Disconjugacy, Differences, and Differentiation for Solutions of Nonlocal Boundary Value Problems for nth Order Difference Equations
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications
Discrete non-local boundary value problem, Continuous dependence, Variational equation, Disconjugacy, 34B10, 39A10
With certain continuity and disconjugacy assumptions, solutions of the discrete boundary value problem,
satisfying non-local boundary conditions
are differenced with respect to the boundary points and differentiated with respect to the boundary values. The results are found to solve different but related linear difference equations.
Lyons, Jeffrey W., "Disconjugacy, Differences, and Differentiation for Solutions of Nonlocal Boundary Value Problems for nth Order Difference Equations" (2014). Mathematics Faculty Articles. 137.