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Existence results for semilinear differential inclusions

  • Zhenbin Fan (a1) and Gang Li (a2)

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In this paper we study the existence of mild solutions for Cauchy problem

We derive conditions under which the mild solutions exist, and also get the relative compactness of the solution set, which extend and improve some existing results in this area.

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Existence results for semilinear differential inclusions

  • Zhenbin Fan (a1) and Gang Li (a2)

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