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Jx ^ 0 for each x e E. y is a monotone operator. If £• is strictly convex, then J is one to one, that is, X y/^y =^ Jxr\Jy = &. 54 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T. Ibaraki and W. Takahashi If E is reflexive, then 7 is a mapping of E onto £"*. If £" is smooth, then the duality mapping J is single valued. If E has a Frechet differentiable norm, then J is norm to norm continuous. If £^ has a uniformly Gateaux differentiable norm, then J is norm to weak* uniformly continuous on each bounded subset of E. E is strictly convex if and only if 7 is a strictly monotone operator.

By our assumption, the sequence (Aun) is bounded in L^([0, 1], dt) and converges in measure to Au with respect to the norm topology of F\ By virtue of Castaing [10], see also Grothendieck [8] for the one dimensional case, we conclude that l i m ( ^ M „ , Un)ijoo / I \ = {Au, u),joo j \ \. As J(u) := /Q j(t, u(t))dt is convex lower semicontinuous on L\^([0, 1], dt), when L ) , ( [ 0 , 1], dt) is endowed with the topology a (L),, Lf,), see ([18], Theorem VII-7), we have lim(w„) = inf n ueG 4)(M) = lim[(^M„, M„),,OO riv -h J{Un)] n \^f'^^Fi > {Au, w)^/^oo ^1 ^ + J(u).

Z) being the compact metrizable space of all probability Radon measures defined on Z, endowed with the vague topology and let Hbe a convex weakly compact subset 6>/L^([0, 1], dt). Let us consider the integral fiinctional J{u, k) := \ Jo Uz j(t, u(t), z)Xt(dz) dt; J V(M, k) eHxIZ. Then the following hold: (a) there is a pair (u,X) eH x7Z such that maxmin/(M, X) < J(u, X) < XeTlueH vmnm3xJ(u,X). ueH veU (b) max min J(u, k) = min max 7(M, k). Proof (a) follows the same line of the proof of the preceding result.

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