Periodic solutions of non-densely defined delay evolution equations
We study the finite delay evolution equation where the linear operator is non-densely defined and satisfies the Hille-Yosida condition. First, we obtain some properties of integral solutions for this case and prove the compactness of an operator determined by integral solutions. This allows us to apply Horn's fixed point theorem to prove the existence of periodic integral solutions when integral solutions are bounded and ultimately bounded. This extends the study of periodic solutions for densely defined operators to the non-densely defined operators. An example is given.
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