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Oscillation of second order dynamic equations on time scales
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Kütahyalıoğlu, Ayşen
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During the last decade, the use of time scales as a means of unifying and extending results about various types of dynamic equations has proven to be both prolific and fruitful. Many classical results from the theories of differential and difference equations have time scale analogues. In this thesis we derive new oscillation criteria for second order dynamic equations on time scales.
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Differential equations.
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A. Kütahyalıoğlu, “Oscillation of second order dynamic equations on time scales,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.