Special Issue "Nonlinear Functional Analysis in Natural Sciences"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 November 2023 | Viewed by 4017
Interests: real analysis; integration; mapping; analysis; real and complex analysis; topology; mathematical analysis; functional analysis
The techniques in functional analysis have widespread applications in the modeling of numerous natural phenomena. As such, these techniques and tools are multidisciplinary in nature and indispensable in the study of natural sciences. Fixed-point theory, fractional calculus, partial differential equations, integral equations, wavelet analysis, and approximation theory are some spearhead topics that heavily employ the tools of nonlinear functional analysis. The increased complexity in physical phenomena and engineering experiments continually seeks the advancement of these analytic tools.
This Special Issue provides a unified framework for the study of several problems arising from the modeling of diverse processes in natural sciences. This Special Issue will collect new research findings of the highest quality with novelty and illustrative examples with a sustainable impact on the existing literature that use nonlinear functional analytical tools.
Potential Topics to be Covered: Real and complex functions; functional analysis; fixed points; nonlinear operator theory; variational inequalities; numerical analysis and algorithms; functional equations and stability; partial differential equations; integral equations; calculus of variation; wavelet analysis; fractional calculus; fluid mechanics; and analytic number theory.
Prof. Dr. Boško Damjanović
Dr. Pradip Debnath
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- real and complex functions
- functional analysis
- fixed points
- nonlinear operator theory
- variational inequalities
- numerical analysis and algorithms
- functional equations and stability
- partial differential equations
- integral equations
- calculus of variation
- wavelet analysis
- fractional calculus
- fluid mechanics
- analytic number theory