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Lemma 1 . 9: Let Pj E Sdi (U) exists p E Sd1 (0) so p "' "'£jPj · 0. Then there 0 � ¢ � 1 , ¢(�) = 0 for 1 � 1 � 1 , and ¢(�) = 1 for 1 � 1 :2: 2. 87) Remark: p is unique modulo for dj 1 -oo. Let [! C s-oo(O) . Proof: Fix a smooth function ¢ such that: We use ¢ to cut away the support near � = 0. 88) For any fixed �, ¢(tj �) = 0 for all but a finite number of j so this sum is well defined and smooth in (x, O ; clearly the support of p is contained in 0. 90) This shows lp(x, O I � (C1 + 1 ) ( 1 + 1 Wd1 .

5: Let s > t > u. ( a) The identity map on C00(M) extends to a continuous compact injective norm non increasing map from H, (M) to Ht (M). ( b ) If f > 0 is given, then llfl l t :::; fll f l l s + C( f) l l f l l u· (c ) If s > k + m/2, then H. (M) C Ck (M) q,nd l l f l l oo , k :::; C l l f l l s · (d ) If P E \J! (M) is continuous for all s. (e) The L2 pairing Hs (M) x H_ 8 (M) ---+ C is a perfect pairing. Proof: Let U = { Ui , h i , ¢i } r= l be an atlas. 41 ) 34 Chapter 1 . Pseudo-differential operators Thus u extends to a norm preserving embedding of Hs (M) in H8 (1 v ).

We estimate the second norm by C l i Pf l lo since ¢Q is an operator of order - d. This proves (c) ; (d) follows since l lfl lo ::; l l f l l d and I IPfl lo ::; Cl l fl l d for d � 0. 2 Change of coordinates We now consider the effect of changes of coordinates on the ii_f d (U). We shall need uniform estimates in what follows so always restrict the domains involved. 11 ) h : U -+ U be a diffeomorphism. We use h* to pull back objects from U to U and h * to push forward objects from U to U . 12 ) h * (f) :=(h * ) - 1 J , and (h* P) :=h* o P o h * .

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