On Anisotropic Elliptic Equations in Bounded Domains


Because of the anisotropic character of the equations in (Qc) and (Pc) below, in solving those problems, we cannot right away apply the comparison principles. We will pick up some conditions under which the existence of some sub-and-super solutions of the problems leads to the existence theorems for those problems.


Elliptic Equation Classical Solution Comparison Principle Inductive Limit Elliptic Partial Differential Equation 
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