### Eine Charakterisierung der elliptischen Differentialoperatoren.

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In this paper we study the periodic-Neumann boundary value problem for a class of nonlinear parabolic equations. We prove a new uniqueness result and study the structure of the set of solutions when there exist more than one solution. The ideas are applied to a Neumann problem for an elliptic equation.

In this paper, we introduce the concept of upper and lower solutions for third order periodic boundary value problems. We show that the monotone iterative technique is valid and obtain the extremal solutions as limits of monotone sequences. We first present a new maximum principle for ordinary differential inequalities of third order that is interesting by itself.

In this paper we present some results from the theory of fractional integration operators (of Marichev- Saigo-Maeda type) involving the Mittag-Leffler type function with four parameters ζ , γ, Eμ, ν[z] which has been recently introduced by Garg et al. Some interesting special cases are given to fractional integration operators involving some Special functions.

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In this paper, we develop monotone iterative technique to obtain the extremal solutions of a second order periodic boundary value problem (PBVP) with impulsive effects. We present a maximum principle for ``impulsive functions'' and then we use it to develop the monotone iterative method. Finally, we consider the monotone iterates as orbits of a (discrete) dynamical system.

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The purpose of this paper is to study the periodic boundary value problem -u''(t) = f(t,u(t),u'(t)), u(0) = u(2π), u'(0) = u'(2π) when f satisfies the Carathéodory conditions. We show that a generalized upper and lower solution method is still valid, and develop a monotone iterative technique for finding minimal and maximal solutions.

The main purpose of this paper is to introduce a class of new extended forms of the beta function, Gauss hypergeometric function and Appell-Lauricella hypergeometric functions by means of the modified Bessel function of the third kind. Some typical generating relations for these extended hypergeometric functions are obtained by defining the extension of the Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative operator. Their connections with elementary functions and Fox’s H-function are also presented.

We develop the existence theory for sequential fractional differential equations involving Liouville-Caputo fractional derivative equipped with anti-periodic type (non-separated) and nonlocal integral boundary conditions. Several existence criteria depending on the nonlinearity involved in the problems are presented by means of a variety of tools of the fixed point theory. The applicability of the results is shown with the aid of examples. Our results are not only new in the given configuration...

In this paper we investigate the existence of solutions for the initial value problems (IVP for short), for a class of implicit impulsive hyperbolic differential equations by using the lower and upper solutions method combined with Schauder’s fixed point theorem.

In this paper, we establish sufficient conditions for the existence of solutions for nonlinear Hadamard-type implicit fractional differential equations with finite delay. The proof of the main results is based on the measure of noncompactness and the Darbo’s and Mönch’s fixed point theorems. An example is included to show the applicability of our results.

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