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In other literature, there is another deﬁnition of ρ(A): ρ(A) = λ ∈ C : D((λI − A)−1 ) is dense in X and (λI − A)−1 is bounded on its domain . , Belleni-Morante and McBride [33]). 3. If A is not necessarily closed, (λI − A)−1 may be extended to the whole space X. 7. The operator deﬁned by R(λ; A) ≡ (λI − A)−1 (whenever it exists) is called the resolvent operator. The resolvent operator plays a very crucial role in the study of the local and/or global well-posedness of solutions to differential equations.

This means that we have to study the structure of solutions to these two operator equations and hence investigate the spectrum and resolvent of operator A. Moreover, in the theory of semigroups of linear operators we often need to investigate the properties of the spectrum of the inﬁnitesimal generator. In what follows, we assume that X is a complex Banach space. , N(A) = {x ∈ X : Ax = 0}. 5. Let A : X ⊇ D(A) → X be a closed operator, λ ∈ C. If there exists 0 = x ∈ D(A) such that Ax = λx, then we call λ an eigenvalue of A.

Let A : X ⊇ D(A) → X be a closed linear operator, λ ∈ C. If λI − A : D(A) → X is a one-to-one correspondence, and (λI − A)−1 is a bounded linear operator, then we say that λ is a regular value of A. The set of all regular values of A is called the resolvent set of A, denoted by ρ(A). When λ ∈ ρ(A), R(λ; A) ≡ (λI − A)−1 is called the resolvent of A at λ. The set of complex numbers which are not regular values of A is called the spectral set of A, denoted by σ (A). Every point in σ (A) is called a spectral point.