We obtain vanishing result and finiteness theorem for the space of L^{2} harmonic 2-forms. These results are generalized versions of results for L^{2} harmonic 1-forms.
Zhang, Zaiyun; Huang, Jianhua; Sun, Mingbao
In this paper, we investigate the initial value problem (IVP henceforth) associated with the generalized damped Boussinesq equation with double rotational inertia ¶
$$\left\{\begin{array}{ll} u_{tt}+\gamma\Delta^2 u_{tt}-a\Delta u_{tt}-2b\Delta u_t-\alpha\Delta^3u+\beta\Delta^2 u-\Delta u=\Delta f(u),\quad x \in\mathbb{R}^n, \; t<0, \\ u(x,0)=u_0(x),\quad u_t(x,0)=u_1(x),\quad x \in\mathbb{R}^n. \end{array}\right.$$
¶ Based on decay estimates of solutions to the corresponding linear equation, we establish the decay estimates and the pointwise estimates by using Fourier transform. Under small condition on the initial data, we obtain the existence and asymptotic behavior of global solutions in the corresponding Sobolev spaces by time weighted norms technique and the contraction mapping principle.
Stukow, Michał
Let {a,b} and {c,d} be two pairs of bounding simple closed curves on an oriented surface which intersect nontrivialy. We prove that if these pairs are invariant under the action of an orientation reversing involution, then the corresponding bounding pair maps generate a free group. This supports the conjecture stated by C. Leininger and D. Margalit that any pair of elements of the Torelli group either commute or generate a free group.
Ohtake, Hiromi
We generalize Earle-Li's polydisk theorem and embedding theorem, and study isometries from the unit disk to infinite dimensional Teichmüller spaces. We also give a simple proof that for any non-Strebel point τ, there exist infinitely many real analytic geodesic disks through τ and the basepoint in infinitely dimensional Teichmüller spaces.
Kozłowska-Walania, Ewa; Tyszkowska, Ewa
A compact Riemann surface X of genus g ≥ 2 is called asymmetric or pseudo-real if it admits an anticonformal automorphism but no anticonformal involution. The order d = #(δ) of an anticonformal automorphism δ of such a surface is divisible by 4. In the particular case where d = 4, δ is a pseudo-symmetry and the surface is called pseudo-symmetric. ¶ A Riemann surface X is said to be p-hyperelliptic if it admits a conformal involution ρ for which the orbit space X/<ρ> has genus p. This notion is the particular case of so called cyclic (q,n)-gonal surface which...