In this article, we show that a technique for showing well-posedness results for evolutionary equations in the sense of Picard and McGhee [Picard, McGhee, Partial Differential Equations: A unified Hilbert Space Approach, DeGruyter, Berlin, 2011] established in [Picard, Trostorff, Wehowski, Waurick, On non-autonomous evolutionary problems. J. Evol. Equ. 13:751-776, 2013] applies to a broader class of non-autonomous integro-differential-algebraic equations. Using the concept of evolutionary mappings, we prove that the respective solution operators do not depend on certain parameters describing the underlying spaces in which the well-posedness results are established.
- evolutionary equations
- evolutionary mappings
- integro-differential-algebraic equations