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If t 1 and t 2 are two numbers such that lt 1 - t 2 i < 8, then 21Tif(tt)- f(t2)i If a E ::Sf ieigr,- eigrzlig(~)i d~::s f min(l~l8, 2)ig(~)l df [0, 1], then, for every positive x, min(x, 1) ::s xa. So 21Tif(tt)- f(t2)i:::::; 2 f (i~l8/2)ajg(~)j d~. if(tt)-f(t2)1 ::s J l~lalg(~)l d~(8/2)a / 1T and then f belongs to Lip a. (c) The general case follows rather easily from (a) and (b). 2. 1) P(8) = S(8)[sin(b8/2)/sin(8/2)]2N. Proof. Let us introduce the following polynomial: TI( w) = Llkl

Thus we have for large enough m. However, from the estimates made in the proof of part (i) we have Now, for almost all x (and hence for almost all x = 7T(x)), 1 1 m 1 n-1 -log( Cx(l l · · · Cx(m)) = - L log Cx(j)-+- L log C; m mj=1 n i=O as m -+ oo. Thus for almost all x, if m is large enough (logiEx(m)IH)/ (logiEx(m)lw) ::5 'Y and so IEx(mJIH ~ IEx(mJI~> IEx(mJie_, which contradicts(*) above. We have therefore shown that hx ::5 H for almost all x. To see that hx ~ H for almost all x is more difficult.

By definition, P( 8) = Lk F(kl b) eik9 • If 8 = 21rrl b (where r is a positive integer smaller than b) and if w = ei 2 ""1b' then P(8)=IF(klb)wk= k P(8)= L IF(n+slb)wnb+s, Oss:sb-1 n L IF(n+slb)w•. 2 with the polynomial equal to the constant 1), P(8)= L w•=(wb-l)l(w-1)=0. If 8 = 21rrI b (with 0$ r **
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