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The aim of this work is to establish the existence of infinitely many solutions to gradient elliptic system problem, placing only conditions on a potential function , associated to the problem, which is assumed to have an oscillatory behaviour at infinity. The method used in this paper is a shooting technique combined with an elementary variational argument. We are concerned with the existence of upper and lower solutions in the sense of Hernández.
We study a mixed problem with purely integral conditions for a class of two-dimensional second-order hyperbolic equations. We prove the existence, uniqueness, and the continuous dependence upon the data of a generalized solution. We use a functional analysis method based on a priori estimate and on the density of the range of the operator generated by the considered problem.
The multivariate Kummer-Beta and multivariate Kummer-Gamma families of distributions have been proposed and studied recently by Ng and Kotz. These distributions are extensions of Kummer-Beta and Kummer-Gamma distributions. In this article we propose and study matrix variate generalizations of multivariate Kummer-Beta and multivariate Kummer-Gamma families of distributions.