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Periodic solutions of some differential delay equations created by Hamiltonian systems

  • Jibin Li (a1), Zhengrong Liu (a2) and Xuezhong He (a3)
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This paper is concerned with finding periodic solutions of differential delay systems

and

where ri (i = 1, 2,…, n − 1) are positive constants. By using the theory of Hamiltonian systems, we obtain some sufficient conditions under which these systems have many periodic solutions with known periods.

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