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``A uniqueness theorem for certain two-point boundary value problems'': A correction

Author: Ross Fraker
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 28 (1971), 631-632
MSC: Primary 34.36
Original Article: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 19 (1968), 249-250.
MathSciNet review: 0274849
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Abstract: The boundary value problem $ x'' = f(t,x,x'),x(a) = A,x(b) = B$ is shown to have at most one solution on the interval $ [a,b]$. The function $ f(t,y,z)$ is such that $ f(t,{y_1},{z_1}) - f(t,{y_2},{z_2}) > g(t,{y_1} - {y_2},{z_1} - {z_2})$ where initial value problem solutions of $ z'' = g(t,z,z')$ have a minimum interval of disconjugacy.

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Keywords: Boundary value problems, uniqueness, two-point, nondecreasing
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