On a Certain First-Order Differential Equation with Delay
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We consider the Cauchy problem for a first-order quasilinear differential equation with delayed argument of neutral type, and obtain sufficient conditions of existence and uniqueness of its solutions. Proofs of the solvability of nonlinear problems, estimates of solutions, and constructions of approximate methods are based on Chaplygin-type theorems on differential inequalities.
Keywords and phrasesdifferential equation delay monotonic operator problem Cauchy solvability
AMS Subject Classification34K10 34K40
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