### A class of impulsive pulse-width sampler systems and its steady-state control in infinite dimensional spaces.

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We investigate a Lotka-Volterra predator-prey model with state dependent impulsive effects, in which the control strategies by releasing natural enemies and spraying pesticide at different thresholds are considered. We present some sufficient conditions to guarantee the existence and asymptotical stability of semi-trivial periodic solutions and positive periodic solutions.

In this paper, a nonlinear alternative for multivalued maps is used to investigate the existence of solutions of first order impulsive initial value problem for differential inclusions in Banach spaces.

The present paper investigates the existence of integral manifolds for impulsive differential equations with variable perturbations. By means of piecewise continuous functions which are generalizations of the classical Lyapunov’s functions, sufficient conditions for the existence of integral manifolds of such equations are found.

By means of Schauder's fixed point theorem sufficient conditions for asymptotic equivalence of impulsive equations in a Banach space are found.

MSC 2010: 34A08, 34A37, 49N70Here we investigate a problem of approaching terminal (target) set by a system of impulse differential equations of fractional order in the sense of Caputo. The system is under control of two players pursuing opposite goals. The first player tries to bring the trajectory of the system to the terminal set in the shortest time, whereas the second player tries to maximally put off the instant when the trajectory hits the set, or even avoid this meeting at all. We derive...