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Uniqueness and boundary behavior of large solutions to elliptic problems with singular weights

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  • We consider the elliptic problems $\Delta u=a(x)u^m$, $m>1$, and $\Delta u=a(x)e^u$ in a smooth bounded domain $\Omega$, with the boundary condition $u=+\infty$ on $\partial\Omega$. The weight function $a(x)$ is assumed to be Hölder continuous, growing like a negative power of $d(x)=$ dist $(x,\partial\Omega)$ near $\partial\Omega$. We show existence and nonexistence results, uniqueness and asymptotic estimates near the boundary for both the solutions and their normal derivatives.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary 35J25, 35J60; Secondary 35B40.


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