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On [~x 0. x’~, y~. (4) (iii) [HSlder regularity in the second variable] For x ~ l~ and t ~ I, y ~ Kt(x, y) is a HSlder continuous function in ~ and there exist constants ce > 0 and p > 0 such that C2 DEFINITION1 We say that L has the Gaussian property (G) (resp. (G~oc)) the Kt(x, y) satisfies (i,ii,iii) for I = (0, ~) (resp. I = (0, T) fbr some REMARK 2 Recall that a HSlder continuous function on a set E extends to its closure. Thus, if L has the property (G) or (G~oc) then Kt(x,y) C~’(gt x f~) fo t ~ I, which shows that this definition includes interior and boundaryregularity.
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It was shown shown by, G. Lumer and F. Neubrander  that any function that is analytic in a postsectorial region and satisfies a certain growth condition is in the asymptotic Laplace transform of a. continuous function. Suppose a meromorphic function on such a region multiplied by the asymptotic Laplace transfor~n of a regularizer yields an analytic function satisfying the growth conditions. Then, this meromorphicfunction is an element of the asymptotic Laplace transform of a generalized function.