By Yoshiyuki Hino, Toshiki Naito, Nguyen VanMinh, Jong Son Shin

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6) this yields lim sup U (t, t − h)v(t − h) − v(t − h) = 0. 7) t Now we have lim sup U (t, t − h)v(t − h) − v(t) ≤ h↓0 t ≤ lim sup U (t, t − h)v(t − h) − v(t − h) + h→0+ t + lim+ sup v(t − h) − v(t) . , the evolutionary semigroup (T h )h≥0 is strongly continuous in AP (X). 4). Then we will show that u ∈ D(L) and Lu = −f . In fact, in view of the strong continuity of (T h ))h≥0 in AP (X) the h integral 0 T ξ f dξ exists as an element of AP (X). Hence, by definition, 34 CHAPTER 2. SPECTRAL CRITERIA t u(t) = U (t, t − h)u(t − h) + U (t, η)f (η)dη, t−h h = [T h u](t) + [ T ξ f dξ](t), ∀h ≥ 0, t ∈ R.

19) CHAPTER 2. 19) for a larger class of the forcing term g. We shall show that the generator of evolutionary semigroup is still useful in studying the perturbation theory in the critical case in which the spectrum of the monodromy operator P may intersect the unit circle. We suppose that g(t, x) is Lipschitz continuous with coefficient k and the Nemystky operator F defined by (F v)(t) = g(t, v(t)), ∀t ∈ R acts in M. Below we can assume that M is any closed subspace of the space of all bounded continuous functions BC(R, X).

I) Let λ ∈ ρ(A). We show that λ ∈ ρ(AM ). In fact, as M satisfies condition H1, ∀f ∈ M, R(λ, A)f (·) := (λ − A)−1 f (·) ∈ M. Thus the function R(λ, A)f (·) is a solution to the equation (λ − AM )u = f . Moreover, since λ ∈ ρ(A) it is seen that the above equation has at most one solution. Hence λ ∈ ρ(AM ). Moreover, it is seen that R(λ, AM ) ≤ R(λ, A) . Similarly, we can show that if λ ∈ ρ(A), then λ ∈ ρ(A) and R(λ, A) ≤ R(λ, A) . ii) The proof of the second assertion can be done in the same way.