By Martin Bohner, Yiming Ding, Ondřej Došlý

These complaints of the twentieth foreign convention on distinction Equations and functions hide the components of distinction equations, discrete dynamical platforms, fractal geometry, distinction equations and biomedical versions, and discrete types within the typical sciences, social sciences and engineering.

The convention used to be held on the Wuhan Institute of Physics and arithmetic, chinese language Academy of Sciences (Hubei, China), less than the auspices of the overseas Society of distinction Equations (ISDE) in July 2014. Its function was once to compile popular researchers operating actively within the respective fields, to debate the newest advancements, and to advertise foreign cooperation at the concept and purposes of distinction equations.

This publication will attract researchers and scientists operating within the fields of distinction equations, discrete dynamical platforms and their applications.

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16 Let Ω ∈ Ab for some b ∈ Z. Let Λ ⊂ K d be a discrete set of separation δ. (a) Suppose that Λ is a set of sampling of L 2 (Ω). Then there is a constant c1 > 0 depending only on δ and d such that for all a ∈ Z with a + b ≥ 0 we have min n(B(x, q a ) ∩ Λ) ≥ m(Ω)m(B(0, q a ) − c1 q −a m(B(0, q a ). x∈K d (b) Suppose that Λ is a set of interpolation of L 2 (Ω). Then there is a constant c2 > 0 depending only on δ and d such that for all a ∈ Z with a + b ≥ 0 we have max n(B(x, q a ) ∩ Λ) ≤ m(Ω)m(B(0, q a ) + c2 q −a m(B(0, q a ).

S. V. I. Zelenov, p-adic Analysis and Mathematical Physics (World Scientific, Singapore, 1994) Chapter 3 Pullback and Forward Attractors of Nonautonomous Difference Equations Peter Kloeden and Thomas Lorenz Abstract In 1998 at the ICDEA Poznan the first author talked about pullback attractors of nonautonomous difference equations. That talk was published as [7] in the Journal of Difference Equations & Applications in 2000. Since then the theory of nonautonomous dynamical systems has been the topic of many papers and there are some new developments, in particular concerning the construction of forward nonautonomous attractors, that will be discussed here.

The global dynamical behavior can be summarised as follows: • If λ ≤ 1, then x ∗ = 0 is the only constant solution and is globally asymptotically stable. 7). • If λ > 1, then there exist two additional nontrivial constant solutions given by x± := ±(λ − 1). The zero solution x ∗ = 0 is now an unstable steady state solution and the symmetric interval A = [x− , x+ ] is the global attractor (Fig. 4). These constant solutions are the fixed points of the mapping f (x) = λx . 7) at n = 0. Fig. 5 (right) 44 P.