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The Sewing lemma for $0<\gamma \leq 1$

  title={The Sewing lemma for \$0<\gamma \leq 1\$},
  author={Lucas Broux and Lorenzo Zambotti},
We establish a Sewing lemma in the regime γ ∈ (0, 1], constructing a Sewing map which is neither unique nor canonical, but which is nonetheless continuous with respect to the standard norms. Two immediate corollaries follow, which hold on any commutative graded connected locally finite Hopf algebra: a simple constructive proof of the Lyons-Victoir extension theorem which associates to a Hölder path a rough path, with the additional result that this map can be made continuous; the bicontinuity… 


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