https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/issue/feedCUBO, A Mathematical Journal2022-05-18T17:20:24-04:00Mauricio Godoy Molinacubo@ufrontera.clOpen Journal Systems<p align="justify">CUBO, A Mathematical Journal is a scientific journal founded in 1985 by the Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco - Chile. The journal publishes original papers containing substantial results in areas of pure and applied mathematics. CUBO appears in three issues per year and is indexed in DOAJ, zbMATH Open, MathSciNet, Latindex, Miar, Redib, SciELO-Chile and Scopus.</p>https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2951Quasi bi-slant submersions in contact geometry2022-05-18T17:17:23-04:00Rajendra Prasadrp.manpur@rediffmail.comMehmet Akif Akyolmehmetakifakyol@bingol.edu.trSushil Kumarsushilmath20@gmail.comPunit Kumar Singhsinghpunit1993@gmail.com<p class="p1">The aim of the paper is to introduce the concept of quasi bi-slant submersions from almost contact metric manifolds onto Riemannian manifolds as a generalization of<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>semi-slant and hemi-slant submersions. We mainly focus on quasi bi-slant submersions from cosymplectic manifolds. We give some non-trivial examples and study the geometry of leaves of distributions which are involved in the definition of the submersion. Moreover, we find some conditions for such submersions to be integrable and totally geodesic.</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 R. Prasad et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2952Infinitely many positive solutions for an iterative system of singular BVP on time scales2022-05-18T17:17:45-04:00K. Rajendra Prasadrajendra92@rediffmail.comMahammad Khuddushkhuddush89@gmail.comK. V. Vidyasagarvidyavijaya08@gmail.com<div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>In this paper, we consider an iterative system of singular two-point boundary value problems on time scales. By applying Hölder’s inequality and Krasnoselskii’s cone fixed point theorem in a Banach space, we derive sufficient conditions for the existence of infinitely many positive solutions. Finally, we provide an example to check the validity of our obtained results.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 K. R. Prasad et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2953Smooth quotients of abelian surfaces by finite groups that fix the origin2022-05-18T17:18:06-04:00Robert Auffarthrfauffar@uchile.clGiancarlo Lucchini Artecheluco@uchile.clPablo Quezadapsquezada@uc.cl<p class="p1">Let \(A\) be an abelian surface and let \(G\) be a finite group of automorphisms of \(A\) fixing the origin. Assume that the analytic representation of \(G\) is irreducible. We give a classification of the pairs \((A,G)\) such that the quotient \(A/G\) is smooth. In particular, we prove that \(A=E^2\) with \(E\) an elliptic curve and that \(A/G\simeq\mathbb P^2\) in all cases. Moreover, for fixed \(E\), there are only finitely many pairs \((E^2,G)\) up to isomorphism. This fills a small gap in the literature and completes the classification of smooth quotients of abelian varieties by finite groups fixing the origin started by the first two authors.</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 R. Auffarth et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2954On graphs that have a unique least common multiple2022-05-18T17:18:24-04:00Reji T.rejiaran@gmail.comJinitha Varughesejinith@gmail.comRuby R.rubymathpkd@gmail.com<p class="p1">A graph \(G\) without isolated vertices<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>is a least common multiple of two graphs \(H_1\) and \(H_2\) if \(G\) is a<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>smallest<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>graph, in terms of number of edges, such that there exists<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>a decomposition of \(G\) into edge disjoint copies of \(H_1\) and there exists a decomposition of \(G\) into edge disjoint copies of \(H_2\). The concept was introduced by G. Chartrand <em>et al.</em> and they proved that every two nonempty graphs have a least common multiple. Least common multiple of two graphs need not be unique. In fact two graphs can have an arbitrary large number of least common multiples. In this paper graphs that have a unique least common multiple with \( P_3 \cup K_2 \) are characterized.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 Reji T. et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2955The topological degree methods for the fractional \(p(\cdot)\)-Laplacian problems with discontinuous nonlinearities2022-05-18T17:18:43-04:00Hasnae El Hammarhasnaeelhammar11@gmail.comChakir Allalouchakir.allalou@yahoo.frAdil Abbassiabbassi91@yahoo.frAbderrazak Kassidiabderrazakassidi@gmail.com<p class="p1">In this article, we<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>use the topological degree based on the abstract Hammerstein equation to investigate the existence of weak solutions for a class of elliptic Dirichlet boundary value problems involving the fractional \(p(x)\)-Laplacian operator with discontinuous nonlinearities. The appropriate functional framework for this problems is the fractional Sobolev space with variable exponent.</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 H. El Hammar et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2957Existence, uniqueness, continuous dependence and Ulam stability of mild solutions for an iterative fractional differential equation2022-05-18T17:19:04-04:00Abderrahim Guerfiabderrahimg21@gmail.comAbdelouaheb Ardjouniabd_ardjouni@yahoo.fr<p class="p1">In this work, we study the existence, uniqueness, continuous dependence and Ulam stability of mild solutions for an iterative Caputo fractional differential equation by first inverting it as an integral equation. Then we construct an appropriate mapping and employ the Schauder fixed point theorem to prove our new results. At the end we give an example to illustrate our obtained results.</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 A. Guerfi et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2958A characterization of \(\mathbb F_q\)-linear subsets of affine spaces \(\mathbb F_{q^2}^n\)2022-05-18T17:19:24-04:00Edoardo Ballicoedoardo.ballico@unitn.it<p class="p1">Let \(q\) be an odd prime power. We discuss possible definitions over \(\mathbb F_{q^2}\) (using the Hermitian form) of circles, unit segments and half-lines. If we use our unit segments to define the convex hulls of a set \(S\subset \mathbb F_{q^2}^n\) for \(q\notin \{3,5,9\}\) we just get the<span class="Apple-converted-space"> \(</span>\mathbb F_q\)-affine span of \(S\).</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 E. Ballicohttps://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2959Some results on the geometry of warped product CR-submanifolds in quasi-Sasakian manifold2022-05-18T17:19:43-04:00Shamsur Rahmanshamsur@rediffmail.com<p class="p1">The present paper deals with a study of warped product submanifolds of quasi-Sasakian manifolds and warped product CR-submanifolds of quasi-Sasakian manifolds. We have shown that the warped product of the type \( M = D_{\perp}{\times}{_{y}}{D}_{T}\) does not exist, where \( D_{\perp}\) and \( D_{T}\) are invariant and anti-invariant submanifolds of a quasi-Sasakian manifold \(\bar{M}\), respectively. Moreover we have obtained characterization results for CR-submanifolds to be locally CR-warped products.</p>2022-04-04T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 S. Rahmanhttps://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2965Optimality of constants in power-weighted Birman–Hardy–Rellich-Type inequalities with logarithmic refinements2022-05-18T17:20:04-04:00Fritz Gesztesyfritz_gesztesy@baylor.eduIsaac Michaelimichael@lsu.eduMichael M. H. Pangpangm@missouri.edu<p class="p1">The principal aim of this paper is to establish the optimality (<em>i.e.</em>, sharpness) of the constants \(A(m, \alpha)\) and \(B(m, \alpha)\), \(m \in \mathbb N\), \(\alpha \in \mathbb R\), of the form<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>\begin{align*} &A(m, \alpha) = 4^{-m} \prod_{j=1}^{m} (2j - 1 -\alpha)^2, \\ &B(m, \alpha) = 4^{-m} \sum_{k=1}^{m} \ \prod_{\substack{j = 1\\ j \ne k}}^{m} ( 2j - 1 - \alpha )^{2}, \end{align*} in the power-weighted Birman--Hardy--Rellich-type integral inequalities with logarithmic refinement terms recently proved in [41], namely,<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>\begin{align*} &\int_0^{\rho} dx \, x^{\alpha} \big| f^{(m )}(x) \big|^{2} \geq A(m, \alpha) \int_0^{\rho} dx \,<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>x^{\alpha - 2m} \big|f(x)\big|^{2} \\ &\quad+ B(m, \alpha) \sum_{k=1}^{N} \int_0^{\rho} dx \, x^{\alpha - 2m}\prod_{p=1}^{k}<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>[\ln_{p}(\gamma/x)]^{-2} \big|f(x)\big|^{2}, <span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span> \\ & \, f \in C_{0}^{\infty}((0, \rho)), \; m, {N} \in \mathbb N, \; \alpha \in \mathbb R, \; \rho, \gamma \in (0,\infty),<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>\; \gamma \geq e_{N} \rho. \end{align*} Here the iterated logarithms are given by \[ \ln_{1}( \, \cdot \,) = \ln(\, \cdot \,), \quad \ln_{j+1}( \, \cdot \,) = \ln( \ln_{j}(\, \cdot \,)), \quad j \in \mathbb N, \] and the iterated exponentials are defined via \[e_{0} = 0, \quad e_{j+1} = e^{e_{j}}, \quad j \in \mathbb N_{0} = \mathbb N \cup \{0\}. \] Moreover, we prove the analogous sequence of inequalities on the exterior interval \((r,\infty)\) for \(f \in C_{0}^{\infty}((r,\infty))\), \(r \in (0,\infty)\), and once again prove optimality of the constants involved.</p>2022-04-12T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 F. Gesztesy et al.https://revistas.ufro.cl/ojs/index.php/cubo/article/view/2966Uniqueness of entire functions whose difference polynomials share a polynomial with finite weight2022-05-18T17:20:24-04:00Goutam Haldargoutamiit1986@gmail.com<div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>In this paper, we use the concept of weighted sharing of values to investigate the uniqueness results when two difference polynomials of entire functions share a nonzero polynomial with finite weight. Our result improves and extends some recent results due to Sahoo-Karmakar [J. Cont. Math. Anal. 52(2) (2017), 102–110] and that of Li <em>et al.</em> [Bull. Malays. Math. Sci. Soc., 39 (2016), 499–515]. Some examples have been exhibited which are relevant to the content of the paper.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div>2022-04-12T00:00:00-04:00Copyright (c) 2022 G. Haldar