MIXED NONLINEAR OSCILLATION OF SECOND ORDER FORCED DYNAMIC EQUATIONS

2010-09-01
GÜVENİLİR, AYŞE FEZA
Sahiner, Y.
Zafer, Ağacık
By using a technique similar to the one introduced by Kong [J Math Anal Appl 229 (1999) 258-270] and employing an arithmetic-geometric mean inequality, we establish oscillation criteria for second-order forced dynamic equations on time scales containing mixed nonlinearities of the form
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Citation Formats
A. F. GÜVENİLİR, Y. Sahiner, and A. Zafer, “MIXED NONLINEAR OSCILLATION OF SECOND ORDER FORCED DYNAMIC EQUATIONS,” DYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS, pp. 635–649, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/56071.