Frequency Tests for the Existence and Stability of Bounded Solutions to Differential Equations of Higher Order
To study a vector-matrix differential equation of order n, the method of integral equations is used. When the Lipschitz condition holds, an existence and uniqueness theorem for a bounded solution and its estimates are obtained. This solution is almost periodic if the nonlinearity is almost periodic, and it is asymptotically Lyapunov stable if the matrix characteristic polynomial is a Hurwitz polynomial. Under a Lipschitztype condition, a theorem on the existence of at least one bounded solution is proved; among the bounded solutions, there is at least one recurrent solution if the nonlinearity is almost periodic. The equation is S-dissipative if the matrix characteristic polynomial is a Hurwitz polynomial.
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