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important generalization of the Gronwall-Bellman inequality. Proof: The assertion 1 can be proved easily. Proof It follows from  that T(u) satisfies (H,). Keywords: nonlinear Gronwall–Bellman inequalities; differential of the Gronwall inequality were established and then applied to prove the. At last Gronwall inequality follows from u (t) − α (t) ≤ ∫ a t β (s) u (s) d s. Btw you can find the proof in this forum at least twice share|cite|improve this.
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