Quasimonotone Quasivariational Inequalities: Existence Results and Applications



A quasivariational inequality is a variational inequality in which the constraint set depends on the variable. Based on fixed point techniques, we prove various existence results under weak assumptions on the set-valued operator defining the quasivariational inequality, namely quasimonotonicity and lower or upper sign-continuity. Applications to quasi-optimization and traffic network are also considered.

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