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Theoretical Computer Science > 2015 > 583 > Complete > 1-26

^{n}to itself. We define the subnetworks of f as the restrictions of f to the subcubes of {0,1}

^{n}, and we characterize a class F of Boolean networks satisfying the following property: Every subnetwork of f has a unique fixed point if and only if f has no subnetwork in F. This characterization generalizes...

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 47 > 13 > 10975 - 10984

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 47 > 13 > 10928 - 10939

*α*≤ 3 is studied. The BVP is transformed into an integral equation and discussed by means of a fixed point problem for an integral operator. Conditions for the existence and uniqueness of a fixed point for the integral operator are derived via

*b*‐comparison...

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Archives of Control Sciences > 2024 > Vol. 34, No. 1 > 117--148

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Opuscula Mathematica > 2024 > Vol. 44, no. 1 > 105--134

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