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Notice that assumption (7) is needed only for p > 0 and it is in general provided by a suitable version of the Hopf’s Lemma. The idea of the proof is to show that the function v = up (or v = log u is p = 0) in fact coincides with its concave envelope v ∗ and the role of (7) is to guarantee that the the contact set of v (that is the set of points where v and v ∗ coincide) does not touch the boundary of the domain. In the case p ≤ 0 this requirement is automatically satisfied since |v| → +∞ as x → ∂Ω; when p ∈ (0, 1), assumption (7) implies ∂v(x) = +∞ (8) ∂ν for every x0 ∈ ∂Ω and every inward direction ν of Ω at x0 , and the latter forces the contact set of v to stay away from ∂Ω.
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