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Oscillation result for half-linear dynamic equations on timescales and its consequences

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Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences
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Faculty of Science

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Keywords dynamic equation; half-linear equation; linear equation; oscillation criterion; oscillation theory; Riccati technique; timescale
Description We study oscillatory properties of half-linear dynamic equations on timescales. Via the combination of the Riccati technique and an averaging method, we find the domain of oscillation for many equations. The presented main result is not the conversion of a known result from the theory of differential or difference equations, i.e., we obtain new results for the timescales T = R (for differential equations) and T = Z (for difference equations). Half-linear equations generalize linear equations (in fact, they coincide with certain one-dimensional PDEs with p-Laplacian), but the main result is new also for linear differential and difference equations. The corresponding corollaries and examples are given as well.
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