### Existence and non-existence of maximal solutions for y" = f(x, y, y') *

J. W. Bebernes, Steven K. Ingram (1971)

Annales Polonici Mathematici

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J. W. Bebernes, Steven K. Ingram (1971)

Annales Polonici Mathematici

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Frank Terpe (1971)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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Doroslovački, Rade, Pantović, Jovanka, Vojvodić, Gradimir (1999)

Novi Sad Journal of Mathematics

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M. A. Selby (1974)

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A. M. Stokolos (2006)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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The study of one-dimensional rare maximal functions was started in [4,5]. The main result in [5] was obtained with the help of some general procedure. The goal of the present article is to adapt the procedure (we call it "dyadic crystallization") to the multidimensional setting and to demonstrate that rare maximal functions have properties not better than the Strong Maximal Function.

Haddad, Lucien, Lau, Dietlinde (2000)

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Bishwambhar Roy, Ritu Sen (2013)

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In this paper, some fundamental properties of maximal μ-open sets such as decomposition theorem for a maximal μ-open set, are given in a generalized topological space. Some basic properties of intersection of maximal μ-open sets are established, cohere the law of μ-radical μ-closure in a quasi topological space is obtained, among the other things.

Ali Reza Ashrafi, Rasoul Soleimani (2001)

Acta Mathematica et Informatica Universitatis Ostraviensis

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H. Länger (1978)

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Ofelia Alas, Vladimir Tkachuk, Richard Wilson (2014)

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We study maximal pseudocompact spaces calling them also MP-spaces. We show that the product of a maximal pseudocompact space and a countable compact space is maximal pseudocompact. If X is hereditarily maximal pseudocompact then X × Y is hereditarily maximal pseudocompact for any first countable compact space Y. It turns out that hereditary maximal pseudocompactness coincides with the Preiss-Simon property in countably compact spaces. In compact spaces, hereditary MP-property is invariant...

Carlo Sbordone, Ingemar Wik (1994)

Publicacions Matemàtiques

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The famous result of Muckenhoupt on the connection between weights w in A-classes and the boundedness of the maximal operator in L(w) is extended to the case p = ∞ by the introduction of the geometrical maximal operator. Estimates of the norm of the maximal operators are given in terms of the A-constants. The equality of two differently defined A-constants is proved. Thereby an answer is given to a question posed by R. Johnson. For non-increasing functions on the positive real line a...

Antonio Vera López, Gustavo A. Fernández Alcober (1989)

Extracta Mathematicae

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