Riccati Equation: existence/uniqueness relation
What does the existence/uniqueness theorem say about solutions to initial value problems for Riccati equations of the form
This is what I came up with, but I'm not sure.
A Riccati Equation of a particular form has a unique solution satisfies the following conditions:
It is to exist for large values of the independent variable
Its graph must stay above a certain line for large values of the variable