# On the oscillation of solutions of stochastic difference equations

@inproceedings{Appleby2007OnTO, title={On the oscillation of solutions of stochastic difference equations}, author={John A. D. Appleby and Alexandra Rodkina and Henri Schurz}, year={2007} }

Resumen en: This paper considers the pathwise oscillatory behaviour of the scalar nonlinear stochastic difference equation X(n + 1) = X(n) - F(X(n)) + G(n,X(n))E(n +...

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