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Now we give another important alternative proof. Consider bounded operators An = −λn I + λ2n RA (λn ), where λn ∈ R and λn → ∞. We show that limn→∞ An x = Ax for any x ∈ D(A). Consider x ∈ D(A), then An x = λn RA (λn )Ax. Noting that limn→∞ λn RA (λn )x = x for any x ∈ X, we obtain An x → Ax, x ∈ D(A). Since operators An are bounded, we can deﬁne a semigroup generated by each operator An in the form of the following series 2 etAn = e−λn t+λn RA (λn )t = e−λn t ∞ k=0 (λ2n t)k RA (λn )k , k! (λn − ω)k ≤ Ke2ωt , λn > 2ω.

0 Moreover, r(λ) has an analytic extension to λ∈C ©2001 CRC Press LLC ©2001 CRC Press LLC Re λ > ω . 2 Let n ∈ {0}∪N, ω ∈ R, K > 0. 6) if and only if there exists a ≥ max{ω, 0} such that (a, ∞) ⊂ ρ(A) and (k) RA (λ) K k! 7) λn (λ − ω)k+1 for all λ > a, and k = 0, 1, . . In this case ∞ RA (λ) = λn+1 e−λt V (t)dt, 0 λ > a. ✷ Hence, for n = 0 we have the equivalence of existence of an integrated semigroup and MFPHY-type condition. 1, but the fact is that integrated semigroups, in contrast to C0 -semigroups, may have not densely deﬁned generators.

3 Let n ∈ N and let A be the generator of a local n-times integrated semigroup {V (t), t ∈ [0, T )}, then 1) for x ∈ D(A), t ∈ [0, T ) V (t)x ∈ D(A) and AV (t)x = V (t)Ax; 2) for x ∈ D(A), t ∈ [0, T ) V (t)x = tn x+ n! 9) 0 3) if D(A) = X, then for x ∈ X, t ∈ [0, T ) t 0 t V (s)xds ∈ D(A), A 0 V (s)xds = V (t)x − tn x; n! 4) D(A) = X if and only if C n (T ) = X. 4 The local Cauchy problem u (t) = Au(t), t ∈ [0, T ), u(0) = x, (CP) is said to be n-well-posed if for any x ∈ D(An+1 ) there exists a unique solution satisfying sup t∈[0,τ ]⊂[0,T ) for some constant Kτ .