Term of Award

Summer 2011

Degree Name

Master of Science in Mathematics (M.S.)

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Thesis (open access)

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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Committee Chair

Billur Kaymak calan

Committee Member 1

Goran Lesaja

Committee Member 2

Yan Wu


In view of the recently developed theory of calculus for dynamic equations on time scales (which unifies discrete and continuous systems), in this project we give some of the basics of the extension of the theory to the combined delta (forward) and nabla (backward) derivatives. In this set up the newly developed theory of diamond-alpha derivatives are analyzed through some equation and inequality properties. In particular Opial type Diamond-alpha dynamic Inequalities are discussed in this context and recently developed results and their improved versions are given in this work.

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