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Assume that: (i) the set is non-empty and compact for each and convex for each with (ii) for each the set is closed; (iii) is a lower semicontinuous multifunction with closed graph and convex values. 1 resides in the absence of compactness for the set X and in the assumption (ii) for the multifunction Such an assumption is weaker than the upper semicontinuity condition usually required in the literature. For more details on multifunctions satisfying (ii), we refer to [5, 6, 7, 8] and to the references therein.
Elliptic problems with discontinuous nonlinearities. 1. is bijective and its inverse uous. There exists such that for all is contin- Fixed points in ordered Banach Spaces and … If and almost everywhere in 29 then Proof. Assertions are easy consequences of known results. 1] (which clearly holds, with a different constant, provided while is contained in [11, Proposition 27, p. 635]. Next, let We say that the function is supmeasurable when for any measurable the function enjoys the same property. 1.