Figen Øzpinar

(Afyon Kocatepe University)

(Afyon Kocatepe University)

Analysis Seminar

Monday, 9 September, 2013, at 15:15-16:15, in Koll. D (1531-211)

Abstract:

Partial difference equations are types of difference equations that involve functions of two or more independent variables. Such equations arise in applications, involving population dy namics with spatial migrations, chemical reactions, the approximation of solutions of partial d ifferential equations by finite difference methods, random walk problems, the study of molec ular orbits, dynamical systems, economics, biology and other felds. The qualitative analysis of partial difference equations has received much attention. Recently, there are many papers devoted to the development of qualitative theory of partial difference equations.

This presentation consist of two parts. In the first part basic information about partial difference analysis is given. In the second part three papers which are concerned with some oscillation criteria for certain partial difference equations are introduced.

Contact person: Jacob Schach Møller