Event Detail

Event Type: 
Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar
Date/Time: 
Friday, April 15, 2005 - 05:00
Location: 
Gilkey 115

Speaker Info

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Abstract: 

In this second part of my talk, I will start by summarizing where we ended up last term. (If you missed Part I, you will be able to understand Part II.) Then I will spend some time justifying a claim I made then that the approach to the Nonlinear Alternative of Leary and Schauder via topological transversality methods is simpler than the original degree theoretic approach. Then I'll use the nonlinear alternative to prove existence for some problems that were introduced last term.