In this paper we prove the Hyers-Ulam stability of the following K-quadratic functional equation [...] where E is a real (or complex) vector space. This result was used to demonstrate the Hyers-Ulam stability on a set of Lebesgue measure zero for the same functional equation.
In this paper we study the comparative growth properties of a composition of entire and meromorphic functions on the basis of the relative order (relative lower order) of Wronskians generated by entire and meromorphic functions.
We prove some stability and hyperstability results for a generalization of the well known Fréchet functional equation, stemming from one of the characterizations of the inner product spaces. As the main tool we use a fixed point theorem for some function spaces. We end the paper with some new inequalities characterizing the inner product spaces.
In the present paper, we prove weighted inequalities for the Dunkl transform (which generalizes the Fourier transform) when the weights belong to the well-known class Bp. As application, we obtain the Pitt’s inequality for power weights.
In the paper we give a mathematical overview of the CreditRisk+ model as a tool used for calculating credit risk in a portfolio of debts and suggest some other applications of the same method of analysis.
We consider the stability, the superstability and the inverse stability of the functional equations with squares of Cauchy’s, of Jensen’s and of isometry equations and the stability in Ulam-Hyers sense of the alternation of functional equations and of the equation of isometry.
Let Mm×n(F) be the vector space of all m×n matrices over a field F. In the case where m ≥ n, char(F) ≠ 2 and F has at least five elements, we give a complete characterization of linear maps Φ: Mm×n(F) → Mm×n(F) such that spark(Φ(A)) = spark(A) for any A ∈Mm×n(F).
We consider a nonlinear Neumann problem with a nonhomogeneous elliptic differential operator. With some natural conditions for its structure and some general assumptions on the growth of the reaction term we prove that the problem has two nontrivial solutions of constant sign. In the proof we use variational methods with truncation and minimization techniques.
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