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Stability criteria for impulsive differential equations in terms of two measures. (English) Zbl 0688.34031
Stability theory of impulsive differential systems with fixed moments of impulse effects is discussed. The stability concepts are treated in terms of two measures, that gives rise to unifying a variety of stability results found in the literature. The theorems are proved by the theory of impulsive differential inequalities and the direct method.
Reviewer: L.Hatvani

34D20 Stability of solutions to ordinary differential equations
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