Some contributions of Kurzweil integration to functional differential equations
von 14:15 bis 15:15
|Wo||Hörsaal (1. Stock, Raum 111) im Mathematischen Insitut, Arndtstraße 2|
In 1957, Jaroslav Kurzweil introduced in the literature a class of integral
equations called generalized ordinary dierential equations (GODEs, for short)
(see ). These equations have been shown to be a powerful tool to investigate
measure functional dierential equations, measure neutral functional dierential
equations, among other types of equations (see [1, 2, 3] and the references
therein), obtaining more general results for these equations.
In this talk, we provide a basic overview of the Kurzweil integration and
its contribution to the theory of functional dierential equations as well as we
present some open problems in the area.