By Kenneth S. Miller.

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I-v. These assumptions implies in particular that W and ~ are independent. The L P estimates needed to establish existence, uniqueness and stability or differentiability are all consequences of the following lemma: LEMMA: Let nEn 2 < p

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Ds~s~-measurable. shall need coefficients not globally Lipschitz, but .... hich have a "Lipschitz lower triangular structure" already encountered by Stroock [26) (for the very same reasons). This motivates the following: 5-5 DEFINITION: a) A grading of ]Rd is a decomposition lR d = ]Rd 1 x ••• x lR d q with d 1+ •• +d q =d. The coordinates of 46 MALLIAVTN CALCULUS ~d are always arranged in an increasing or- a point in ~ der along the subspaces ~f ~ = d 1+ •• + d R. ,::q • (y,w,t) and B J(y,w,t) and C (y,w,t,z) y lR ,and we set \, e say that according to A di in ITa y k) if depend upon 1

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