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Since both sides of ( 1 ) are continuous in T and since every finite matrix may be

approximated arbitrarily closely by non -

consider the case in which T is non -

Since both sides of ( 1 ) are continuous in T and since every finite matrix may be

approximated arbitrarily closely by non -

**singular**matrices , it is sufficient toconsider the case in which T is non -

**singular**. Then A = ( TT * ) 1 / 2 is also non ...Page 1184

X , V€ A lx - yle These B - spaces have been studied extensively in connection

with the theory of

CalderónZygmund type may be shown under suitable hypotheses to map

functions satisfying a ...

X , V€ A lx - yle These B - spaces have been studied extensively in connection

with the theory of

**singular**integrals .**Singular**integrals of Hilbert -CalderónZygmund type may be shown under suitable hypotheses to map

functions satisfying a ...

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160 - 162 ) , IV . 2 . 15 – 17 ( 240 ) , IV . 6 . 1 ( 261 ) remarks on , ( 389 - 390 )

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160 - 162 ) , IV . 2 . 15 – 17 ( 240 ) , IV . 6 . 1 ( 261 ) remarks on , ( 389 - 390 )

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