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\title{Periodic singular problem with quasilinear differential operator}
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\rec {January 27, 2006}
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We study ...
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negative solution, positive solution, ...
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34B16, 34C25
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\section{Introduction}\label{sec1}
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{\it D.~Bonheure, C.~De~Coster}:
Forced singular oscillators and the method of lower and upper solutions.
Topol. Methods Nonlinear Anal. {\bf 22} (2003), 297--317. Zbl 1108.34033, MR2036378
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