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Said Melliani, Abdelati El Allaoui, Lalla Saadia Chadli, "Boundary Value Problem of Nonlinear Hybrid Differential Equations with Linear and Nonlinear Perturbations", International Journal of Differential Equations, vol. 2020, Article ID 9850924, 7 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/9850924

# Boundary Value Problem of Nonlinear Hybrid Differential Equations with Linear and Nonlinear Perturbations

Academic Editor: Patricia J. Y. Wong
Revised25 Aug 2020
Accepted04 Sep 2020
Published22 Sep 2020

#### Abstract

The aim of this paper is to study a boundary value problem of the hybrid differential equation with linear and nonlinear perturbations. It generalizes the existing problem of second type. The existence result is constructed using the Leray–Schauder alternative, and the uniqueness is guaranteed by Banach’s fixed-point theorem. Towards the end of this paper, an example is provided to illustrate the obtained results.

#### 1. Introduction

The application of differential equations in different real domains has increased the importance of this theory which is still under development. Hybrid differential equations are a subfield of differential equations which also has enough importance. Recently, it has attracted the attention of several mathematicians . In , the authors studied the following hybrid differential equation with linear perturbation:where the existence of solutions to these problems has been ensured using Dhage’s theorem.

Motivated by the abovementioned problem, we consider the following boundary value problem for hybrid differential equation:where are given functions and such that .

The proposed problem can be considered as generalization of problem (1) which becomes a special case if we take , and also, the novelty is at the level of the relationship between the boundary values. Using Banach’s fixed-point theorem, we show the existence and the uniqueness of the solution of the proposed problem.

The fixed-point theorems used for hybrid differential equations with perturbation of first or second type are those based on the composition of the solution as sum or product of two operators such as the Dhage case. For our case, we have a mixed problem which brings together the two types, where we thought of using Leray–Schauder’s Fixed-Point Theorem as a second existence result for which we will have a single operator.

#### 2. Preliminaries

First, we recall some basic results used in this paper. We start by recalling Leray–Schauder alternative.

Lemma 1 (see ).
Let be a completely continuous operator and

Then, either the set is unbounded or has at least one fixed point.

Now, we recall the following lemmas on which we will base ourselves to build the solution of our problem.

Lemma 2 (see ). Suppose that is increasing in for each . Then, for any , the function is a solution of the hybrid differential equationif and only if satisfies the following hybrid integral equation:

#### 3. Existence Result

Before presenting the existence results, we pose the following hypotheses:(i)The map is increasing in for each .(ii)There exist positive constants and , such that(iii)There exists positive constants such thatfor each and .

Denote , the space of all continuous mapping defined on into endowed with the norm .

Lemma 3. Let , then is an integral solution of (2) if and only if it satisfies the following integral equation:for each .

Proof. Suppose that is a solution for (2), then we obtainThen,Hence,By using the second equation in (2), we obtainBy replacing in (9), we obtainThe other implication is trivial.
Now, we can give the definition of an integral solution of problem (2).

Definition 1. An integral solution of problem (2) is a function which satisfies the following:(1)The map is continuous for each , and(2) satisfies the following integral equation:for each .
To reduce the form of mathematical expressions, consider the following notations:where is a real number which will be defined later.
Now, we can provide our first existence result.

Theorem 1. Suppose that are satisfied. In addition, assume that the following condition is verified:

Then, the problem (2) has a unique solution.

Proof. First, we define the following closed ball:whereAlso, we define the following operator on byfor each .
The proof will be made in two steps:(i). Indeed, for and , we have(ii)Hence, according to (18), we obtain(iii)Then,(iv) is a contraction:For and , we havewhich shows is a contraction.
Thus, is a contraction. Then, the existence and uniqueness of the solution is guaranteed by Banach’s fixed-point theorem.
Now, we present the second existence result using Leray–Schauder alternative.

Theorem 2. Suppose that and are satisfied. In addition, assume that there exist such that

Also, . Then, problem (2) has at least one solution.

Proof. Let be a bounded subset.
Then, there exists such thatfor each and .
The proof will be given in several steps:(i) is uniformly bounded:For and , we haveThen, is uniformly bounded.(ii) is equicontinuous:For and , we haveHence, is equicontinuous.(iii) is bounded:We denote byLet and , we havewhich implies thatThen,Thus, all assumptions of Lemma 1 are satisfied. So, has at least one fixed point which is a solution for our problem.
Now, we give an example to illustrate the obtained results.

Example 1. Consider the following problem:This problem can be written as (2), whereWe can easily verify thatWe have ; then, from Theorem 2, this problem has a at least one solution.
Now, we know that a solution exists and we seek if it is unique. We can easily verify that by using the following:We take which satisfies condition (10). Then,According to Theorem 1, we can deduce that our problem has a unique solution.

#### 4. Conclusion

In this paper, we treated a hybrid differential equation with linear and nonlinear perturbations where we showed the existence and uniqueness of the solution using Banach’s fixed-point theorem, and also, we used the Leray–Schauder theorem as another way to guarantee the existence of the solution, which it was used for the first time, to our knowledge, for this type of problem. In the future research, we hope to generalize this problem either at the level of the order of the derivative or the initial condition by taking inspiration from [8, 9].

#### Data Availability

The data used to support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author upon request.

#### Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.

#### Authors’ Contributions

All authors contributed equally to the writing of this paper and read and approved the final manuscript.

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