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Abstract© 2014, Springer Science+Business Media New York. Strong local minimizers with surfaces of gradient discontinuity appear in variational problems when the energy density function is not rank-one convex. In this paper we show that the stability of such surfaces is related to the stability outside the surface via a single jump relation that can be regarded as an interchange stability condition. Although this relation appears in the setting of equilibrium elasticity theory, it is remarkably similar to the well-known normality condition that plays a central role in classical plasticity theory.
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