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# Oscillation of solutions of a linear second-order discrete delayed equation

Originální název

Oscillation of solutions of a linear second-order discrete delayed equation

Anglický název

Oscillation of solutions of a linear second-order discrete delayed equation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The existence of a positive solution of difference equations is often encountered when analysing mathematical models describing various processes. This is a motivation for an intensive study of the conditions for the existence of positive solutions of discrete or continuous equations. Such analysis is related to an investigation of the case of all solutions being oscillating. We investigated a class of linear second-order delayed discrete equations and proved the new conditions, where guaranted. that all solutions are oscillating. We consider the delayed second-order linear discrete equation

Anglický abstrakt

The existence of a positive solution of difference equations is often encountered when analysing mathematical models describing various processes. This is a motivation for an intensive study of the conditions for the existence of positive solutions of discrete or continuous equations. Such analysis is related to an investigation of the case of all solutions being oscillating. We investigated a class of linear second-order delayed discrete equations and proved the new conditions, where guaranted. that all solutions are oscillating. We consider the delayed second-order linear discrete equation

BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT35819,
author="Josef {Diblík} and Jaromír {Baštinec} and Zdeněk {Šmarda}",
title="Oscillation of solutions of a linear second-order discrete delayed equation",
annote="The existence of a positive solution of difference equations is often encountered when analysing mathematical models describing various processes. This is a motivation for an intensive study of the conditions for the existence of positive solutions of discrete or continuous equations. Such analysis is related to an investigation of the case of all solutions being oscillating. We investigated a class of linear second-order delayed discrete equations and proved the new conditions, where  guaranted. that all solutions are oscillating.
We consider the delayed second-order linear discrete equation",