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U \ s ) d s < 0 Jo and also to(7)|2 - K O I2 < 0 for all t e [0, 7]. Thus |u (7 )|2 < |n(r)|2 < |m(0)|2 for all t € [0, 7]. However since u(T) = k (0) we have |«(f)|2 = |m(0)|2 for all t € [0 ,7 ]. 12) is true in this case. PERIODIC SOLUTIONS OF INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL INCLUSIONS Case (2): 19 \u(s\)\ < r for some s\ e [0, T], Let \u(t)\ assume its maximum at S2 and its minimum at S3 in[0, T], Notice \u(s$)\ < r. As before l«(7’)|2 < |« te )|2 + 2 |ij|i and \u (s 2)\2 < |«(0)|2 + 2 |»j | i . 12) is true in this case also.

Then Xh •= {f/iy •= ^ + A„r/ : n = 0, . . , N — 1 , 7 = 1 , . . , m) is the set of collocation points. Furthermore let Z/, := ) | n = 0 , . . , N - 1}. Note that tn = (tn+ ) and tn+\ = (¿/I+1—) always will belong to the interval /„, as well as tni = (i„i+) if x\ — 0 and tnm = (tnm—) if xm — 1. Usually this is not expressed in the notation. To obtain a natural representation for elements of S (—1, m + 1, &>/,) we consider the following interpolation problem: For a given function x find a polynomial p of degree < m with /7(0) = *(0) and p'(Tj) = x \ x ;), y = 1 , .

3) and we are finished. It remains to prove the claim. There are two cases to consider, either there exists s\ € [0, T ] with |w(j i )| < r or |m(^)| > r for all s e [0, T]. s)| > r for all s e [0, T]. 9) imply |m( 0 |2 — |m(0)|2 = 2 f u { s ) . u \ s ) d s < 0 Jo and also to(7)|2 - K O I2 < 0 for all t e [0, 7]. Thus |u (7 )|2 < |n(r)|2 < |m(0)|2 for all t € [0, 7]. However since u(T) = k (0) we have |«(f)|2 = |m(0)|2 for all t € [0 ,7 ]. 12) is true in this case. PERIODIC SOLUTIONS OF INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL INCLUSIONS Case (2): 19 \u(s\)\ < r for some s\ e [0, T], Let \u(t)\ assume its maximum at S2 and its minimum at S3 in[0, T], Notice \u(s$)\ < r.

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