### A class of nonlinear variational inequalities involving pseudomonotone operators.

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In this paper we show that a linear variational inequality over an infinite dimensional real Hilbert space admits solutions for every nonempty bounded closed and convex set, if and only if the linear operator involved in the variational inequality is pseudo-monotone in the sense of Brezis.

The existence of solutions to a scalar Minty variational inequality of differential type is usually related to monotonicity property of the primitive function. On the other hand, solutions of the variational inequality are global minimizers for the primitive function. The present paper generalizes these results to vector variational inequalities putting the Increasing Along Rays (IAR) property into the center of the discussion. To achieve that infinite elements in the image space Y are introduced. Under...

The existence of solutions to a scalar Minty variational inequality of differential type is usually related to monotonicity property of the primitive function. On the other hand, solutions of the variational inequality are global minimizers for the primitive function. The present paper generalizes these results to vector variational inequalities putting the Increasing Along Rays (IAR) property into the center of the discussion. To achieve that infinite elements in the image space $Y$ are introduced....