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1) we C 1 space R2, (we write map from shall conditions accept Considering C. ) we say this in 2 R general- the in into that the func- the f(I case 2 R is U 12 )U E k times m,n=l continuously differentiable. To formulate jxj --+ oo, we need a the result on following the two existence of solutions assumptions. 2. 2-3) E C. 9ul UI) U2 E R. R+. qf( 2 I+U2)Ul 2 aul the matrix we mean E s 2 af(UI+U2 2)U1 where E C u N > 2 there case that I [f(JU12)U]1:5 (f2) N 22 = function and let 27 (fl) and let T1, T2 > 0 be arbitrary.

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