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If ∆x( ) = 0, then ∆x(m) < 0 since m k=0 q(k)x(k + 1) > 0 (by assumptions). 1) is conjugate on [n, ∞). 1) in Z. 7. Suppose that q(k) ≡ 0 and ists as a finite number. 1) is conjugate on Z. 7. 1. Riccati technique As we will see in the next sections, the Riccati technique is very important in oscillation theory. Here, we will provide the following fundamental result. 1. 5). 2. 1), is the so-called variational principle. 2(i)–(iv). More precisely, we will use the following lemma. 2. 2) k=m for every nontrivial ξ ∈ U(m), where U(m) = ξ = ξ(k) ∞ k=1 : ξ(k) = 0, k ≤ m, ∃ n > m : ξ(k) = 0, k ≥ n .
64). 63). 4) such that y has a generalized zero at K = N + i and ∆y has a generalized zero at M = N + j, 0 ≤ i < j ≤ n + 1. We claim that y ≡ 0. 4) is disconjugate on In+2 and hence K is the only generalized zero of y on In+2 . Without loss of generality, we may assume that y(k) > 0 for K + 1 ≤ k ≤ N + n + 2 and M is the only generalized zero of ∆y on [K, M]. Clearly, ∆y(k) > 0 for K ≤ k ≤ M − 1 and ∆y(M) ≤ 0. 3), where C is a constant number depending only on the solutions x and y. 66) gives C > 0.
16 Oscillation theory for second-order linear diﬀerence equations Now, we state the following disconjugacy characterization theorem, also known as Reid’s roundabout theorem. 2 (Reid’s roundabout theorem). All of the following statements are equivalent. 4) is disconjugate on [a, b]. 4) has a solution x(k) without generalized zeros in the interval [a, b + 1]. 5) where w(k) = c(k)∆x(k)/x(k), has a solution w(k) on [a, b] satisfying c(k) + w(k) > 0 on [a, b]. 35) is positive definite on U(a, b). 2.