By Carlos A Berenstein

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18) = ~ + in = ~ + i@~(~). e . , exp(-Xm(~) + r z l n [) < s=l For the estimate of the second sum, the geometric properties of the function p(Ixl) have to be used. symmetric, relations such that, (12) and (17) imply that there exists a point x rz 2 Ixl < rz+ 1 and graph of the function p(Ixl) for any p(tyl) Y c ~n. = s Moreover x = Ixl@/1@I. e. (x,p(Ix[)). the inequality [(Y,P([Yl)) (20) (@,-i) is the normal vector to the at the point vectors x and @ are collinear, p then implies First, as this function is ~ s- p(Ixl) 2 s s~ , whence co ¢seXp{(X-s-P)~(~) + (Hs-r~+l)[q [} S = SL4-1 (22) 2 ~ %exp{-so~(¢) 2 [ Inequality ~s 1 e -sz~(~) (23) 2 c (18) now follows from is automatically k(~) (by (21) :) (Hs-lxl)lel~(C)} + satisfied if (19) and (22).

There Since we already know this will imply that the family J4(~') is Therefore, from any f a m i l y , ( 6 ' ) CO. _> C j. for which {Cj} c 6, it suffices to prove with the foregoing properties. ) be a fixed function i n ~ ( ~ ' ) . that #(g) assumes the same value which we shall denote by w(g) = t, -A~(t). Let A(t) be defined for t > ~(0) Then n > 2. as for all ~ such A(t) = A~(t) = c, I where the constant c was chosen so large that A(t) A(t) def A(m(0)) (53) which implies m*(g) for A s ~. = C*exp[-A(co(g)) Finally, such that (cf.

In the remaining strips, we have ~ ~ i. C~exp(-6m(~) r s AI U . . U Ajo_l. Hence Therefore, by choosing ~ ~ X + Aajo + Alql) ! C6exp(-~(~)) (CC;I)~ s ~(C,X,{rj},{aj}). c. topology ~(~) on ~ 32 having for the basis of neighborhoods of the origin the system of all sets ~ of the form (5). Topology % ( % ) . Let {Hs}s>l be any concave sequence of positive Hs/S ÷ 0. Fix a positive number ~ and a bounded numbers, H s ~ ~, sequence (~s}s>l of positive numbers. Then the series oo {6) k(~) = k((Hs};(Cs};p;~ ) = [ s=l ~seXp[-(s+p)oJ(~) + Hslrll] is locally uniformly convergent in ~n and defines a majorant in the sense of Chap.

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