Difference Methods for Monotone Differential Inclusions
Differential equations, which are discontinuous with respect to the state variables, and differential inclusions model a whole variety of applications, e.g. mechanical systems with dry and viscous damping, electrical networks with switches, oscillations in visco-elasticity, optimization problems with nonsmooth data, dynamical systems with non differentiable potential, optimal control problems.
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