I met with a problem when I am reading a paper "On the Redundancy of Slepian-Wolf Coding" by He, DK; Lastras-Montano, LA; Yang, EH; Jagmohan, A; Chen, J, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY, ISSN 0018-9448, 12/2009, Volume 55, Issue 12, pp. 5607 - 5627. The image below is an excerption of the paper where I have a question.

Here the term "type" just means pmf on $\mathcal{X}\times\mathcal{Y}$ with each entry having denominater $n$. We can think of it as a result produced by the following process: assume I have $n$ coins and want to place them on a chessboard having $|\mathcal{X}|\times|\mathcal{Y}|$ squares. After placing the coins, each square of the chessboard has $0..n$ coins and the sum of numbers of coin(s) in all squares is $n$. the type is defined to be a sequence(or matrix) of size $|\mathcal{X}|\times|\mathcal{Y}|$ with each element being the number of coins in the corresponding square devided by $n$. We can see that type is actually a pmf on $\mathcal{X}\times\mathcal{Y}$ but the denominator of each probability is $n$ (if not reduced). All of the types on $\mathcal{X}\times\mathcal{Y}$ is denoted as $\mathcal{T}_n(\mathcal{X}\times\mathcal{Y})$.

In the paper, $s$ and $s^\*$ are all types on $\mathcal{X}\times\mathcal{Y}$. $s^\*$ is a given fixed type; we can consider it as a constant. $s_\mathcal{X}$ means the marginal pmf on $\mathcal{X}$ (recall that $s$ is a pmf). It is required that $s_\mathcal{X}$ is a given fixed $t$. $s^\*_\mathcal{X}$ is also required by the lemma mentioned to be $t$. $\kappa$ is an arbitrary positive real number. $\tau(x^n,y^n)$ is the type of the joint sequence $(x^n,y^n)$. $\|\cdot\|_1$ is the L1 norm, i.e., sum of absolute values.

My question is: How the formula (C2) comes out? Although the paper gives a hint regarding degree of freedom of movement and step size $1/n$, but I still could not understand. Thank you for any help!