By Saber N. Elaydi, Jerry Popenda, Jerry Rakowski

This number of conscientiously refereed and edited papers have been initially awarded on the Fourth foreign convention on distinction Equations held in Poznan, Poland. Contributions have been from a various workforce of researchers from a number of nations and featured discussions at the conception of distinction equations, open difficulties and conjectures, in addition to comparable purposes. even if new to the realm of study, or a veteran, this quantity might be a important source at the contemporary advances within the box of distinction equations.

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Moreover, from (9) and (7) it is 16 S . ALBEVERIO ET AL. seen that the corresponding eigenfunction Lx 1/;0 ( X ) =1, can be represented as 1/;0 normalized by the condition (10) Let us note that in the "limiting" case f3=/3c, the equations (6) and (8) are solved by >'0 =0 provided d�3, so that the function 1/;0 is well defined by (7) , (10). However, it turns out that 1/;0 does not belong to Z2(Zd ) for d = 3 and d = 4, because the function 1/( -¢) is not square integrable (see (7)) . Hence, for f3 = f3c the operator H has the eigenvalue >'0 = 0 ( "sticking" to the upper edge of the essential spectrum) only in higher dimensions, d � 5.

Y n = a n , n e N , where { a n } := I (E2) i s some given sequence of elements of To obtain the c lose form of the solution of operators : (E2) (X ,EEl, e) . J.. J.. J.. J.. a j = e . j=l Similarly we define increasing product J for k> 1. 28 for A . ANDRUCH-SOBILO AND J. POPENDA k > 1. Now, we are able to give analytical c l ose form of sol utions of the equation Theorem 2. n l Yn = n ,!.. aj J $ c (J = l Every solution of(E2) can be presented in the form where c is any element of , nEN, (k-l n = k , that is J Y k = n ,!..

ANDRUCH-SOBILO AND J. POPENDA k > 1. Now, we are able to give analytical c l ose form of sol utions of the equation Theorem 2. n l Yn = n ,!.. aj J $ c (J = l Every solution of(E2) can be presented in the form where c is any element of , nEN, (k-l n = k , that is J Y k = n ,!.. aj $ c . J= l (E2) for n =k (I I) (X ,$, e) . Proof. Suppose that formula ( I I ) valid for From (E2). ( 1 2) we obtain Yk + I $ Yk - I = a k · Hence ( 1 3) Using ( 1 2) in ( 1 3) we obtain 29 DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS IN GROUPS from there, applying property ( I ) and definition of the decreas ing product, we get that is formu l a ( I I ) holds for n YI = c = k + 1 .