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As it is well known, there is a huge number of partial differential equations with a recognized physical relevance used to describe the nonlinear wave evolution (equations like the KdV, the Schrödinger, the Benjamin-Ono, the Benjamin-Bona-Mahony, the KP, some Boussinesq systems, the Benney-Luke models, among). Many of these models have a Hamiltonian structure and also are derived via an asymptotic analysis by imposing in models with a major complexity some restriction on the amplitude parameter or in the wave length parameter, for example.
The aim of this mini-symposium is to present for these models results of existence of travelling wave solutions (periodic or solitary waves), existence and uniqueness for the Cauchy Problem, unique continuation, stability of travelling waves, inverse scattering, among others.
A través de este mini simposio mostraremos con algunos casos particulares, la importancia del software GeoGebra en: La enseñanza, La investigación en educación, el desarrollo de la matemática misma, así como sus características y potencialidades.
The objective of this mini-symposium is the dissemination of recent advances in the area of Inverse Problems. The mini-symposium welcomes contributions consisting of original research works in the area of inverse problems and their applications to signal and image processing, Medicine, Geology, Acoustics, Rheology, heat conduction, etc. Contributions may be theoretical, computational and/or experimental.
TOPICS OF INTEREST:
The mini-symposium brings up new geometric ideas with applications in the medical field. We are interested in interdisciplinary applications which merge signal and image processing with differential and classical geometry as well as numerical analysis and optimization. We welcome Computer Aided Geometric Design contributions with potential applications in dentistry and clinical medicine. We are also interested in proposals of heuristics to extract visual information from large datasets: volumes and time series.
Functional data are functions in Hilbert space L2. These functions are obtained from discrete observations by means of smoothing methods, using the representation on a finite basis of a finite dimensional subspace of L2.
This mini-symposium deals with the functional data analysis and its applications to problems of air pollution. However, it’s open to other applications and to theoretical contextualization.
The aim of mini-symposium is review electrophysiological mathematical models excitable system using stability analysis and bifurcation diagrams. Phenomenological and biophysical models describing Hodgkin-Huxley and Markovian formalism for modeling ionic kinetic are especially welcome.
A Hamiltonian system based on rotation algebras exhibits a phase space where positions and momenta are discrete, finite, and equally spaced. There, wave functions are realized as images on pixelated screens. In two dimensions, these screens can be rectangular or circular; the unitary (composable and invertible) maps that can be implemented precisely are rotation, gyration, and fractional Fourier-Kravchuk transforms, as well as aberrations. In the limit of growing pixel number and density, one may recovers the geometric or wave optical Hamiltonian systems.
Applied probability and statistics section is concerned with the application of probability theory and statistics to solve problems in various fields such as physics, chemistry, engineering, industry, biology, medicine and social sciences.