### A class of singularly perturbed evolution systems.

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We establish some sufficient conditions in order that a given locally closed subset of a separable Banach space be a viable domain for a semilinear functional differential inclusion, using a tangency condition involving a semigroup generated by a linear operator.

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.

By using the theory of strongly continuous cosine families of linear operators in Banach space the existence of solutions of a semilinear second order differential initial value problem (1) as well as the existence of solutions of the linear inhomogeneous problem corresponding to (1) are proved. The main result of the paper is contained in Theorem 5.

We use the topological degree theory for condensing multimaps to present an existence result for impulsive semilinear functional differential inclusions in Banach spaces. Moreover, under some additional assumptions we prove the compactness of the solution set.

MSC 2010: 34A37, 34B15, 26A33, 34C25, 34K37In this paper we prove the existence of solutions for fractional impulsive differential equations with antiperiodic boundary condition in Banach spaces. The results are obtained by using fractional calculus' techniques and the fixed point theorems.