On some boundary value problems for linear generalized differential systems with singularities
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For a linear Kurzweil generalized differential system with singularities, we consider two-point boundary value problems of two forms. The singularity is understood in the sense that the matrix and vector functions defining the system may have infinite total variation.
In each of these problems, we obtain sharp conditions for unique solvability. We also consider a linear boundary value problem for similar differential systems with small parameters.
KeywordsTrivial Solution Differential System Linear Boundary Unique Solvability Small Positive Number
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