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IMPULSIVE PERIODIC SOLUTIONS FOR SINGULAR PROBLEMS VIA VARIATIONAL METHODS

  • JUNTAO SUN (a1) and DONAL O’REGAN (a2)
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In this paper we study impulsive periodic solutions for second-order nonautonomous singular differential equations. Our proof is based on the mountain pass theorem. Some recent results in the literature are extended.

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