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K = 0 , u(ξ) ≥ 1 − δ for ξ · (ω, 0) ≥ M |ω| , u(ξ) ≤ −1 + δ for ξ · (ω, 0) ≤ −M |ω| . 7). Note that YM M Given v ∈ R2n+1 and S ⊂ Hn , we define Tv S := {(−v) ◦ ξ , ξ ∈ S} . We also use the following notation. Given ℓ ∈ Z2n with ω · ℓ = 0, we write ℓj k j . 39) Sωp := T(0,2mΘ) T(ℓ,0) Sω . ℓ2n−1 ≤p−1 0≤m≤p−1 34 ISABEAU BIRINDELLI AND ENRICO VALDINOCI Of course, Sω1 = Sω . 40) T(0,2mΘ) T(ℓ,0) Sω = (z, t − 2mΘ + ζℓ(z)) , z ∈ Hωℓ , t ∈ [−Θ, Θ) , with Hωℓ := z ∈ Hn | z + ℓ ∈ H ω and ζℓ (z) := ζ(z + ℓ) − 2 Im (ℓz) .