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C) Sγ is contracting with modulus λ. (d) Sγ has in K a unique fixed point vγ . It holds limn→∞ (Sγ )n u = vγ for every u ∈ K. vγ is isotonic and continuous in γ . Proof. (a) is obvious. (b) From (14) and (23) it follows Sγ w = inf sup Sγ ,π,ρ w. 3 we get the statement. (c) Let w ′ , w′′ ∈ K. 2 it follows that for every ε > 0 there are πε′′ ∈ E, ρε′ ∈ F, with Sw ′ ≤ Sπ,ρε′ w ′ + εV Sw ′′ ≥ Sπε′′ ,ρ w ′′ − εV for all π ∈ E, ρ ∈ F. 3). For ε → 0 we get Sγ w′ − Sγ w ′′ ≤ λV w′ − w ′′ V. (29) Because w ′ and w ′′ can be interchanged, we get the statement.

Then the functional equation u = πρTw u (12) has a unique solution uw ∈ V and it holds for uw := Sπρ w, Sπρ w = lim (πρTw )n u = (1 − ϑ) n→∞ ∞ n=0 ϑ n (πρp)n (ϑπρk + w), (13) for every u ∈ V. Proof. We note that πρTw V ⊆ V. From (5) it follows that πρTw is contracting on V with modulus λ. The rest of the proof follows by Banach’s Fixed Point Theorem. ✷ We can consider Sπρ as an operator Sπρ : V → V. Let Sγ ,π,ρ be the operator defined by Sγ ,π,ρ w := −(1 − IC )γ + Sπρ w − IC μw (14) for π ∈ E, ρ ∈ F, w ∈ V.

To prove (i), define ˜ ψ(x, a) = r(x, a, b(x)) + βEQ(X(x, a)) ⎧ ˜ ⎪ u(1) + βEQ(x − a + Y (a) ) if a > b(x), ⎪ ⎨ ˜ ˜ ˜ = u(1/2) + βEQ(x − b(x) + Y (2b(x)) ) if a = b(x), ⎪ ⎪ ⎩ ˜ ˜ if a < b(x), u(0) + βEQ(x + Y (b(x)) ) (8) for x ∈ S, a ∈ Ax . With this notation, (i) can be written as (LQ)(x) = ψ(x, b(x)). We consider four cases. Case 1: x = M. For a = 1, 2, . . , M, ψ(M, a) = u(1) + βEQ(M − a + Y (a) ) = u(1) + βEQ(M − Y (a) ) because Y (a) and a − Y (a) have, by assumption, the same distribution.

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