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10) . 1. 10) tends to zero when M ↓ 0, while the right-hand side is at least separated away from zero. 3). 1. 8) in the form ai |Di u1 |pi −2 ∇u1 − |Di u2 |pi −2 ∇u2 ∇u dx I := Ω i c1 |u1 |σ −2 u1 − |u2 |σ −2 u2 u dx + Ω (c2 − c1 )|u2 |σ −2 u2 u dx. 11) we see that the first term on the left-hand side of this inequality is nonnegative. 11) and boundedness of u, we obtain the following chain of relations: |u|2 dx λ0 Ω I |u|2 dx λ1 L Ω ⇒ (λ0 − λ1 L) |u|2 dx Ω 0 38 S. Antontsev and S. Shmarev with the constants λ0 = c0 min σ (x) − 1 2M σ (x) (σ (x)−2)/σ (x) Ω , and λ1 = max M σ (x)−1 .

Because of the absolute continuity of the integral LΩ\Ωε (vk , η) − LΩ\Ωε (v, η) C vk V + v V η V(Ω\Ωε ) → 0 when ε → 0. On the other hand, LΩε (vk , η) − LΩε (v, η) → 0 when k → ∞ for every fixed ε. Thus, for every η ∈ PN (g(vk ) − g(v), η)N → 0, which means that g(vk ) → g(v) weakly in PN . Since the dimension of PN is finite, the weak convergence g(vk ) → g(v) implies the strong convergence: |g(vk ) − g(v)|N → 0 when k → ∞. 4. 8) satisfies the estimate u(N ) V K with a finite constant K independent of N .

U ∈ W0 p(x) dx |u| Ω λ1 = inf Ω The following example taken from [41] shows that λ1 may be zero. Let Ω = (−2, 2) ⊂ R, p(x) = 3 4 − |x| if 0 if 1 x 1, |x| 2, u(x) = 1 2 − |x| for 0 for 1 and 1,p(x) Obviously, au(x) ∈ W0 shows, however, that au (x) p(x) |x| |x| 1, 2. (Ω) for every a = const > 0. The straightforward computation dx = Ω 2a 2 (a − 1), ln a |au|p(x) dx 2a 3 , Ω whence lim a→∞ |Du|p(x) dx = 0. 1) becomes very complicated. 1). 1). 2) Ω which is true for p = const as well as for p(x) being a function of x.