Alvina M. Johnson

Born:

place:

B.S. Mathematics,
Dillard University, New Orleans, LA 1993

M.A. Mathematics, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA,
1995

Ph.D. Mathematics,
Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 1999

thesis: *Uniqueness Implies Existence for Discrete Fourth-Order
Lidstone Boundary Value Problems*; Advisor: Johnny Henderson

: Assistant Professor of Mathematics Fort Valley State University

URL: **http://www.mcs.fvsu.edu/faculty/johnson/www/johnson.html**

email: johnso25@mail.fvsu.edu

Fields of Interest

Difference Equations ; Uniqueness Implies Existence Results ; Boundary Value Problems

**RESEARCH**

Henderson, Johnny; **Johnson, Alvina M.** __Uniqueness
implies existence for discrete fourth order Lidstone boundary-value
problems__. *Proceedings of the Fourth Mississippi State Conference
on Difference Equations and Computational Simulations (1999),
*63--73 (electronic), Electron. J. Differ. Equ. Conf., 3,

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