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  • Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Volume 87, Issue 3
  • May 1980, pp. 489-500

Galerkin approximations in several parameter bifurcation problems

  • J. C. Alexander (a1) and P. M. Fitzpatrick (a1)
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The purpose of this paper is to prove a theorem giving conditions yielding global bifurcation of the solutions of a family of parameterized nonlinear equations, the domain and the range of which lie in Banach spaces, where the parameter is allowed to be a vector in , k a positive integer. The basic contribution is that the parameter is vector valued and that the nonlinearities allowed are very general; however, even for scalar parameters, our results extend those of previous authors.

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