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1. CMB 2011 (vol 56 pp. 39)

Ben Amara, Jamel
 Comparison Theorem for Conjugate Points of a Fourth-order Linear Differential Equation In 1961, J. Barrett showed that if the first conjugate point $\eta_1(a)$ exists for the differential equation $(r(x)y'')''= p(x)y,$ where $r(x)\gt 0$ and $p(x)\gt 0$, then so does the first systems-conjugate point $\widehat\eta_1(a)$. The aim of this note is to extend this result to the general equation with middle term $(q(x)y')'$ without further restriction on $q(x)$, other than continuity. Keywords:fourth-order linear differential equation, conjugate points, system-conjugate points, subwronskiansCategories:47E05, 34B05, 34C10

2. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 506)

Neamaty, A.; Mosazadeh, S.
 On the Canonical Solution of the Sturm-Liouville Problem with Singularity and Turning Point of Even Order In this paper, we are going to investigate the canonical property of solutions of systems of differential equations having a singularity and turning point of even order. First, by a replacement, we transform the system to the Sturm-Liouville equation with turning point. Using of the asymptotic estimates provided by Eberhard, Freiling, and Schneider for a special fundamental system of solutions of the Sturm-Liouville equation, we study the infinite product representation of solutions of the systems. Then we transform the Sturm-Liouville equation with turning point to the equation with singularity, then we study the asymptotic behavior of its solutions. Such representations are relevant to the inverse spectral problem. Keywords:turning point, singularity, Sturm-Liouville, infinite products, Hadamard's theorem, eigenvaluesCategories:34B05, 34Lxx, 47E05

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