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Oscillation criteria for forced and damped nabla fractional difference equations

Jun 20, 2018

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Published in: Journal of Computational Analysis and Applications

Publisher: Anastassiou, George

/ Hussam Al Rabai'ah

Based on the properties of Riemann–Liouville difference and sum operators, sufficient conditions are established to guarantee the oscillation of solutions for forced and damped nabla fractional difference equations. Numerical examples are presented to show the applicability of the proposed results. We finish the paper by a concluding remark.

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