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In order to guarantee the existence of solutions to (P), we need additional continuity assumptions on the mappings a : e i-> ae, J : (e, y) K> J(e, y), e e Uad, y e V. 9. 43) is not necessary but it simplifies our presentation. 44) can be equivalently expressed in a more explicit form. 46) en^emU, en,ee Uad =» A(en) -» A(e) in £(V, V). This form of the continuous dependence of ae on e will be used in what follows. We start our analysis by proving that the mapping u : e h-> u(e), where e e Uad and M(e) solves (P(e)), is continuous.

The function un € H^(^i(an)) being the solution of (P(an)) satisfies where S2n := £2(an) and dx := dx\dx2. 36) we see that {«„} is bounded in HQ(Q). Indeed, From this and the Friedrichs inequality in HQ (S2) the existence of a constant c > 0 such that follows. One can pass to a subsequence of {«„} such that We first prove that M|jj\jj(S) = 0, implying that W|n ( «) e HQ(&(OI)). 28 Chapter 2. A Mathematical Introduction to SSO Let x e £2 \ £2 (a) be arbitrary. 2. 41). Since x e Q \ £2(a) is arbitrary we have u = 0 in n \ £2(a).

6. Let (Tl) and (T2) be satisfied. Then the mapping is continuous. Proof. Let [Nj}"=l be the set of all the interior nodes of T(h, s*), Nj = (x\(j), Then from (Tl) and (T2) it follows that X2(j))- where ji : U -> E2 are continuous functions. ,

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