Advanced Topics in Difference Equations by R.P. Agarwal, Patricia J.Y. Wong

By R.P. Agarwal, Patricia J.Y. Wong

This monograph is a suite of the implications the authors have got on distinction equations and inequalities. within the previous few years this self-discipline has undergone this sort of dramatic improvement that it really is not possible to provide an exhaustive survey of all learn. besides the fact that, this cutting-edge quantity deals a consultant assessment of the authors' contemporary paintings, reflecting the various significant advances within the box in addition to the variety of the topic. This e-book could be of curiosity to graduate scholars and researchers in mathematical research and its functions, focusing on finite modifications, usual and partial differential equations, genuine services and numerical research.

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