## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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The convolution

operators in Lp(E"), and conditions will be given ... k(y)[dy < oo, then it follows

from Lemma 3.1 that the convolution

defines a ...

The convolution

**integrals**<1) um/><=») = f,,k<w-y)/(my will be considered asoperators in Lp(E"), and conditions will be given ... k(y)[dy < oo, then it follows

from Lemma 3.1 that the convolution

**integral**(1) exists for almost all :0, anddefines a ...

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an

Cauchy principal value as +OOe(3y -6 00 etzw 1 :1 +H—e _ E-+0 _ 5 z 00 '2 on -

0° el'3Y__e_'-'7' = lim i— da: £—r0 5 'Z co . _ _ SID ly = lim 21]' dc: €—>0 5 w _ _

...

an

**integral**studied by Hilbert. The**integral**(2) may be interpreted in terms of aCauchy principal value as +OOe(3y -6 00 etzw 1 :1 +H—e _ E-+0 _ 5 z 00 '2 on -

0° el'3Y__e_'-'7' = lim i— da: £—r0 5 'Z co . _ _ SID ly = lim 21]' dc: €—>0 5 w _ _

...

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If we tried to take |.2:|'1 as the convolution kernel, i.e., if we considered the

multi-dimensional case the convolution

form ...

If we tried to take |.2:|'1 as the convolution kernel, i.e., if we considered the

**integral**J'+°° f(¢) (Lt -00 instead of (8), all our considerations would fail. In themulti-dimensional case the convolution

**integrals**<4) /+0” Q<""") /(1/)dy -00 of theform ...

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