### A survey on semilinear differential equations and inclusions involving Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative.

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The existence results for an abstract Cauchy problem involving a higher order differential inclusion with infinite delay in a Banach space are obtained. We use the concept of the existence family to express the mild solutions and impose the suitable conditions on the nonlinearity via the measure of noncompactness in order to apply the theory of condensing multimaps for the demonstration of our results. An application to some classes of partial differential equations is given.

In this paperwe study a non-autonomous lattice dynamical system with delay. Under rather general growth and dissipative conditions on the nonlinear term,we define a non-autonomous dynamical system and prove the existence of a pullback attractor for such system as well. Both multivalued and single-valued cases are considered.

We study a controllability problem for a system governed by a semilinear functional differential inclusion in a Banach space in the presence of impulse effects and delay. Assuming a regularity of the multivalued non-linearity in terms of the Hausdorff measure of noncompactness we do not require the compactness of the evolution operator generated by the linear part of inclusion. We find existence results for mild solutions of this problem under various growth conditions on the nonlinear part and...

We investigate in the present paper, the existence and uniqueness of solutions for functional differential inclusions involving a subdifferential operator in the infinite dimensional setting. The perturbation which contains the delay is single-valued, separately measurable, and separately Lipschitz. We prove, without any compactness condition, that the problem has one and only one solution.

We study the existence of mild solutions for a class of impulsive fractional partial neutral integro-differential inclusions with state-dependent delay. We assume that the undelayed part generates an α-resolvent operator and transform it into an integral equation. Sufficient conditions for the existence of solutions are derived by means of the fixed point theorem for discontinuous multi-valued operators due to Dhage and properties of the α-resolvent operator. An example is given to illustrate the...

In this paper, some fixed point principle is applied to prove the existence of solutions for delay second order differential inclusions with three-point boundary conditions in the context of a separable Banach space. A topological property of the solutions set is also established.

In this paper, we introduce a new concept of mild solution of some class of semilinear fractional differential inclusions of order 0 < α < 1. Also we establish an existence result when the multivalued function has convex values. The result is obtained upon the nonlinear alternative of Leray-Schauder type.

In this paper we establish sufficient conditions for the existence of mild solutions and extremal mild solutions for some densely defined impulsive semilinear neutral functional differential inclusions in separable Banach spaces. We rely on a fixed point theorem for the sum of completely continuous and contraction operators.

We define a non-smooth guiding function for a functional differential inclusion and apply it to the study the asymptotic behavior of its solutions.

We prove a theorem on the existence of solutions of a first order functional differential inclusion governed by a class of nonconvex sweeping process with a noncompact perturbation.

We consider a neutral type operator differential inclusion and apply the topological degree theory for condensing multivalued maps to justify the question of existence of its periodic solution. By using the averaging method, we apply the abstract result to an inclusion with a small parameter. As example, we consider a delay control system with the distributed control.