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We introduce large vector spaces M of multivariate homogeneous polynomials with a prescribed lower bound for the rank of each non-zero element of M.
In this paper, we implement automatic procedures to enumerate all Nash maximal subsets of a bimatrix game and compute their dimensions. We propose a linear programming approach to identify extreme perfect Nash equilibria, enumerate all Selten maximal subsets and compute their dimensions. We...
In this paper, we investigate some properties of semi-Fredholm operators on Banach spaces. These results are applied to the determination of the stability of various essential spectra of closed densely defined linear operators. Also, we generalize some results in the literature and we extend and...
The aim of this work is the resolution of a non-autonomous abstract differential equation of elliptic type set on unbounded domain. The study is performed in the framework of Hölder spaces. An example for a concrete elliptic problem in nonsmooth cylindrical domains will illustrate the theory.
In this paper, we continue to investigate some important results in generalized topological groups and we prove extension closed property for connectedness, compactness, and separability of generalized topological groups. Last, we define generalized topological group actions on generalized...
Let f be an analytic function on the unit disc
and F(a, b; c; z) be the Gaussian hypergeometric function. We consider the operator T
on H(p, q, α) defined as T
a, b, c
f(z) = f(z) * F(a, b; c; z), where * denotes the usual Hadamard/convolution product. We prove...
We define coring objects in the category of algebras over a perfect field of characteristic p (with connected underlying Hopf algebra) and the corresponding notion for Dieudonné modules, and prove the equivalence of the two resulting categories, extending thus the methods of Dieudonné theory for...
Let R be a Noetherian ring. We denote by G(R) the simple graph whose vertices are elements of R and in which two distinct vertices x and y are joined by an edge if x − y is a zero-divisor of R. Let
be the complementary graph to G(R) and...
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