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\noindent {\footnotesize The Extended Abstracts of \\
The 4$^{\rm th}$ Seminar on Functional Analysis and its Applications\\
2-3rd March 2016, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran}\\[1.00in]
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\title[Synchronization for uncertain chaotic neural networks]{Synchronization for uncertain chaotic neural networks with mixed time delays}
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\author[Babaei Tehrani, Jamshidian, Zanjani]{Ghasem Babaei Tehrani$^1$, Amir Ali Jamshidian$^1$\Speaker and Akbar Zanjani$^2$}
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\authorsaddresses{$^1$ Department of Pure Mathematics, Ferdowsi University
of Mashhad, P. O. Box 1159, Mashhad 91775, Iran;\\ Centre of
Excellence in Analysis on Algebraic Structures (CEAAS), Ferdowsi
University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.\\
javadi@um.ac.ir; jamshid@member.ams.org\\
\vspace{0.5cm} $^2$ Department of Mathematics, Faculty of
Mathematics and Statistics, University of Birjand, Birjand, Iran.\\
zanjani@bu.ac.ir}
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\section{Introduction}
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\section{Main results}
The following is an example of a lemma.
\begin{lemma} Assume that $K$ is
an arbitrary field, $GL(n,K)$ is a linear group of dimension $n$
over $K$, $n$ is a positive integer.
\begin{itemize}
\item [\rm{(a)}]~ If $G$ is a locally nilpotent subgroup of $GL(n,K)$, then $G$ has no proper
conjugately dense subgroups;
\item [\rm{(b)}]~ If $G$ is a locally supersoluble subgroup of $GL(n,K)$, then $G$ has
no proper conjugately dense subgroups.
\end{itemize}
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4 & 5 & 6 \\
7 & 8 & 9 \\
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\end{table}
This is an example of a matrix
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\begin{bmatrix}
1 & -2 \\
3 & 5
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The following is an example of an example.
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\begin{example}
Let $D_{\infty}=\cong {\mathbb Z}_2*{\mathbb Z}_2$ be
the infinite dihedral group. Then
$$M^{(2)}(D_{\infty})\not\cong M^{(2)}({\mathbb Z}_2)\oplus M^{(2)}({\mathbb Z}_2).$$
\end{example}
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The following is an example of a theorem and a proof. Please note how to refer to a formula.
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\begin{theorem}\label{maintheorem}
If ${\bf B}$ is an open ball of a real inner product space
${\mathcal X}$ of dimension greater than $1$, then there exist
additive mappings $T: {\mathcal X}\to {\mathcal Y}$ and $b:{\mathbb
R}_+\to {\mathcal Y}$ such that $f(x) = T(x) + b\left (\|x\|^2\right
)$ for all $x\in {\bf B}\setminus \{0\}$.
\end{theorem}
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\begin{proof}
First note that if $f$ is a generalized Jensen mapping with
parameters $t=s \geq r $, then
\begin{align}\label{additive}
f(\lambda(x+y))&=\lambda f(x) + \lambda f(y)\nonumber\\
&\leq \lambda (f(x) + f(y))\nonumber\\
&= f(x) + f(y)
\end{align}
for some $\lambda \geq 1$ and all $x, y\in {\bf B}\setminus \{0\}$
such that $x \perp y$.
\medskip
\noindent \underline{\rm Step (I)- the case that f is odd:} Let $x
\in {\bf B} \setminus \{0\}$. There exists $y_0 \in {\bf B}
\setminus \{0\}$ such that $x \perp y_0$, $x + y_0 \perp x - y_0$.
We have
\begin{eqnarray*}
f(x)&=& f(x)- \lambda\, f\left ( \frac{x+y_0}{2\, \lambda}\, \right
) -
\lambda \, f\left ( \frac{x-y_0}{2\, \lambda}\, \right )\\
&&+ \, \lambda \, f\left ( \frac{x+y_0}{2\, \lambda}\, \right ) -
\lambda^2\, f\left ( \frac{x}{2\, \lambda^2}\, \right ) - \lambda^2
\, f\left (
\frac{y_0}{2\, \lambda^2}\, \right )\\
&=& 2\, \lambda^2 \, f\left ( \frac{x}{2\, \lambda^2}\, \right ).
\end{eqnarray*}
\medskip
\noindent \underline{\rm Step (II)- the case that f is even:} Using
the same notation and the same reasoning as in the proof of Theorem
\ref{maintheorem}, one can show that $f(x)=f(y_0)$ and the mapping $Q:
{\mathcal X}\to {\mathcal Y}$ defined by $Q(x) : = (4\lambda^2)^n
f((2\lambda^2)^{-n}x)$ is even orthogonally additive.
\medskip
Now the result can be deduced from Steps (I) and (II) and
\eqref{additive}.
\end{proof}
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\bigskip
\section*{Acknowledgement} Acknowledgements could be placed at the end
of the text but precede the references.
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\fbox{\scriptsize{\textbf{Please cite your relevant papers but at
most total 5 papers/books.}}}
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\bibitem{haag1} U. Haagerup, \textit{Solution of the similarity problem for cylic representations
of $C^*$-algebras}, Ann. of Math. 118 (1983), no. 2, 215--240.
\bibitem{H} A.A. Jamshidian, \textit{\v{C}ebyshev inequality}, Linear Multilinear Algebra, arXiv:1154.1464v2 (to appear).
\bibitem{J-J} Z. Rezaei, A.A. Jamshidian and Gh. Babaei Tehrani, \textit{Cyclic nilpotent groups}, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 145 (2008), no. 11, 3318--3321.
\bibitem{MUR} V.S. Ryabenkii and S.V. Tsynkov, \textit{A theoretical introduction to numerical analysis}, Chapman \& Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL, 2007.
\bibitem{RAS} J. Mi\'lov\'c, \textit{Lie symmetries of systems of second-order linear ordinary differential equations}, Nonlinear analysis, 239--267, Springer Optim. Appl., 65, Springer, New York, 2011.
\end{thebibliography}
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