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Almost Periodic Solutions of Impulsive Differential Equations

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  • © 2012


  • Dedicated to a systematic development of almost periodic theory for impulsive differential equations
  • Fills a void by presenting existing literature on the relations between the almost periodicity and stability of the solutions
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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics (LNM, volume 2047)

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In the present book a systematic exposition of the results related to almost periodic solutions of impulsive differential equations is given and the potential for their application is illustrated.

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Table of contents (4 chapters)


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“The aim of this book is to study quantitatively and qualitatively impulsive differential equations in finite- and/or infinite-dimensional spaces. … This book is very important for researchers who work on differential equations with piecewise dynamics. The book is well written and each chapter is self-contained. It presents many results and gives satisfactory answers to many open problems posed in the field.” (Khalil Ezzinbi, Mathematical Reviews, January, 2013)

“The author presents a general description of impulsive differential equations, existence and uniqueness, piecewise continuous Lyapunov functions, almost periodic sequences and almost periodic functions. … This interesting monograph written by a known specialist in the field is addressed to a wide audience, not only mathematicians, but also engineers, biologists and physicists.” (Addelghani Ouahab, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1255, 2013)

Authors and Affiliations

  • Department of Mathematics, Technical University of Sofia, Sliven, Bulgaria

    Gani T. Stamov

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