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1. CJM 2006 (vol 58 pp. 64)

Filippakis, Michael; Gasiński, Leszek; Papageorgiou, Nikolaos S.
Multiplicity Results for Nonlinear Neumann Problems
In this paper we study nonlinear elliptic problems of Neumann type driven by the $p$-Laplac\-ian differential operator. We look for situations guaranteeing the existence of multiple solutions. First we study problems which are strongly resonant at infinity at the first (zero) eigenvalue. We prove five multiplicity results, four for problems with nonsmooth potential and one for problems with a $C^1$-potential. In the last part, for nonsmooth problems in which the potential eventually exhibits a strict super-$p$-growth under a symmetry condition, we prove the existence of infinitely many pairs of nontrivial solutions. Our approach is variational based on the critical point theory for nonsmooth functionals. Also we present some results concerning the first two elements of the spectrum of the negative $p$-Laplacian with Neumann boundary condition.

Keywords:Nonsmooth critical point theory, locally Lipschitz function,, Clarke subdifferential, Neumann problem, strong resonance,, second deformation theorem, nonsmooth symmetric mountain pass theorem,, $p$-Laplacian
Categories:35J20, 35J60, 35J85

2. CJM 2004 (vol 56 pp. 655)

Tao, Xiangxing; Wang, Henggeng
On the Neumann Problem for the Schrödinger Equations with Singular Potentials in Lipschitz Domains
We consider the Neumann problem for the Schr\"odinger equations $-\Delta u+Vu=0$, with singular nonnegative potentials $V$ belonging to the reverse H\"older class $\B_n$, in a connected Lipschitz domain $\Omega\subset\mathbf{R}^n$. Given boundary data $g$ in $H^p$ or $L^p$ for $1-\epsilon
Keywords:Neumann problem, Schrödinger equation, Lipschitz, domain, reverse Hölder class, $H^p$ space
Categories:42B20, 35J10

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