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A derivative of a homogeneous summand in (6) is itself a homogenous function. So as N - 00, the integral of this derivative over a face of the polytope is a homogenous function in N whose degree depends on the degree of this derivative and the dimension of the face. So the contributions of the polyhomogenous terms with sufficiently negative degree in (6) will be homogeneous terms of high negative degree in N in (15). By the same token, each homogenous summand in (6) will yield THE EHRHART FUNCTION FOR SYMBOLS 37 a finite number of terms to each order in (15).
A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry, Vol. 5, Third Edition by Michael Spivak