By Mikhail Kamenskii

The speculation of set-valued maps and of differential inclusion is built in recent times either as a box of its personal and as an method of regulate idea. The publication offers with the idea of semi-linear differential inclusions in endless dimensional areas. during this environment, difficulties of curiosity to functions don't think neither convexity of the map or compactness of the multi-operators. This assumption implies the improvement of the idea of degree of noncompactness and the development of a level conception for condensing mapping. Of specific curiosity is the method of the case while the linear half is a generator of a condensing, strongly non-stop semigroup. during this context, the life of strategies for the Cauchy and periodic difficulties are proved in addition to the topological homes of the answer units. Examples of purposes to the regulate of transmission line and to hybrid structures are offered.

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