SOME ANALOGUES OF A THEOREM OF PEANO FOR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM
Keywords:theorem of Peano, boundary value problems
Under certain conditions, solutions of boundary value problems for $y'''=f (x,y, y', y'')$ are differentiated with respect to boundary conditions, both boundary points and boundary values. The results obtained are analogues of one of Peano's theorems on initial value problems.
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