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T// is integrable, for each x 2 E, and jXj is integrable. t/ for all x 2 E and for all t 2 Œ0; 1. The following establishes a sharp relationship between multivalued AumannPettis integral and multivalued fractional Aumann-Pettis integral. A; B/ denotes the Hausdorff distance between two convex weakly compact subsets A and B in E. 2. Let X W Œ0; 1 ,! E be a convex weakly compact valued Pettisintegrable multimapping. Let ˛n 21; 2 such that ˛n ! 1. 1 0 Proof. ˛ 1j ! 0 when ˛n !

5. Let X W Œ0; 1 ,! Œ0; 1/-solutions set X to the (FDI) multifunction. Œ0; 1/ of all continuous mappings from Œ0; 1 into E endowed with the topology of uniform convergence. Proof. Step 1. t/ dt W f 2 SXPe g is convex and compact in E (see [13, 17]). ˛;1 Step 2. Œ0; 1/-solutions set X to (27) is characterized by X D fuf W Œ0; 1 ! s/ds f 2 SXPe g 48 C. Castaing et al. Œ0; 1/. Œ0; 1/. Indeed, let x 2 BE and let tn < t with tn ! t in Œ0; 1. s//jds so that the second member goes to 0 when tn !

Let H W Œ0; 1 properties Œ0; 1 ! t; s/ 2 Œ0; 1 Œ0; 1. 30 C. Castaing et al. Let f W Œ0; 1 ! E be a Pettis-integrable mapping. Then the mapping Z uf W t 7! Œ0; 1/. Proof. tn / be a sequence in Œ0; 1 such that tn ! t 2 Œ0; 1 . L1 ; L1 /, see also [12] for a more general result concerning the Mackey topology for bounded sequences in L1 E . Œ0; 1/, the second term in the above estimation goes to 0 as tn ! t showing that uf is continuous on Œ0; 1 with respect to the strong topology of E. The following lemma is crucial for our purpose.