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By Roger Godement

Ce 4?me quantity de l'ouvrage Analyse math?matique initiera le lecteur ? l'analyse fonctionnelle (int?gration, espaces de Hilbert, examine harmonique en th?orie des groupes) et aux m?thodes de los angeles th?orie des fonctions modulaires (s?ries L et theta, fonctions elliptiques, utilization de l'alg?bre de Lie de SL2). Tout comme pour les volumes 1 ? three, on reconna?tra ici encore, le variety inimitable de l'auteur et pas seulement par son refus de l'ecriture condens?e en utilization dans de nombreux manuels. Mariant judicieusement les math?matiques dites 'modernes' et' classiques', l. a. premi?re partie (Int?gration) est d'utilit? universelle tandis que l. a. seconde oriente le lecteur vers un domaine de recherche sp?cialis? et tr?s actif, avec de vastes g?n?ralisations possibles.

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There exists a subsequence (sn) such that the sequence (f{t+Sn,x)) is uniformly convergent int eR andx G E. 8. 69. Let f : R x E —^ E be almost periodic in t for each t G E, and assume that f satisfies a Lipschitz condition in x uniformly int E:R, that is p{f{t^x)J{t,y)) for all t E R and x, (j> :R-^

Such that (fn) converges uniformly to f on R, then f is also almost periodic. The following Criterion due to Bochner is a key result. 61. ^ o c h n e r ' s Criterion). Let E be a Frechet space, that is a Hausdorff locally convex space whose topology is induced by a complete and invariant metric. Then f € C(R, E) is almost periodic if and only if for every sequence of real numbers {s'^, there exists a subsequence (sn) such that {f(t + Sn)) converges uniformly m t € M. Now we denote AP(E) the set of all almost periodic functions R -> £*, where £* is a Frechet space.

1) We will present various conditions for ensuring almost automorphy of the classical and/or mild solutions. We start with the simplest case ^ = A G C. 1. Let X be a uniformly convex (complex) Banach space. Suppose f G AA{X). 1) is in AA{X). 1) admits solutions of the form e^<*-'")/(r)dr, if R e A > 0 and X2it) = f e^^*-^^f(r)dr, if ReA < 0. J —OO Let us prove that they are almost automorphic. We start with Let s = t — r; then we can write x^(t) = - I e^'f(t-s)ds. J —CX) Let (5^) be an arbitrary sequence of real numbers.

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