Basic results in the theory of hybrid differential equations with linear perturbations os second type
AbstractIn this paper, some basic results concerning the strict and nonstrict differential inequalities and existence of the maximal and minimal solutions are proved for a hybrid differential equation with linear perturbations of second type.
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