By Jerrold Marsden, Alan Weinstein

This booklet, the 3rd of a three-volume paintings, is the outgrowth of the authors' event educating calculus at Berkeley. it truly is thinking about multivariable calculus, and starts with the mandatory fabric from analytical geometry. It is going directly to hide partial differention, the gradient and its purposes, a number of integration, and the theorems of eco-friendly, Gauss and Stokes. through the publication, the authors encourage the examine of calculus utilizing its purposes. Many solved difficulties are integrated, and wide workouts are given on the finish of every part. furthermore, a separate pupil consultant has been ready.

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Let K0 = K|V . Then K(X) = K(V ) = K0 (V ) and ker K0 = ker K ∩V = {0}. Hence K0 is injective. We claim that inf{ K0 (v) : v ∈ V, v = 1} > 0. Proceeding by contradiction, suppose that we can find {vn }n≥1 ⊂ V , vn = 1, for all n ≥ 1, such that K0 (vn ) → 0 as n → ∞. Since L ∈ Lc (X), by passing to a subsequence if necessary, we may assume that L(vn ) → u. Then vn = (K0 +L)(vn ) → u, hence u = 1. Also, K0 (vn ) → K0 (u), and so K0 (u) = 0, which contradicts the injectivity of K0 . Using the claim, we see that we can find c > 0 such that c v ≤ K0 (v) for all v ∈ V .

27). w (c) Let {xn }n≥1 ⊂ C be such that xn → x in X and lim sup A(xn )+B(xn ), xn −x ≤ 0. n→∞ The monotonicity of B yields A(xn ), xn − x = A(xn ) + B(xn ), xn − x − B(xn ) − B(x), xn − x − B(x), xn − x ≤ A(xn ) + B(xn ), xn − x − B(x), xn − x for all n ≥ 1. This implies lim sup A(xn ), xn − x ≤ 0, whence xn → x [since A is an (S)+ -map]. n→∞ 40 2 Nonlinear Operators w (d) If {xn }n≥1 ⊂ C satisfies xn → x in X and lim sup A(xn ) + B(xn ), xn − x ≤ 0, then n→∞ the assumption on B yields lim B(xn ), xn − x = 0, whence lim sup A(xn ), xn − n→∞ n→∞ x ≤ 0, so that, from the fact that A is an (S)+ -map, we infer that xn → x.

59] with Y = Xw∗ ). w Let xn → x in X and xn∗ ∈ (A1 + A2 )(xn ), and suppose that lim sup xn∗ , xn − x ≤ 0. n→∞ We have xn∗ = v∗n + z∗n with v∗n ∈ A1 (xn ), z∗n ∈ A2 (xn ). We claim that lim sup v∗n , xn − x ≤ 0 and lim sup z∗n , xn − x ≤ 0. 13) is not true, then by passing to a subsequence if necessary, we may assume that lim v∗n , xn − x > 0 and lim z∗n , xn − x < 0. 14) Since A2 is pseudomonotone, for each u ∈ X there exists y∗ (u) ∈ X ∗ such that y∗ (u), x − u ≤ lim inf z∗n , xn − u . n→∞ Setting u = x, we find 0 ≤ lim inf z∗n , xn − x .