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ORGANIZER;CN=Jake Kettinger:MAILTO:jkettinger@huskers.unl.edu
SUMMARY:Raegan Higgins\, Texas Tech University
STATUS:CONFIRMED
DESCRIPTION:Progress continues in the unification and extension of discrete
and continuous analysis since Stefan Hilgerâ€™s landmark paper in 1988. T
he general idea is to prove a result once for a dynamic equation where the
unknown functionâ€™s domain is a time scale T\, which is an arbitrary\, n
onempty\, closed subset of the real numbers. In this talk\, we will begin
by introducing the time scales theory. After\, we will give an overview of
some current time scales applications. Of particular interest are problem
s arising in mathematical biology. We will then conclude with a discussion
of preliminary results on the development of specific models and the rela
ted analysis.\n\nZoom Meeting ID\: 953 4937 9380
LOCATION:Via Zoom Room
URL://events.unl.edu/2021/04/16/154722/
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