Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2003

Publication Source

Dynamic Systems and Applications

Abstract

In this paper we continue to explore cross-symmetry properties of the solutions of second-order nonlinear boundary value problems on time scales. Dynamic equations under delta and nabla differentiations are considered. It is proven that, by introducing a proper companion problem, the solution of a dynamic equation is cross-symmetric to the solution of the companion problem. Proper jump functions on time scales are utilized. Computational examples are given to further illustrate our conclusions.

Inclusive pages

99-113

ISBN/ISSN

1056-2176

Document Version

Published Version

Comments

Special issue: dynamic equations on time scales

This document is made available in compliance with the publisher's policy on self-archiving or with the express permission of the publisher. Permission documentation is on file.

Volume

12

Volume

12

Issue

1-2

Peer Reviewed

yes


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Mathematics Commons

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