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Of course, one can mollify the solution by convolution with a smooth, concentrated kernel, which would effectively smooth out the coarser quantized times. Since the underlying partial differential equation is linear, with constant coefficients, derivatives and integrals of solutions are also solutions. 7) with respect to x a couple of times (omitting the constant terms in order to preserve periodicity) produces a bona fide classical solution whose derivatives exhibit such quantization/fractalization behavior.

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