The main purpose of this paper is to define a new regular matrix by using Fibonacci numbers and to investigate its matrix domain in the classical sequence spaces $ell _{p},ell _{infty },c$ and $c_{0}$, where $1leq p

The main purpose of this paper is to define a new regular matrix by using Fibonacci numbers and to investigate its matrix domain in the classical sequence spaces $ell _{p},ell _{infty },c$ and $c_{0}$, where $1leq p

In this paper, we introduce the cone normed spaces and cone bounded linear mappings. Among other things, we prove the Baire category theorem and the Banach--Steinhaus theorem in cone normed spaces.

In this work, by employing the Krasnosel'skii fixed point theorem, we study the existence of positive solutions of a three-point boundary value problem for the following fourth-order differential equation begin{eqnarray*} left { begin{array}{ll} u^{(4)}(t) -f(t,u(t),u^{prime prime }(t))=0 hspace{1cm} 0 leq t leq 1, & u(0) = u(1)=0, hspace{1cm} alpha u^{prime prime }(0) - beta u^{prime prime prime }(0)=0, hspace{1cm} u^{prime prime }(1)- alpha u^{prime prime }(eta)=0, & end{array} right. end{eqnarray*} where $beta > 0, 0< eta 0$.

In this paper we define the removable cycle that, if $Im$ is a class of graphs, $Gin Im$, the cycle $C$ in $G$ is called removable if $G-E(C)in Im$. The removable cycles in Eulerian graphs have been studied. We characterize Eulerian graphs which contain two edge-disjoint removable cycles, and the necessary and sufficient conditions for Eulerian graph to have removable cycles have been introduced. Further, the even and odd removable cycles in Eulerian graphs have also been studied. The necessary and sufficient conditions for regular graphs (digraphs) to have a removable cycles have been characterized. We also define, the removable cycle class.

In this article differential transformation method (DTMs) has been used to solve neutral functional-differential equations with proportional delays. The method can simply be applied to many linear and nonlinear problems and is capable of reducing the size of computational work while still providing the series solution with fast convergence rate. Exact solutions can also be obtained from the known forms of the series solutions. The results show that the method is effective, suitable, easy, practical and accurate.

In this paper, the coupled dispersive (2+1)-dimensional long wave equation is studied. The traveling wave hypothesis yields complexiton solutions. Subsequently, the wave equation is studied with power law nonlinearity where the ansatz method is applied to yield solitary wave solutions. The constraint conditions for the existence of solitons naturally fall out of the derivation of the soliton solution.

In this paper the Bagley-Torvik equation as a prototype fractional differential equation with two derivatives is investigated by means of homotopy perturbation method. The results reveal that the present method is very effective and accurate.