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Nonlinear boundary value problems for differential inclusions y'' ∈ F(t,y,y')

L. H. Erbe, W. Krawcewicz (1991)

Annales Polonici Mathematici

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Applying the topological transversality method of Granas and the a priori bounds technique we prove some existence results for systems of differential inclusions of the form y'' ∈ F(t,y,y'), where F is a Carathéodory multifunction and y satisfies some nonlinear boundary conditions.

On the existence of periodic solutions for nonconvex differential inclusions

Dimitrios Kravvaritis, Nikolaos S. Papageorgiou (1996)

Archivum Mathematicum

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Using a Nagumo type tangential condition and a recent theorem on the existence of directionally continuous selector for a lower semicontinuous multifunctions, we establish the existence of periodic trajectories for nonconvex differential inclusions.

On four-point boundary value problems for differential inclusions and differential equations with and without multivalued moving constraints

Adel Mahmoud Gomaa (2012)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

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We deal with the problems of four boundary points conditions for both differential inclusions and differential equations with and without moving constraints. Using a very recent result we prove existence of generalized solutions for some differential inclusions and some differential equations with moving constraints. The results obtained improve the recent results obtained by Papageorgiou and Ibrahim-Gomaa. Also by means of a rather different approach based on an existence theorem due...

On a certain converse statement of the Filippov-Ważewski relaxation theorem

Aurelian Cernea (2001)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

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A certain converse statement of the Filippov-Wažewski theorem is proved. This result extends to the case of time dependent differential inclusions a previous result of Jo’o and Tallos in [5] obtained for autonomous differential inclusions.