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Zl We want to choose the numbers βS,l so that the new function w ˆa will satisfy the orthogonality requirement. In order to have this we need that for all I, j 0= w ˆa UIp−1 ∂UI = cIj + ∂zj βS,l S,l ∂US p−1 ∂UI U . 6, we can apply it to obtain solvability in (βS )S , with the following control on βS,l (the last inequality follows from (86)) (87) −|xI −xS | 1− |cI |e |βS,l | ≤ |cS | + Cθ 0 L L ≤ Ce−(1+ξ) 2 e−η|xS | . I=S From (6) and (84) then we obtain that w ˆa satisfies (88) ˜ X(Y ),Y w L ˆa = hX(Y ),Y + p−1 ∂UI w ˆ U ∂zj = 0 Rn a I ∂αI,j p−1 ∂UI I,j ∂ya UI ∂zj , in Rn ; for all I, j, where ˜ X(Y ),Y + p hX(Y ),Y = h USp−1 − (uX(Y ),Y + wX(Y ),Y )p−1 βS,l S,l 30 ∂US .

L L L L By explicit computation we finally obtain for L large enough ∞ k (B )IJ k=1 ≤ Cθ30 e−|xI −xJ | 1 1− Cθ3 0 L e 3 |x −x | Cθ J 0 I L −1 ≤ −|xI −xJ | 1− Cθ40 e 3 Cθ 0 L . This concludes the proof for I = J. For I = J it is sufficient to notice that in the series (117) we have to start with N = 2. In fact, we are considering now curves γ˜ starting and ending at the same point xI . Then we can repeat the computations as before. : Semiclassical states of nonlinear Schr¨odinger equations, Arch.

0, 1) = θa , and hence (Rθ−1 )ls (θa )s = δln , so a n (Rθ−1 )ki a Aia = − k,l=1 Rn−1 ∂k uLa (z , R + Ta )∂n uLa (z , R + Ta )dz . By symmetry the only term which does not vanish is the one for which k = n. We also recall that the matrix Rθa is orthogonal, so (Rθ−1 )in = (Rθa )ni . Since Rθa (0, . . , 0, 1) = θa , it follows that (Rθ−1 )in = a a (θa )i , which implies Aia = −(θa )i Rn−1 (∂n uLa )2 (z , R + Ta )dz . Summing all the terms we deduce that 3 (θa )i a=1 1 |∇uLa |2 − F (uLa ) − (∂n uLa )2 (z , R + Ta )dz = oR (1), 2 Rn−1 i = 1, .

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