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Also Remark 2, p. 11 of . 8) shows that the product of a slow term and a fast term yields many slow terms, so that everything is intertwined. Composite series are also compatible with the left composition. 2. e. X / Á 0. r0 ; V /. r0 ; V / ! defines a composite formal series. r0 ; V / is well defined and 1-Lipschitz. 6). Let us now define the derivative of a composite formal series. V / have no longer necessarily an asymptotic expansion, this differentiation is somewhat more difficult to treat, although the formula is simple.
X/ C gn x Á Á Án n 0 as S2 3 Á ! 5. x/Án as S2 3 Á ! x/ C gl;n l x l n . ˛1 ; ˇ1 ; r0 / such that jxj > r. ˛3 ; ˇ3 ; Á3 / 3 Á ! X / C X an l;l X l . The expansion is uniform with respect to 0ÄlÄn X on compact subsets of V satisfying the above condition. Remarks. 1. 15) inner expansion. Each function cn of the outer expansion may have a singularity at x D 0 but only a pole of order at most n; similarly each function hn of the inner expansion has polynomial growth of order at most n as X ! 1. Thus the restraint index in the sense of Wasow , Chap.
X; Á/ 7! x/; Á has a CAsE as Á0 / 3 Á ! 0 and x 2 V e ˛1; e ˇ 1 ;e r; ejÁj . ˛2 ; ˇ2 ;e Remark. In (a), the assumption “y bounded by r” is not essential: simply reduce the Á-domain if it is not satisfied. X Proof. x; Á/n has a CAsE 0ÄnÄN 1 (compatibility with product and sum). N / exists such that the remainder is bounded by L jÁjN . This is evident from the assumptions. 0/ D 0. x/ C g0 . xÁ / has a CAsE. u C v/. x/; g0 . xÁ / has a CAsE as Á tends to 0. x/; g0 . x/; 0/ C h 0; g0 . x/g0 . x/; g0 .
Harmonic analysis and partial differential equations: in honor of Calderon by Michael Christ, Carlos E. Kenig, Cora Sadosky