A Variational Approach for One-Dimensional Scalar Field Problems
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In this paper, we are interested in the existence of infinitely many weak solutions for a onedimensional scalar field problem. By using variational methods, in an appropriate functional space which involves the potential V, we determine intervals of parameters such that our problem admits either a sequence of weak solutions strongly converging to zero provided that the nonlinearity has a suitable behavior at zero or an unbounded sequence of weak solutions if a similar behavior occurs at infinity.
Key wordsOne-dimensional scalar field problem variational methods infinitely many solutions
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