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14) Proof. 7 where Ω = 32 κ Ω. 6. Remark. g. [a, b ] ⊂ R, 1 2 < α ≤ 1, 0 < β ≤ 1, α + β > 1, R > 0, G(x, τ, t) = −h(x, τ + εα sin(τ /ε)) εα sin(t/ε) − λ p (τ + εα sin(τ /ε)) εβ sin (t/(λ ε)) , where 0 < ε ≤ 1, 0 ≤ λ ≤ 1, h : B(R) × [a − 1, b + 1] → X, p : [a − 1, b + 1] → X , ∂ h(x, τ ) is Lipschitzian with respect to x, τ D1 h(x, τ ) = ∂x and D p (s) = d p (s) is Lipschitzian . 8) and vice versa. 7) are fulfilled if ψ1 (σ) = κ σ α , ψ2 (σ) = κ σ β for 0 ≤ σ ≤ 1 and ψ1 (σ) = ψ2 (σ) = κ σ for 1 ≤ σ .

Similarly for U (·, t) for a given t ∈ R. If a, b ∈ R, a ≤ b, we put [a, b ] = {t ∈ R ; a ≤ t ≤ b}. If v : [a, b ] → X, then ∫ b (R) v(t) dt a denotes the classical Riemann integral. 2. Definition. U is SR-integrable (Strongly Riemann integrable) on [a, b ] and u is an SR-primitive of U on [a, b ] if there exists ξ0 ∈ R+ such that (τ, t) ∈ Dom U for τ, t ∈ [a, b ], τ − ξ0 ≤ t ≤ τ + ξ0 , for every ε > 0 there exists ξ > 0 k ∑ such that ∥u(ti ) − u(ti−1 ) − U (τi , ti ) + U (τi , ti−1 )∥ ≤ ε i=1 for every set A = (t0 , τ1 , t1 , τ2 , t2 , .

1) on [a, b ], [S, T ] ⊂ [a, b ]. 1) on [S, T ]. Proof. 4. 8 . Definition. Let Dom g ⊂ B(r) × R2 , g : Dom g → X. 7) on [a, b ] if (u(τ ), τ, τ ) ∈ Dom g for τ ∈ [a, b ] and if du (t) = g(u(t), t, t) for t ∈ [a, b ] . 9. Lemma. Let [a, b ] ⊂ R, r> 0, g: B(r)× [a, b ]2 → X and u: [a, b ] → B(r). Let g and u be continuous. Put Dom G = B(r) × [a, b ] 2 , and ∫ G(x, τ, t) = (R) t g(x, τ, s) ds f or (x, τ, t) ∈ Dom G . 9) a Then ∫ ∫ T (SR) T Dt G(u(τ ), τ, t) = (R) S g(u(s), s, s) ds . 10) S Proof. 10) exist.

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