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We consider several natural situations where the union or intersection of an uncountable family of measurable (in various senses) sets with a “good” additional structure is again measurable or may fail to be measurable. We primarily deal with Lebesgue measurable sets and sets with the Baire...
Integral representations are constructed for functions holomorphic in a strip. Using these representations an effective solution of Carleman type problem is given for a strip.
The mixed boundary value problem is considered for an anisotropic elastic body under the condition that a boundary value of the displacement vector is given on some part of the boundary and a boundary value of the generalized stress vector on the remainder. Using the potential method and the...
The first boundary value problem of electroelasticity for a transversally isotropic plane with curvilinear cuts is investigated. The solvability of a system of singular integral equations is proved by using the potential method and the theory of singular integral equations.
An analogue of the Kunz–Frobenius criterion for the regularity of a local ring in a positive characteristic is established for general commutative semigroup rings.
Some new oscillation and nonoscillation criteria are given for linear delay or advanced differential equations with variable coefficients and not (necessarily) constant delays or advanced arguments. Moreover, some new results on the existence and the nonexistence of positive solutions for linear...
Sufficient conditions are established for the oscillation and nonoscillation of the system
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