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Infinitely Many Solutions for Perturbed Hemivariational Inequalities
Boundary Value Problems volume 2010, Article number: 363518 (2010)
We deal with a perturbed eigenvalue Dirichlet-type problem for an elliptic hemivariational inequality involving the -Laplacian. We show that an appropriate oscillating behaviour of the nonlinear part, even under small perturbations, ensures the existence of infinitely many solutions. The main tool in order to obtain our abstract results is a recent critical-point theorem for nonsmooth functionals.
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D'Aguì, G., Molica Bisci, G. Infinitely Many Solutions for Perturbed Hemivariational Inequalities. Bound Value Probl 2010, 363518 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1155/2010/363518
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