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D -*□ X be a generalized sequence of elements in a metric space X. We call / a

generalized Cauchy sequence in X, if, for each e > 0, there

that g(f(p), f(q)) < e if p Si d0, q Si d0. 5 Lemma. If f is a generalized Cauchy ...

D -*□ X be a generalized sequence of elements in a metric space X. We call / a

generalized Cauchy sequence in X, if, for each e > 0, there

**exists**a d0e D, suchthat g(f(p), f(q)) < e if p Si d0, q Si d0. 5 Lemma. If f is a generalized Cauchy ...

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Under the hypotheses of Exercise 37, show that there

4>„{x)dx if and only if the functions ^=_xkm„an<f>n(x), m ^ 1, are uniformly

bounded and equicontinuous. 89 Let {a„}, — oo < n < -f oo, be a bounded

sequence of ...

Under the hypotheses of Exercise 37, show that there

**exists**/ in C with an = $n{x)4>„{x)dx if and only if the functions ^=_xkm„an<f>n(x), m ^ 1, are uniformly

bounded and equicontinuous. 89 Let {a„}, — oo < n < -f oo, be a bounded

sequence of ...

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Show that m is potentially invariant if and only if the limit ih(e) = lim^^n-1 ^"Zo ^((p

-'e)

m(e). Hint. Consider the space of all //-continuous elements of ca(S, E).

Show that m is potentially invariant if and only if the limit ih(e) = lim^^n-1 ^"Zo ^((p

-'e)

**exists**for each e e E, and that in is an element of ca(S, E) satisfying m(<f-1e) =m(e). Hint. Consider the space of all //-continuous elements of ca(S, E).

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