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LOWER SEMICONTINUITY of PULLBACK ATTRACTORS FOR A SINGULARLY NONAUTONOMOUS PLATE EQUATION

@article{Carbone2010LOWERSO,
  title={LOWER SEMICONTINUITY of PULLBACK ATTRACTORS FOR A SINGULARLY NONAUTONOMOUS PLATE EQUATION},
  author={Vera L'ucia Carbone and Marcelo Jos'e Dias Nascimento and Karina Schiabel-Silva and Ricardo Parreira da Silva},
  journal={Electronic Journal of Differential Equations},
  year={2010},
  pages={8}
}
We show the lower semicontinuity of the family of pullback attrac- tors for the singularly nonautonomous plate equation with structural damping utt + a(t,x)ut + ( ) ut + ( ) 2 u + u = f(u), in the energy space H 2 () ◊L 2 () under small perturbations of the damping term a. 
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