Connected component of positive solutions for singular superlinear semi-positone problems

Ruyun Ma

Abstract


Bifurcation theory is used to prove the existence of connected components of positive solutions for some classes of singular superlinear semi-positone problems with nonlinear boundary conditions.

Keywords


Spectrum of singular problem; nonlinear boundary conditions; exterior domain; positive solutions

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