We study a class of nonhomogeneous elliptic problems with Neumann boundary condition and involving the
-Laplace operator and power-type nonlinear terms with variable exponent. The main result of this paper establishes a sufficient condition for the existence of infinitely many weak solutions, provided that the positive parameter is sufficiently small.
We also prove that these solutions are low-energy solutions, that is, they converge to zero in an appropriate function space with variable exponent.
The proof combines variational arguments with a recent symmetric version of the mountain pass lemma.
Key Words: nonhomogeneous elliptic problem; variable exponent; Neumann boundary condition; mountain pass.
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary 35J60,
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