4 edition of **Smooth Molecular Decompositions of Functions and Singular Integral Operators** found in the catalog.

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Published
**March 1, 2002**
by American Mathematical Society
.

Written in English

- Functional analysis,
- General,
- Mathematics,
- Decomposition (Mathematics),
- Function spaces,
- Integral operators,
- Science/Mathematics

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | John E. Gilbert (Editor), Y. S. Han (Editor), J. A. Hogan (Editor), Joseph D. Lakey (Editor), D. Weiland (Editor), G. Weiss (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Mass Market Paperback |

Number of Pages | 74 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL11419982M |

ISBN 10 | 0821827723 |

ISBN 10 | 9780821827727 |

They then develop fast algorithms and apply these to solving linear, nonlinear Fredholm integral equations of the second kind, ill-posed integral equations of the first kind and eigen-problems of compact integral by: Abstract. Let be a Schrödinger operator on, where is a nonnegative potential belonging to the reverse Hölder Hardy type spaces for some, are defined in terms of the maximal function with respect to the this paper, we investigate the bounded properties of some singular integral operators related to, such as and, on by: 3.

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The construction follows from a characterization of those operators which are bounded on a space of smooth molecules. This characterization also allows us to decompose a broad range of singular integral operators in terms of smooth molecules.

Main Smooth Molecular Decompositions of Functions and Singular Integral Operators Smooth Molecular Decompositions of Functions and Singular Integral Operators John E.

Gilbert, Y. Han, J. Hogan, Joseph D. Lakey, D. Weiland, G. Weiss. The construction follows from a characterization of those operators which are bounded on a space of smooth molecules. This characterization also allows us to decompose a broad range of singular integral operators in terms of smooth by: Main results Molecular decompositions of operators Frames Maximal theorems and equi-convergence Appendix.

Proof of basic estimates. Series Title: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society. Multilinear Singular Integral Operators on Generalized Weighted Morrey Spaces Multilinear Singular Integral Operators on Generalized Weighted Morrey Spaces.

We also obtain smooth atomic and molecular decompositions for these spaces. Introduction and Main Results Atomic and molecular decompositions are significant tools in studying Author: Fanghui Liao, Zongguang Liu, Xiaojin Zhang.

Bilinear Singular Integral Operators, Smooth Atoms and Molecules Article in Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications 9(3) May with 2 Reads How we measure 'reads'. In many cases the minimizers constructed in the book are stable (i.e., remain near-minimizers) under the action of Calderón–Zygmund singular integral operators.

The book is divided into two parts. While the new method is presented in great detail in the second part, the first is mainly devoted to the prerequisites needed for a self-contained presentation of the main topic. functions. We also establish the non-smooth atomic decompositions for the weighted Hardy-Morrey spaces and, as an application of the decompositions, we obtain the boundedness of a class of singular integral operators on the weighted Hardy-Morrey spaces.

Key words: Vector-valued maximal inequalities, Morrey-Hardy spaces, Atomic decom. Boundedness of multilinear integral operators and their commutators on generalized Morrey spaces Wang, Panwang and Liu, Zongguang, Advances in Operator Theory, Strongly singular bilinear Calderón–Zygmund operators and a class of bilinear pseudodifferential operators BÉNYI, Árpád, CHAFFEE, Lucas, and NAIBO, Virginia, Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan, Author: Yasuo Komori.

The Memoirs is designed particularly to publish long papers or groups of cognate papers in book form, and is under the supervision of the Editorial Committee of the AMS journal Transactions of the AMS. operators. A maximal operator associated with multilinear singular integrals is also introduced and employed to obtain weighted norm inequalities.

Introduction The seminal work on singular integrals by Calder on and Zygmund, as originated in [5], and the real variable methods later developed have played a crucial and in uen-Cited by: Bilinear Singular Integral Operators, Smooth Atoms and Molecules Bényi, Árpád The Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications Volume 9, Issue 3, Bilinear Singular Integral Operators, Smooth Atoms and Molecules Árpád Bényi Communicated by Guido Weiss ABSTRACT.

We present a bilinear T1 theorem in the context of. New Books for 04/05/ Smooth molecular decompositions of functions and singular integral operators / J.E. Gilbert [et al.]. PUBLISHER: Periodic integral and pseudodifferential equations with numerical approximation / Jukka Saranen, Gennadi Vainikko.

PUBLISHER. The method ot atomic decomposition of Besov and Lizorkin-Triebel function spaces is combined with basic ideas from the theory of singular integral operators and applied to the study of fractional integral and diﬀerential operators (FIDO), of which the Riesz potential is considered in detail as a model example.

The main new results are: charac-File Size: KB. The second volume contains more recent topics such as Function Spaces, Atomic Decompositions, Singular Integrals of Nonconvolution Type, and Weighted Inequalities. These volumes are mainly addressed to graduate students in mathematics and are designed for a two-course sequence on the subject with additional material included for reference.

In many cases the minimizers constructed in the book are stable (i.e., remain near-minimizers) under the action of Calderón–Zygmund singular integral operators. The book is divided into two parts. While the new method is presented in great detail in the second part, the first is mainly devoted to the prerequisites needed for a self-contained.

We introduce and study anisotropic Triebel-Lizorkin spaces associated with general expansive dilations and doubling measures on ℝn with the use of wavelet transforms. This work generalizes the isotropic methods of dyadic ϕ-transforms of Frazier and Jawerth to nonisotropic settings.

We extend results involving boundedness of wavelet transforms, almost diagonality, smooth atomic and molecular Cited by: Singular integral operators with operator-valued kernels, and extrapolation of maximal regularity into rearrangement invariant Banach function spaces.

Completeness fails in L 1, because the Mexican hat and its dilates all have integral zero. The Mexican hat problem is challenging because the wavelet system is non-orthogonal and non-band limited. Multires- olution analysis does not apply, because the Mexican hat satisfies no scaling or refinement by: Gilbert JE, Han YS, Hogan JA, Lakey JD, Weiland D, Weiss G, Smooth molecular decompositions of functions and singular integral operators () [A1] Under minimal assumptions on a function ¿ we obtain wavelettype frames of the form ¿j,k(x) = r1/2nj¿(rjx - sk) j ¿ Z k ¿ Zn for some r > 1 and s > 0.

Singular integral theory was initiated in the seminal work of Calderón and Zygmund. The study of boundedness of rough singular integrals of convolution type has been an active area of research since the middle of the twentieth by: BILINEAR SINGULAR INTEGRAL OPERATORS, SMOOTH ATOMS AND MOLECULES ARP´ AD B´ ENYI´ Abstract.

We present a bilinear T1 theorem in the context of Triebel-Lizorkin spaces. The proof uses atomic decomposition techniques and some a priori L∞-estimates for the action of bilinear Calder´on-Zygmund operators.

1. Introduction.molecular characterization of certain Hardy Spaces: n On certain classes of function spaces and on interpolation of sublinear operators, Representation theorems for holomorphic and harmonic functions in Lp: Smooth molecular decompositions of functions and singular integral operators.