Existence of a Positive Solution for a Right Focal Discrete Boundary Value Problem
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications
Discrete boundary value problems, Right focal, Fixed point theorem, Positive solution
An application is made to the second order right focal discrete boundary value problem of a recent extension of the Leggett-Williams Fixed Point Theorem, which requires neither of the functional boundaries to be invariant. A nontrivial example is also provided
Anderson, D. R.; Avery, R. I.; Henderson, J.; Liu, X.; and Lyons, Jeffrey W., "Existence of a Positive Solution for a Right Focal Discrete Boundary Value Problem" (2011). Mathematics Faculty Articles. 57.