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Since tn ~ + oo, we may assume, if necessary by taking a subsequence, that tn+l - tn > n for each n. Then setting Tn = tn+l - tn and xtn = xn we have xn ~ y, xn (tn+l - tn) = xtn+l ~ y, and Tn = tn+I - tn ~ + oo. Thus y E J+ (y) and y is non-wandering. A slightly deeper result is the following. 14 Theorem. Let P C X be such that every x E Pis either positively or negatively Poisson stable. Then every x E P is non-wandering. Proof. Let {xn} in P and xn ~ x. We must prove that x E J+ (x). Indeed for each n we have_ either xn EA+ (xn) or xn E A-(xn).

2 A-(x) =- {y E X: there is a sequence {tn} in R with tn--+ - oo and xtn--+ y}. For any x EX, the set A+ (x) is called its pos1:tive (or omega) limit set, and the set A-(x) is called its negative (or alpha) limit set. Exercise. A-(x) y (x). (Partial converses of this statement hold. 2 = Before proceeding further we give some examples of limit sets. 3 Examples of Limi:t Sets. 2 2* dr dt =r(l- r), 20 II. Elementary Concepts It can easily be verified that the solutions are unique and all solutions are defined on R.

YoRKE [1]. Some criteria due to N. P. BHATIA, A. LAZER and G. P. SzEGO [1] and to N. P. BHATIA and G. P. SzEGo are also presented in V,3 of this book in the context of the relations between the properties of sets and of their regions of attraction. Section 3. The definition of limit sets is due to G. D. BIRKHOFF [1, vol. 1, pp. 654672]. This concept had been previously used by H. PoINCARE without a formal definition. 1) of limit set were used by S. LEFSCHETZ [2] and by T. URA [4]. 6 is due to N.

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