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A matrix formalism for conjugacies of higher-dimensional shifts of finite type

Michael Schraudner (2008)

Colloquium Mathematicae

We develop a natural matrix formalism for state splittings and amalgamations of higher-dimensional subshifts of finite type which extends the common notion of strong shift equivalence of ℤ⁺-matrices. Using the decomposition theorem every topological conjugacy between two d -shifts of finite type can thus be factorized into a finite chain of matrix transformations acting on the transition matrices of the two subshifts. Our results may be used algorithmically in computer explorations on topological...

Global Stability of Steady Solutions for a Model in Virus Dynamics

Hermano Frid, Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, Benoît Perthame (2010)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

We consider a simple model for the immune system in which virus are able to undergo mutations and are in competition with leukocytes. These mutations are related to several other concepts which have been proposed in the literature like those of shape or of virulence – a continuous notion. For a given species, the system admits a globally attractive critical point. We prove that mutations do not affect this picture for small perturbations and under strong structural assumptions. Based on numerical...

Global stability of steady solutions for a model in virus dynamics

Hermano Frid, Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, Benoît Perthame (2003)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

We consider a simple model for the immune system in which virus are able to undergo mutations and are in competition with leukocytes. These mutations are related to several other concepts which have been proposed in the literature like those of shape or of virulence – a continuous notion. For a given species, the system admits a globally attractive critical point. We prove that mutations do not affect this picture for small perturbations and under strong structural assumptions. Based on numerical...

Properties of time-dependent statistical solutions of the three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations

Ciprian Foias, Ricardo M. S. Rosa, Roger Temam (2013)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

This work is devoted to the concept of statistical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations, proposed as a rigorous mathematical object to address the fundamental concept of ensemble average used in the study of the conventional theory of fully developed turbulence. Two types of statistical solutions have been proposed in the 1970’s, one by Foias and Prodi and the other one by Vishik and Fursikov. In this article, a new, intermediate type of statistical solution is introduced and studied. This solution...

Time weighted entropies

Jörg Schmeling (2000)

Colloquium Mathematicae

For invertible transformations we introduce various notions of topological entropy. For compact invariant sets these notions are all the same and equal the usual topological entropy. We show that for non-invariant sets these notions are different. They can be used to detect the direction in time in which the system evolves to highest complexity.

Unique Bernoulli g -measures

Anders Johansson, Anders Öberg, Mark Pollicott (2012)

Journal of the European Mathematical Society

We improve and subsume the conditions of Johansson and Öberg and Berbee for uniqueness of a g -measure, i.e., a stationary distribution for chains with complete connections. In addition, we prove that these unique g -measures have Bernoulli natural extensions. We also conclude that we have convergence in the Wasserstein metric of the iterates of the adjoint transfer operator to the g -measure.

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