Strict Practical Stability of Impulsive Differential System in Terms of Two Measures
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In this paper, an impulsive differential system is investigated to obtain sufficient conditions for strict practical stability. The investigations are carried out by perturbing Lyapunov function and by using the comparison principle. The stability properties are investigated in terms of two measures. Our results demonstrate that impulses do contribute to the system’s stability behaviour. An example is given to compliment on results.
KeywordsImpulsive differential system Strict practical stability Perturbed Lyapunov functions Two measures
AMS Subject Classification:34D20
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