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Assuming stability of the solutions, we could then prove Liouville-type theorems in higher dimensions. For the scalar cases, albeit of second order ($a=b$ and $p=q$) or of fourth order ($a\ge 0=b$ and $p>1=q$), we show that for all dimensions $n\ge 3$ in the first case (resp., $n\ge 5$ in the second case), there is no positive solution with a finite Morse index, whenever $p$ is below the corresponding critical exponent, i.e $ 1< p < \frac{n+2+2a}{n-2}$ (resp., $ 1< p < \frac{n+4+2a}{n-4}$). Finally, we show that non-negative stable solutions of the full Hénon-Lane-Emden system are trivial provided \begin{equation*}\label{sysdim00} n < 2 + 2 (\frac{p(b+2)+a+2}{pq-1}) (\sqrt{\frac{pq(q+1)}{p+1}} + \sqrt{ \frac{pq(q+1)}{p+1} - \sqrt{\frac{pq(q+1)}{p+1}}}). \end{equation*}

$-\Delta u = p(x, u) + f(\theta, x, u)\quad $ on $\Omega$

$u = 0\quad$ on $\partial \Omega$

where $p(x, \cdot)$ is odd and $f$ is a perturbative term. An application of this result is the problem

$-\Delta u = \lambda |u|^{q-1}u + |u|^{p-1}u + f\quad$ on $\Omega$

$u = u_0\quad$ on $\partial \Omega$

where $\Omega$ is a smooth, bounded, open subset of $\mathbf R^n (n \geq 3), \lambda > 0, 1\leq q < p, f \in C(\bar \Omega, \mathbf R)$ and $u_0\in C^2(\partial \Omega, \mathbf R)$. It is proven that this equation has an infinite number of solutions for $p < \frac{n+1}{n-1}$ and that for any sub-critical $p$ i.e., $p < \frac{n+2}{n-2}$, there are as many solutions as we like, provided $||f||_{frac{p+1}{p}}$ and $||u_0||_{p+1}$ are small enough.

^{*}is smooth provided $N\leq 5$. If in addition $\lim$i$nf_{t \to +\infty}\frac{f (t)f'' (t)}{(f')^2(t)}>0$, then u

^{*}is regular for $N\leq 7$, while if $\gamma$:$= \lim$s$up_{t \to +\infty}\frac{f (t)f'' (t)}{(f')^2(t)}<+\infty$, then the same holds for $N < \frac{8}{\gamma}$. It follows that u

^{*}is smooth if $f(t) = e^t$ and $ N \le 8$, or if $f(t) = (1+t)^p$ and $N< \frac{8p}{p-1}$. We also show that if $ f(t) = (1-t)^{-p}$, $p>1$ and $p\ne 3$, then u

^{*}is smooth for $N \leq \frac{8p}{p+1}$. While these results are major improvements on what is known for general domains, they still fall short of the expected optimal results as recently established on radial domains, e.g., u

^{*}is smooth for $ N \le 12$ when $ f(t) = e^t$ [11], and for $ N \le 8$ when $ f(t) = (1-t)^{-2}$ [9] (see also [22]).

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