Open Access Original Research Article

Random Attractor for Non-Autonomous Stochastic Extensible Plate Equation on Unbounded Domains

Xiaobin Yao

Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Page 1-28
DOI: 10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i230102

We study the asymptotic behavior of solutions to the non-autonomous stochastic extensible plate equation driven by additive noise defined on unbounded domains. We first prove the uniform estimates of solutions, and then establish the existence of a random attractor.

Open Access Original Research Article

Global Existence and Boundedness of a Two-Competing-Species Chemotaxis Model

Liangying Miao

Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Page 1-5
DOI: 10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i230103

In this paper, we consider the following fully parabolic two-competing-species chemotaxis model

$$
\left\{\begin{array}{ll}
\displaystyle u_{1t}=\Delta{u_{1}}-\chi \nabla\cdot(u_{1}\nabla{v_{1}})+\mu_{1}u_{1}(1-u_{1}-e_{1}u_{2}),&x\in\Omega,~ t>0,\\
\displaystyle u_{2t}=\Delta{u_{2}}-\xi\nabla\cdot(u_{2}\nabla{v_{2}})+\mu_{2}u_{2}(1-e_{2}u_{1}-u_{2}),&x\in\Omega,~t>0,\\
\displaystyle v_{1t}=\Delta{v_{1}}+u_{1}- v_{1},&x\in\Omega,~ t>0, \\
\displaystyle v_{2t}=\Delta{v_{2}}+u_{2}- v_{2},&x\in\Omega,~ t>0
\end{array}\right.
$$

under homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions, where Ω ⊂ ℝ (n≥3) is a convex bounded domain with smooth boundary. Relying on a comparison principle, we show that the problem possesses a unique
global bounded solution if μ1 and μ2 are large enough.

Open Access Original Research Article

Modules Whose Endomorphism Rings are Baer

Thoraya Abdelwhab, Xiaoyan Yang

Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Page 1-11
DOI: 10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i230104

In this paper, we study modules whose endomorphism rings are Baer, which we call endoBaer modules. We provide some characterizations of endoBaer modules and investigate their properties. Some classes of rings R are characterized in terms of endoBaer R-modules. It is shown that a direct summand of an endoBaer modules inherits the property, while a direct sum of endoBaer modules does not. Necessary and sucient conditions for a nite direct sum of endoBaer modules to be an endoBaer module are provided.

Open Access Original Research Article

Theory of Hypersurfaces yn–1 in yn Space and Geodesics on this Hypersurfaces yn–1

Yaremenko Mikola (Nikolay) Ivanovich

Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Page 1-14
DOI: 10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i230105

The hypersurface yn–1 in yn space is studied for this piece of work. We established the correlation between tensors of hypersurface yn–1 and tensors of embedding space yn . The second non-symmetrical tensor of hypersurface has been introduced, which have been obtained from the analog of Peterson-Codazzi equation in nonsymmetrical case.Also we have introduced the tensor that is associated with square of angle between normal and adjacent normal and it is represented in terms of metric and second tensors of hypersurface. The geodesics on hypersurface have been studied, and nontrivial example of geodesics on hypersurface with torsion and Euclid metric was constructed.

Open Access Review Article

Modules Whose Endomorphism Rings are Right Rickart

Thoraya Abdelwhab, Xiaoyan Yang

Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Page 1-14
DOI: 10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i230101

In this paper, we study modules whose endomorphism rings are right Rickart (or right p.p.) rings, which we call R-endoRickart modules. We provide some characterizations of R-endoRickart modules. Some classes of rings are characterized in terms of R-endoRickart modules. We prove that an R-endoRickart module with no innite set of nonzero orthogonal idempotents in its endomorphism ring is precisely an endoBaer module. We show that a direct summand of an R-endoRickart modules inherits the property, while a direct sum of R-endoRickart modules does not. Necessary and sucient conditions for a nite direct sum of R-endoRickart modules to be an R-endoRickart module are provided.