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Thus, we have shown that λ q (j) ≤ 1 + c3 k 1/2 b + 1 + εj q (j) k + b + 1 + εj q (j) k . + b + 1 + εj q (j) k . Proceeding analogously for q (j) , we obtain λ q (j) k 1/2 ≤ 1 + c3 b + 1 + εj q (j) k Since q (j) 2 k = q (j) 2 k + q (j) 2 k, we have that q (j) k ≤ C 1 + b + 1 + εj q (j) 1/2 k + b + 1 + εj q (j) k . This inequality implies the boundedness of q (j) . Passing to a subsequence, we can assume that q (j) → q weakly in Hk . The Sobolev compactness embedding implies that ∂ − q (j) (·, n) → ∂ − q(·, n) December 28, 2005 8:21 50 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in fpu Travelling Waves and Periodic Oscillations in FPU Lattices strongly in L∞ (0, T ) for every n ∈ Z.

6), given ε > 0 there exists an integer Nε > 0 such that ∂ − q(·, n) 2 L∞ < ε. |n|≥Nε If h is small enough, we also have ∂ − h(·, n) 2 L∞ ≤ ε. n∈Z Hence, by (ii), Un ∂ − q(·, n) + λn ∂ − h(·, n) − Un ∂ − q(·, n) |n|≥Nε ∂ − q(·, n) + λ∂ − h(·, n) ≤C |n|≥Nε 2 L2 2 L2 + ∂ − q(·, n) 2 L2 ≤ Cε, with C > 0 independent of ε. Furthermore, Un is continuous, hence, uniformly continuous on compact sets and Un ∂ − q(·, n) + λn ∂ − h(·, n) − Un ∂ − q(·, n) |n|

5 λ+ λj (θ). j = max 1 θ∈S The spectrum σ(A) is absolutely continuous and N + λ− j , λj . 36) are called spectral bands, while the intervals − λ+ j , λj+1 are called spectral gaps. Some of the gaps may be empty (closed). In general, at most (N − 1) gaps open up. The eigenfunctions of A(θ) are the generalized eigenfunctions of A called Bloch eigenfunctions. Corresponding solutions of Eq. 23) x(t, n) = exp(iωt) u(n), ω 2 = λj (θ), – so-called Bloch waves – have infinite energy. If c ≥ 0, then A ≥ 0 and σ(A) is nonnegative.

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