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**Strong solutions of a semilinear impulsive pseudoparabolic equation with an infinitesimal initial layer.** / Antontsev, Stanislav; Kuznetsov, Ivan; Sazhenkov, Sergey и др.

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Antontsev, S, Kuznetsov, I, Sazhenkov, S & Shmarev, S 2024, 'Strong solutions of a semilinear impulsive pseudoparabolic equation with an infinitesimal initial layer', *Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications*, Том. 530, № 1, 127751. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmaa.2023.127751

Antontsev, S., Kuznetsov, I., Sazhenkov, S., & Shmarev, S. (2024). Strong solutions of a semilinear impulsive pseudoparabolic equation with an infinitesimal initial layer. *Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications*, *530*(1), [127751]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmaa.2023.127751

Antontsev S, Kuznetsov I, Sazhenkov S, Shmarev S. Strong solutions of a semilinear impulsive pseudoparabolic equation with an infinitesimal initial layer. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications. 2024 февр. 1;530(1):127751. doi: 10.1016/j.jmaa.2023.127751

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