Does convergence imply uniform convergence in this example?

Mathematics Asked by Daniel Huff on January 1, 2022

Consider a map
F:&[0~1]^mathbb{N}rightarrow mathbb{R}^mathbb{N}\
&{x_k}rightarrow {y_k}=F{x_k}

with the following properties:

  1. ${y_k} rightarrow 0$ for all ${x_k}in[0~1]^mathbb{N}$

  2. $y_k=f(y_{k-1},x_k)$ for all $kinmathbb{N}$, where $f(cdot,cdot)$ is a continuous function and $y_0$ is a given constant.

Can we guarantee all the possible sequences ${y_k}$ converge uniformly to zero?

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