Bounded solutions of a second order difference equation with jumps of operator coefficient
Keywords:Difference equation, bounded solution, Banach space
We study the problem of existence of a unique bounded solution of a difference equation of the second order with a variable operator coefficient in a Banach space. In the case of a finite number of jumps of an operator coefficient necessary and sufficient conditions are obtained.
Pages of the article in the issue: 57 - 61
Language of the article: English
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