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A $(k, n − k)$ Conjugate Boundary Value Problem with Semipositone Nonlinearity

Qingliu Yao

Commun. Math. Res., 31 (2015), pp. 51-61.

Published online: 2021-05

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The existence of positive solution is proved for a $(k, n − k)$ conjugate boundary value problem in which the nonlinearity may make negative values and may be singular with respect to the time variable. The main results of Agarwal et al. (Agarwal R P, Grace S R, O'Regan D. Semipositive higher-order differential equations. Appl. Math. Letters, 2004, 14: 201–207) are extended. The basic tools are the Hammerstein integral equation and the Krasnosel'skii's cone expansion-compression technique.

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higher order ordinary differential equation, boundary value problem, semipositone nonlinearity, positive solution.

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34B15, 35B18

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The existence of positive solution is proved for a $(k, n − k)$ conjugate boundary value problem in which the nonlinearity may make negative values and may be singular with respect to the time variable. The main results of Agarwal et al. (Agarwal R P, Grace S R, O'Regan D. Semipositive higher-order differential equations. Appl. Math. Letters, 2004, 14: 201–207) are extended. The basic tools are the Hammerstein integral equation and the Krasnosel'skii's cone expansion-compression technique.

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The existence of positive solution is proved for a $(k, n − k)$ conjugate boundary value problem in which the nonlinearity may make negative values and may be singular with respect to the time variable. The main results of Agarwal et al. (Agarwal R P, Grace S R, O'Regan D. Semipositive higher-order differential equations. Appl. Math. Letters, 2004, 14: 201–207) are extended. The basic tools are the Hammerstein integral equation and the Krasnosel'skii's cone expansion-compression technique.

Qingliu Yao. (2021). A $(k, n − k)$ Conjugate Boundary Value Problem with Semipositone Nonlinearity. Communications in Mathematical Research . 31 (1). 51-61. doi:10.13447/j.1674-5647.2015.01.06
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