 integrodifference

used attributively to describe a particular recurrence relation on a function space
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Integrodifference equation — In mathematics, an integrodifference equation is a recurrence relation on a function space, of the following form:: n {t+1}(x) = int {Omega} k(x, y), f(n t(y)), dy,where {n t}, is a sequence in the function space and Omega, is the domain of those … Wikipedia
Recurrence relation — Difference equation redirects here. It is not to be confused with differential equation. In mathematics, a recurrence relation is an equation that recursively defines a sequence, once one or more initial terms are given: each further term of the… … Wikipedia
Theoretical ecology — Mathematical models developed in theoretical ecology predict complex food webs are less stable than simple webs.[1]:75–77[2]:64 … Wikipedia
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Integrodifferential equation — An integro differential equation is an equation which has both integrals and derivatives of an unknown function. The equation is of the form:frac{dx(t)}{dt} = f(t,x(t))+ int {t 0}^t K(t,s,x(s)),dswhere:x(t 0) = x 0, t 0 ge 0For example::… … Wikipedia