Theory and Modern Applications

# Stable invariant manifolds with impulses and growth rates

## Abstract

This paper is devoted to the study of stable and unstable behaviors with growth rates $$e^{c\rho(t)}$$ for impulsive differential equations, where $$\rho(t)$$ is some increasing continuous function. By the techniques of impulsive analysis, we obtain the existence of stable invariant manifolds for the impulsive perturbed equation provided that the linear equation admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy and f, g are sufficiently small Lipschitz perturbation. We also consider the case of exponential contraction and show that the asymptotic stability persists under sufficiently small nonlinear perturbations. In addition, we study how the manifolds vary with the perturbations.

## 1 Introduction

The theory of impulsive differential equations is attracting much attention in recent years. This is mostly because impulsive differential equations efficiently describe many phenomena arising in engineering, physics, and science as well (see e.g. [1, 2]). We consider the class of impulsive linear equations in $$R^{n}$$, given by

$$\left \{ \textstyle\begin{array}{@{}l} x^{\prime}=A(t)x,\quad t\geq0,t\neq\tau_{i},\\ \triangle x(\tau_{i})=B_{i}x,\quad i=1,2,\ldots, \end{array}\displaystyle \right .$$
(1)

where $$A(t)$$ is a $$n\times n$$ matrix such that the function $$t\rightarrow A(t)$$ has at most discontinuities of the first kind at the points $$\tau_{i}$$, $$B_{i}$$, $$i=1,2\ldots$$ are $$n\times n$$ matrices, and the impulsive times $$0<\tau_{1}<\tau_{2}<\cdots$$ satisfy $$\lim_{i\rightarrow\infty}\tau_{i}=\infty$$, $$\triangle x(\tau_{i})=x(\tau^{+}_{i})-x(\tau^{-}_{i})$$, $$x(\tau^{+}_{i})=\lim_{h\rightarrow0^{+}}x(\tau_{i}+h)$$, $$x(\tau ^{-}_{i})=\lim_{h\rightarrow0^{-}}x_{i}(\tau_{i}+h)$$, $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ . By a solution x of (1), we mean a real function on $$[0,\infty)$$ of class $$C^{1}$$ outside the points $$\tau_{i}$$ such that x is left-continuous (thus, $$\triangle x(\tau_{i})=x(\tau^{+}_{i})-x(\tau_{i})$$), and x satisfies $$x^{\prime}(t)=A(t)x(t)$$ at each point $$t\in[0,\infty)$$ with the possible exception of the points $$t=\tau_{i}$$ and $$\triangle x(\tau_{i})=B_{i}x$$ for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ . We always assume that (1) has a unique solution and all solutions of (1) are global.

It is well known that the notion of exponential dichotomy, going back to Perron in [3], plays an important role in invariant manifolds of differential equation. The theory of the exponential dichotomy and its applications are widely developed. We can refer to the books [46] for details and references. There are a lot of linear differential equations with exponential dichotomy. For example, Sacker and Sell [710] investigated sufficiently conditions for the existence of exponential dichotomy, also in the infinite-dimensional setting. In [11], Barreira and Valls discussed the much weaker notion of a nonuniform exponential dichotomy. In [12], the authors obtained the integral conditions for a nonuniform polynomial dichotomy. This theory of nonuniform hyperbolicity goes back to the landmark works of Oseledets [13]. For detailed expositions of parts of nonuniform hyperbolicity theory, we can refer to [14].

We note that the study of robustness in the case of uniform exponential behavior has a long history. For example, Massera and Schäffer [15] discussed robustness of uniform exponential behavior in Banach spaces. Perron [3], and Dale’ckiĭ and Kreĭn [5] also studied the robust stability of solution of differential equation under uniform behavior. For more recent work we refer to [1618]. In particular, in [16], Barreira and Valls studied the existence of stable invariant manifold for the linear equation under any sufficiently small nonlinear perturbation f.

However, there are few papers that consider the case of nonuniform behavior for impulsive dynamical systems. For instance, we refer the reader to the works of Barreira and Valls. For example, in [19], they studied the existence of nonuniform exponential dichotomy, and obtained sharp lower and upper bound for the regularity coefficient. In [20], the existence of invariant stable manifolds is established under sufficiently small perturbations of a linear equation and they showed that the invariant manifolds are also of class $$C^{1}$$ outside the impulsive points. In [21], the authors studied invariant manifolds for impulsive equations under nonuniform polynomial dichotomies. The existence and robustness of nonuniform $$(h, k, \mu, \nu )$$-dichotomies for nonautonomous impulsive differential equations are obtained in [22].

In the recent years, general stable and unstable behaviors with growth rates of the form $$e^{c\rho(t)}$$ for a function $$\rho(t)$$ are exhibited by Barreira and Valls [2325]. This type of behavior is called a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy. A linear equation with this general asymptotic behavior may have all Lyapunov exponents zero or all Lyapunov exponents infinite besides the usual case $$\rho(t)=t$$. For example, in [23] the authors showed that for ρ in a large class of rate functions, any linear equation (1) in a finite-dimensional space has a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy. In [25], they showed that a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy is robust under sufficiently small linear perturbations.

Our main aims in the present paper are as follows:

(1) We establish the existence of invariant stable manifolds for the impulsive perturbed equations

$$\left \{ \textstyle\begin{array}{@{}l} x^{\prime}=A(t)x+f(t,x),\quad t\geq0,t\neq\tau_{i},\\ \triangle x(\tau_{i})=B_{i}x+g_{i}(\tau_{i},x),\quad i=1,2,\ldots, \end{array}\displaystyle \right .$$
(2)

where $$f:R^{+}\times R^{n}\rightarrow R^{n}$$ is a piecewise continuous function in $$t\geq0$$ at most with discontinuous of the first kind at the time $$\tau_{i}$$ satisfying $$f(t,0)=0$$ and $$g_{i}:R^{+}\times R^{n}\rightarrow R^{n}$$, $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ , are continuous functions satisfying $$g_{i}(t,0)=0$$. To obtain the desired results, some techniques of impulsive analysis and a careful control of impulsive times over the whole proof are considered because impulses create some technical difficulties.

(2) We study the behavior of the manifolds under the perturbations showing that the manifolds vary with the perturbations f and g.

The organization of this paper is as follows. In Section 2, we show that the asymptotic stability of a ρ-nonuniform exponential contraction persists under sufficiently small nonlinear perturbations. In Section 3, we establish stable manifolds theorem under sufficiently small perturbation of nonuniform exponential dichotomy. We also study the behavior of the manifolds under the perturbations in Section 4, Finally, an example is given to illustrate the applicability of the results in Section 5.

## 2 Stability for ρ-nonuniform exponential contractions

In this section, we show that the asymptotic stability of a ρ-nonuniform exponential contraction persists under sufficiently small nonlinear perturbations. We recall the notion of a ρ-nonuniform exponential contraction.

Let $$T(t,s)$$ be the linear operator satisfying $$x(t)=T(t,s)x(s)$$ for any solution of (1) and each $$t,s\geq0$$. Consider an increasing function $$\rho:R^{+}\rightarrow R^{+}$$ with $$\rho(0)=0$$ and $$\rho(t)\rightarrow\infty$$ as $$t\rightarrow\infty$$, we say that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential contraction, if for some constants $$\mu<0$$, $$a\geq0$$, and $$D\geq1$$, we have

$$\bigl\| T(t,s)\bigr\| \leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)},\quad t\geq s\geq0.$$
(3)

We assume that the following conditions hold:

(H1):

there exist functions $$b(t)\geq0$$, $$c(t)\geq0$$ such that for $$t\geq0$$, $$x,y\in R^{n}$$,

$$\bigl\| f(t,x)-f(t,y)\bigr\| \leq b(t)\|x-y\|$$

and

$$\bigl\| g_{i}(t,x)-g_{i}(t,y)\bigr\| \leq c(t)\|x-y\|;$$
(H2):

$$0< M= \sup_{s\geq0}\{\int^{\infty}_{s}b(\tau)e^{a \rho(\tau)}\,d\tau\}<\infty$$;

(H3):

$$\Upsilon= \sup_{s\geq0}\{\sum_{\tau_{i}\geq s}c(\tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})}\}<\infty$$.

For example, taking $$a=1$$, $$\rho(t)=t$$, $$b(t)=c(t)=\frac {1}{10}e^{-2t}$$, $$\tau_{i}=i$$, $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ , we obtain

$$M= \sup_{s\geq0} \biggl\{ \int^{\infty}_{s}b( \tau)e^{a \rho(\tau)}\,d\tau \biggr\} =\sup_{s\geq0} \biggl\{ \frac{1}{10}\int^{\infty }_{s}e^{-\tau}\,d \tau \biggr\} =\frac{1}{10}$$

and

$$\Upsilon= \sup_{s\geq0} \biggl\{ \sum _{\tau_{i}\geq s}c( \tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \biggr\} =\sup _{s\geq0} \biggl\{ \frac {1}{10}\sum _{i\geq s}e^{-i} \biggr\} = \frac{1}{10(e-1)}.$$

### Theorem 1

Assume that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential contraction and (H1)-(H3) hold. If

$$D(M+\Upsilon)\leq \frac{1}{2},$$
(4)

then there exists a unique solution $$x(t)$$ of (2) with $$x(s)=\xi\in R^{n}$$ such that

$$\bigl\| x(t)\bigr\| \leq \frac{D}{1-D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho (s)}\|\xi\|$$

for $$s\geq0$$, $$t\geq s$$.

### Proof

We consider a complete metric space $$\mathcal{C}$$ of functions $$x:[s,+\infty)\rightarrow R^{n}$$ such that

1. (1)

$$x(s)=\xi$$;

2. (2)

x is continuous outside of the points $$\tau_{i}$$;

3. (3)

$$x(t)$$ is left-continuous for each $$\tau_{i}$$;

4. (4)

for $$\forall x_{1}=x_{1}(t), x_{2}=x_{2}(t)\in\mathcal{C}$$, the distance $$d(x_{1},x_{2})$$ is defined by

$$d(x_{1},x_{2})= \sup \biggl\{ \frac{\|x_{1}(t)-x_{2}(t)\|}{\|\xi\| e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}}:t\geq s\geq0 \biggr\} .$$
(5)
5. (5)

$$\forall x\in\mathcal{C}$$, $$\|x\|^{\prime}=\sup\{\frac{\| x(t)\|}{\|\xi\|e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}}:t\geq s\geq0\}\leq2D$$.

Set

$$J(x) (t)= T(t,s)\xi+\int^{t}_{s}T(t,\tau)f \bigl( \tau,x(\tau ) \bigr)\,d\tau+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}T \bigl(t, \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}) \bigr),$$

for each $$x\in\mathcal{C}$$ and $$t\geq s$$. Clearly, $$(Jx)(s)=\xi$$. By (H1), for each $$x_{1},x_{2}\in\mathcal{C}$$, we have

$$\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{1}(\tau) \bigr)-f \bigl(\tau,x_{2}(\tau) \bigr)\bigr\| \leq b(\tau)e^{\mu(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}d(x_{1},x_{2}),$$
(6)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

$$\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{1}( \tau_{i}) \bigr)-g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{2}( \tau_{i}) \bigr)\bigr\| \leq c(\tau_{i})e^{\mu(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}d(x_{1},x_{2}).$$
(7)

Therefore, it follows from (3), (6), (7), (H2), and (H3) that

\begin{aligned} & \bigl\| J(x_{1}) (t)-J(x_{2}) (t)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \int^{t}_{s}\bigl\| T(t,\tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl( \tau,x_{1}(\tau) \bigr)-f \bigl(\tau ,x_{2}(\tau) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d \tau \\ &\qquad{} + \sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}\bigl\| T \bigl(t,\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{1}(\tau_{i}) \bigr)-g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{2}(\tau_{i}) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|d(x_{1},x_{2}) \biggl[ \int^{t}_{s}b(\tau)e^{a\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau+\sum _{s\leq\tau _{i}< t}c(\tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \biggr] \\ &\quad\leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}(M+\Upsilon)\|\xi\| d(x_{1},x_{2}). \end{aligned}

Thus we have

$$d \bigl(J(x_{1}) (t),J(x_{2}) (t) \bigr)\leq D(M+ \Upsilon)d(x_{1},x_{2}).$$
(8)

By (4), the operator J becomes a contraction. Furthermore, by (3), we get

\begin{aligned} \bigl\| J(x)\bigr\| &\leq \bigl\| T(\cdot,s)\xi\bigr\| +\int^{t}_{s} \bigl\| T(t,\tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d\tau +\sum _{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}\bigl\| T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|+D(M+\Upsilon)e^{\mu(\rho (t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\| d(x,0). \end{aligned}
(9)

Thus

$$\bigl\| J(x)\bigr\| ^{\prime}\leq D+D(M+\Upsilon)\|x\|^{\prime}\leq D+ \frac{1}{2}\|x\|^{\prime}\leq2D,$$
(10)

which shows that $$J(\mathcal{C})\subset\mathcal{C}$$. Therefore, there exists a unique function $$x\in\mathcal{C}$$ such that $$Jx=x$$. By (10), we have $$\|x\|\leq \frac{D}{1-D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho (s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|$$. This completes the proof of the theorem. □

## 3 Stable invariant manifolds

This section is devoted to establishing our stable manifolds theorem under a sufficiently small perturbation of nonuniform exponential dichotomy.

We say that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy if there exist projections $$P(t)$$ for $$t\geq0$$ satisfying

$$P(t)T(t,s)=T(t,s)P(s),\quad t,s\geq0,$$

and there exist constants $$\mu<0\leq\nu$$, $$a\geq0$$, and $$D\geq1$$ such that for each $$t\geq s\geq0$$

$$\bigl\| T(t,s)P(s)\bigr\| \leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)},\qquad \bigl\| T(t,s)^{-1}Q(t)\bigr\| \leq De^{-\nu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(t)},$$
(11)

where $$Q(t)=Id-P(t)$$. Set the linear subspaces

$$E(t)=P(t) \bigl(R^{n} \bigr) \quad\mbox{and}\quad F(t)=Q(t) \bigl(R^{n} \bigr),$$

and let Φ be the space of functions $$\phi:[0,\infty)\times R^{n}\rightarrow R^{n}$$ having at most discontinuities of the first kind in the first variable such that for each $$s\geq0$$ and $$x,y\in E(s)$$, $$\phi(s,0)=0$$, $$\phi(s,E(s))\subset F(s)$$ and

$$\bigl\| \phi(s,\xi)-\phi(s,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \leq\|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|, \quad\xi ,\overline{ \xi}\in E(s),$$
(12)

with the distance

$$d(\phi,\varphi)=\sup \bigl\{ \bigl\| \phi(s,\xi)-\psi(s,\xi)\bigr\| /\|\xi\|:s\geq0,\xi\in E(s) \bigr\} .$$
(13)

Obviously, Φ becomes a complete metric space. Given a sequence $$\phi\in\Phi$$, we consider the set

$$\mathcal{W}= \bigl\{ \bigl(s,\xi,\phi(s,\xi) \bigr):s\geq0,\xi\in E(s) \bigr\} .$$

Assume that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy, the unique piecewise continuous solution $$(x(t),y(t))\in E(t)\times F(t)$$ of (2) with initial condition $$(\xi,\eta)\in E(s)\times F(s)$$ satisfies

\begin{aligned} x(t)={}& T(t,s)\xi+\int^{t}_{s}P(t)T(t,\tau)f \bigl( \tau,x(\tau ),y(\tau) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} P(t)T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}),y(\tau_{i}) \bigr) \end{aligned}
(14)

and

\begin{aligned} y(t)={}& T(t,s)\eta+\int^{t}_{s}Q(t)T(t,\tau)f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau ),y(\tau) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} Q(t)T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}),y(\tau_{i}) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(15)

We consider the semiflow

$$\Psi_{r}(s,\xi,\eta)= \bigl(s+r,x(s+r),y(s+r) \bigr),\quad r\geq0,$$

which is generated by (2). To obtain the desired results, we also need the following conditions:

(H4):

$$0<\gamma= \sup_{i\geq1}\{\frac{\ln(1+2Dc(\tau _{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})})}{\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(\tau_{i-1})}\}<\infty$$;

(H5):

$$0<\overline{M}= \sup_{s\geq0}\{e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho (s)}\int^{\infty}_{s}b(\tau)e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma) \rho(\tau)}\,d\tau\}<\infty$$;

(H6):

$$0<\overline{\Upsilon}= \sup_{s\geq0}\{e^{(a+\nu-\mu )\rho(s)}\sum_{\tau_{i}\geq s}c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau_{i})}\}<\infty$$.

### Theorem 2

Assume that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy and (H1)-(H6) hold. If

\begin{aligned}& D(M+\Upsilon)\leq \frac{1}{4}, \end{aligned}
(16)
\begin{aligned}& \mu-\nu+a< 0, \end{aligned}
(17)
\begin{aligned}& 2D^{2}e^{2DM}(\overline{M}+\overline{\Upsilon}) \leq1, \end{aligned}
(18)

and

$$\biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] (\overline{M}+\overline{ \Upsilon})< 1,$$
(19)

then there exists a unique function $$\phi\in\Phi$$ such that

$$\Psi_{r} \bigl(s,\xi,\phi(s,\xi) \bigr)\in\mathcal{W}$$

for $$r\geq0$$. Furthermore, for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi,\overline{\xi}\in E(s)$$ and $$r=t-s\geq0$$

$$\bigl\| \Psi_{r} \bigl(s,\xi,\phi(s,\xi) \bigr)-\Psi_{r} \bigl(s, \overline{\xi},\phi(s,\overline {\xi}) \bigr)\bigr\| \leq 2De^{2DM}e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)} \|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|.$$

### Proof

We replace (14) and (15) by

\begin{aligned} x(t)={}& T(t,s)x(s)+\int^{t}_{s}P(t)T(t, \tau)f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau ),\phi \bigl(\tau,x(\tau) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} P(t)T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}) \bigr) \bigr) \end{aligned}
(20)

and

\begin{aligned}[b] \phi \bigl(t,x(t) \bigr)={}& T(t,s)\phi \bigl(s,x(s) \bigr)\xi+ \int^{t}_{s}Q(t)T(t,\tau)f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau),\phi \bigl(\tau,x(\tau) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau\\ &{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} Q(t)T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i}) \bigr) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(21)

□

Next, we show some lemmas to finish our proof of the theorem.

### Lemma 1

Given $$\xi\in E(s)$$, for every $$\phi\in\Phi$$, there is a unique piecewise continuous function $$x=x_{\phi}:[s,+\infty)\times E(s)\rightarrow R^{n}$$ satisfying (20) and

$$\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)\bigr\| \leq \frac{D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho (s)}\|\xi\|,$$
(22)

for $$t\geq s$$, $$s\geq0$$.

### Proof

Given $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, we consider the operator $$\overline{J}$$ defined by

\begin{aligned} \overline{J}(x) (t,\xi)={}& T(t,s)\xi+\int^{t}_{s}P(t)T(t, \tau )f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} P(t)T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \end{aligned}
(23)

in the space $$\mathcal{A}$$ of piecewise continuous functions $$x:[s,+\infty)\times E(s)\rightarrow R^{n}$$ such that $$x(s,\xi)=\xi$$ and $$d(x,0)\leq2D$$, where $$d(x_{1},x_{2})$$ is given by (5). For every $$x,y\in\mathcal{A}$$ and $$t\geq s$$, by (H1) and (12), we obtain

\begin{aligned}[b] &\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -f \bigl( \tau,y( \tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,y(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2b(\tau)e^{\mu (\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\,d \bigl(x(\tau,\xi),y(\tau,\xi) \bigr), \end{aligned}
(24)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned}[b] &\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x(\tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -g \bigl( \tau_{i},y(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},y( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq2c(\tau_{i})e^{\mu (\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\,d \bigl(x(\tau_{i}, \xi),y( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(25)

By (24), (25), and (11), we have

\begin{aligned} & \bigl\| J(x) (t)-J(y) (t)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \int^{t}_{s}\bigl\| P(t)T(t,\tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -f \bigl(\tau,y( \tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,y(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}\bigl\| T \bigl(t, \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -g \bigl(\tau_{i},y( \tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},y(\tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|x-y\|^{\prime} \biggl[\int ^{t}_{s}b(\tau)e^{a\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau+\sum _{s\leq\tau _{i}< t}c(\tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \biggr] \\ &\quad\leq 2D(M+\Upsilon)e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}d(x,y). \end{aligned}

Therefore

$$d \bigl(J(x),J(y) \bigr)\leq2D(M+\Upsilon)d(x,y).$$
(26)

The rest of the proof is as in Theorem 1, here we omit it. □

### Lemma 2

Let $$x:R^{+}\rightarrow R^{+}$$ be a piecewise continuous function at most with discontinuities of the first kind at the points $$\tau_{i}$$. If

$$x(t)\leq c+\int^{t}_{t_{0}}m(\tau)x(\tau)\,d\tau+ \sum_{t_{0}\leq\tau _{i}< t}d_{i}x(\tau_{i}),\quad t\geq t_{0},$$

for some constants $$c>0$$, $$d_{i}\geq0$$ and some function $$m:R^{+}\rightarrow R^{+}$$, then

$$x(t)\leq c\prod_{t_{0}\leq\tau_{i}< t}(1+d_{i})\exp\int ^{t}_{t_{0}}m(\tau )\,d\tau,\quad t\geq t_{0}.$$

### Lemma 3

For every $$\phi\in\Phi$$, and $$\xi,\overline{\xi}\in E(s)$$

$$\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \leq D \exp(2DM)e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\|\xi -\overline{\xi}\|,\quad t\geq s\geq0.$$
(27)

### Proof

Letting $$\|x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\|^{*} = \frac{\|x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\| }{e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}}$$, by (H1) and (12), for $$\tau\geq s$$, we have

\begin{aligned} q_{1}(\tau)&=\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi), \phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -f \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau, \overline {\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\leq2 b(\tau)\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline{\xi}) \bigr\| \\ &\leq2 b(\tau)e^{\mu(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho((s)}\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi }( \tau, \overline{\xi})\bigr\| ^{*}, \end{aligned}
(28)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned} q_{2}(\tau_{i})&=\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau _{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\overline{\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\leq2c(\tau_{i}) \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \\ &\leq 2c( \tau_{i})e^{\mu(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\overline{\xi})\bigr\| ^{*}. \end{aligned}
(29)

By (28), (29), and (11), we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline{ \xi}) \bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \bigl\| T(t,s)P(s)\bigr\| \|\xi-\overline{\xi}\| +\int^{t}_{s}\bigl\| T(t,\tau)P(\tau) \bigr\| q_{1}(\tau)\,d\tau +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}\bigl\| T \bigl(t, \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)P \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| q_{2}(\tau_{i}) \\ &\quad\leq De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi-\overline{\xi}\| \\ &\qquad{}+2De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\int^{t}_{s}b(\tau )e^{a\rho(\tau))} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline{ \xi})\bigr\| ^{*}\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{}+2De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\sum_{s\leq\tau _{i}< t}c( \tau_{i}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})}\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\overline {\xi})\bigr\| ^{*}. \end{aligned}
(30)

Thus

\begin{aligned} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline{ \xi}) \bigr\| ^{*}\leq{}& D\|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|+2D\int^{t}_{s}b( \tau)e^{a\rho(\tau))} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\phi}(\tau, \overline{\xi})\bigr\| ^{*}\,d\tau \\ &{}+2D\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}c(\tau_{i}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})}\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi)-x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\overline {\xi})\bigr\| ^{*}. \end{aligned}
(31)

By Lemma 2, we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| ^{*} \\ &\quad\leq D\prod_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} \bigl[1+2Dc(\tau_{i}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \bigr]\exp \biggl[2D\int^{t}_{s}b( \tau) e^{a\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau \biggr]\|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|. \end{aligned}
(32)

Let $$\tau_{i1},\tau_{i2},\ldots,\tau_{il}$$ be impulsive points in $$[s, t)$$. In view of (H4), we have

\begin{aligned} &\prod_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} \bigl[1+2Dc( \tau_{i}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \bigr] \\ &\quad= \bigl[1+2Dc(\tau_{i1}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i1})} \bigr] \bigl[1+2Dc(\tau_{i2}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{i2})} \bigr] \cdots \bigl[1+2Dc(\tau_{il}) e^{a\rho(\tau_{il})} \bigr] \\ &\quad\leq e^{\gamma(\rho(\tau_{i1})-\rho(\tau_{i1-1}))}e^{\gamma(\rho(\tau _{i2})-\rho(\tau_{i1}))} \cdots e^{\gamma(\rho(\tau_{il})-\rho(\tau_{i(l-1)}))} \\ &\quad=e^{\gamma(\rho(\overline{\tau}_{il})-\rho(\tau_{i1-1}))}\leq e^{\gamma\rho(t)}, \end{aligned}
(33)

where $$t_{i1-1}$$ is the first impulsive point before $$t_{i1}$$ and satisfies $$t_{i1-1}\leq s$$. Thus, it follows that

$$\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \leq De^{2DM}e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\|\xi -\overline{\xi}\|.$$
(34)

This completes the proof. □

### Lemma 4

For every $$\phi,\psi\in\Phi$$ and $$\xi\in E(s)$$, $$t\geq s$$,

$$\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi)\bigr\| \leq \frac{De^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\|\xi\|d(\phi,\psi).$$
(35)

### Proof

Letting $$\|x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi)\|^{**}= \frac{\|x_{\phi }(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi)\|}{ \|\xi\|e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}}$$, by (H1), (12), and Lemma 1, for each $$\tau\geq s$$, we have

\begin{aligned}[b] q_{3}(\tau)={}&\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -f \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq&{} b(\tau)\bigl\| (x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi), \phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)-\psi \bigl(\tau,x_{\psi}( \tau, \xi) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq{}& b(\tau) \bigl[\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr\| + \bigl\| \phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)-\psi \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}( \tau,\xi) \bigr)\bigr\| \bigr] \\ \leq{}& b(\tau) \bigl[\bigl\| (x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr\| + \bigl\| \phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)-\psi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &{}+\bigl\| \psi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)-\psi \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)\bigr\| \bigr] \\ \leq{}& b(\tau) \bigl[\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)\bigr\| d(\phi,\psi)+2 \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi)\bigr\| \bigr] \\ \leq{}& \frac{D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}b(\tau)e^{\mu(\rho(\tau )-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|d(\phi,\psi) \\ &{}+2b(\tau)e^{\mu(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi )-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi)\bigr\| ^{**}, \end{aligned}
(36)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned} q_{4}(\tau_{i})={}&\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -g_{i} \bigl(x_{\psi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\psi}( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq{}& \frac{D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}c(\tau_{i})e^{\mu(\rho(\tau _{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|d(\phi, \psi) \\ &{}+2c(\tau_{i})e^{\mu(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|\bigl\| x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau_{i},\xi) \bigr\| ^{**}. \end{aligned}
(37)

By (36), (37), and (11), we obtain

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \int ^{t}_{s}\bigl\| T(t,\tau)P(\tau)\bigr\| q_{3}( \tau)\,d\tau +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}\bigl\| T \bigl(t, \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)P \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| q_{4}( \tau_{i}) \\ &\quad\leq \frac{D(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho (t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|d(\phi,\psi) \\ &\qquad{}+2De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|\int^{t}_{s}b( \tau)e^{a\rho (\tau)} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr\| ^{**}\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +2De^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\| \sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}c( \tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})}\bigl\| x_{\phi }(\tau_{i}, \xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau_{i},\xi)\bigr\| ^{**}. \end{aligned}
(38)

Then

\begin{aligned} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi) \bigr\| ^{**}\leq{}& \frac{D(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}d(\phi,\psi) \\ &{} +2D\int^{t}_{s}b(\tau)e^{a\rho(\tau)} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)-x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi)\bigr\| ^{**}\,d\tau \\ &{} +2D\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}c(\tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau _{i})} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi)-x_{\psi}( \tau_{i}, \xi)\bigr\| ^{**}. \end{aligned}
(39)

By Lemma 2 and (H4), we have

\begin{aligned} \bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\psi}(t,\xi) \bigr\| ^{\prime} \leq{}& \frac {De^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \prod_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t} \bigl(1+2Dc( \tau_{i})e^{a\rho(\tau_{i})} \bigr)\|\phi -\psi\| \\ \leq{}& \frac{De^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} e^{\gamma\rho(t)}\|\xi\|d(\phi,\psi), \end{aligned}
(40)

which implies that inequality (35) holds. □

### Lemma 5

Given $$\phi\in\Phi$$, the following properties hold:

(1) If for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, $$t\geq s$$,

\begin{aligned} \phi \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(t,\xi) \bigr)={}& T(t,s)\phi(s, \xi)+ \int^{t}_{s}T(t,\tau)Q(\tau) f \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}T \bigl(t,\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr)Q \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \end{aligned}
(41)

then for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$,

\begin{aligned} \phi(s,\xi)={}& {-}\int^{\infty}_{s}T( \tau,s)^{-1}Q(\tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{} -\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}T \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(42)

(2) If identity (42) holds for each $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, then (41) holds for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, and $$t\geq s$$.

### Proof

By (H1), (12), and Lemma 1, we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2b(\tau)\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)\bigr\| \leq \frac{2D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}b( \tau)\| \xi\|, \end{aligned}
(43)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2c(\tau_{i})\bigl\| x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi)\bigr\| \leq \frac{2D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+a\rho (s)}c(\tau_{i})\|\xi\|. \end{aligned}
(44)

Hence, by (H5) and (H6), we see that

\begin{aligned} & \int^{\infty}_{s}T( \tau,s)^{-1}Q(\tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &\quad\leq \int^{\infty}_{s}\bigl\| T(\tau,s)^{-1}Q( \tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}( \tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d\tau \\ &\quad\leq \frac{2D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\|\xi\|e^{(a-\mu+\nu )\rho(s)} \int^{\infty}_{s}b( \tau)e^{(\mu-\nu+a)\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau< \infty \end{aligned}
(45)

and

\begin{aligned} &\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}T \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl( \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\quad\leq \sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}\bigl\| T \bigl( \tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \frac{2D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\|\xi\|e^{(a-\mu+\nu )\rho(s)} \sum _{s\leq\tau_{i}}c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu-\nu+a)\rho(\tau _{i})}< \infty. \end{aligned}
(46)

Therefore, the right-hand side of (42) is well defined. We assume that (41) holds for each $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, and $$t\geq s$$, then it follows that

\begin{aligned} \phi(s,\xi)= {}& T(t,s)^{-1}Q(t)\phi \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(t,\xi) \bigr)-\int^{t}_{s}T( \tau,s)^{-1}Q(\tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}-\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}T \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(47)

By (11), (12), and Lemma 1, we have

\begin{aligned} \bigl\| T(t,s)^{-1}Q(t)\phi \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(t,\xi) \bigr)\bigr\| &\leq \frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{-\nu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(t)} e^{\mu(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)}\|\xi\| \\ &= \frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{(\mu-\nu+a)(\rho(t)-\rho (s))+2a\rho(s)}\|\xi\|. \end{aligned}
(48)

Letting $$t\rightarrow\infty$$ in (47), it follows from (48) and (17) that (42) holds for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, and $$t\geq s$$.

If (42) holds for each $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, and $$t\geq s$$, we have

\begin{aligned} & T(t,s)Q(s)\phi(s,\xi)+\int^{t}_{s}T(t, \tau)Q(\tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}T \bigl(t,\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)Q \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\quad= {-}\int^{\infty}_{t}T(\tau,t)^{-1}Q( \tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}( \tau, \xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} -\sum_{t\leq\tau_{i}< \infty}T \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i},t \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl( \tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(49)

Replacing $$(s,\xi)$$ by $$(t,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi))$$ in (36), we have

\begin{aligned} \phi \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr)={}& {-}\int ^{\infty}_{t}T(\tau ,t)^{-1}Q(\tau) f \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{} -\sum_{t\leq\tau_{i}< \infty}T \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i},t \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr). \end{aligned}
(50)

From (49) and (50), we see that (41) holds for $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$. □

### Lemma 6

There exists a unique function $$\phi\in\Phi$$ such that (42) holds for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$.

### Proof

We consider the operator $$\widehat{J}$$ defined for each $$\phi\in\Phi$$ by

\begin{aligned} (\widehat{J}\phi) (s,\xi)={}& {-}\int^{\infty}_{s}T( \tau ,s)^{-1}Q(\tau) f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\,d\tau \\ &{}-\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}T \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i} \bigr) g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr), \end{aligned}
(51)

for each $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$. When $$\xi=0$$, we have $$x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi)=0$$, then $$(\widehat{J}\phi)(s,0)=0$$. By (H1) and Lemma 3, we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau, \overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline {\xi}) \bigr) \bigr) \bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2De^{2DM}b(\tau)e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\| \xi-\overline{\xi}\|, \end{aligned}
(52)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned}[b] &\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\overline{\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2De^{2DM}c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma )\rho(s)}\|\xi- \overline{\xi}\|. \end{aligned}
(53)

By (51)-(53), (11), and (H5)-(H6), for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, we see that

\begin{aligned} & \bigl\| (J\phi) (s,\xi)-(J\phi) (s,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \int^{\infty}_{s}\bigl\| T(\tau,s)^{-1}Q( \tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}( \tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\qquad{}-f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}( \tau,\overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\overline {\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}\bigl\| T \bigl( \tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\qquad{}-g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi}( \tau_{i},\overline{\xi}),\phi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\phi }( \tau_{i},\overline{\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq 2D^{2}e^{2DM}\|\xi-\overline{\xi} \|e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)}\int^{\infty}_{s} b( \tau)e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{}+2D^{2}e^{2DM}\bigl\| \xi-\overline{\xi}\bigr\| e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \sum _{s\leq\tau_{i}}c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau _{i})} \\ &\quad\leq 2D^{2}e^{2DM}(\overline{M}+\overline{\Upsilon})\| \xi-\overline{\xi}\|. \end{aligned}
(54)

It follows from (18) that

$$\bigl\| (J\phi) (s,\xi)-(J\phi) (s,\xi)\bigr\| \leq\|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|,$$
(55)

for every $$s\geq0$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, which implies that $$J(\Phi)\subset\Phi$$.

Given $$\phi,\psi\in\Phi$$, $$\xi\in E(s)$$, by (36), (37), Lemma 1, and Lemma 4, we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| (J\phi) (s,\xi)-(J\psi) (s,\xi)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \int^{\infty}_{s}\bigl\| T(\tau,s)^{-1}Q( \tau)\bigr\| \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}( \tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\qquad{}-f \bigl(\tau,x_{\psi}( \tau,\xi),\psi \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}\bigl\| T \bigl( \tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| \bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i}, \xi),\phi \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) \\ &\qquad{}-g_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\psi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\psi}(\tau _{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq \biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] \|\xi\|d(\phi, \psi)e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \\ &\qquad{}\times\biggl[\int^{\infty}_{s} e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau)}b(\tau)\,d\tau+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu-\nu +a+\gamma)\rho(\tau_{i})} \biggr] \\ &\quad\leq \biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] (\overline{M}+ \overline{\Upsilon}) \|\xi\|d(\phi,\psi). \end{aligned}
(56)

Thus, the operator $$J:\Phi\rightarrow\Phi$$ becomes a contraction. Therefore, for each $$\xi\in E(s)$$, there exists a unique function ϕ satisfying (21). By Lemma 3, we have

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| \Psi_{\epsilon} \bigl(s,\xi,\phi(s,\xi) \bigr)- \Psi_{t} \bigl(s,\overline{\xi },\phi(s,\overline{\xi}) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad=\bigl\| \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(t,\xi),\phi \bigl(s,x_{\phi}(t,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)- \bigl(t,x_{\phi}(t,\overline {\xi}),\phi \bigl(s,x_{\phi}(t, \overline{\xi}) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &\quad\leq2\bigl\| x_{\phi}(t,\xi)-x_{\phi}(t,\overline{\xi})\bigr\| \leq2De^{2DM}e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(t)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)} \|\xi-\overline{\xi}\|. \end{aligned}
(57)

This completes the proof of Theorem 2. □

## 4 Stable manifolds under perturbations

This section is to see how the manifolds vary with the perturbations. Let Ω be space of the function $$f:R^{+}\times R^{n}\rightarrow R^{n}$$ and $$\overline{\Omega}$$ be the space of all sequences of function $$g=g_{i}:R^{+}\times R^{n}\rightarrow R^{n}$$. We define a metric by

$$\|f-\overline{f}\|_{*}= \sup \biggl\{ \frac{\|f(t,x)-\overline {f}(t,x)\|}{\|x\|},t\geq0,x\in R^{n}\setminus\{0\} \biggr\}$$
(58)

and

$$\|g-\overline{g}\|_{**}= \sup_{i\geq1} \sup \biggl\{ \frac{\|g_{i}(\tau_{i},x)-\overline{g}_{i}(\tau_{i},x)\|}{\|x\| },\tau_{i}\geq0,x\in R^{n}\setminus\{0\} \biggr\} .$$
(59)

We also assume that the following conditions hold:

(H7):

$$0<\widehat{M}= \sup_{s\geq0}\{e^{a+\nu-\mu}\int^{\infty}_{s}e^{(\mu-\nu+a) \rho(\tau)}\,d\tau\}<\infty$$;

(H8):

$$0<\widehat{\Upsilon}= \sup_{s\geq0}\{e^{a+\nu-\mu }\sum_{\tau_{i}\geq s}e^{(\mu-\nu+a)\rho(\tau_{i})}\}<\infty$$.

### Theorem 3

Assume that (1) admits a ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy. If (H1)-(H8), (16)-(19) hold, then

$$\|\varphi-\psi\|\leq D_{1}\|f-\overline{f}\|_{*}+D_{2} \|g-\overline{g}\|_{**}$$
(60)

for every $$f,\overline{f}\in\Omega$$ and $$g,\overline{g}\in\overline{\Omega}$$, where $$\phi,\psi\in\Phi$$ are the functions given by Theorem  2 corresponding to the perturbations f, g and $$\overline{f}$$, $$\overline{g}$$, $$D_{1}= \frac{2D^{2}\widehat{M}}{[1-2D(M+\Upsilon)]\{ 1-[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} +\frac{2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}](\overline {M}+\overline{\Upsilon})\}}$$, $$D_{2}= \frac{2D^{2}\widehat{\Upsilon}}{[1-2D(M+\Upsilon )]\{1-[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} +\frac{2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}](\overline {M}+\overline{\Upsilon})\}}$$.

### Proof

For every $$\xi\in E(s)$$, by (36), (37), (58), (59), and Lemma 4, we have

\begin{aligned} q_{5}(\tau) =& \bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau, \xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi }(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -\overline{f} \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq&\bigl\| f \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}( \tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -\overline{f} \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ &{}+\bigl\| \overline{f} \bigl(\tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi),\phi \bigl( \tau,x_{\phi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr) -\overline{f} \bigl( \tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau,x_{\psi}(\tau,\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq& \frac{2D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+a\rho(s)} \| f-\overline{f}\|_{*}+ \biggl[\frac{D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \\ &{}+\frac{2De^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon )}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] b(\tau)e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(\tau)-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\|\xi\|\| \phi-\psi\|, \end{aligned}
(61)

and for $$i=1,2,\ldots$$

\begin{aligned} q_{6}(\tau_{i}) =&\bigl\| g_{i} \bigl( \tau_{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi),\phi \bigl(\tau _{i},x_{\phi}(\tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr) - \overline{g}_{i} \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\psi}( \tau_{i},\xi),\psi \bigl(\tau_{i},x_{\psi }( \tau_{i},\xi) \bigr) \bigr)\bigr\| \\ \leq& \frac{2D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}e^{\mu(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho (s))+a\rho(s)}\|g-\overline{g}\|_{**}+ \biggl[\frac{D}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \\ &{} +\frac{2De^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon )}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu+\gamma)(\rho(\tau_{i})-\rho(s))+(a+\gamma)\rho(s)}\| \xi\| \| \phi-\psi\|. \end{aligned}
(62)

It follows from (11), (42), (61), and (62) that

\begin{aligned} &\bigl\| \phi(s,\xi)-\psi(s,\xi)\bigr\| \\ &\quad= \int^{\infty}_{s}\bigl\| T(\tau,s)^{-1}Q( \tau)\bigr\| q_{5}(\tau)\,d\tau+\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}\bigl\| T \bigl(\tau^{+}_{i},s \bigr)^{-1}Q \bigl(\tau ^{+}_{i} \bigr)\bigr\| q_{6}(\tau_{i}) \\ &\quad\leq \frac{2D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\|f-\overline{f}\| _{*}e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \int^{\infty}_{s}e^{(\mu-\nu+a)\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} +\frac{2D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\|g-\overline{g}\| _{**}e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}}e^{(\mu-\nu+a)\rho(\tau_{i})} \\ &\qquad{} + \biggl\{ \biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \int^{\infty}_{s}b( \tau)e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau)}\,d\tau \\ &\qquad{} + \biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr] e^{(a+\nu-\mu)\rho(s)} \\ &\qquad{}\times\sum_{s\leq\tau_{i}} c(\tau_{i})e^{(\mu-\nu+a+\gamma)\rho(\tau_{i})} \biggr\} \|\xi\|\|\phi-\psi\| \\ &\quad\leq \frac{2D^{2}\widehat{M}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\| f-\overline{f}\|_{*} + \frac{2D^{2}\widehat{\Upsilon}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}\|g-\overline{g}\| _{**} \\ &\qquad{} + \biggl[\frac{D^{2}}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)}+\frac {2D^{2}e^{2DM}(M+\Upsilon)}{1-2D(M+\Upsilon)} \biggr](\overline{M}+ \overline {\Upsilon}) \|\xi\|\|\phi-\psi\|, \end{aligned}
(63)

which implies that (60) holds. □

## 5 Example

In this section, we provide an example to demonstrate the derived results. Consider the impulsive system

$$\left \{ \textstyle\begin{array}{@{}l} x^{\prime}=[2\widetilde{\mu} t+\overline{a}t(t^{2}\cos t^{2}-1)]x +b(t)x,\qquad\triangle x|_{t=\tau_{i}}=b_{i}x(\tau_{i})+c(\tau_{i})x(\tau _{i}),\\ y^{\prime}= [2\widetilde{\nu} t+\overline{a}t(t^{2}\cos t^{2}-1)]y+\frac{b(t)y}{1+y^{2}},\qquad\triangle y|_{t=\tau_{i}}= b_{i}y(\tau_{i})+\frac{c(\tau_{i})y(\tau _{i})}{1+y^{2}(\tau_{i})}, \end{array}\displaystyle \right .$$
(64)

where $$\widetilde{\mu}<0$$, $$\widetilde{\nu}>0$$, $$\overline{a}>0$$, $$b_{i}\geq0$$ and $$b(t)>0$$, $$c(\tau_{i})>0$$, $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ . Assume that there exists $$\delta>0$$ such that $$\frac{\ln(1+b_{i})}{\tau^{2}_{i}-\tau^{2}_{i-1}}\leq \delta$$, $$i=1,2,\ldots$$ . Setting $$P(t)(x,y)=(x,0)$$ and $$Q(t)(x,y)=(0,y)$$, we have

\begin{aligned}& \bigl\| T(t,s)P(s)\bigr\| \leq e^{\overline{a}}e^{\widetilde{\mu}(t^{2}-s^{2})+as^{2}}\prod _{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}(1+b_{i})\leq e^{\overline{a}}e^{(\widetilde{\mu}+\delta)(t^{2}-s^{2})+(a+\delta )s^{2}}, \\& \bigl\| T(t,s)^{-1}Q(s)\bigr\| \leq e^{\overline{a}}e^{-\widetilde{\nu}(t^{2}-s^{2})+at^{2}}\prod _{s\leq\tau_{i}< t}(1+b_{i})\leq e^{\overline{a}}e^{-\widetilde{\nu}(t^{2}-s^{2})+(a+\delta)t^{2}}. \end{aligned}

This shows that the linear part of (64) admits a ρ-nonuniform dichotomy with

$$\rho(t)=t^{2},\qquad \mu=\widetilde{\mu}+\delta,\qquad\nu=\widetilde{ \nu},\qquad a=\overline {a}+\delta,\qquad D=e^{\overline{a}}.$$

We conclude that (64) has a stable invariant manifold provided that (H1)-(H6) and (16)-(19) hold.

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