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To prove the convergence of the integrals Sj,n(t),} = 1,3, we estimate their integrands on the respective paths of integration and find for A = a + iT E rj , } = 1,3 IleAtR(A:A)1I = leAtIIIR(A:A)11 ~ e2atlTI-btqTI = Ce2atITII-bt. 15) where C 1 is a constant independent of t. Thus for t > 21b, Sj,n(t)j = 1,3 converge in B(X) and the convergence is uniform in t on every compact subinterval of (2Ib, (0). 9). 11) we proceed similarly. First, we 56 Semigroups of Linear Operators note that S;(t) exists for t ~ O.
31) holds for every x E D(A 2 ). 31) holds for every x E X whence the result. 8. Two Exponential Formulas As we have already mentioned a Co semigroup T( t) is equal in some sense to etA where A is the infinitesimal generator of T(t). Equality holds if A is a bounded linear operator. 5 gives one possible interpretation to the sense in which T( t) "equals" etA. In this section we give two more results of the same nature. 1. Let T(t) be a Co semigroup on X. O and the limit is uniform in t on any bounded interval [0, T).
This short section is devoted to the characterization of the resolvent family of an operator A in X by means of its main properties. Let A be a closed and densely defined operator on X and let R(A: A) = (AI - A)-I be its resolvent. If IL and A are in the resolvent set p(A) of A, then we have the resolvent identity R(A: A) - R(IL: A) = (IL - A)R(A: A)R(IL: A). 1) This identity motivates our next definition. 1. Let fl be a subset of the complex plane. 2) is called a pseudo resolvent on fl. Our main objective in this section is to determine conditions under which there exists a densely defined closed linear operator A such that J(A) is the resolvent family of A.