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By Zdzisław Denkowski, Stanisław Migórski, Nikolas S. Papageorgiou (auth.)

An advent to Nonlinear research: Theory is an summary of a few easy, very important points of Nonlinear research, with an emphasis on these no longer incorporated within the classical therapy of the sector. this present day Nonlinear research is a really prolific a part of sleek mathematical research, with attention-grabbing thought and lots of diverse purposes starting from mathematical physics and engineering to social sciences and economics. subject matters coated during this ebook comprise the mandatory historical past fabric from topology, degree thought and useful research (Banach area theory). The textual content additionally bargains with multivalued research and easy positive factors of nonsmooth research, delivering a high-quality history for the extra applications-oriented fabric of the ebook An creation to Nonlinear research: Applications by way of an analogous authors.

The booklet is self-contained and available to the newcomer, whole with a number of examples, routines and recommendations. it's a priceless device, not just for experts within the box attracted to technical info, but in addition for scientists coming into Nonlinear research looking for promising instructions for study.

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E epif, which proves that epif <;;; X x IR is closed. ) = f (x)>.. 34 implies that cp is lower semicontinuous. But note that cp is lower semicontinuous if and only if f is. 21 lf X, {Yi}iEI are topological spaces, fi: X -+ }i, i E I, are maps and f: X -+ IliEI Yi is defined by f(x) = (fi(x))iEI, then f is continuous if and only if each fi is continuous. PROPOSITION Now let us turn to the second situation described at the beginning of this section. So let X be a set, {YihEI a family of topological spaces and fi: Yi -+ X, i E I, a family of maps.

On A we have two topologies. e. the restriction of the weak topology w(X, {fi}iEI) on A) and the other is the weak topology generated by lilA, i E J. It is natural to ask whether these two topologies are the same. The next proposition shows that the answer to this question is affirmative. iiAhEJ). 2 we can check that the two topologies have the same convergent nets and so are identical. D We will prove some more simple results about the weak topology. For this we need the following definition-notation.

For the weak topology the situation is the following. We are given a family {Yi, fihEI of pairs, each consisting of a topological space Yi and a map k X -+ }i. Any topology of X that makes all the fi's continuous, is said to be admissible. Evidently, the set of admissible topologies on X is nonempty, since the discrete topology is such a topology. We will see that there exists a topology w on X such that every admissible topology is stronger or equal to w. For the quotient topology, the setting is reversed.

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