Positive solutions of boundary-value problems for 2m-order differential equations
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This article concerns the existence of positive solutions to the differential equation
(-1)m x(2m)(t) = ƒ(t, x(t), x'(t),...,x(m)(t)), 0 < t < π,
subject to boundary condition
x(2i)(0) = x(2i) (π) = 0,
or to the boundary condition
x(2i)(0) = x(2i + 1) (π) = 0,
for i = 0,1,...,m - 1. Sufficient conditions for the existence of at least one positive solution of each boundary-value problem are established. Motivated by references [7, 17, 21], the emphasis in this paper is that f depends on all higher-order derivatives.
CitationLiu, Y., & Ge, W. (2003). Positive solutions of boundary-value problems for 2m-order differential equations. Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, 2003(89), pp. 1-12.
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