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LIMIT RELATIVE CATEGORY THEORY APPLIED TO THE CRITICAL POINT THEORY
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LIMIT RELATIVE CATEGORY THEORY APPLIED TO THE CRITICAL POINT THEORY
Jung, Tack-Sun; Choi, Q-Heung;
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 Abstract
Let H be a Hilbert space which is the direct sum of five closed subspaces and with of finite dimension. Let J be a functional defined on H with J(0)
 Keywords
functional;nonsmooth version classical deformation lemma;limit relative category theory;critical point theory;manifold with boundary; condition;
 Language
English
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