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J. x; Ÿ0 / 2 W2 U2 . x; Ÿ0 /. x; Ÿ0 / D 0 on W2 U2 . x; Ÿ0 / D 0 on W U . This proves the assertion. 5. —/ be a (monic) polynomial in —. —/ are real. J / and J is an open interval containing the origin. t; 0/. 9 (). 27). s i / as s ! t; s/ is of homogeneous of degree r and hyperbolic with respect to t for all s 2 R. Remark. /g; ! 6. s k / for any k then we take ¢j sufficiently large). Put min 1Äj Är ¢j q DœD >0 j p where p, q are relatively prime. s i /. It is enough to prove œ 1. We suppose 0 < œ < 1 and derive a contradiction.
W /ffœ – gg. W /ŒŒœ – . 1. z; œ/ D I . z; œ/ 1 instead of Bi . 1. x/ 2 C 1 . x/ are not required. 1. Assume that ¢ •, 0 2 and there are a differential operator N Q with C 1 . y; x/ ¤ 0. y; x; Ÿ/. To interpret the result we recall the formulation of the Levi condition for scalar operators with characteristic of constant multiplicities (see Flaschka and Strang ). Let P be a scalar differential operator of order m with principal symbol p. x; N Ÿ/ ¤ 0 with some r 2 N, r 2. 1 near x. y;x;œ/ f .
We suppose 0 < œ < 1 and derive a contradiction. s/ D 1: j D0 Multiplying jsj œr we get 0D r X j D0 Let s ! 28) By the assumption there is at least one 0 Ä j Ä r 1 such that fr˙j ¤ 0. 28) has r real roots. t; s/ D 0 would have a non real root for small s which contradicts the assumption. We first treat the case q > 2. If fj˙ ¤ 0 then ¢j q D pj and hence j D nq with some n 2 N. 28) with q C C al wr lq D0 sign is reduced to a similar equation. One can express Â 1 wr 1 C a1 . /q C w 1 C al . 29) has a non zero root W , we get a non real root w from wq D 1=W because q > 2 and hence a contradiction.