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Quantity three of the preferred sequence, Christmastime among the Vines is a giant publication packed with the glorious snowpeople, gingerbread and santas from Jamie Mills-Price, one of many best-selling authors in ornamental portray. Acrylic.

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It can be evaluated as (b+2&) eL - et - 2&. Now v(t) < ws(t) on [0, T], and thus v(t) < (5 + 2&)et for all 5, from which the proposition follows. This is again a particular case of the integral Gronwall's lemma, to be stated in the next chapter. ham..... 1: Schematic representation of the subsets S(t) and C(t) of [0, t]. S is composed of open intervals; some of them are longer than To and are denoted by [ai , bi [ (hatched blocks) while the others are smaller than To (shaded blocks). C(t) is the complement of long intervals; this subset is the union of the complement of S and of the short intervals which belong to S.

Again, S, is determined only up to the addition of a function of P, but the above choice has the advantage that = 0. ,:P[S, ] = 1 /w (P[g] + + 1/W2 where we have used the expression for 5, and the fact that it has zero average. It then remains to solve the second of (29) to get (X2 , 52). By now it should be clear how the general nth order scheme is constructed. Notice that however cumbersome the algorithm may be, the equations to be solved are always of the same type; they are what we call in Appendix 5 the linearized conjugacy equations or the "homological" equations, as Arnold puts it.

To prove this proposition, we write the left hand side as two sums Y ' and Z"" corresponding, respectively, to segments s(1, k) of length greater than or equal to Ti) , and to terminal segments of length less than To . Consider first an arbitrary term in the sum Z". k) f(p"k'(T)I I(tk' ), 0) dT - hk' (I(tk' ))] I 5 6L`i 6. Thus: k hk 26/c. Now consider L"'. Since (18) II f II s 1, we have the bound: II Js(i,k) f(p"`k'(T), I(tk'), 0) dT - hk' (I(tk')) II 5 2hk' <- 2T0 Consequently, (19) IIL"i,k [Js(i,k) f ('p-k' (T ), I(tk' ),0)dT - hk' (I(tk' ))] II 5 2(To + T; ), since the number of terminal segments of length less than To is bounded by 1 + T) /To .

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