The journal Rendiconti dell’Istituto di Matematica dell’università di Trieste publishes original articles in all areas of mathematics. Special regard is given to research papers, but attractive expository papers may also be considered for publication.
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We provide the proofs of the results, announced in , concerning the existence (and non-existence) of solutions to Dirichlet and periodic boundary value problems associated to second order differential equations with asymmetric nonlinearities.
We show that the topological interpretation of the modal
logic S4 can be reformulated using a special kind of coalgebras for the
filter functor. Thus the topological semantics is subsumed in coalgebraic
semantics. Moreover, the relational notion of topo-bisimulation can
be characterized via spans of open and continuous maps of topological
spaces or via spans of coalgebras morphisms.