Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions

Editor-in-Chief: Revaz Valerianovich Gamkrelidze, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation

ISSN: 2413-3639 (print), 2949-0618 (online). Founded in 2003 г. Publication frequency: quarterly. Peer-Review: double blind

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Publication language: Russian 

Publisher:  Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

 

The journal "Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions" is published both in English and Russian.

The journal is devoted to the actual topics of contemporary mathematics.

The journal is focused on publication of surveys as well as articles containing novel results.

The English version is published by "Springer Science+Business Media, Inc." (USA) in the series "Journal of Mathematical Sciences." ISSN: 1072-3374 (print version) ISSN: 1573-8795 (electronic version)

Current Issue

Vol 68, No 3 (2022): Proceedings of the Crimean Autumn Mathematical School-Symposium

Articles

On Spaces of Vector Functions that Are Holomorphic in an Angular Domain
Vlasov V.V., Rautian N.A.
Abstract

In this paper, we study spaces of vector functions that are holomorphic in the angular domain of the complex plane and with values in a separable Hilbert space. We show that, equipped with the appropriate norms, these spaces are Hilbert spaces.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):393-406
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Order Projection in OAr(E,F)
Dzhusoeva N.A., Itarova S.Y., Pliev M.A.
Abstract

We investigate order projections onto different bands in the space of all regular orthogonally additive operators. In particular, we obtain formulas for calculation of the order projections onto the band generated by a directed set of positive orthogonally additive operators and onto the band of all laterally continuous operators.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):407-423
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Chaos in Topological Foliations
Zhukova N.I., Levin G.S., Tonysheva N.S.
Abstract

We call a foliation (M,F) on a manifold M chaotic if it is topologically transitive and the union of closed leaves is dense in M. A foliated manifold M is not assumed to be compact. The chaotic foliations can be considered as multidimensional generalization of chaotic dynamical systems in the sense of Devaney. For foliations covered by fibrations we prove that a foliation is chaotic if and only if its global holonomy group is chaotic. We introduce the concept of the integrable Ehresmann connection for a foliation as a natural generalization of the integrable Ehresmann connection for smooth foliations. A description of the global structure of foliations with integrable Ehresmann connection and a criterion for the chaotic behavior of such foliations are obtained. Applying the method of suspension, a new countable family of pairwise nonisomorphic chaotic foliations of codimension two on 3-dimensional closed and nonclosed manifolds is constructed.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):424-450
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Asymptotic Behavior of Solutions of a Complete Second-Order Integro-Differential Equation
Zakora D.A.
Abstract

In this paper, we study a complete second-order integro-differential operator equation in a Hilbert space. The difference-type kernel of an integral perturbation is a holomorphic semigroup bordered by unbounded operators. The asymptotic behavior of solutions of this equation is studied. Asymptotic formulas for solutions are proved in the case when the right-hand side is close to an almost periodic function. The obtained formulas are applied to the study of the problem of forced longitudinal vibrations of a viscoelastic rod with Kelvin-Voigt friction.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):451-466
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Topological Conjugacy of Gradient-Like Flows on Surfaces and Efficient Algorithms for Its Distinguition
Kruglov V.E., Pochinka O.V.
Abstract

Gradient-like flows on surfaces have simple dynamics, which inspired many mathematicians to search for invariants of their topological equivalence. Under assumptions of different generality on the class of gradient-like flows under consideration, such classical invariants as the Leontovich- Mayer scheme, the Peixoto graph, the equipped Peixoto graph, the two-color Wang graph, the threecolor Oshemkov-Sharko graph, the Fleitas circular scheme, etc. were obtained. Thus, the problem of classifying gradient-like flows on surfaces from the point of view of topological equivalence has been solved in an exhaustive way. In recent works by Kruglov, Malyshev, and Pochinka, it was proved that for gradient-like flows the topological equivalence classes coincide with the topological conjugacy classes. The obtained result allows us to use any invariants of their equivalence for topological conjugacy of gradient-like flows. The present study is a review of the results on topological conjugacy of gradient-like flows on surfaces and efficient algorithms for its distinguishing, that is, algorithms whose running time is limited by some polynomial on the length of the input information.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):467-487
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Optimal Control of the Behavior of Solutions to an Initial-Boundary Value Problem Arising in the Mechanics of Discrete-Continuum Systems
Kubyshkin E.P.
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Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):488-508
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Multistability for a Mathematical Model of the Dynamics of Predators and Preys in a Heterogeneous Area
Ha T.D., Tsybulin V.G.
Abstract

We consider the system of reaction-diffusion-advection equations describing the evolution of the spatial distributions of two populations of predators and two prey populations. This model allows us to consider directed migration, the Holling functional response of the second kind, and the hyperbolic prey growth function. We obtain conditions on the parameters under which cosymmetries exist. As a result, multistability is realized, i.e., the one- and two-parameter families of stationary solutions appear. For a homogeneous environment, we analytically derive explicit formulas for equilibria. With a heterogeneous habitat, we computed distributions of species using the method of lines and the scheme of staggered grids. We present the results of violation of cosymmetry and transformation of the family in the case of invasion of a predator.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):509-521
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Models of Self-Adjoint and Unitary Operators in Pontryagin Spaces
Strauss V.A.
Abstract

This paper represents a revised version of the lectures, delivered by the author at KROMSH-2019. These lectures are devoted to describing a few different ways of constructing a model representation for self-adjoint and unitary operators acting in Pontryagin spaces, and a comparison between them. Two of these models are based on the regularized integral Krein-Langer representation of a numerical sequence generated by the powers of a self-adjoint (in the sense of Pontryagin spaces) operator. The steps to deduce both this representation and the spectral function of the corresponding operator are given. In both models (first of which belongs to the author of this paper), the operator is realized as an operator of multiplication by an independent variable, but the space of functions in which it acts is different for each of the models. The third model, introduced by V. S. Shulman, is based on his own concept of a quasi-vector.

Contemporary Mathematics. Fundamental Directions. 2022;68(3):522-552
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