Asymptotic Solution Of The Cauchy Problem For A Singularly Perturbed Linear System

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A singularly perturbed differential equation with piecewise

Abstract: The paper considers the extension of Tikhonov Theorem for singularly perturbed differential equation with piecewise constant argument of generalized type. An approximate solution of the problem has been obtained. A new phenomenon of humping has been observed in the boundary layer area. An illustrative example with simulations is provided.


ASYMPTOTIC INTEGRATION OF SINGULARLY PERTURBED LINEAR SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL-ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS P. SAMUSENKO Received 01 November, 2015 Abstract. The paper deals with problem on asymptotic solutions to a system of singular per-turbed linear differential-algebraic equations. Case of multiple roots of a characteristic equation is studied.


singularly perturbed system to the solution of the effective PDE, under assumptions that include deterministic control (i.e., σ≡ 0 and/or τ ≡ 0) as well as differential games, deterministic and stochastic. However, this theory originating in periodic homogenization problems [36, 19] was developed so far for fast variables restricted to

The constructing of the asymptotic solution of the Cauchy

of the Cauchy problem for the linear singularly perturbed system in case of multiple spectrum of the main operator V. P. Yakovets, University of Educational Management Abstract. It is proposed an original method of constructing of asymptotic solution of the Cauchy problem for the linear singularly perturbed system of di erential equations

Critical case for singularly perturbed linear boundary-value

problem (1.1), (1.2) with det A = 0 (the critical case [10]). In the case m = n and p = k an asymptotic solution of the Cauchy problem and two point boundary-value problem for linear and quasilinear systems is studied in [10] on the basis of the method of boundary functions. In the non-critical casem ,n and det A ,0 the system is studied in [5].

Introduction to

the integration of singularly perturbed differential equations describing nonuniform transitions such as the occurrence of a boundary layer, discontinuities, boundary effects, etc. The method of regularization of singular perturbations presented in the book is applied to the asymptotic

Fast Control Systems: Nonlinear Approach

Proposition 1. If the origin of the system (1) is Lyapunov stable then x(t)=0 is the unique solution of Cauchy problem (1), (2) with x 0 =0 and t 0 2R. The origin, which does not satisfy any condition from Definition 1, is unstable. Definition 2(Asymptotic stability). The origin of the system (1) is said to be

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Aug 18, 2020 THE REGULARIZATION METHOD FOR SINGULARLY PERTURBED SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS UDC 517.9 V. F. SAFONOV Abstract. The singularly perturbed Cauchy problem for systems of ordinary differen-


for a quasi linear singularly perturbed differential equation with time delays. By using the method of boundary layer functions and the theory of contrast structures, the existence of a uniformly valid smooth solution is proved, and the asymptotic expansion is constructed. As an application, a concrete example

Publications of Vladimir Maz ya Books

graphs], 82. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, 1991. 432 pp.; II. (German) [Asymptotic theory of elliptic boundary value problems in singularly perturbed domains. II] Nichtlokale St orungen. [Nonlocal pertur-bations] Mathematische Lehrbuc her und Monographien, II. Abteilung: Mathematische Monographien

Harold J. Kushner - Brown University

[44] H.J. Kushner. On the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear degenerate elliptic boundary value problems. SIAM J. Num. Anal., 5:664 679, 1968 [45] H.J. Kushner. The Cauchy problem for a class of degenerate parabolic equations and asymptotic properties of the related diffusion process. J. Diff. Eqns., 6:209 231, 1969.

Communicated by J.-P. Franc¸oise

singularly perturbed systems using boundary functions. This method will use in a present paper. Another asymptotic method for solving singularly perturbed systems is the method of the regularization, described from S. A. Lomov in [7]. Singularly perturbed systems of integro-differential equations are considered in [3]. Let it is given a system


problem: a linear control system with a quadratic cost function. singularly perturbed matrix Riccati differential equations. be the solution of the Cauchy problem (1)n The lim R(t, =) e

Petro Babak: Curriculum Vitae (updated Dec.11, 2003)

4. Babak, P. (1996) Asymptotic behaviour of solutions of coupled systems with small parameter. Science conference Nonlinear problems of Analysis : Book of Abstracts, Ivano-Frankivsk: Play P.10 (in Ukrainian). 5. Tsymbal, V., Babak, P. (1996) Cauchy Problem for singularly perturbed system containing parabolic and hyperbolic operators.

One Critical Case in Singularly Perturbed Control Problems

Cauchy problem for non-linear systems of equations in the critical case E I Kaikina, P I Naumkin and I A Shishmarev One Critical Case in Singularly Perturbed Control

Iteration method of approximate solution of the Cauchy

A passage from linear to even weakly nonlinear equations brings to light new questions and issues, whose solution requires additional estimates and a considerable number of transformations. 2. Statement of the problem and auxiliary estimates Consider the Cauchy problem for the singularly perturbed weakly nonlinear differential equation of orderm:

Asymptotic Convergence of the Solution of a Singularly

Feb 07, 2020 A singularly perturbed integro-di erential boundary value problem and asymptotic representations of the fundamental system of solutions, the Cauchy function, and the boundary functions are presented in Section2. Section3is devoted to the derivation of asymptotic estimates of the solution of a singularly perturbed boundary value problem. Finally,

Adaptive Mechanics - GBV

2.1 Problem of optimization and parametric adaptive model identification 35 2.2 Nonlinear synthesis of a searchless self-adjustable adaptive control system 40 2.3 Adaptive stabilization of nonlinear systems with uniformly bounded outer perturbations 43 2.4 Nonlinear searchless self-adjustment model reference control system 50

Singular Perturbations of Nonlinear Degenerate Parabolic PDEs

again on the asymptotic behaviour of the solution of a degenerate parabolic Cauchy problem in the fast variable with frozen slow variables. Now we replace the null initial condition in (CP) with w(0,y)= h(x,y)and H with its homogeneous part with respect to Dyw and D2 yyw; this is easy to define and interpret if H is linear in DywandD2

Numerical treatment for singularly perturbed fourth-order two

as otherwise we have essentially a one-parameter singularly perturbed problem; see [6]. Note that for smooth enough functions cand fwe have in 1D and for smooth or rectangular domains in 2D the regularity result u2H2 0() H4(); see [1]. The solution to a problem like (1.1) with perturbation parameters fulfilling (1.2) is

? At + -9 (b(t, y)pe(s, x, t, Y) - - 2 b2(a(t, y)pe(s - JSTOR

ASYMPTOTIC SERIES FOR SINGULARLY PERTURBED is the fundamental solution of the Cauchy problem &pe(s,x,t,y) & 1 02 This example is concerned with a linear

Preliminary conference program - École Polytechnique

Modified Kantorovich theorem and asymptotic solution of the singularly perturbed systems of ordinary differential equations 15:25: L. A. Beklaryan, A. L. Beklaryan (Central Economics and Mathematics Institute of RAS, Russia) On traveling wave type solutions in infinite dimensional dynamical systems

Singularly Perturbed Cauchy Problem for a Parabolic Equation

Nov 27, 2020 method, we constructed a uniform asymptotic solution of the singularly perturbed Cauchy problem for a parabolic equation in the case of violation of stability conditions of the limit-operator spectrum. The problem with a simple turning point is considered in the case, when the eigenvalue vanishes at t = 0 and has the form tm/na(t). The


Stojanovi´c M., Numerical Solution of Initial and Singularly Perturbed Two- Point Boundary Value Problems Using Adaptive Spline Function Approxi- mation, Pub.Inst.Math.,43(57),(1988),155-163

A problem similar to PE , but in which both the boundary conditions are ofthe Dirich- let type, has been discussed in [1] and [3]. There the convection coefficient was as- sumed to be positive. This made the corresponding problem singularly perturbed with respect to the uniform convergence norm, with an internal transition layer at the cou-

It gives d dτ (u0(τ)+εu1(τ)+ε2u2(τ)+ ) = εf(u0,v0)+ ε2(∇ uf(u0,v0)u1(τ)+∂vf(u0,v0)v1(τ))+ , d dτ (v0(τ)+εv1(τ)+ ) = −α(v0(τ)+εv1(τ

A fitted numerical method for singularly perturbed integro

for a class of singularly perturbed initial value problems for delay differential equations, Numer. Algorithms, 52, 4(2009) 663-675. [10] I.G. Amiraliyeva, Fevzi Erdogan, G.M.Amiraliyev, A uniform numerical method for dealing with a singularly perturbed delay initial value problem, Applied Mathematics Letters, 23,10(2010)1221-1225.

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The above equations form again a singularly perturbed system with small parameter T. We look for a solution of this system by expanding O and in power series of T. Then in the zeroth-order we obtain t)aOo (2.5) ðaño+ño = O. Assuming that the initial layer solutions tend to zero at infinity, we get from (2.5)

On A Characteristic Layer Problem For A Weakly Damped String DARMAWIJOYO and W. T. VAN HORSSEN Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis, ITS, Delft University of Technology, Me

The Existence Solution to the Development Wave Equation With

asymptotics for solutions of singularly perturbed problem with fist-order partial derivatives can be found in [1] and [2]. For a singularly perturbed system of two second-order differential equations (one rapid and one slow), they are proved the existence of a solution and obtain its


solution to the initial-value problem 20 §1. Passage to the limit in the Cauchy problem 20 §2. Construction of the asymptotic expansion 26 Chapter II. Asymptotically stable case. Problems that can be in-vestigated on the basis of the asymptotic behaviour found for the Cauchy problem 39 §1. Two-point boundary-value problem. The solution for

Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems IV

A singularly perturbed nonlinear traction problem in linearized elastostatics 17:20­17:50 R. Dwilewicz Global holomorphic approximations of Cauchy­Riemann functions 21:00 Entertainment at La Scala Club , Carlton, Nahariya


system of partial differential equations on a domain £2 C R In all cases the limiting behavior is given by the solution of a maximal positive boundary value problem in the sense of Friedrichs. The perturbation is either a second order elliptic term or a term large on the complement of Q. The first corresponds to a sort of viscosity and

Strong convergence in stochastic averaging principle for two

The work of Kouritzin [27] was the first dealing with the asymptotic behavior of fun-damental solution to the Cauchy initial value problem for singularly perturbed linear parabolic equations of arbitrary order. In particular a point-wise estimate for the difference between the fundamental solution of the original equation and that

The Mathematics of Diffusion : Back Matter

[Gr] M. Grossi, Uniqueness of the least-energy solution for a semilinear Neumann problem, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 128 (1999), 1665-1672. [GPW] M. Grossi, A. Pistoia, and J. Wei, Existence of multipeak solutions for a semi-linear Neumann problem via nonsmooth critical point theory, Calc. Var. Partial Differential Equations11 (2000), 143-175.


A computational method for solving a class of non-linear fourth order singularly perturbed boundary value problem Malika Zidani Boumedien On Parameterization and Smoothing of B-splines interpolating curves G.Y. Mehdiyeva, Ibrahimov V.R. and Imanova M.N. Application of the hybrid method for the numerical solution of Volterra


1 Singular-singularly perturbed evolution equations 125 2 Model system: exact solution 133 3 Model system: standard asymptotic analysis 136 4 Model system: compressed asymptotic expansion 139 5 Modified model system '. 143 6 Singular-singularly perturbed evolution equations: compressed approachl48 7 Singularly perturbed linear kinetic equations 151

Workshop on the di erential and di erence equations in the

On the parametric Stokes phenomenon for singularly perturbed lin-ear PDEs We study a family of singularly perturbed linear partial di erential equations with irregular type in the complex domain. In a previous work, we have given su cient conditions under which the Borel transform of a formal solution with

Presented by V. Kiryakova

A generalized Cauchy problem for linear singularly perturbed systems with generalized impulse actions is considered. The asymptotic expansion is constructed by boundary functions utilizing generalized inverse matrices. AMS Subj. Classification: 35R12, 37K55 Key Words: generalized initial value problem, singular perturbation, asymptotic solu-