Multiplicity of solutions for a class of fractional $p(x,\cdot )$-Kirchhoff-type problems without the Ambrosetti–Rabinowitz condition
Boundary Value Problems, September 2020
M. K. Hamdani, J. Zuo, N. T. Chung, D. D. Repovš
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