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Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, AIMS Proceedings 2015 Proceedings of the 10th AIMS International Conference (Madrid, Spain)
The theory of impulsive problem is experiencing a rapid development in the last few years. Mainly because they have been used to describe some phenomena, arising from different disciplines like physics or biology, subject to instantaneous change at some time instants called moments. Second order periodic impulsive problems were studied to some extent, however very few papers were dedicated to the study of third and higher order impulsive problems. The high order impulsive problem considered is composed by the fully nonlinear equationdoi:10.3934/proc.2015.0446 fatcat:2uk55ygfizhelfr25mgcwkytqq