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  1. When solving boundary value problems on infinite intervals, it is possible to use continuation principles. Some of these principles take advantage of equipping the considered function spaces with topologies of...

    Authors: Tomáš Fürst
    Citation: Boundary Value Problems 2006 2006:68329
  2. We develop monotone iterative technique for a system of semilinear elliptic boundary value problems when the forcing function is the sum of Caratheodory functions which are nondecreasing and nonincreasing, res...

    Authors: AS Vatsala and Jie Yang
    Citation: Boundary Value Problems 2005 2005:746460
  3. We prove the existence and multiplicity of solutions to a two-point boundary value problem associated to a weakly coupled system of asymmetric second-order equations. Applying a classical change of variables, ...

    Authors: Francesca Dalbono and PJ McKenna
    Citation: Boundary Value Problems 2005 2005:702485
  4. We prove some existence theorems regarding solutions to boundary value problems for systems of second-order discrete inclusions. For a certain class of right-hand sides, we present some lemmas showing that all...

    Authors: Petr Stehlík and Christopher C Tisdell
    Citation: Boundary Value Problems 2005 2005:162763

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