Exponential stability for differential equations with random impulses at random times
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Agarwal, Ravi; Hristova, Snezhana; O’Regan, Donal (2013). Exponential stability for differential equations with random impulses at random times. Advances in Difference Equations ,
Impulsive differential equations with impulses occurring at random times arise in the modeling of real world phenomena in which the state of the investigated process changes instantaneously at uncertain moments. The investigation of these differential equations uses ideas in the qualitative theory of differential equations and probability theory. In this paper differential equations with randomly occurring impulses are considered and the p-moment exponential stability of the solutions is studied.