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In this paper sufficient conditions for oscillation of all bounded solutions of the equation ...[wzór] where m ≥ 2, (pn) is an oscillatory sequence of real numbers, limn→∞ pn = 0, τ and σ are positive integers, f : N×R×R → R are established.
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In this paper necessary and sufficient conditions have been obtained so that every solution of the Neutral Delay Difference Equation (NODE) where different symbols have there usual meaning, oscillates or tends to zero as n → infin for different ranges of {pn}- This paper generalizes some recent work. The results of this paper hold for linear, sublinear or super linear equations and also for homogeneous equations, i.e. when fn equiv 0.
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In this paper we are concerned with the oscillation of solutions of higher-order sublinear neutral type difference equation with an o oscillating coefficient of the form [...] where p(k) is an oscillatory function which is interesting. We obtain some comparison criteria for oscillatory behaviour. The results are new when n =2 and n = 3.
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In this paper we are concerned with the oscillatory behaviour of solutions of a certain higher order nonlinear neutral type functional difference equation with oscillating coefficient. We obtain two sufficient criteria for oscillatory behaviour.
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In this paper we study asymptotic behavior of solutions of a higher order neutral difference equation of the form Δm(xn + pnxn-τ) + f(n, xσ(n)) = hn. We present conditions under which all nonoscillatory solutions of the above equation have the property xn = cnm-1 + o(nm-1) for some c ∈ R.
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Content available remote On two second order half-linear difference equations
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In this paper, two second order half-linear difference equations are considered. By establishing their connections with a standard half-linear difference equation, we are able to obtain sufficient conditions for existence and nonexistence of eventually positive solutions.
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In this paper necessary and sufficient conditions have been obtained so that every solution of the Neutral Delay Difference Equation (NDDE) oscillates or tends to zero as n —> &infin for different ranges of This paper improves and generalizes some recent work [2. 6, 8]. The results of this paper hold for linear, sublinear and superlinear equations and also for homogeneous equations, i.e. when fn ≡ 0.
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