Entire large solutions for a class of Schrödinger systems with a nonlinear random operator
MetadataShow full item record
In this paper, we study the nonexistence and existence of radial large positive so-lutions for a class of Schrödinger systems with a nonlinear random operator under certain growth conditions. We also establish the necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of radial large positive solutions by a successive iteration technique. The results of the paper improve and extend many previous work in this field of research.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Chong, Yen N. (2001)General routing problems deal with transporting some commodities and/or travelling along the axes of a given network in some optimal manner. In the modern world such problems arise in several contexts such as distribution ...
Grigoleit, Mark Ted (2008)The Constrained Shortest Path Problem (CSPP) consists of finding the shortest path in a graph or network that satisfies one or more resource constraints. Without these constraints, the shortest path problem can be solved ...
Yao, Hong Mei (2009)Simulated moving bed chromatography process (SMBCP) is the technical realisation of a countercurrent adsorption process through the cyclic port switching. SMB technology reduces the cost of packing material with high ...