Positive periodic solutions for neutral functional differential systems.
Keywords:
Krasnoselskii, Neutral Functional differential System, Positive periodic solutionsAbstract
We study the existence of positive periodic solutions of a system of neutral differential equations. In the process we construct two map pings in which one is a contraction and the other compact. A Krasnoselskii's fixed point theorem is then used in the analysis.
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