Inserted: 11 mar 2023
Last Updated: 11 mar 2023
We set up a general framework tailor-made to solve complement value problems governed by symmetric nonlinear integrodifferential $p$-L\'evy operators. A prototypical example of integrodifferential $p$-L\'evy operators is the well-known fractional $p$-Laplace operator. Our main focus is on nonlinear IDEs in the presence of Dirichlet, Neumann and Robin conditions and we show well-posedness results. Several results are new even for the fractional $p$-Laplace operator but we develop the approach for general translation-invariant nonlocal operators. We also bridge a gap from nonlocal to local, by showing that solutions to the local Dirichlet and Neumann boundary value problems associated with $p$-Laplacian are strong limits of the nonlocal ones.