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## Mutation on knots and Whitney’s 2-isomorphism theorem

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2013-06-01) 29: 1219-1230 , June 01, 2013

Whitney’s 2-switching theorem states that any two embeddings of a 2-connected planar graph in *S*^{2} can be connected via a sequence of simple operations, named 2-switching. In this paper, we obtain two operations on planar graphs from the view point of knot theory, which we will term “twisting” and “2-switching” respectively. With the twisting operation, we give a pure geometrical proof of Whitney’s 2-switching theorem. As an application, we obtain some relationships between two knots which correspond to the same signed planar graph. Besides, we also give a necessary and sufficient condition to test whether a pair of reduced alternating diagrams are mutants of each other by their signed planar graphs.

## New characterizations of inhomogeneous Besov and Triebel-Lizorkin spaces over spaces of homogeneous type

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2009-10-15) 25: 1787-1804 , October 15, 2009

In this paper we use the *T*_{1} theorem to prove a new characterization with minimum regularity and cancellation conditions for inhomogeneous Besov and Triebel-Lizorkin spaces over spaces of homogeneous type. These results are new even for ℝ^{n}.

## The Mehler Formula for the Generalized Clifford–Hermite Polynomials

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2007-04-01) 23: 697-704 , April 01, 2007

The Mehler formula for the Hermite polynomials allows for an integral representation of the one–dimensional Fractional Fourier transform. In this paper, we introduce a multi–dimensional Fractional Fourier transform in the framework of Clifford analysis. By showing that it coincides with the classical tensorial approach we are able to prove Mehler’s formula for the generalized Clifford–Hermite polynomials of Clifford analysis.

## On the Growth and Fixed Points of Solutions of Second Order Differential Equations with Meromorphic Coefficients

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2005-08-01) 21: 753-764 , August 01, 2005

In this paper, we investigate the growth and fixed points of solutions and their 1st, 2nd derivatives, differential polynomial of second order linear differential equations with meromorphic coefficients, and obtain that the exponents of convergence of these fixed points are all equal to the order of growth.

## Schatten-p class (0 < p ≤ ∞) Toeplitz operators on generalized Fock spaces

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2015-04-01) 31: 703-714 , April 01, 2015

In this paper, we discuss the Schatten-*p* class (0 < *p* ≤ ∞) of Toeplitz operators on generalized Fock space with the symbol in positive Borel measure. It makes a great difference from other papers by using the estimates of the kernel and the weight together instead of separately estimating each other. We also get the equivalent conditions when a Toeplitz operator is in the Schatten-*p* class.

## Global existence and uniqueness of weak solution to nonlinear viscoelastic full Marguerre-von Kármán shallow shell equations

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2009-11-15) 25: 2133-2156 , November 15, 2009

By Galerkin finite element method, we show the global existence and uniqueness of weak solution to the nonlinear viscoelastic full Marguerre-von Kármán shallow shell equations.

## Distortion theorems for normalized biholomorphic quasi-convex mappings

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2017-09-01) 33: 1242-1248 , September 01, 2017

In this paper, we will use the Schwarz lemma at the boundary to character the distortion theorems of determinant at the extreme points and distortion theorems of matrix on the complex tangent space at the extreme points for normalized locally biholomorphic quasi-convex mappings in the unit ball *B*^{n} respectively.

## Proper biharmonic submanifolds in a sphere

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2012-01-01) 28: 205-218 , January 01, 2012

In this paper, we obtain a constraint of the mean curvature for proper biharmonic submanifolds in a sphere. We give some characterizations of some proper biharmonic submanifolds with parallel mean curvature vector in a sphere. We also construct some new examples of proper biharmonic submanifolds in a sphere.

## A new characterization of p-smoothable Banach spaces

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2011-04-15) 27: 1005-1010 , April 15, 2011

In this paper an atomic decomposition theorem for Banach-space-valued weak Hardy regular martingale space *w*_{p}*H*_{α}^{S}
(*X*) is given. As an application, *p*-smoothable Banach spaces are characterized in terms of bounded sublinear operators defined on Banach-space-valued weak Hardy regular martingale space *w*_{p}*H*_{α}^{S}
(*X*).

## An equilibrium version of set-valued Ekeland variational principle and its applications to set-valued vector equilibrium problems

### Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series (2017-02-01) 33: 210-234 , February 01, 2017

By using Gerstewitz functions, we establish a new equilibrium version of Ekeland variational principle, which improves the related results by weakening both the lower boundedness and the lower semi-continuity of the objective bimaps. Applying the new version of Ekeland principle, we obtain some existence theorems on solutions for set-valued vector equilibrium problems, where the most used assumption on compactness of domains is weakened. In the setting of complete metric spaces (*Z*, *d*), we present an existence result of solutions for set-valued vector equilibrium problems, which only requires that the domain *X* ⊂ *Z* is countably compact in any Hausdorff topology weaker than that induced by *d*. When (*Z*, *d*) is a Féchet space (i.e., a complete metrizable locally convex space), our existence result only requires that the domain *X* ⊂ *Z* is weakly compact. Furthermore, in the setting of non-compact domains, we deduce several existence theorems on solutions for set-valued vector equilibrium problems, which extend and improve the related known results.