By I. T. Kiguradze, T. A. Chanturia (auth.)

ISBN-10: 9401047979

ISBN-13: 9789401047975

ISBN-10: 9401118086

ISBN-13: 9789401118088

This quantity offers a entire evaluate of the advancements that have taken position over the past thirty years in regards to the asymptotic houses of options of nonautonomous usual differential equations. The stipulations of oscillation of suggestions are verified, and a few normal theorems at the type of equations in response to their oscillatory houses are proved. furthermore, the stipulations are stumbled on below which nonlinear equations don't have singular, right, oscillatory and monotone options.

The publication has 5 chapters: bankruptcy I bargains with linear differential equations; bankruptcy II with quasilinear equations; bankruptcy III with common nonlinear differential equations; and bankruptcy IV and V deal, respectively, with higher-order and second-order differential equations of the Emden-Fowler variety.

each one part includes difficulties, together with a few which shortly stay unsolved. the amount concludes with an intensive record of references.

For researchers and graduate scholars attracted to the qualitative thought of differential equations.

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1) does not have property A (property B), but possesses an oscillatory solution. 2), 'Tn(toiP) = +00 for a certain to E R+. Thus there exist sequences of points (tk)"t::. and of solutions (Uk)t::. 1) has oscillatory solutions, for any positive integer m the interval between two successive zeros of a solution can contain at least m zeros of another solution of the same equation. §2. 1. Some auxiliary assertions. Below we use certain asymptotic properties of solutions of the equation Dn(u; ao, ...

13 the estimates of the parameter u are best possible. 13 the strict inequality cannot be replaced by a nonstrict one. However, the following theorem is true. 14. Let lim tn-Hlp. (t) = 0 t-o+oo 1+ 00 (i = 2, ... ,n), ,1 t n- i lpi2(t) Idt < +00 (i = 1, ... 9). 62) has property A. Before starting the proof of this theorem, we have to justify the following lemma. 22. Let p, q, ak, bk E L([a,,8]) (k = 0, ... ,n), ak(t) 2: bk(t) > 0 for t E [a,,8] (k = 1, ... 100) ao(t)an(t)p(t) :::; bo(t)bn(t)q(t) ::::; 0 for t E [a,,8], Vk E {O, I} (k = 1,.

Then there exists t 1 E E~*(to; p) such that t 1 > Tn(tO;p). Set p *(t ) = {pet) pet) +1 for t E [0, t 1 ] for t E ]t 1 , +00[. It is easy to show that tl :$ to = T~*(to;P*) < +00. 12, the equation = Tn(tO;P*)' u(n) = p*(t)u has a solution Uo satisfying the conditions Uo(t) ~ 0 uo(to) = uo(to) = 0, for t E [to, to], An(UO; [to, to]) = n. Denote by to < t 1 < ... < tk < to the zeros of Uo and by no, nI, ... , nk, nO their respective multiplicities. Clearly, nl, ... 5 so is nO. 1) such that (j = 1, ...

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