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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 201, Issue 5, pp 566–580 | Cite as

Approximate Solution of Nonlinear Discrete Equations of Convolution Type

  • S. N. Askhabov
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Abstract

By the method of potential monotone operators we prove global theorems on existence, uniqueness, and ways to find a solution for different classes of nonlinear discrete equations of convolution type with kernels of special form both in weighted and in weightless real spaces p . Using the property of potentiality of the operators under consideration, in the case of space 2 and in the case of a weighted space p (ϱ) with a generic weight ϱ, we prove that a discrete equation of convolution type with an odd power nonlinearity has a unique solution and it (the main result) can be found by gradient method.

Keywords

Convolution Monotone Operator Nonlinear Operator Weighted Space Convolution Operator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chechen State UniversityGroznyRussia

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