• Kum, Sang-Ho (Department of Applied mathematics, Korea Maritime University)
  • Published : 1999.05.01


The purpose of this paper is to provide two examples which prove that Cubiotti's theorem and Yao's one on the generalized quasi-variational inequality problem are independent of each other. In addition, we give another example which tells us that certain conditions are essential in Cubiotti's theorem and Yao's one.


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