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Sk = 1 such that g(si ) − g(si−1 ) H01 < δ/2 for all i = 1, . . , k. Since Cc∞ (D2 , R3 ) is dense in H01 , for every i = 0, . . , k there exists vi ∈ Cc∞ (D2 , R3 ) such that vi − g(si ) H01 < δ/2. In particular we can choose v0 = 0 and vk satisfying the additional condition |EH (vk ) − EH (g(1))| < 1 (|EH (g(1))| − δ0 ) . 6) is positive. Finally, define g˜: [0, 1] → H01 as a piecewise linear path joining v0 , v1 , . . , vk . More precisely g˜((1 − α)si−1 + αsi ) = (1 − α)vi−1 + αvi for α ∈ [0, 1] and i = 1, .
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