Invariant manifolds of one class of systems of impulsive differential equations
We consider general problems related to the existence of invariant toroidal sets for linear and weakly nonlinear systems of impulsive differential equations defined in the direct product of an m-dimensional torus and an n-dimensional Euclidean space. We investigate classes of problems for which the conditions for the existence of invariant toroidal manifolds are satisfied.
KeywordsInvariant Manifold Invariant Torus Pulse Action Impulsive Differential Equation Impulsive System
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