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Infinite Interval Problems for Differential, Difference and Integral Equations

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This monograph is a cumulation mainly of the author"s research over a period of more than ten years and offers easily verifiable existence criteria for differential, difference and integral equations over the infinite interval. An important feature of this monograph is the illustration of almost all results with examples. This book should turn out to be a stimulus to the further development of the theory. Audience: This work will be of interest to mathematicians and graduate students in the disciplines of theoretical and applied mathematics.

Statementby Ravi P. Agarwal, Donal O"Regan
ContributionsO"Regan, Donal
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LC ClassificationsQA372
The Physical Object
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Pagination1 online resource (x, 341 p.)
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Open LibraryOL27045288M
ISBN 109401038341, 9401007187
ISBN 139789401038348, 9789401007184
OCLC/WorldCa851370667

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Use the comparison theorem to determine whether a definite integral is convergent. This chapter establishes existence theory of Fredholm and Volterra integral equations on infinite intervals.

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Pages In this paper, we consider boundary value problems for nonlinear differential equations on the semi-axis (0,∞) and also on the whole axis (−∞,∞), under the assumption that the left-hand side being a second order linear differential expression belongs to the Weyl limit-circle by: Infinite Interval Problems for Differential, Difference and Integral Equations Offers easily verifiable existence criteria for differential, difference and integral equations over the Infinite interval.

This monograph features the illustration of various results with examples. Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Infinite interval problems for differential, difference and integral equations. RP Agarwal, D O'Regan. Springer Science & Business Media, Infinite interval problems abound in nature and yet until now there has been no book dealing with such problems.

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Thus scientists mainly offer d and used special. I get that the solution y(x) to a first-order differential equation with a given initial value constraint might not be valid for every x. But what I don't get is that the author claims that we should only see the interval of validity in which the x of the initial value constraints lays as the interval of validity.

This monograph is a cumulation mainly of the author's research over a period of more than ten years and offers easily verifiable existence criteria for differential, difference and integral equations over the infinite interval.

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An important feature of this monograph. Within that development, boundary value problems have played a prominent role in both the theory and applications dating back to the 's. This book attempts to present some of the more recent developments from a cross-section of views on boundary value problems for functional differential equations.

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We call this interval, the interval of convergence. Notice the difference between the terms radius of convergence and interval of convergence. The radius of convergence gives information about the open interval but says nothing about the endpoints. Infinite Interval Problems for Differential, Difference and Integral Equations, () A Similarity Approach to the Numerical Solution of Free Boundary Problems.

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This collection of 24 papers, which encompasses the construction and the qualitative as well as quantitative properties of solutions of Volterra, Fredholm, delay, impulse integral and integro-differential equations in various spaces on bounded as well as unbounded intervals, will conduce and spur further research in this direction.

Chapter 3 The Wave Equation Derivation Problems An Infinite-Interval Problem Problems Series Solutions Problems A Problem with Radial Symmetry Problems Transforms Problems Uniqueness Supplementary Problems Chapter 4 The Potential Equation Laplace's and Poisson's Equations Problems Book Edition: 1.