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Evolution fractional differential problems with impulses and nonlocal conditions

  • * Corresponding author: Irene Benedetti

    * Corresponding author: Irene Benedetti 

Dedicated to Professor Patrizia Pucci on the occasion of her 65th birthday

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  • We obtain existence results for mild solutions of a fractional differential inclusion subjected to impulses and nonlocal initial conditions. By means of a technique based on the weak topology in connection with the Glicksberg-Ky Fan Fixed Point Theorem we are able to avoid any hypotheses of compactness on the semigroup and on the nonlinear term and at the same time we do not need to assume hypotheses of monotonicity or Lipschitz regularity neither on the nonlinear term, nor on the impulse functions, nor on the nonlocal condition. An application to a fractional diffusion process complete the discussion of the studied problem. 200 words.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34A08, 34A37, 34B10; Secondary: 34G25.


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