Several Integral Inequalities
In this chapter, several new integral inequalities are presented, which are effective in dealing with the integrodifferential inequalities whose variable exponents are greater than 1. Compared with existed integral inequalities, those proposed here can be applied to more complicated differential equations.
This work is Supported by National Key Research and Development Program of China (2017YFF0207400).
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