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T∈R 26 T. Diagana ⎛ Now ⎜ A(t) = ⎜ ⎝ 0 1 ⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎠ −a(t) −b(t) which yields Pt (λ ) = det(A(t) − λ IR2 ) = λ 2 + b(t)λ + a(t) for all t ∈ R. Let D(t) = b2 (t) − 4a(t) for all t ∈ R. 6) yields either D(t) > 0 or D(t) < 0 for all t ∈ R. 6) hold, then eigenvalues of A(t) are given by λ1 (t) = −b(t) + b2 (t) − 4a(t) −b(t) − and λ2 (t) = 2 b2 (t) − 4a(t) . 2 It is then easy to see that λ1 (t), λ2 (t) < 0 for all t ∈ R. 6) hold, then eigenvalues of A(t) are given by λ1 (t) = −b(t) + i 4a(t) − b2(t) −b(t) − i 4a(t) − b2(t) and λ2 (t) = .
Bezandry where Γ u(n) := n−1 n−1 r=0 s=r ∑ ∏ γs f (r, u(r)), is the representation of the solution of Eq. 4). It is clear that Γ is well defined. Now, let u, v ∈ AP(Z+ , L1 (Ω ; R+ )) having the same property as X defined in the Beverton–Holt equation. One can easily see that E |Γ u(n) − Γ v(n)| ≤ n−1 n−1 r=0 s=r ∑ ∏ E |γs | E | f (r, u(r)) − f (r, v(r))| , and hence letting β = sup E[γn ] we obtain n∈Z+ sup E |Γ u(n) − Γ v(n)| ≤ n∈Z+ μβ 1−β sup E |u(n) − v(n)|. n∈Z+ μβ < 1. 4). Obviously, Γ is a contraction whenever References 1.
The following definitions of doubly weighted pseudo-almost automorphy are due to Diagana [5, 6]. 4. Let μ ∈ U∞ and ν ∈ U∞ . A function f ∈ C(R, Rn ) is called doubly weighted pseudo-almost automorphic if it can be expressed as f = g + φ , where g ∈ AA(Rn ) and φ ∈ PAP0 (Rn , μ , ν ). The collection of such functions will be denoted by PAP(Rn , μ , ν ). 5. Let μ , ν ∈ U∞ . A function f ∈ C(R × Rm , Rn ) is called doubly weighted pseudo-almost automorphic if it can be expressed as F = G + Φ , where G ∈ AA(Rm , Rn ) and Φ ∈ PAP0 (Rm , Rn , μ , ν ).