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B tensors and tensor complementarity problems

Yisheng Song; Wei MeiSubjects: Mathematics >> Control and Optimization.

In this paper, one of our main purposes is to prove the boundedness of solution set of tensor complementarity problem with B tensor such that the specific bounds only depend on the structural properties of tensor. To achieve this purpose, firstly, we present that each B tensor is strictly semi-positive and each B$_0$ tensor is semi-positive. Subsequencely, the strictly lower and upper bounds of different operator norms are given for two positively homogeneous operators defined by B tensor. Finally, with the help of the upper bounds of different operator norms, we show the strcitly lower bound of solution set of tensor complementarity problem with B tensor. Furthermore, the upper bounds of spectral radius and $E$-spectral radius of B (B$_0$) tensor are obtained, respectively, which achieves our another objective. In particular, such the upper bounds only depend on the principal diagonal entries of tensors. |

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2017-07-25
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Infinite and finite dimensional generalized Hilbert tensors

Wei Mei; Yisheng SongSubjects: Mathematics >> Mathematics （General）

In this paper, we introduce the concept of an m-order n-dimensional generalized Hilbert tensor \mathcal{H}_{n}=(\mathcal{H}_{i_{1}i_{2}\cdots i_{m}}), \mathcal{H}_{i_{1}i_{2}\cdots i_{m}}=\frac{1}{i_{1}+i_{2}+\cdots i_{m}-m+a},\ a\in \mathbb{R}\setminus\mathbb{Z}^-;\ i_{1},i_{2},\cdots,i_{m}=1,2,\cdots,n, and show that its H-spectral radius and its Z-spectral radius are smaller than or equal to M(a)n^{m-1} and M(a)n^{\frac{m}{2}}, respectively, here M(a) is a constant only dependent on a. Moreover, both infinite and finite dimensional generalized Hilbert tensors are positive definite for a\geq1. For an m-order infinite dimensional generalized Hilbert tensor $\mathcal{H}_{\infty} with a>0, we prove that \mathcal{H}_{\infty} defines a bounded and positively (m-1)-homogeneous operator from l^{1} into l^{p}\ (1 |

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2017-07-03
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Infinite dimensional Hilbert tensors on spaces of analytic functions

Yisheng Song; Liqun QiSubjects: Mathematics >> Mathematics （General）

In this paper, the $m-$order infinite dimensional Hilbert tensor (hypermatrix) is intrduced to define an $(m-1)$-homogeneous operator on the spaces of analytic functions, which is called Hilbert tensor operator. The boundedness of Hilbert tensor operator is presented on Bergman spaces $A^p$ ($p>2(m-1)$). On the base of the boundedness, two positively homogeneous operators are introduced to the spaces of analytic functions, and hence the upper bounds of norm of such two operators are found on Bergman spaces $A^p$ ($p>2(m-1)$). In particular, the norms of such two operators on Bergman spaces $A^{4(m-1)}$ are smaller than or equal to $\pi$ and $\pi^\frac1{m-1}$, respectively. |

Pazy's fixed point theorem with respect to the partial order in uniformly convex Banach spaces

Yisheng Song; Rudong ChenSubjects: Mathematics >> Mathematics （General）

In this paper, the Pazy's Fixed Point Theorems of monotone $\alpha-$nonexpansive mapping $T$ are proved in a uniformly convex Banach space $E$ with the partial order ``$\leq$". That is, we obtain that the fixed point set of $T$ with respect to the partial order ``$\leq$" is nonempty whenever the Picard iteration $\{T^nx_0\}$ is bounded for some comparable initial point $x_0$ and its image $Tx_0$. When restricting the demain of $T$ to the cone $P$, a monotone $\alpha-$nonexpansive mapping $T$ has at least a fixed point if and only if the Picard iteration $\{T^n0\}$ is bounbed. Furthermore, with the help of the properties of the normal cone $P$, the weakly and strongly convergent theorems of the Picard iteration $\{T^nx_0\}$ are showed for finding a fixed point of $T$ with respect to the partial order ``$\leq$" in uniformly convex ordered Banach space. |

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