Separately global solutions to rate-independent processes in large-strain inelasticity

@article{Davoli2022SeparatelyGS,
  title={Separately global solutions to rate-independent processes in large-strain inelasticity},
  author={Elisa Davoli and Martin Kru{\vz}{\'i}k and Petr Pelech},
  journal={Nonlinear Analysis},
  year={2022}
}
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