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1 W-upper semicontinuous multivalued mappings and Kakutani theorem Inese Bula ( in collaboration with Oksana Sambure) ( in collaboration with Oksana Sambure) University of Latvia ibula@lanet.lv

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2 Let X and Y be metric spaces. U(x,r) - open ball with center x and radius r. Let. Then is a neighbourhood of the set A. Definition 1. A multivalued mapping is called w-upper semicontinuous at a point if If f is w-upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping for every point of space X, then such a mapping is called w-upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping in space X (or w-u.s.c.).

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3 Every upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping is w-upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping (w>0) but not conversely. Example 1. and 0 1 2 3 4 x y 3 2 1 This mapping is not upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping in point 2: But this mapping is 1-upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping in point 2. It is w-upper semicontinuous multivalued mapping in point 2 for every too.

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4 We consider Definition 2. A multivalued mapping is called w-closed at a point x, if for all convergent sequences which satisfy it follows that If f is w-closed mapping for every point of space X, then such a mapping is called w-closed mapping in space X. In Example 1 considered function is 1-closed in point 2. It is w-closed mapping in point 2 for every too.

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5 Let X, Y be normed spaces. We define a sum f + g of multivalued mappings as follows: We prove Theorem 1. If is w1-u.s.c. and is w2-u.s.c., then f + g is (w1+w2)-u.s.c. Corollary. If is w-u.s.c. and is u.s.c., then f + g is w-u.s.c.

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6 Let X, Y be metric spaces. It is known for u.s.c.: If K is compact subset of X and is compact-valued u.s.c., then the set is compact. If is compact-valued w-u.s.c., then it is possible that is not compact even if K is compact subset of X. Example 2. Suppose the mapping is y 3 2 1 0 1 2 x 2.5 2.3 This mapping is compact-valued and 0.5-u.s.c., its domain is compact set [0,2], but this set is not compact, only bounded.

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7 We prove Theorem 2. Let is compact-valued w-u.s.c. If is compact set, then is bounded set. Theorem 3. If multivalued mapping is w-u.s.c. and for every the image set f(x) is closed, then f is w-closed. In Example 1 considered mapping is 1-u.s.c., compact-valued and 1-closed. Is it regularity? We can observe: if mapping is w-closed, then it is possible that there is a point such that the image is not closed set. For example,

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8 Analog of Kakutani theorem Theorem 4. Let K be a compact convex subset of normed space X. Let be a w-u.s.c. multivalued mapping. Assume that for every, the image f(x) is a convex closed subset of K. Then there exists such that, that is B(x,r) - closed ball with center x and radius r.

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9 Idea of PROOF. We define mapping This mapping satisfies the assumptions of the Kakutani theorem: If C be a compact convex subset of normed space X and if be a closed and convex-valued multivalued mapping, then there exists at least one fixed point of mapping f. Then It follows (f is w-u.s.c. multivalued mapping!) Therefore

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10 In one-valued mapping case we have: Definition 1. A mapping is called w-continuous at a point if If f is w-continuous mapping for every point of space X, then such a mapping is called w-continuous mapping in space X. Corollary. Let K be a compact convex subset of normed space X. Let is w-continuous mapping. Then

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11 References I.Bula, Stability of the Bohl-Brouwer-Schauder theorem, Nonlinear Analysis, Theory, Methods & Applications, V.26, P.1859-1868, 1996. M.Burgin, A. Šostak, Towards the theory of continuity defect and continuity measure for mappings of metric spaces, Latvijas Universitātes Zinātniskie Raksti, V.576, P.45-62, 1992. M.Burgin, A. Šostak, Fuzzyfication of the Theory of Continuous Functions, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, V.62, P.71-81, 1994. O.Zaytsev, On discontinuous mappings in metric spaces, Proc. of the Latvian Academy of Sciences, Section B, v.52, 259-262, 1998.

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