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ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY FIXED POINT THEOREMS

@inproceedings{BurtonASYMPTOTICBO,
  title={ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY FIXED POINT THEOREMS},
  author={Theodore A. Burton and Tetsuo Furumochi}
}
In a series of papers we have studied stability properties of functional differential equations by means of fixed point theory. We enlarge that study now by also considering delay equations which may be unstable when the delay is zero. We continue to focus on challenging examples to illustrate the work, as opposed to attempting to state general theorems. Here, we deal with three different examples. In Part I we obtain asymptotic stability using Schauder’s and Banach’s fixed point theorems; it… 
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