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( 1 ) 8 ( x ) = S 2 ( u ) f ( x — u ) du \ u21 lul "

where I = Ss2 ( 0 ) | u ( dw ) . To do this , let { 2m } be a sequence of odd functions

, each infinitely often differentiable in the neighborhood of the unit sphere , such ...

( 1 ) 8 ( x ) = S 2 ( u ) f ( x — u ) du \ u21 lul "

**satisfies**the inequality 18 , 314 , \ | ,,where I = Ss2 ( 0 ) | u ( dw ) . To do this , let { 2m } be a sequence of odd functions

, each infinitely often differentiable in the neighborhood of the unit sphere , such ...

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Calderón and Zygmund [ 1 ] show that if the function 2

weak , continuity hypothesis , then the singular integral Q ( x ) 2 ( x - y ) [ ( y ) dy

en x - y " ( i ) exists for almost all x if f is in Lj ( E ) or L , ( E " ) , 00 > p > 1 , ( cf.

Calderón and Zygmund [ 1 ] show that if the function 2

**satisfies**a suitable , ratherweak , continuity hypothesis , then the singular integral Q ( x ) 2 ( x - y ) [ ( y ) dy

en x - y " ( i ) exists for almost all x if f is in Lj ( E ) or L , ( E " ) , 00 > p > 1 , ( cf.

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( 48 ) Suppose that the function q is bounded below , and let | be a real solution

of the equation ( 1-1 ) = 0 on ( 0 , 0 ) which is not square - integrable but which

( 48 ) Suppose that the function q is bounded below , and let | be a real solution

of the equation ( 1-1 ) = 0 on ( 0 , 0 ) which is not square - integrable but which

**satisfies**S * 14 ( s ) ? ds = O ( lt ) for some k > 0. Then the point à belongs to the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Commutative BAlgebras | 868 |

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