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# Proof: Let x,y be two distinct points in Let t : W W be as in the defi-of (Hyp;

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Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2004

Imprint CRC Press

Pages 3

eBook ISBN 9780429223976

## ABSTRACT

Our result in Section 3 (see (3.1)) implies that for the Hamilton-Jacobi semigroup of Crandall and Lions, (4.2) holds. This is because w = 0 and K0 = 1 (since we can take the t in (Hyp; K0) to be translation: t(z) = z + y – x for z Î N).