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boundary value problem; existence of solutions; ordinary differential equations in Hilbert space; lower and upper solution
In this paper we deal with the boundary value problem in the Hilbert space. Existence of a solutions is proved by using the method of lower and upper solutions. It is not necessary to suppose that the homogeneous problem has only the trivial solution. We use some results from functional analysis, especially the fixed-point theorem in the Banach space with a cone (Theorem 4.1, [5]).
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