By Michael Rockner

ISBN-10: 0821823256

ISBN-13: 9780821823255

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Cp € P (U U V ) and cp = cp + cp2 . CTO for every °* (n) c-ns such that: k € IN k(cp) € IN with - cpU H . 5 and the usual diagonal argument. Since V. 2. 42 MICHAEL RflCKNER Let T Fix n € IN If z , z € IR , be d e f i n e d a s i n 3 . 4 £ € Pf and z € 3U U K n then d (ii). 2 (i)). Hence we may define £ : 3U U K -> IR n n by £ (z) := <£,d oT > , z € 3U U K . n n z n Since for x € U U K n we have ,, f 3U dU supp H. T (x,-) c \ u , W (x) v 1 iI ft xX €t UU ^ if u v ^n UJ vx c€v K n J C3UUK n , we may define H^ n) (£) : U U K n -+ IR by H^ n) (£)(x) := y C ^ C x ) Extend the bounded continuous function and again we identify H^jn)(£) to V% H as an element of (£) with H H , x € U U Kn .

4 £ € Pf and z € 3U U K n then d (ii). 2 (i)). Hence we may define £ : 3U U K -> IR n n by £ (z) := <£,d oT > , z € 3U U K . n n z n Since for x € U U K n we have ,, f 3U dU supp H. T (x,-) c \ u , W (x) v 1 iI ft xX €t UU ^ if u v ^n UJ vx c€v K n J C3UUK n , we may define H^ n) (£) : U U K n -+ IR by H^ n) (£)(x) := y C ^ C x ) Extend the bounded continuous function and again we identify H^jn)(£) to V% H as an element of (£) with H H , x € U U Kn . (£) by zero to the whole space (£) • X P 1 .

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