By Tilla Weinstein

ISBN-10: 311014333X

ISBN-13: 9783110143331

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51) in case that u is continuous with compact support. In the general case let ε > 0. We choose a continuous function v with compact support such that u − v p < ε/3, and then n0 large enough such that v Hn − v H p < ε 3 ∀n n0 . 51) follows. (2) Let the sequence {Hn } as in case (2) and let u there is some n0 ∈ N such that uHn = u ∀n 17 0. If u has bounded support then n0 . 52). We now state a convolution-type inequality (see [19] and [18]). 6. Let H be a halfspace, w : R+ → R+ 0 measurable and nonincreasing, G a Young function, and let u, v be measurable functions on RN .

8. 2. t. t, F (·, t), Ft (·, t) ∈ L∞ (RN ) ∀t ∈ R, and Ft (s, t) nonincreasing in s, and if K2 contains several integral constraints. 4 of the next section). (2) O. Lopes [90] studied problem (P1 ) under Neumann conditions. He also investigated a variational problem that is related to an elliptic system, E(v1 , . . , vm ) := Ω1 1 2 m |∇vi |2 − F |x|, v1 , . . , i=1 subject to vi ∈ W 1,2 (Ω1 ) (i = 1, . . , m), G |x|, v1 , . . , vm dx = 1, and Ω1 where the functions F and G satisfy appropriate smoothness and growth conditions.

1) Assume u ∈ C0+ 0,1 B (u) := v ∈ C0+ (BR ): v ∼ u, ωv ωu , J (v) J (u) , where J (v) := RN G v, |∇v| dx. Furthermore, let δ = inf{ v − u 2 : v ∈ B (u)}. In view of the weak lower semicontinuity of the functional J and the nonexpansivity of the Schwarz symmetrization, B (u) 0,1 (BR ). Hence there exists some U ∈ B (u) with δ = U − u 2 . 1 to obtain that δ = 0, and thus U = u . 8). 1,p 0,1 (RN ) (2) Let u ∈ W+ (RN ) for some p ∈ (1, ∞). We choose a sequence {un } ⊂ C0+ which converges to u in W 1,p (RN ).

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