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Dominant and subdominant positive solutions to generalized Dickman equation, Applied Mathematics and Computations

Originální název

Dominant and subdominant positive solutions to generalized Dickman equation, Applied Mathematics and Computations

Anglický název

Dominant and subdominant positive solutions to generalized Dickman equation, Applied Mathematics and Computations

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper considers a generalized Dickman equation. It is proved that there are two mutually disjoint sets of positive decreasing solutions such that, for every two solutions from different sets, the limit of their ratio equals 0 or ∞. The asymptotic behavior of such solutions is derived and a structure formula utilizing such solutions and describing all the solutions of a given equation is discussed. In addition, a criterion is proved giving sufficient conditions for initial functions to generate solutions falling into the first or the second set. Illustrative examples are given. Some open problems are suggested to be solved.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper considers a generalized Dickman equation. It is proved that there are two mutually disjoint sets of positive decreasing solutions such that, for every two solutions from different sets, the limit of their ratio equals 0 or ∞. The asymptotic behavior of such solutions is derived and a structure formula utilizing such solutions and describing all the solutions of a given equation is discussed. In addition, a criterion is proved giving sufficient conditions for initial functions to generate solutions falling into the first or the second set. Illustrative examples are given. Some open problems are suggested to be solved.

BibTex


@article{BUT150428,
  author="Josef {Diblík} and Rigoberto {Medina}",
  title="Dominant and subdominant positive solutions to generalized Dickman equation,
Applied Mathematics and Computations",
  annote="The paper considers a generalized Dickman equation. It is proved that there are two mutually disjoint sets of positive decreasing solutions such that, for every two solutions from different sets, the limit of their ratio equals 0 or ∞. The asymptotic behavior of such solutions is derived and a structure formula utilizing such solutions and describing all the solutions of a given equation is discussed. In addition, a criterion is proved giving sufficient conditions for initial functions to generate solutions falling into the first or the second set. Illustrative examples are given. Some open problems are suggested to be solved.

",
  chapter="150428",
  doi="10.1016/j.amc.2018.03.090",
  howpublished="print",
  number="320",
  volume="2018",
  year="2018",
  month="september",
  pages="169--186",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}