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### Open Access Journals

DCDS-S

We prove a stability result for damped nonlinear wave equations,
when the damping changes sign and the nonlinear term satisfies a few
natural assumptions.

DCDS

Inspired by a biological model on

*genetic repression*proposed by P. Jacob and J. Monod, we introduce a new class of delay equations with nonautonomous past and nonlinear delay operator. With the aid of some new techniques from functional analysis we prove that these equations, which cover the biological model, are well--posed.
CPAA

The existence of nontrivial solutions for reversed variational
inequalities involving $p$-Laplace operators is proved. The
solutions are obtained as limits of solutions of suitable
penalizing problems.

keywords:
Reversed variational inequalities.

PROC

In this note we show that reversed variational inequalities cannot be studied in a general abstract framework as it happens for classical variational inequalities with Stampacchia’s Lemma. Indeed, we provide two different situations for reversed variational inequalities which are of the same type from an abstract point of view, but which behave quite differently.

DCDS-S

We consider a nonlinear elliptic equation with Robin boundary condition driven by the *p*-Laplacian and with a reaction term which depends also on the gradient. By using a topological approach based on the Leray-Schauder alternative principle, we show the existence of a smooth solution.

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