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Using the fibrering method, we prove the existence of multiple positive solutions of quasilinear problems of second order. The main part of our differential operator is p-Laplacian and we consider solutions both in the bounded domain Ω⊂ℝN and in the whole of ℝN. We also prove nonexistence results.
We study the problem of the homogenization of Dirichlet eigenvalue problems for the p-Laplace operator in a sequence of perforated domains with fine-grained boundary. Using the asymptotic expansion method, we derive the homogenized problem for the new equation with an additional term of capacity type. Moreover, we show that a sequence of eigenvalues for the problem in perforated domains converges to the corresponding critical levels of the homogenized problem.
We develop results for bifurcation from the principal eigenvalue for certain operators based on the $p$-Laplacian and containing a superlinear nonlinearity with a critical Sobolev exponent. The main result concerns an asymptotic estimate of the rate at which the solution branch departs from the eigenspace. The method can also be applied for nonpotential operators.
In this paper we deal with nonlinear second order boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations including the case of jumping nonlinearities. The set of generalised eigenvalues in the case of nonconstant coefficients is described. It is proved that these generalised eigenvalues are simultaneously bifurcation points of the problem with coefficients also depending on the solution u = u(x).
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