0405542v1 [math.NT] 28 May 2004 Strongly Nonlinear

ci+1 = µi ∑ j+l=i l=0. ∞. ∑ .... In each of them the right-hand side depends only on c1,...,ci−1, so that the relations (9) determine .... K-...

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