This paper studies a coupled system of nonlinear fractional differential equation with three-point boundary conditions. Applying the Schauder fixed point theorem, an existence result is proved for the following system D α u (t) = f (t, v (t) , D m v (t)) , t ∈ (0, 1) , D β v (t) = g (t, u (t) , D n u (t)) , t ∈ (0, 1) , u (0) = 0, D θ u (1) = δD θ u (η) , v… (More)
MOTIVATION Any triplet codon may be regarded as a 12-dimensional fuzzy code. Sufficient information about a particular sequence may not be available in certain situations. The investigator will be confronted with imprecise sequences, yet want to make comparisons of sequences. Fuzzy polynucleotides can be compared by using geometrical interpretation of fuzzy… (More)
Using Kosko's hypercube, we identify a fuzzy set with a point in a unit hypercube. A non-fuzzy or crisp subset of a set is a vertex of the hypercube. We introduce some new ideas: the definition of the fuzzy segment joining two given fuzzy subsets of a set, the set of midpoints between those two fuzzy subsets, and the set of equidistant points from given… (More)
We present an existence theorem for nonlinear ordinary differential equations of first order with nonlinear boundary conditions. The result includes, for instance, the initial value problem, the final value problem, and the antiperi-odic boundary value problem. The main novelty of the method lies in that it unifies different techniques for initial or… (More)
In this paper, we study the anti-periodic boundary value problems for nonlinear first-order differential equations both in finite and in infinite dimensional spaces. Several new existence results are obtained.
The purpose of this paper is to present a general view of the current applications of fuzzy logic in medicine and bioinformatics. We particularly review the medical literature using fuzzy logic. We then recall the geometrical interpretation of fuzzy sets as points in a fuzzy hypercube and present two concrete illustrations in medicine (drug addictions) and… (More)