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Oscillation of first-order delay differential equations

  • Aimin Zhao (a1), Xianhua Tang (a2) and Jurang Yan (a1)

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This paper is concerned with the oscillation of first-order delay differential equations

where p(t) and τ(t) are piecewise continuous and nonnegative functions and τ(t) is non-decreasing. A new oscillation criterion is obtained.

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