Mazanti, Guilherme Boussaada, Islam Niculescu, Silviu-Iulian Chitour, Yacine

It has been observed in several recent works that, for some classes of linear time-delay systems, spectral values of maximal multiplicity are dominant, a property known as multiplicity-induced-dominancy (MID). This paper starts the investigation of whether MID holds for delay differential-algebraic systems by considering a single-delay system compo...

Bhandari, Kuntal Boyer, Franck

Martin, Olivier Fernandez-Diclo, Yasmil Coville, Jerome Soubeyrand, Samuel

Insect-borne diseases are diseases carried by insects affecting humans, animals or plants. They have the potential to generate massive outbreaks such as the Zika epidemic in 2015-2016 mostly distributed in the Americas, the Pacific and Southeast Asia, and the multi-foci outbreak caused by the bacterium {\it Xylella fastidiosa} in Europe in the 2010...

Abdelhedi, Bouthaina Zaag, Hatem

We consider in this paper a perturbation of the standard semilinear heat equation by a term involving the space derivative and a non-local term. We prove the existence of a blow-up solution, and give its blow-up profile. Our method relies on the two-step method: we first linearize the equation (in similarity variables) around the expected profile, ...

Côte, Raphaël Martel, Yvan

For the nonlinear Klein-Gordon equation in R 1+d , we prove the existence of multi-solitary waves made of any number N of decoupled bound states. This extends the work of C{\^o}te and Mu{\~n}oz (Forum Math. Sigma 2 (2014)) which was restricted to ground states, as were most previous similar results for other nonlinear dispersive and wave models.

Emerald, Louis

We derive the Whitham equations from the water waves equations in the shallow water regime using two different methods, thus obtaining a direct and rigorous link between these two models. The first one is based on the construction of approximate Riemann invariants for a Whitham-Boussinesq system and is adapted to unidirectional waves. The second on...

Hayat, Amaury Liard, Thibault Marcellini, Francesca Piccoli, Benedetto

Autonomous vehicles (AV) offer new avenues for transportation applications and call for a new understanding of traffic dynamics when both regular cars and AV coexist. Many works looked at this question with a microscopic approach where both the AVs and the regular cars are modelled as ODEs. Here, present a second order model describing the interact...

Boyaval, Sébastien Martel, Sofiane Reygner, Julien

We aim to give a numerical approximation of the invariant measure of a viscous scalar conservation law, one-dimensional and periodic in the space variable, and stochastically forced with a white-in-time but spatially correlated noise. The flux function is assumed to be locally Lipschitz and to have at most polynomial growth. The numerical scheme we...

Koenig, Armand

We consider the equation $(\partial_t + \rho(\sqrt{-\Delta}))f(t,x) = \mathbf 1_\omega u(t,x)$, $x\in \mathbb R$ or $\mathbb T$. We prove it is not null-controllable if $\rho$ is analytic on a conic neighborhood of $\mathbb R_+$ and $\rho(\xi) = o(|\xi|)$. The proof relies essentially on geometric optics, i.e.\ estimates for the evolution of semicl...

Pavliotis, G. A. Stoltz, G. Vaes, U.
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Journal of Nonlinear Science

In this paper, we study the diffusive limit of solutions to the generalized Langevin equation (GLE) in a periodic potential. Under the assumption of quasi-Markovianity, we obtain sharp longtime equilibration estimates for the GLE using techniques from the theory of hypocoercivity. We then show asymptotic results for the effective diffusion coeffici...