Continuous Dependence on Translations of the Independent Variable for Solutions of Boundary-Value Problems for Differential-Difference Equations
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We consider boundary-value problems for differential-difference operators with perturbations in translations of the independent variable. We prove that the family of differential-difference operators is positive definite uniformly with respect to translations of the independent variable. Solutions of such problems depend continuously on these translations. We consider the coercivity problem for differential-difference operators with incommensurable translations of the independent variable and study the approximation of such operators by rational operators.
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