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R : G → L(Lp (µ), Lp (µ)) such that u → Ru verifies • Ru Rv = Ruv for u, v ∈ G, • limu→0 Ru f = f for f ∈ Lp (µ), • supu∈G Ru < ∞. Let K ∈ L1 (G) with compact support. Denote now BK (φ, ψ)(v) = G φ(v − u)ψ(v + u)K(u)dm(u) for φ, ψ simple functions defined on G and assume that, for 0 < p1 , p2 < ∞ and 1/p1 + 1/p2 = 1/p3 , the bilinear operator BK is bounded from Lp1 (G) × Lp2 (G) to Lp3 (G) with “norm” Np1 ,p2 (BK ). We now consider the transferred operator by the formula TK (f, g)(w) = G R−u f (w)Ru g(w)K(u)dm(u) for f ∈ Lp1 (µ) and g ∈ Lp2 (µ).

See also [32,33] for related results. 2. Conditions (23), (25) and (26) are usually expressed in a different way. Write λ = e2πiθ and let {pk /qk } be the sequence of rational numbers converging to θ given by the expansion in continued fractions. Then (26) is equivalent to +∞ k=0 1 log qk+1 < +∞, qk May 6, 2008 15:45 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in ws-procs9x6 Discrete holomorphic local dynamics in one complex variable 25 while (25) is equivalent to qn+1 = O(qnβ ) and (23) is equivalent to lim sup k→+∞ 1 log qk+1 = +∞.

Then, using the Taylor expansion of ϕ−1 , we get   ϕ−1 ◦ f ◦ ϕ(z) = ϕ−1 ϕ(z) + j≥r+1 aj ϕ(z)j  aj z j (1 + µz d−1 + Od )j + Od+2r = z + (ϕ−1 ) (ϕ(z)) j≥r+1 = z + [1 − dµz d−1 + Od ] aj z j (1 + jµz d−1 + Od ) + Od+2r j≥r+1 = z + ar+1 z r+1 + · · · + ar+d−1 z r+d−1 +[ar+d + (r + 1 − d)µar+1 ]z r+d + Or+d+1 . (18) This means that if d = r + 1 we can use a polynomial change of coordinates of the form ϕ(z) = z + µz d to remove the term of degree r + d from the Taylor expansion of f without changing lower degree terms.

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