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By F. Zanolin (eds.)

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1), provided that f(t, u) is bounded. In the second paragraph, we study systems with asymmetric nonlinearities. These are non-selfadjoint problems. e. 2). The benefit of this assumption is that it gives some localization of the solution in the sense that there exists t 0 E [0, 1r] such that f3(t 0 ) < u(t0 ) < a(t 0 ). Such a property can be used to obtain multiplicity results. The last paragraph extends some of the ideas on monotone iterations. 1). 1 Assume the function f : [0, 21r] x lR --+ lR is continuous and bounded.

Assume further (i) for every R > 0, there exists hR E A such that, for a. e. t E ]0, 1r[ and all u E [a(t), R], if(t, u)i ~ hR(t); (ii) there exist p > 0 and b, c E A, b > 0 on [0, 1r] such that • for a. e. 1 of u +:Abu= 0, u(O) = 0, u(1r) = 0, is such that >. 1 < 1. +) nC 2 (]0, 1r[, IRci). A similar result can be obtained from a resonance condition. 3 Let f: ]0, 1r[ xiRt --+ lR be a continuous function. Assume there exist a, E C([O, 1r]), respectively a W 2 •1 -lower solution and a strict W 2 •1 -upper solution, such that /3(0) > 0, j3(1r) > 0, and for all t E ]0, 1r[ f3 0 < a(t) :S j3(t).

2 Let f: ]0, 1r[ xJRci -+JR. be a continuous function. Assume there exist a, (3 E C([O, 1r]), respectively a W 2•1 -lower solution and a strict W 2•1 -upper solution, such that (3(0) > 0, (3(1r) > 0, and for all t E ]0, 1r[ 0 < a(t) :::; (J(t). Assume further (i) for every R > 0, there exists hR E A such that, for a. e. t E ]0, 1r[ and all u E [a(t), R], if(t, u)i ~ hR(t); (ii) there exist p > 0 and b, c E A, b > 0 on [0, 1r] such that • for a. e. 1 of u +:Abu= 0, u(O) = 0, u(1r) = 0, is such that >.