New Trends in Difference Equations
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Difference Equations Tampico, Chile, January 2-7, 2000
This series on the International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications has established a tradition within the mathematical community. It brings together scientists from many different areas of research to highlight current interests, challenges and unsolved problems. This volume comprises selected papers presented at the Fifth International Conference on Difference Equations, held at Temuco, Chile. Experts from around the globe examine many facets of difference equations, including extended hyperbolic difference equations, oscillation criteria, invertability, one- and two-dimensional perturbed maps and much more. It provides a valuable source of reference for graduates and researchers.
Table of Contents
On the Subtle Role of Invertability in Discrete dynamics. A Spectral Theory for Nonautonomous Difference Equations. Improvements in Asymptotic Formulae Results for Functional Difference Equations. Necessary and Sufficient Oscillation Criteria for Discrete Reaction-Diffusion Equations. Linear Discrete Systems with Arguments Deviated to the Future. Shadowing in Extended Hyperbolic Difference Equations. Some Properties of One- and Two-Dimensional Perturbed Maps. On Convergence of Discrete Stochastic Approximation Procedures.