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By Florian Cajori

ISBN-10: 0486621847

ISBN-13: 9780486621845

ISBN-10: 1418165557

ISBN-13: 9781418165550

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It is easy to see that x ( t ) 1 - c/b is a positive steady state. 15) y(t) = -by(t) cy(t - r ) - ( b - c)y(t)y(t - r ) . = = + + Let p = c/b E ( 0 , l ) and V(y) = y2/2. Then, V(4) = b[-42(o) + p4(0)4J(-r) - (1 - P)42(0)4(-7-)1. Let Gy = {$ : +(s) > -1,-r 5 s 5 0). Then, V ( 4 ) 5 0 for 4 E Gy such that 11$11 = I+(O)l. This shows that Gy is positively invariant (and so is {$ : -1 < 4(s) < p / ( l - p ) } ) . Again, we can argue that yt(4) + 0 in C as t + m for any 4 E Gy. Thus, for any 4 E Go, z(q5)(t)-+ 1 - c/b as t + 00.

2) that stays in G, then w ( 4 ) c M ; that is, zt(4) + M as t + +oo. Proof. Assume that xt(q5) E G, t 2 0, and bounded. Then, { x t ( d ) : t 2 0) is a subset of a compact set in C (since f is completely continuous implies . that i ( t ) is bounded) and therefore has a nonempty w-limit set ~ ( 4 ) Since V is a Liapunov functional, V ( x t ( 4 ) )is nonincreasing and bounded from below, and thus it must approach a limit V, as t + +oo. Since V is continuous on ClG, we must have V ( $ )= V, for every $ E ~ ( 4 ) Hence, .

Let V(z) = s2/2; then, V(4) = -c42(o) + b(b(0)qq-r) - b42(o)$(-r). 14) If 4 E G, 11q511 = I+(O)l (= 4(0), since $(s) 2 0 in this problem). Then, V(4) 5 -b$2(0)q5(-r) 5 0. ) is bounded on [-r, m). We wish to find E and M . First of all, we see that 0 E M . 4 E E if and only if 4 E G and Ilxt(4)ll = Ilq5ll1 for all t 2 0. Let ~ ( t ) x ( + ) ( t ) , q5 E E. 14) implies that x2(t)x(r- r ) = 0. Hence, x(t) = 0 or x ( 1 - r ) = 0. ~ ( 2 = ) 0 leads to lldll = 0 and ~ ( t ) 0 for all t 2 0. z(T - r ) = 0; then, V ( z ( t ) )= - b x 2 ( t ) = 0 again leads to x ( t ) = 0 for all t 2 0.

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