TAGA JOURNAl of       

   GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY

TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE GRAPHIC ARTS

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1. ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR FOR A GENERAL CLASS OF HOMOGENEOUS SECOND ORDER EVOLUTION EQUATIONS IN A HILBERT SPACE
    BEHZAD DJAFARI ROUHANI AND HADI KHATIBZADEH

 

2. QUENCHING FOR DEGENERATE PARABOLIC PROBLEMS WITH NONLOCAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
    C. Y. CHAN AND H. T. LIU

 

3. QUENCHING FOR A PARABOLIC PROBLEM DUE TO A CONCENTRATED NONLINEAR SOURCE ON A SEMI-INFINITE INTERVAL
    C. Y. CHAN AND T. TREEYAPRASERT

 

4. PRODUCT INTEGRATION ON TIME SCALES
    ANTON´ IN SLAV´ IK

 

5. ON NEW OSTROWSKI TYPE INEQUALITIES FOR DOUBLE INTEGRALS ON TIME SCALES
    WENJUN LIU, QUO ´ ˆC ANH NGO, AND WENBING CHEN ˆ

 

6. NEW OSCILLATION CRITERIA FOR CERTAIN EVEN ORDER DELAY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    RUN XU AND YUHUA LV

 

7. MONOTONE ITERATIVE TECHNIQUE AND EXISTENCE RESULTS FOR FRACTIONAL FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    FULYA YORUK DEREN, NUKET AYKUT HAMAL, AND TUGBA SENLIK CERDIK

 

8. KAMENEV-TYPE AND INTERVAL OSCILLATION THEOREMS FOR SECOND ORDER NONLINEAR DELAY DYNAMIC EQUATIONS
    XIAOCHENG HUANG AND ZHITING XU

 

9. SOLVABILITY OF SOME FUNCTIONAL INTEGRAL EQUATION
    LESZEK OLSZOWY

 

10. IMPULSIVE STABILIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
      ZHICHUN YANG AND DAOYI XU

 

11. OSCILLATION AND NONOSCILLATION CRITERIA FOR HALF-LINEAR SECOND ORDER DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
      HASSAN A. EL-MORSHEDY

 

12. RAZUMIKHIN TECHNIQUE VIA TWO LYAPUNOV FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS TO LOTKA-VOLTERRA SYSTEMS WITH TIME DELAY AND IMPULSIVE

      EFFECTS
      QING WANG AND XINZHI LIU

 

13. COMPLETE CONTROLLABILITY OF STOCHASTIC INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL SYSTEMS
      K. BALACHANDRAN, J.-H.KIM, AND S.KARTHIKEYAN

 

14. BLOW-UP FOR THE EULER-BERNOULLI BEAM PROBLEM WITH A FRACTIONAL BOUNDARY DISSIPATION
      SORAYA LABIDI AND NASSER-EDDINE TATAR

 

15. L2-STABILITY OF VECTOR EQUATIONS WITH NONLINEAR CAUSAL MAPPINGS
      M. I. GIL’

 

16. ANTIPODAL FIXED POINT THEORY FOR VOLTERRA MAPS
      YEOL JE CHO, DONAL O’REGAN, AND SVATOSLAV STANEK