• Second-Order Integrals for Systems in E-2 Involving Spin 

      Yurdusen, Ismet (Hindawi Publishing Corp, 2015)
      In two-dimensional Euclidean plane, existence of second-order integrals of motion is investigated for integrable Hamiltonian systems involving spin (e.g., those systems describing interaction between two particles with ...
    • Selection Properties Of Texture Structures 

      Kocinac, Ljubisa D. R.; Ozcag, Selma (Elsevier Science Bv, 2015)
      The aim of this paper is to begin with study of selection principles in texture and ditopological texture spaces and to establish relationships between these selection principles and other covering properties of texture ...
    • Semi-Interior and Semi-Closure of A Fuzzy Set 

      YALVAC, TH (Academic Press Inc Jnl-Comp Subscriptions, 1988)
    • Semi-Sequentially Normal Bitopological Spaces 

      Brown, LM (Elsevier Science Bv, 1992)
      In this paper we introduce a weak form of full normality for bitopological spaces, and consider its relationship to pairwise paracompactness in the sense of S. Romaguera and J. Marin, and to the notion of sigma-bicushioned ...
    • Semigroup Well-Posedness Of A Linearized, Compressible Fluid With An Elastic Boundary 

      Avalos, George; Geredeli, Pelin G.; Webster, Justin T. (Amer Inst Mathematical Sciences-Aims, 2018)
      We address semigroup well-posedness of the fluid-structure interaction of a linearized compressible, viscous fluid and an elastic plate (in the absence of rotational inertia). Unlike existing work in the literature, we ...
    • Semiregular Modules With Respect To A Fully Invariant Submodule 

      Alkan, M; Ozcan, AC (Marcel Dekker Inc, 2004)
      Let M be a left R-module and F a submodule of M for any ring R. We call M F-semiregular if for every x is an element of M, there exists a decomposition M = A circle plus B such that A is projective, A less than or equal ...
    • Sequentially Dinormal Ditopological Texture Spaces And Dimetrizability 

      Brown, Lawrence M.; Erturk, Riza; Irkad, Ahmet (Elsevier Science Bv, 2008)
      The authors extend the bitopological notion of sequential normality to ditopological texture spaces, and use this notion to state and prove a (pseudo-)dimetrizability theorem. (C) 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
    • Series Solution of Nonlinear Two-Point Singularly Perturbed Boundary Layer Problems 

      Turkyilmazoglu, M. (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2010)
      The present paper is concerned with the approximate analytic series solution of the nonlinear two-point second-order singularly perturbed boundary value problems. In place of the traditional numerical, perturbation or ...
    • Smooth Attractors Of Finite Dimension For Von Karman Evolutions With Nonlinear Frictional Damping Localized In A Boundary Layer 

      Geredeli, Pelin G.; Lasiecka, Irena; Webster, Justin T. (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2013)
      In this paper dynamic von Karman equations with localized interior damping supported in a boundary collar are considered. Hadamard well-posedness for von Karman plates with various types of nonlinear damping are well known, ...
    • Solving Generalized Semi-Infinite Programming Problems With A Trust Region Method 

      Tezel Ozturan, Aysun (Polish Acad Sciences Inst Physics, 2015)
      In this paper, a trust region method for generalized semi-infinite programming problems is presented. The method is based on [O. Yi-gui, "A filter trust region method for solving semi-infinite programming problems", J. ...
    • Some Issues On Hpm And Ham Methods: A Convergence Scheme 

      Turkyilmazoglu, M. (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2011)
      The homotopy method for the solution of nonlinear equations is revisited in the present study. An analytic method is proposed for determining the valid region of convergence of control parameter of the homotopy series, as ...
    • Some New Types Of Associated Curves In Euclidean 3-Space 

      Ozdogan, Sibel; Tuncer, O. Ogulcan; Gok, Ismail; Yayli, Yusuf (Ovidius Univ Press, 2018)
      In this paper, we introduce the concept of D-direction curve and C-direction curve of a given curve using the alternative frame {N, C, W} in Euclidean 3-space. Furthermore, we define a (N, C) plane curve, a (N, W) plane ...
    • Some Properties Of Fuzzy Groups 

      AKGUL, M (Academic Press Inc Jnl-Comp Subscriptions, 1988)
    • Some Rings For Which The Cosingular Submodule Of Every Module Is A Direct Summand 

      Keskin Tutuncu, Derya; Orhan Ertas, Nil; Smith, Patrick F.; Tribak, Rachid (Scientific Technical Research Council Turkey-Tubitak, 2014)
      The snbmodule (Z)overbar(M) = boolean AND{N vertical bar M/N is small in its injective hull} was introduced by Talebi and Vanaja in 2002. A ring R is said to have property (P) if (Z)overbar(M) is a direct summand of M for ...
    • Spatial Behavior Estimates For The Wave Equation Under Nonlinear Boundary Conditions 

      Celebi, AO; Kalantarov, VK (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2001)
      Our aim is to establish a spatial decay and growth estimates for solutions of the initial-boundary value problem for the linear wave equation with the damping term under nonlinear boundary conditions. (C) 2001 Elsevier ...
    • Strong Lifting Splits 

      Alkan, M.; Nicholson, W. K.; Ozcan, A. C. (Elsevier Science Bv, 2011)
      The concept of an enabling ideal is introduced so that an ideal I is strongly lifting if and only if it is lifting and enabling. These ideals are studied and their properties are described. It is shown that a left duo ring ...
    • Strongly Damped Wave Equation With Exponential Nonlinearities 

      Khanmamedov, Azer (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2014)
      In this paper, we study the initial boundary value problem for two-dimensional strongly damped wave equation with exponentially growing source and damping terms. We first show the well-posedness of this problem and then ...
    • Strongly Large Module Extensions 

      Ungor, B.; Halicioglu, S.; Kamal, M. A.; Harmanci, A. (Univ Al I Cuza, Fac Math, 2013)
      In this paper, we introduce strongly large submodules and investigate their properties. A submodule N of a right R-module M is said to be strongly large in case for any m is an element of M, s is an element of R with ms ...
    • Structural Stability Analysis Of Solutions To The Initial Boundary Value Problem For A Nonlinear Strongly Damped Wave Equation 

      Gur, Sevket; Gulec, Ipek (Scientific Technical Research Council Turkey-Tubitak, 2016)
      In this paper the initial-boundary value problem for a nonlinear strongly damped wave equation is considered. We analyze the structural stability of solutions of the nonlinear strongly damped wave equation with coefficients ...