Stability Analysis of the First Order Non-linear Impulsive Time Varying Delay Dynamic System on Time Scales
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In this paper, we study Hyers–Ulam stability and Hyers–Ulam–Rassias stability of first order non-linear impulsive time varying delay dynamic system on time scales, via a fixed point approach. We obtain some results of existence and uniqueness of solutions by using Picard operator. The main tools for our results are the Grönwall’s inequality on time scales, abstract Grönwall lemma and Banach contraction principle. In order to overcome difficulties arises in our considered model, we pose some conditions along with Lipchitz condition. At the end, an example is given that shows the validity of our main results.
KeywordsHyers–Ulam stability Time scale Impulses Delay dynamic system
Mathematics Subject Classification34N05 34G20 34A37 35B35
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