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What would be the fate of the Hilbert 16th problem?

$$\text{Is} \; H(n)< \infty?$$

When I was a PHD student, working on limit cycle theory, my supervisor encouraged me to learn the elements and basics of noncommutative geometry in order to find some new interpretations for the concept of "The number of limit cycles". I have deep admiration to him, since he was a different supervisor among other mathematicians in Iran.

The second part of this note (http://arxiv.org/abs/1302.0001) is an $\varepsilon$- try to find a possible new interpretation for this concept.

Any way, I am interested in the fate of the following question: The error in Petrovski and Landis' proof of the 16th Hilbert problem

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