00 QA299 Twelve papers from the September 2009 conference consider questions related to impulsive matrix differential equations, non-homogeneous differential equations with Liouville fractional derivatives, Dunkl operators, Fourier-Bessel transformations, and the power-type nonlinear conjugation problem.

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Introduction It is a known and documented fact that a given linear or non linear differential equation does not have a complete solution that can be expressed in terms of a finite number of elementary functions.

Abstract In this paper we study the Caratheodory [3] approximation for the solution of a stochastic differential equation where the coefficients are not necessarily continuous and involving the local time of the unknown process.

Four hundred years ago, Gauss taught calculus and differential equations at the University of Gottingen in Germany.

In this solution, Poisson's equation in the curvilinear coordinate domain is transformed into a more general two-variable second-order linear partial differential equation in a square domain.