By Bouchitte G., Buttazzo G., De Pascale L.
We exhibit that the matter of discovering the easiest mass distribution, either in conductivity and elasticity situations, might be approximated via ideas of a p-Laplace equation, as p→+S. This turns out to supply a range criterion while the optimum ideas are nonunique.
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