Editor: Eugenia N. Petropoulou

Some Recent Advances in Partial Difference Equations

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ISBN: 978-1-60805-703-0 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-60805-152-6 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2010
DOI: 10.2174/97816080515261100101


Lately there is an increasing interest in partial difference equations demonstrated by the enormous amount of research papers devoted to them. The initial reason for this increasing interest was the development of computers and the area of numerical analysis, where partial difference equations arise naturally when discretizing a partial differential equation. The aim of this e-book is to provide some recent advances in the field of partial difference equations. Applications of partial difference equations in numerical analysis and systems theory are also presented. This e-book will be of use to high level undergraduate students, graduate students and researchers working in the area of partial difference equations.


- Pp. i
Martin Bohner, Rolla and Missouri
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- Pp. ii
Eugenia N. Petropoulou
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Oscillation of partial difference equations with deviating arguments

- Pp. 1-48 (48)
Patricia J. Y. Wong

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Functional-analysis and partial difference equation

- Pp. 49-76 (28)
Eugenia N. Petropoulou and Panayiotis D. Siafarikas

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Partial difference equations and their application in systems theory

- Pp. 77-110 (34)
Jifri Gregor and Josef Hekrdla

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Numerical schemes and difference equations

- Pp. 111-140 (30)
Efstratios E. Tzirtzilakis and Nikolaos G. Kafoussias

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- Pp. 141-142 (2)
Eugenio N. Petropoulou
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