Publication detail

Existence of Subdominant Positive Solutions of a Discrete Equations Delta(k+n)=-p(k)u(k).

BAŠTINEC, J. DIBLÍK, J.

Original Title

Existence of Subdominant Positive Solutions of a Discrete Equations Delta(k+n)=-p(k)u(k).

English Title

Existence of Subdominant Positive Solutions of a Discrete Equations Delta(k+n)=-p(k)u(k).

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

A delaed discrete equation is considered. Sufficient conditions are formulated to guarantee the existence of subdominat positive solutions if goes to infinity. Except for the fact of existence of positive solutions, the upper estimation for them is given. The analysis shows that every positive solution of the indicated family of positive solutions tends to zero (if k goest to infinity) and estimation of the speed of this convergence is given.

English abstract

A delaed discrete equation is considered. Sufficient conditions are formulated to guarantee the existence of subdominat positive solutions if goes to infinity. Except for the fact of existence of positive solutions, the upper estimation for them is given. The analysis shows that every positive solution of the indicated family of positive solutions tends to zero (if k goest to infinity) and estimation of the speed of this convergence is given.

Keywords

delaed discrete equation, subdominat positive solution,

RIV year

2004

Released

20.05.2004

Publisher

VVŠ PV Vyškov

Location

Vyškov

ISBN

80-7231-116-6

Book

XXII. International Colloquium on the Acquisition Process Management, CD ROM

Edition number

1

Pages from

1

Pages to

9

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT14029,
  author="Jaromír {Baštinec} and Josef {Diblík}",
  title="Existence of Subdominant Positive Solutions of a Discrete Equations Delta(k+n)=-p(k)u(k).",
  annote="A delaed discrete equation is considered. Sufficient conditions are formulated to guarantee the existence of subdominat positive solutions if goes to infinity. Except for the fact of existence of positive solutions, the upper estimation for them is given. The analysis shows that every positive solution of the indicated family of positive solutions tends to zero (if k goest to infinity) and estimation of the speed of this convergence is given.",
  address="VVŠ PV Vyškov",
  booktitle="XXII. International Colloquium on the Acquisition Process Management, CD ROM",
  chapter="14029",
  institution="VVŠ PV Vyškov",
  year="2004",
  month="may",
  pages="1",
  publisher="VVŠ PV Vyškov",
  type="conference paper"
}