Talk by Pedro Miana

On March 3rd, 2021, Prof. Dr. Pedro Miana (University of Zaragoza) gave a talk about "Fundamental solutions for semidiscrete evolution equations via Banach algebras" as part of the research seminar Analysis of the FernUniversität in Hagen. This lecture is partially supported by the COST action Mathematical models for interacting dynamics on networks.


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In this talk, we give representations for solutions of time-fractional differential equations that involve operators on Lebesgue spaces of sequences defined by discrete convolutions involving kernels through the discrete Fourier transform. We consider finite difference operators of first and second orders, which are generators of uniformly continuous semigroups and cosine functions. We present the linear and algebraic structures (in particular, factorization properties) and their norms and spectra in the Lebesgue space of summable sequences. We identify fractional powers of these generators and apply to them the subordination principle. We also give some applications and consequences of our results.

These results have been published in a joint paper with Carlos Lizama and Jorge González-Camus from the Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

Video of the talk

Liza Schonlau | 10.05.2024