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Let Ij(i)I ·lt 2 - tIl for some flying between t1 and t2 (by the Intermediate Value Theorem) < Mo=( which establishes the uniform continuity of f . 5. (Convex Set) A subset K of R" is said to be convex if for every x, y E K and for every a E [0,1], we have ax + (1 - a)y E K . 18 2. 6. (Convex Function) A function f : JC 1-+ R is said to be convex over the convex set JC if V x, Y E JC and V a E [0,1], we have f(ax + (1- a)y) :::; af(x) + (1 - a)f(y). The function f( x) = x 2 is convex over R because f(ax + (1- a)y) < a 2x2 + (1 - a)2 y2 + 2a(1 - a)xy a 2x2 + (1 _ a)2 y2 + a(l _ a)(x 2 + y2) (since ±2xy :::; x 2 + y2) af(x) + (1- a)f(y) We now present two examples to show that sometimes a property which may seem intuitively obvious may not even be true.

S. s. s. or stable, no conclusions can be drawn about the stability of e , = O. 5 can be found in [44]. 52) indicates that certain classes of nonlinear systems can be approximated by linear ones in the neighbourhood of an equilibrium point or , as often called in practice, an operating point. 52) . 53) are given by the following theorem. 6. Let 1lcI>(t, r)1I denote the induced matrix norm of cI>(t, r) at each time t ;:::: To. s. s. s. s. s. s. , u. s. respectively. 54) are given by the following theorems.

Oo In(1 + t) = 00. Nevertheless, f E L l e since for any finite oo t , fo Ift(r)ldr = f; liT dr = In(1 + t) < 00. 3 Some Properties of Functions In the study of adaptive systems, we are quite often interested in establishing the asymptotic convergence of cert ain signals to zero. The establishment of such a property usually requires the use of fairly sophisticated arguments involving properties of functions of time. In this section , our objective is to discuss some of these relevant properties and to also demonstrate via simple examples that sometimes properties which may seem intuitively obvious may not even be true.