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Minimax systems and critical point theory

Author: Martin Schechter
Publisher: Boston ; Basel : Birkhäuser, ©2009.
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This text starts at the foundations of the field, and is accessible with some background in functional analysis. As such, the book is ideal for classroom of self study. The new material covered also makes this book a must read for researchers in the theory of critical points.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Schechter, Martin.
Minimax systems and critical point theory.
Boston : Birkhäuser, ©2009
(OCoLC)416231373
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Schechter
ISBN: 9780817649029 0817649026
OCLC Number: 423397466
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Preface --
Critical Points of Functionals --
Minimax Systems --
Examples of Minimax Systems --
Ordinary Differential Equations --
The Method using Flows --
Finding Linking Sets --
Sandwich Pairs --
Semilinear Problems --
Superlinear Problems --
Weak Linking.-Resonance Problems --
Rotationally Invariant Solutions --
Semilinear Wave Equations.-Type (II) Regions --
Weak Sandwich Pairs --
Multiple Solutions --
Second Order Periodic Systems --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: Martin Schechter.

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This text starts at the foundations of the field, and is accessible with some background in functional analysis. As such, the book is ideal for classroom of self study. The new material covered also makes this book a must read for researchers in the theory of critical points.

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