Electronic Journal of Differential Equations: Conference 18, 2010.
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Proceedings of the
2007 Conference on Variational and Topological Methods: Theory, Applications,
Numerical Simulations, and Open Problems .
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona. May 23-27, 2007.

The following papers were submitted by the participants in the conference,
then refereed and accepted for publication in a special issue of the
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations.
Details from the conference are available in a
Foreword Message
posted by the editors of the proceedings.
**Table of contents.** (In alphabetical order)

- Jiri Benedikt, Petr Girg;
*Prufer transformation for the p-Laplacian*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 1-13.
- Marco Ghimenti, Anna Maria Micheletti;
*On the number of nodal solutions for a nonlinear elliptic problem on symmetric Riemannian manifolds*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 15-22.
- Christopher Grumiau, Christophe Troestler;
*Oddness of least energy nodal solutions on radial domains*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 23-31.
- Gabriela Holubova, Petr Necesal;
*The Fucik spectra for multi-point boundary-value problems*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 33-44.
- David Medina, Pablo Padilla;
*A geometric approach to invariant sets for dynamical systems*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 45-56.
- Nikolaos S. Papageorgiou, Eugenio M. Rocha;
*Existence and multiplicity of solutions for the noncoercive
Neumann p-Laplacian*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 57-66.
- Peter Takac;
*Variational methods and linearization tools towards the spectral analysis
of the p-Laplacian, especially for the Fredholm alternative*,
Conf. 18(2010), pp. 67-105.

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Numerical Simulations, and Open Problems.
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