Positive solutions to a singular second order three-point boundary value problem Authors
Received: 05 June 2001 Revised: 28 February 2002 DOI:
Cite this article as: Wen-bo, Q., Zhong-xin, Z. & Jun-de, W. Appl Math Mech (2002) 23: 854. doi:10.1007/BF02456982 Abstract
A fixed point theorem is used to study a singular second order three-point boundary value problem. The problem is more general. Combining the method of constructing Green functions with operators defined piecewise, the existence resultof positive solutions to a singular second order three-point boundary value problem is established. The nonlinearity can be allowed to change sign.
Key words positive solution boundary value problem existence CLC number O175.1
Communicated by DING Xie-ping
Foundation item: the Educational Foundation of Jiangshu Province Biography: QU Wen-bo (1965-), Associate Professor References
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