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Existence, multiplicity, perturbation, and concentration results for a class of quasi-linear elliptic problems

Existence, multiplicity, perturbation, and concentration results for a class of quasi-linear elliptic problems
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Publisher: Electronic Journal of Differential Equations
Number of pages: 213

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The aim of this monograph is to present a comprehensive survey of results about existence, multiplicity, perturbation from symmetry and concentration phenomena for a class of quasi-linear elliptic equations coming from functionals of the calculus of variations which turn out to be merely continuous. Some tools of non-smooth critical point theory will be employed.

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