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On higher order nonlinear impulsive boundary value problems

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  • This work studies some two point impulsive boundary value problems composed by a fully differential equation, which higher order contains an increasing homeomorphism, by two point boundary conditions and impulsive effects. We point out that the impulsive conditions are given via multivariate generalized functions, including impulses on the referred homeomorphism. The method used apply lower and upper solutions technique together with fixed point theory. Therefore we have not only the existence of solutions but also the localization and qualitative data on their behavior. Moreover a Nagumo condition will play a key role in the arguments.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34B37; Secondary: 34B15.


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