By Massimiliano Berti

Many partial differential equations (PDEs) that come up in physics should be seen as infinite-dimensional Hamiltonian platforms. This monograph offers fresh life result of nonlinear oscillations of Hamiltonian PDEs, rather of periodic options for thoroughly resonant nonlinear wave equations. The textual content serves as an advent to analyze during this attention-grabbing and quickly transforming into box. Graduate scholars and researchers attracted to variational concepts and nonlinear research utilized to Hamiltonian PDEs will locate proposal within the book.

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Let us verify assumption (iii). 36) ≥ ε (tv 0 ) = because p ≥ 3 is an odd integer. 13. 4. 38) ε (γ (s)) . 36) we get 1 2 ρ > 0. 5). Our aim is to prove that the Palais–Smale sequence v n converges, up to a subsequence, to some nontrivial critical point v ∗ = 0 in some open ball of V where ε and ε coincide. We need some bounds for the H 1 -norm of v n independent of ε. Step 3: Confinement of the Palais–Smale sequence. We first get a bound for the mountain-pass level cε independent of ε. 33), cε ≤ max s∈[0,1] ε (sv) ≤ max s∈[0,1] s2 v 2 2 H1 − |a| s p+1 p+1 v p+1 + 1 =..

Actually, Wγ is empty if γ ≥ 1/ 5, because, by Hurwitz’s theorem (see Theorem 2F in [121]), if x is irrational,√there exist infinitely many distinct rational numbers p/q such that |x − p/q| < 1/ 5 q 2 . 8. For 0 < γ ≤ 1/4 the set Wγ is uncountable, has zero measure, and accumulates to ω = 1 both from the left and from the right. Proof. We claim that if γ ∈ (0, 1/4], the set Wγ contains uncountably many irrational numbers ω such that its continued fraction expansion is ω = [1, a1 , a2 , . = 1 + for every a1 ∈ N and ai ∈ {1, 2} , 1 a1 + ∀i ≥ 2 1 a2 + .

1) with periodic spatial boundary conditions where some resonance phenomena appear due to the near coincidence of pairs of linear frequencies. 1). The main difficulty to overcome is the appearance of a (i) “small divisors” problem (which in finite dimensions arises only in the search for quasiperiodic solutions). 9) in the Lyapunov center theorem,1 ω j − lω1 = 0 , ∀l ∈ Z , ∀ j = 2, . . , n . In finite dimensions, for any ω sufficiently close to ω1 , the same condition ω j −lω = 0, ∀l ∈ Z, ∀ j = 2, .