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On the Explicit Integration of Special Types of Differential Inequalities

  • Yu. A. Il’inEmail author
Mathematics

Abstract

A general method was proposed in our previous paper for explicitly finding all solutions of the differential inequality, which is based on the general solution of the corresponding differential equation or, in other words, on the variation of arbitrary constants. Criteria of extendibility and characteristics of the maximally extended (full) solution of the inequality were proven. In this paper, we applied these results to specific types of inequalities most frequently encountered in applications and literature. We also compared them to other known methods in the literature.

Keywords

differential inequality linear differential inequality integrable differential inequality comparison theorems general solution variation method solution continuity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Petersburg State UniversitySt. PetersburgRussia

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