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371] . 3 In the case where 9 = AP(X ) the condition iv) in Theorem 1 . 20 can be replaced by the condition that X does not contain Co (see [8, Proposition 3 . 1 , p . 369]) . Another alternative o f the condition iv) i s the total ergodicity of u which i s defined as follows: u E BUC(R, X ) i s called totally ergodic if M1Ju := lim T -+ OO 1 27 - j T -T . 6] , [192] ) . Another case i n which the condition iv) can b e dropped is that sp(u) is discrete (see [12] ) . From this remark the following example is obvious: Example 1 .

We consider the equation ( 2 . 10 ) AX - P(t)x = y , where y E X is given. If X is a solution to Eq. 1O ) , then AX y + w , where U(t, O) (A - P) � l U ( I , t)y. Conversely, defining X by this equation, it follows that (A - P(t))x = y so p(P(t) ) :::> p(P) \ {O} . The second assertion follows by the periodicity. Finally, the above formula involving x proves the third assertion. 2 In view of the above lemma, below, in connection with spectral prop erties of the monodromy operators, the terminology " monodromy operators" may be referred to as the operator P if this does not cause any danger of confusion.

15 sp(f) C I1b (f) . 4. A Spectral Criterion for Almost Periodicity of a Function Suppose that we know beforehand that f E BUC ( R, X). It is often possible to establish the almost periodicity of this function starting from certain a priori infor mation about its spectrum. CHAPTER 1 . PRELIMINARIES 29 Theorem 1 . 2 0 Let £ and 9 be closed, translation invariant subspaces of the space BUC(R, X ) and suppose that i) 9 c £ ,- ii) 9 contains all constant functions which belong to £ ,iii) £ and 9 are invariant under multiplications by e i e · for all � E R, iv) whenever f E 9 and F E £, where F(t) = J� f (s)ds, then F E g .