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Mutational inclusions: Differential inclusions in metric spaces
1.  Institute of Mathematics, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, 60054 Frankfurt (Main), Germany 
In the nineties, Aubin suggested how to formulate ordinary differential equations and their main existence theorems in metric spaces: mutational equations (which are quite similar to the quasidifferential equations of Panasyuk). Now the wellknown AntosiewiczCellina Theorem is extended to socalled mutational inclusions. It provides new results about nonlocal set evolutions in R^{ N }.
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