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1) for all λ P p´8, ´µq and n P N˚ . In this case, }T ptq} ď c eµt for all t P r0, 8q. Proof. 1) is valid for every λ P p´8, ´µq, n P N˚ . 1) is valid for every λ P p´8, ´µq and n P N˚ , then we conclude as follows. RA p´pn ` µqq for all n P N˚ . 2) This is an operator which is linear on some linear space that is not yet embedded into a Banach space. 52 4 Strongly Continuous Semigroups for every ξ P DpAq. For the proof, let η P DpAq and n P N˚ . RA p´pn ` µqqη “ η . RA p´pn ` µqq “ idX . 2). In the next step, we define for every n P N˚ a corresponding S n : r0, 8q Ñ LpX, Xq by S n ptq :“ expp´tAn q for every t P r0, 8q.

6) 0 for all t P r0, 8q. In the final step, we conclude that A is also closed. For this, let pξ, ηq P GpAq and ξ0 , ξ1 , . . a sequence in DpAq such that lim ξν “ ξ and νÑ8 lim Aξν “ η . 6) for t P p0, 1s 1 1 . pT ptqξν ´ ξν q “ ´ . t t żt T psqAξν ds . 7) 0 In addition, ›ż t › żt żt › › › T psqAξν ds ´ T psqη ds› ď }T psqpAξν ´ ηq} ds ď Ct }Aξν ´ η} › › 0 0 0 where C P r0, 8q is such that }T psq} ď C for all s P r0, 1s. 7) that ż 1 1 t . pT ptqξ ´ ξq “ ´ . T psqη ds . 3), this implies ξ P DpAq and Aξ “ η.

Then it follows for every µ P ρpAq, λ P ρpBq and every ξ P DpAq pA ´ µqξ “ pA ´ Bqξ ` pB ´ λqξ ` pλ ´ µqξ and hence for every η P X pA ´ µqRB pλqη “ pA ´ BqRB pλqη ` η ` pλ ´ µqRB pλqη . 4). 2 Weak Integration of Banach Space-Valued Maps The integration of Banach space-valued maps [49, 52, 225] is an essential tool in the study of semigroups of operators. Most authors use for this the Bochner integral. 26 3 Prerequisites Instead, the so called weak (or Pettis) integral is developed in the following up to the level needed for the remainder of the course.