# Difference between revisions of "Delta Bihari inequality"

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− | $$w^{\Delta}=p(t)g(w) | + | Suppose that $g$ is continuous and nondecreasing, $p$ is [[continuity | rd-continuous]] and nonnegative, and $y$ is rd-continuous. Let $w$ be the solution of |

+ | $$w^{\Delta}=p(t)g(w), \quad w(a)=\beta$$ | ||

and suppose there is a bijective function $G$ with $(G \circ w)^{\Delta} = p$. Then | and suppose there is a bijective function $G$ with $(G \circ w)^{\Delta} = p$. Then | ||

$$y(t) \leq \beta + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau)g(y(\tau)) \Delta \tau$$ | $$y(t) \leq \beta + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau)g(y(\tau)) \Delta \tau$$ | ||

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$$y(t) \leq G^{-1} \left[ G(\beta) + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau) \Delta \tau \right]$$ | $$y(t) \leq G^{-1} \left[ G(\beta) + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau) \Delta \tau \right]$$ | ||

for all $t \in \mathbb{T}$. | for all $t \in \mathbb{T}$. | ||

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==References== | ==References== |

## Revision as of 00:02, 15 September 2016

## Theorem

Suppose that $g$ is continuous and nondecreasing, $p$ is rd-continuous and nonnegative, and $y$ is rd-continuous. Let $w$ be the solution of $$w^{\Delta}=p(t)g(w), \quad w(a)=\beta$$ and suppose there is a bijective function $G$ with $(G \circ w)^{\Delta} = p$. Then $$y(t) \leq \beta + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau)g(y(\tau)) \Delta \tau$$ for all $t \in \mathbb{T}$ implies $$y(t) \leq G^{-1} \left[ G(\beta) + \displaystyle\int_a^t p(\tau) \Delta \tau \right]$$ for all $t \in \mathbb{T}$.

## Proof

## References

R. Agarwal, M. Bohner, A. Peterson - Inequalities on Time Scales: A Survey

## $\Delta$-Inequalities

Bernoulli | Bihari |
Cauchy-Schwarz | Gronwall | Hölder | Jensen | Lyapunov | Markov | Minkowski | Opial | Tschebycheff | Wirtinger |