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(2(u) (1) g(a) = s f(a –u)du

do). To do this, let {{2,n} be a sequence of odd functions, each infinitely often

differentiable in the neighborhood of the unit sphere, such that (2,0tw) = (2,02), t >

0, ...

(2(u) (1) g(a) = s f(a –u)du

**satisfies**the inequality g, s IA, f, where I = s.s (2(a))|u(do). To do this, let {{2,n} be a sequence of odd functions, each infinitely often

differentiable in the neighborhood of the unit sphere, such that (2,0tw) = (2,02), t >

0, ...

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

weak, continuity hypothesis, then the singular integral s2(r– q (a ) = s ** son, E.

n a –y." (i) exists for almost all w if f is in L(E") or L,(E"), co-p-1, (cf. Exercise 8.23);

...

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

**satisfies**a suitable, ratherweak, continuity hypothesis, then the singular integral s2(r– q (a ) = s ** son, E.

n a –y." (i) exists for almost all w if f is in L(E") or L,(E"), co-p-1, (cf. Exercise 8.23);

...

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

the equation (A–t)f = 0 on [0, oo) which is not square-integrable but which

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

the equation (A–t)f = 0 on [0, oo) which is not square-integrable but which

**satisfies**|f(s)'ds = o(e) for some k > 0. Then the point % belongs to the essential ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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