By David M. Young, Robert Todd Gregory, Mathematics
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One can also prove the above lemma by means of the variation of constants formula (for details, see Zhang and Gopalsamy [1990}). 2. 13. (Ladas et al. [1983a]) Let r be a nonnegative number and p(t) be a continuous positive valued function on [0,00). 67 Then every solution of x(t) + p(t)x(t - r) satisfies =0 limt-+oo x(t) = O. Proof. 66), a-I exists and limt-+oo u(t) = 00. Moreover, a( t - r) = I t r - to =u- l p( s ) ds it to p( s ) ds - 1t p( s ) ds t-r U- 1(U) u- 1 (u)-r and hence t - r = = a-I (u _ p(s)ds riu- 1 (u) p(s) dS).
14. 69) satisfy limt-+oox(t) = O. 77 V(td = v(x(t l + 2q)) > O. 16 there exists a t2 E (tl + q, t2 + 2q) such that X(t2) = O. 78 v(x(t)) ~ sup v(x(s)) for t ~ t 2. SE[t1-q,t2] This implies V(td ~ 0 which is a contradiction. Thus, there exists no tl > 0 satisfying V(td > 0 and hence V(t) ~ 0 for all t ~ to. But this means V(t) ~ V(to) for t ~ to + 2q. 17 we have v(x(t)) ~ on [ sup sE[to+2q,td v(x(S))] , t ~ tn. 79) and this completes the proof. 80 where H : [0,00) -+ [0,00), belongs to a class of kernels specified below.
108), [exp(au - be")w(u)]I~m = aAO w(s) = exp [(e 8 - 1" Tm e(ot-be')etw(t + e) dt, eTm)b - a(s - Tm)]W(Tm) +exp[(be 8 -as)]AOa l r etexp[at-bet]w(t+e)dt. Tm This expression implies that I w(s) I ~ Mm exp[(e" - eTm)b - a(s - Tm)] + exp[be" - as]AOI a IMm ~ 1 ete(ot-be') dt Tm Mmexp[(e8 - eTm ) - a(s - Tm)] + Mm exp(be 8 - as) rib lete(ot-be') dt. 2. 110), Iw(s) I :S Mm exp [(e eTm)b + Mm - Mmexp [(e + MmO(e- Tm ) = Mrn [1 + O(e- Tm )] , S 8 - S - o:(s - Tm)] eTm)b - o:(s - T m )] E I rn +1 . 113 m = 1,2,3 ...
A Survey of Numerical Mathematics [Vol I] by David M. Young, Robert Todd Gregory, Mathematics