often enough it feels like i'm wilfully banging my head against a wall. in this case, it's converting visual intuition into rigorous proof. [1]

i must have made this claim before .. but i'll say it again:

oh well: it is the weekend and i finally have time to hack out details for research. i shouldn't complain .. but what kind of "frustrated (over)analyst" would i be, otherwise?

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i must have made this claim before .. but i'll say it again:

every time i have a proof by picture,

it takes 4-5 pages of $\LaTeX$ to write out the details!

*[sighs]*oh well: it is the weekend and i finally have time to hack out details for research. i shouldn't complain .. but what kind of "frustrated (over)analyst" would i be, otherwise?

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*for those whom are actually curious about the details, i need a suitable partition of $n$-dimensional dyadic cubes so that most of the measure lies either in subsets (***a**) that are convex polyhedra or (**b**) whose translates, under suitable unions, form convex polyhedra.
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