## The numerical approximation to positive solution for some reaction-diffusion problems

AbstractA one-dimensional reaction-diffusion problem, with the reaction term of the form \(u^{p}\), \(p>1\) is considered. For \(p=3\), we deduce an…

AbstractA one-dimensional reaction-diffusion problem, with the reaction term of the form \(u^{p}\), \(p>1\) is considered. For \(p=3\), we deduce an…

AbstractIn this note we present a study of semiconducting properties of vitreous 75%V2O5-25% which contains two glass former oxides namely…

AbstractThe aim of this paper is to analyze the relative importance of the dimension and the structure of the square matrices…

AbstractFor some viscous incompressible flows at low Reynolds numbers we deduce a system of nonlinear integral equations for stream function…

AuthorsTitus Pinţa (student at the Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science) Talk given atTiberiu Popoviciu Institute Seminar Date…

On Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 11:00, Mr. Titus Pinta will make the following presentation at the Institute Seminar: Basic results…

AbstractThe influence of viscosity upon the Marangoni flow (induced by surface tension differences) in competition with the gravity flow, through…

AbstractA viscous flow due to a rotating disk involving homogeneous as well as heterogeneous chemical reactions is considered. We simplify…

AbstractA shooting method with variable step size is used in order to determine the concentration profile in a boundary layer…

AbstractA thin liquid layer flowing due to gravity and a surface tension gradient is taken into account. On the liquid/gas…

Book summaryA self-consistent theory of stochastic modeling of groundwater systems is presented. Mathematical theory is illustrated and complemented by numerical methods and simulation codes. doi: http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15081-5 book on publisher website…

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Book summaryLocal convergence results on Newton-type methods for nonlinear systems of equations are studied. Solving of large linear systems by Krylov methods (GMRES, GMBACK, MINPERT) are also dealt with, as…

Read More AbstractBased on fixed point index, the paper develops a theory of existence, localization and multiplicity of solutions to first-order differential systems subject to linear nonlocal conditions. The main features concern…

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