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Finite dimension of global attractors for dissipative equations governing modulated wave


The finite dimension of the global attractors for the systems of the perturbed and unperturbed dissipative Hamiltonian amplitude equations governing modulated wave are investigated.


The model consists of a system of partial differential equations governing intratumoral drug concentration and cancer cell density.


Difficulties associated with the fact that the transform is in general not singlesheeted arise when a linearizing hodograph transformation is applied to the equations governing the nonlinear filtration of an incompressible liquid.


Selfsimilar solution of the NavierStokes equations governing gas flows in rotary logarithmically spiral twodimensional channe


A selfsimilar solution of the NavierStokes equations governing gas flows with constant transport coefficients in rotary logspiral twodimensional channels is obtained and analyzed.


The results of numerical integration of the Euler equations governing twodimensional and axisymmetric flows of an ideal (inviscid and nonheatconducting) gas with local supersonic zones are presented.


Algorithmic methods of commutative algebra based on the involutive and Gr?bner bases technique are efficient means for completion of equations governing dynamical systems to involution.


We derive the equations governing the nonlinear dynamics of orbits separately for 2D (disk) and 3D systems.


We derive the relevant equations governing the dynamics of nonlinearly coupled DMHD waves and a gravitational wave (GW).


A system of equations governing the evolution of a unidirectional electromagnetic wave is analyzed without using the approximation of slowly varying envelopes.


Substantiation of twoscale homogenization of the equations governing the longitudinal vibrations of a viscoelastoplastic Ishlin


On the existence of smooth solutions to the Dyachenko equations governing freesurface unsteady ideal fluid flows


The equations governing the motions of interest represent Hamilton equations and are derived by writing the velocity field in terms of Clebsch potentials.


An effective method is proposed for the calculation of coefficients of eddy diffusion and advection in equations governing average fields.


The coupled differential equations governing the dynamical behaviors are numerically simulated.


Orders of magnitude of terms related to earth's rotation in linearized vorticity and divergence equations governing tropical largescale motion are analysed.


Seven equations governing these zdependent functions are derived and solved by a progressive integrating scheme.


The integral equations governing the electromagnetic scattering by bodies of revolution involve the computation of what are called the modal Green's functions.


The coefficients of the coupled equations governing the axial components of the electric and magnetic fields in gyroelectromagnetic conditions are found, displaying symmetry by exchanging the elements of the permeability and permittivity tensors.

