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Differential Equation and periodicity

Let $f\in C^0(\Bbb{R},\Bbb{R})$. Show that the equation $y''+2y'+2y=f \tag{E}$ has at most one periodic solution. I can solve the equation $y''+2y'+2y=0$ but I am not sure it's useful here. ...
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Oscillations about equilibrium for coupled differentail equations

I have the following system of equations: $$\begin{align} \frac{dX}{dt} &= 2Y-2\\ \frac{dY}{dt} &= 9X-X^3 \end{align}$$ I would like to study the property of solutions to this function about ...
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About the maximal interval of existence

Let $f:\mathbb R\times \mathbb R^n\longrightarrow\mathbb R^n$ be a continuous function such that there exists some $T\in\mathbb R$ with the following property: $$f(T+t,x)= f(t,x)\;\;\forall ...
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$x'=Ax$ has one periodic solution. Prove that all solutions are periodic.

I want to prove the following: 1) Suppose $$A_{2,2}=\begin{pmatrix} a_{1,1} & a_{1,2} \\ a_{2,1} & a_{2,2} \end{pmatrix}$$ real and suppose the system of differential equations ...
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Periodic solutions to Riccati equations

Suppose $\alpha, L>0.$ Under what conditions (between $\alpha, L$) the Riccati equation $d\Phi/dz=2i[\Phi(z)^2+\alpha Cos(2\pi z/L)\Phi(z)+1]$ can have a periodic solution with period $L$ (under ...
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Periodic Solution of Riccati Equation

I want to know for which condition on "$a$" and "$k$", i.e. for which function of $a(k)$, the following Riccati equation, with the initial condition $u(0)=ia$ ($i^2=-1$), have periodic solution with ...
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Sturm Liouville with periodic boundary conditions

Background and motivation: I'm given the boundary value problem: $$y''(x)+2y(x)=-f(x)$$ subject $y(0)=y(2\pi)$ and $y \, '(0)=y \, '(2\pi)$. EDIT: These were not given to be zero !! Maybe this ...
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Differential Equation has a unique solution periodic

Let $A(t)$ continuous and periodic of period $S$ in $\mathbb{R}$. Suppose $x' = Ax$ has $\varphi \equiv 0$ as the only periodic solution of period $S$. Show that there exists $\delta> 0$ such that ...
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I have a differential equation which solution is periodic. What can I tell about right-hand side of such equation?

I have equation of form $$ \frac{dx}{dt} = f(x), $$ and know and for some initial value $x_0$ its solution is periodic with unknown period. What can I tell about $f(x)$ apart from non-linearity (or ...
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Linear Differential Equation with Quasiperiodic Coefficient: A Question

I am reading the book Synergetics. The following passage is from the book: Assume that in the differential equation $\dot{q}= a(t)q$, where $a(t)$ is quasiperiodic, i. e., we assume that $a(t)$ ...
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Definite Integral of Periodic Function Multiplied by another Function

For one part of a problem I am working on, I am trying to show that $y'(t) \geq 1$ for all $t \geq 0$ when $y'= 1- \int^t_0 g(s)y(s) ds$ When $g(t)$ is periodic, $g(t) <0$ for all $t$, and ...
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Stability of a Specific Hill's Equation

Consider the Hill's Equation $u''+a(t)u=0$ where $a(t)=a(t+T)$ for all $t$. Show that if $a(t)<0$ for all $t$, then the solution satisfying the inital condition $u(0)=u'(0)=1$ is unbounded as $t ...
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Periodic Solution of Ode

Consider the homogeneous equation $ y'+a(x) y=0$, a is with period $\xi$ and continuous on $-\infty<x<\infty$. (a) Show that there exist a constant c such that $y(x+\xi)=cy(x)$ for all x and ...
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Floquet Theory - Reducing ODE's to Constant Coefficient ODE's?

Am I right in my reading of the bottom of this page by Arnold, where he apparently says that to any system of first order ode's with periodic coefficients one can find a change of variables reducing ...
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Solutions for ODE with periodic B.C.

I have the following ODE $$-u(x)''=f(x) \qquad u:[0,1)$$ It is smooth and 1-periodic. Assume that I have a solution u(x). How do I prove that: $$u(x)= u(x)+c \quad c \in \mathbb{R} $$ is also a ...
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Solving a Forced Oscillations Differential Equation Problem

A building consists of two floors. The fi rst floor is attached rigidly to the ground, and the second floor is of mass m = 1000 slugs (fps units) and weighs 16 tons (32,000 lb). The elastic frame of ...
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Prove the orbits of ODE system to be periodic?

For the parallel flow $\dot{\theta_1}=w_1$, $\dot{\theta_2}=w_2$ on the 2-torus, where $w_1$ and $w_2$ are positive and where the coordinates $\theta_1$ and $\theta_2$ are taken modulo 1. Also, ...
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Are there functions that have $\Re(f(z))$ periodic but $f(z)$ is not periodic?

Let $f(z)$ be a function meromorphic in a simply connected convex domain $D$ (subset of the complex plane with positive area or the whole complex plane) where $z$ is a complex number. Are there such ...
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Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle

The simplest example of this is $e^x$ which we could say has period 1 (it is its own derivative). $e^{-x}$ would have period 2. Using similar constructions, I can get a function that has a derivative ...
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Periodic solution of differential equation

let be the ODE $ -y''(x)+f(x)y(x)=0 $ if the function $ f(x+T)=f(x) $ is PERIODIC does it mean that the ODE has only periodic solutions ? if all the solutions are periodic , then can all be ...
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How to construct and oscillation with exponentially growing period times?

I'm searching for the (maybe even smooth) "oscillating" function $$f(t)=A\sin{\left(g(t)\right)},$$ such that there are zeroes at times $t_n=T^n$ for some fixed number $T$. So this will not really ...