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By Igor Chueshov

The purpose of this booklet is to provide a lately constructed process compatible for investigating various qualitative points of order-preserving random dynamical platforms and to offer the history for extra improvement of the idea. the most items thought of are equilibria and attractors. The effectiveness of this technique is established by means of analysing the long-time behaviour of a few periods of random and stochastic usual differential equations which come up in lots of functions.

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The idea of the proof is borrowed from Crauel/Flandoli [36]. 1 gives that D(ω) = g(ω, Y ), where Y is a Polish space, g(ω, ·) is continuous for all ω ∈ Ω and g(·, y) is measurable for all y ∈ Y . Therefore for every x ∈ X we have d(t, ω) := distX (x, ϕ(t, θ−t ω)D(θ−t ω)) = inf distX (x, ϕ(t, θ−t ω)g(θ−t ω, yk )) , k where {yk } is a dense sequence in Y . Since (t, ω) → (t, θ−t ω) is a measurable mapping and (t, ω) → dk (t, ω) := distX (x, ϕ(t, ω)g(ω, yk )) is a measurable function, the function (t, ω) → dk (t, θ−t ω) is also measurable.

Proof. The idea of the proof is borrowed from Crauel/Flandoli [36]. 1 gives that D(ω) = g(ω, Y ), where Y is a Polish space, g(ω, ·) is continuous for all ω ∈ Ω and g(·, y) is measurable for all y ∈ Y . Therefore for every x ∈ X we have d(t, ω) := distX (x, ϕ(t, θ−t ω)D(θ−t ω)) = inf distX (x, ϕ(t, θ−t ω)g(θ−t ω, yk )) , k where {yk } is a dense sequence in Y . Since (t, ω) → (t, θ−t ω) is a measurable mapping and (t, ω) → dk (t, ω) := distX (x, ϕ(t, ω)g(ω, yk )) is a measurable function, the function (t, ω) → dk (t, θ−t ω) is also measurable.

34) τ ≥n and dist(x, bn ) ≤ 1/n, n = 1, 2, . .. 34) that there exist tn ≥ n and yn ∈ D(θtn ω) such that bn = ϕ(tn , θ−tn ω)yn . 33) for these tn and yn . 33). It is obvious that for any t > 0 there exists tn such that ϕ(tn , θ−tn ω)yn ∈ ϕ(τ, θ−τ ω)D(θ−τ ω) ⊂ τ ≥t ϕ(τ, θ−τ ω)D(θ−τ ω) . τ ≥t Therefore x∈ ϕ(τ, θ−τ ω)D(θ−τ ω) for all t > 0. τ ≥t This implies that x ∈ ΓD (ω). 1 provides us with a description of omegalimit sets. But it does not guarantee that they are nonempty. The following assertion gives us conditions under which ΓD (ω) is nonempty.

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