Nonuniform Exponential Dichotomies and Lyapunov Regularity The more general notion of nonuniform exponential dichotomy plays a similar role under much weaker assumptions. On the other hand, for nonautonomous linear equations v′ = A(t)v with global solutions, we show here that this more general notion is in fact as weak as possible: namely. stability for the linear equation, although this requirement is dramatically restrictive for a nonautonomous system. Incidentally, this assumption is analogous to the restrictive requirement of existence of an exponential dichotomy for the evolution operator of a nonautonomous equation in the case when there exist simultaneously positive and. This book contains a systematic exposition of the elements of the asymptotic stability theory of general non-autonomous dynamical systems in metric spaces with an emphasis on the application for different classes of non-autonomous evolution equations (Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs), Difference Equations (DEs), Functional-Differential. L. Barreira and C. Valls, Robustness of nonuniform exponential dichotomies in Banach spaces, J. Differential Equations, (), – \ref\key 3 ––––, Stability of Nonautonomous Differential Equations, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, , Springer () \ref\key 4 ––––, Polynomial contractions and Lyapunov regularity Cited by:

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