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The aim of this paper is to develop a crowd motion model designed to handle highly packed situations. The model we propose rests on two principles: we first define a spontaneous velocity which corresponds to the velocity each individual would like to have in the absence of other people. The actual velocity is then computed as the projection of the spontaneous velocity onto the set of admissible velocities (i.e. velocities which do not violate the non-overlapping constraint). We describe here the...

The aim of this paper is to develop a crowd motion model designed to handle highly packed situations. The model we propose rests on two principles: we first define a spontaneous velocity which corresponds to the velocity each individual would like to have in the absence of other people. The actual velocity is then computed as the projection of the spontaneous velocity onto the set of admissible velocities (i.e. velocities which do not violate the non-overlapping constraint). We describe here...

Schauder’s Conjecture (i.eėvery compact convex set in a Hausdorff topological vector space has the f.p.p.) is reduced to the search for fixed points of suitable multivalued maps in finite dimensional spaces.

A fixed point theorem is proved for non-self multi-valued mappings in a metrically convex complete metric space satisfying a slightly stronger contraction condition than in Rhoades [3] and under a weaker boundary condition than in Itoh [2] and Rhoades [3].

We establish a fixed point theorem for a continuous function $f:X\to E$, where $E$ is a Banach space and $X\subseteq E$. Our result, which involves multivalued contractions, contains the classical Schauder fixed point theorem as a special case. An application is presented.

Applying a global bifurcation theorem for convex-valued completely continuous mappings we prove some existence theorems for convex-valued differential inclusions of the form x'∈ F(t,x), where x satisfies the Nicoletti boundary conditions.

In this paper we study the behaviour of maximal monotone multivalued highly oscillatory operators. We construct Reuss-Voigt-Wiener and Hashin-Shtrikmann type bounds for the minimal sections of G-limits of multivalued operators by using variational convergence and convex analysis.

For an aggregation function $A$ we know that it is bounded by ${A}^{*}$ and ${A}_{*}$ which are its super-additive and sub-additive transformations, respectively. Also, it is known that if ${A}^{*}$ is directionally convex, then $A={A}^{*}$ and ${A}_{*}$ is linear; similarly, if ${A}_{*}$ is directionally concave, then $A={A}_{*}$ and ${A}^{*}$ is linear. We generalize these results replacing the directional convexity and concavity conditions by the weaker assumptions of overrunning a super-additive function and underrunning a sub-additive function, respectively.

In this paper the existence of solutions to variational-type inequalities problems for (η,θ,δ)- pseudomonotone-type set-valued mappings in nonreflexive Banach spaces introduced in [4] is considered. Presented theorem does not require a compact set-valued mapping, but requires a weaker condition 'locally bounded' for the mapping.