University of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Gradient estimates for positive global solutions of heat equation under closed Finsler-Ricci flow115167610.22098/jfga.2022.10956.1067ENXinyue ChengSchool of Mathematical Sciences,
Chongqing Normal University,
Chongqing, ChinaPengsheng WuSchool of Mathematical Sciences,
Chongqing Normal University,
Chongqing, ChinaJournal Article20220609In this paper, we establish first order gradient estimates for positive global solutions of the heat equation under closed Finsler-Ricci flow with weighted Ricci curvature Ric<sup>N</sup> bounded below, where N∈ (n,∞). As an application, we derive the corresponding Harnack inequality. Our results are the generalizations and the supplements of the previous known related results.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1676_eee2c73abbda75f3d9655e7c15233f1e.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701On a Bernstein-type theorem for minimal surfaces with Matsumoto metric1630166710.22098/jfga.2021.9688.1056ENRanadip GangopadhyayDST-CIMS, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi-221005, IndiaBankteshwar TiwariDST-CIMS, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi-221005, India0000-0003-4529-8261Journal Article20211016In this paper we characterize a minimal surface with Matsumoto metric and prove a Bernstein-type theorem for surfaces which are graphs of smooth functions. We also obtain the partial differential equation that characterizes the minimal translation surfaces and show that plane is the only such surface.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1667_984ea77d656e62e202db00ab223c78d7.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701R-Complex Finsler spaces with an arctangent Finsler metric3141167010.22098/jfga.2022.10171.1059ENRenu GillDepartment of Mathematics and Statistics, Banasthali Vidyapith, Tonk,
Rajasthan-IndiaGauree ShankerDepartment of Mathematics and Statistics, Central University of Punjab,
Bathinda, Punjab, India0000-0003-1477-6427Ramdayal SinghKushwahaDepartment of Mathematics and Statistics, Banasthali Vidyapith, Tonk,
Rajasthan-IndiaJournal Article20220117In this paper, we have defined the concept of the <strong>R</strong>-complex Finsler space with an arctangent (α, β)-metric F = α + ε β + β tan<sup>-1</sup>( β / α). For this metric, we have obtained the fundamental metric tensor fields g<sub>ij</sub>and g<sub>i¯j</sub> as well as their determinants and inverse tensor fields. Further, some properties of non-Hermitian <strong>R</strong>-complex Finsler spaces with this metric have been described.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1670_03c9384946be545f6e2d33bd80860a10.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701On pseudoconvexity conditions and static spacetimes4248167410.22098/jfga.2022.10526.1064ENMehdi VatandoostDepartment of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Hakim Sabzevari University,
Sabzevar, Iran.0000-0003-1006-9418Rahimeh PourkhandaniDepartment of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Hakim Sabzevari University, Sabzevar, Iran.0000-0003-0390-7137Journal Article20220315Recently, the relationship between (geodesics) convexity, connectedness, and completeness properties in Riemannian manifolds (∑; h) and the causal properties in Lorentzian static spacetimes (M; g) = (R × ∑; -dt<sup>2</sup> + h) is studied. In this paper, some sufficient conditions are introduced to (∑; h) be geodesically convex.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1674_d5bef75eabc4d8ff1072404b105769bb.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Geometric analysis of the Lie algebra of Killing vector fields for a significant cosmological model of rotating fluids4965167210.22098/jfga.2022.10470.1062ENFatemeh AhangariDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran.Journal Article20220308The investigation of rotating fluids in the context of general relativity received remarkable consideration principally after Godel proposed relativistic model of a rotating dust universe. In this paper, a comprehensive analysis regarding the structure of the Lie algebra of Killing vector fields for a specific solution of field equations describing the behavior of rotating fluid models is presented. Killing vector fields can be undoubtedly reckoned as one of the most substantial types of symmetries and are denoted by the smooth vector fields which preserve the metric tensor. In this paper, we specifically concentrate on detailed investigation of the Killing vector fields by reexpressing the analyzed cosmological solution in the orthogonal frame. Significantly, for the resulted Lie algebra of Killing vector fields, the associated basis for the original Lie algebra is determined in which the Lie algebra will be appropriately decomposed into an internal direct sum of subalgebras, where each summand is indecomposable. Ultimately, the preliminary group classification of the symmetry algebra of the killing vector fields is presented. This noteworthy objective is thoroughly fulfilled via constructing the adjoint representation group, which generically insinuates a conjugate relation in the set of all one-dimensional subalgebras. Consequently, the corresponding set of invariant solutions can be reckoned canonically as the mimimal list from which all the other invariant solutions of one-dimensional subalgebras are comprehensively designated unambiguously by virtue of transformations.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1672_21e2c9ff8dfc6010fdc32e16ecdd9258.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Gray scale image processing with Riemannian geometry6671166810.22098/jfga.2022.9738.1057ENEsmaeil PeyghanDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Arak university, Arak, IranEsa SharahiDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Arak University, Arak, Iran.Journal Article20211025In this paper, we use the mean curvature flow PDE and geodesic ODE to smooth and trace evolving curves as boundaries of minimal surfaces for a gray-scale image to capture their boundaries.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1668_debe09446c2f5346881daddc8fe86d1f.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Tracking a target in a three-dimensional space by a nonholonomic constraint7285167510.22098/jfga.2022.10560.1065ENEsmaeil AzizpourDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran.0000-0003-1823-289XGhazale MoazzamiDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran.Journal Article20220326The constrained mechanical systems in velocity component are known as nonholonomic constraints which are significantly important in engineering and robotics. A number of applicable theoretical studies have been performed on such systems among which the geometrical approach for mechanical systems has received extensive consideration. The movement direction, dynamical stability, and system control are among the topics geometrically related to mechanical (nonholonomic) systems. In this paper, a review of the geometrical point of view of mechanical systems constrained by<br />nonholonomic constraints is represented. Moreover, we aim to find the motion equation of a ballistic missile moving towards a given target in a three-dimensional space. Initially, we calculate the motion equation of a ballistic missile which is launched towards an object moving along the z-axis with a constant velocity c. Finally, a general condition is assumed and the motion equation of the missile chasing a moving object in a R<sup>3</sup> space along a certain curve defined by the parametrical equations x =ξ(t), y = η(t) and z = ζ(t) is calculated.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1675_2343938ed6aec1dcd5da60edd7b348bc.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701On new classes of stretch Finsler metrics8699166910.22098/jfga.2022.10115.1058ENLaszlo KozmaInstitute of Mathematics, University of Debrecen, H-4002 Debrecen, Pf. 400,
Hungary0000-0002-4940-4028Sameer AnnonAbbasDoctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Institute of
Mathematics, University of Debrecen, H-4002 Debrecen, Pf. 400, HungaryJournal Article20220110In this paper, we introduce two classes of stretch Finsler metrics. A Finsler metric with vanishing stretch <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-curvature ( stretch <strong>H</strong>-curvature) is called <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-stretch (<strong>H</strong>-stretch) metric (respectively). The class of <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-stretch (<strong>H</strong>-stretch) metric contain the class of Berwald (weakly Berwald) metric (respectively). First, we show that every complete <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-stretch metric (<strong>H</strong>-stretch metric) is a <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-metric (<strong>H</strong>-metric). Then we prove that every compact Finsler manifold with non-negative (non-positive) relatively isotropic stretch <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-curvature (stretch <strong>H</strong>-curvature) is <strong>B</strong><sup>∼</sup>-metric (<strong>H</strong>-metric).https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1669_b761450e56bc457c2aa2c6cca778a120.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Some rigidity results on complete Finsler manifolds100117167110.22098/jfga.2022.10415.1061ENAzam AsanjaraniDepartment of Statistics, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand0000-0001-6115-073XHengameh R. DehkordiCenter of Mathematics, Computing and Cognition - CMCC
Federal University of ABC - UFABC, SP, Brazil.0-0002-1738-3373Journal Article20220223We provide an extension of Obata's theorem to Finsler geometry and establish some rigidity results based on a second-order differential equation. Mainly, we prove that every complete simply connected Finsler manifold of positive constant flag curvature is isometrically homeomorphic to a Euclidean sphere endowed with a certain Finsler metric and vice versa. Based on these results, we present a classification of Finsler manifolds which admit a transnormal function. Specifically, we show that if a complete Finsler manifold admits a transnormal function with exactly two critical points, then it is homeomorphic to a sphere.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1671_16df84e3513a82e16e6237882007ccd7.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701Characterization of a special case of hom-Lie superalgebra118126167310.22098/jfga.2022.10507.1063ENMohammad Reza FarhangdoostDepartment of Mathematics,
College of Sciences,
Shiraz University,
P.O. Box 71457-44776, Shiraz, IranAhmad Reza Attari PolsangiDepartment of Mathematics,
College of Sciences,
Shiraz University,
P.O. Box 71457-44776, Shiraz, IranJournal Article20220313In this paper, we introduce the notion of sympathetic hom-Lie superalgebras. We prove some results on sympathetic multiplicative hom-Lie superalgebras with surjective α. In particular, we find some equivalence condition in which a sympathetic graded hom-ideal is direct factor of multiplicative hom-Lie superalgebra.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1673_317e226089881277df6f8974d64fc997.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701On hyperactions and Lie hypergroup127140173710.22098/jfga.2022.10397.1060ENNeda EbrahimiDepartment of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer,
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman & Mahani Mathematical Reaserch
Center, 7616914111, Kerman, Iran.Tayebeh WaezizadehDepartment of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer,
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman & Mahani Mathematical Reaserch
Center, 7616914111, Kerman, Iran.Journal Article20220220Using the action of a Lie group on a hypergroup, the notion of Lie hypergroup is defined. It is proved that tangent space of a Lie hypergroup is a hypergroup and that a differentiable map between two Lie hypergroup is good homomorphism if and only if its differential map is a good homomorphism. The action of a hypergroup on a set is defined. Using this notion, hypergroup bundle is introduced and some of its basic properties are investigated. In addition, some results on qutient hypergroups are given.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1737_36770bf1a9dc5cc022cdf7334ddea58d.pdfUniversity of Mohaghegh ArdabiliJournal of Finsler Geometry and its Applications2783-05003120220701On a special class of dually flat (α, β)-metrics141154173810.22098/jfga.2022.10850.1066ENSaeedeh MasoumiDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Urmia University
Urmia, Iran.Bahman RezaeiDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Urmia University
Urmia, Iran.Mehran GabraniDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Urmia University
Urmia, Iran.Journal Article20220523In this paper, we first study a special class of (α,β)-metrics in the form F = α + εβ + k β<sup>2</sup>/α , where α is Riemannian metric, β is a 1-form, and ε,k(≠ 0) are constant. We give a complete classification for such metrics to be locally dually flat. By assumption β is a conformal 1-form, we show that the metric is locally dually flat if and only if α is a Euclidean metric and β is a constant 1-form. Further, we classify locally dually flat of a class of Finsler metric in the form F = α exp( α/β ) + εβ, where ε is constant.https://jfga.uma.ac.ir/article_1738_37921fee9fc164d785ddb369281fe62d.pdf