Remarks on p-cyclically monotone operators

  title={Remarks on p-cyclically monotone operators},
  author={Orestes Bueno and John Edwin Cotrina},
  pages={2071 - 2087}
ABSTRACT In this paper, we deal with three aspects of p-cyclically monotone operators. First, we introduce a notion of monotone polar adapted for p-cyclically monotone operators and study these kinds of operators with a unique maximal extension (called pre-maximal), and with a convex graph. We then deal with linear operators and provide characterizations of p-cyclical monotonicity and maximal p-cyclical monotonicity. Finally, we show that the Brézis-Browder theorem preserves p-cyclical… 

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