Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications

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Let Formula Presented the weight function on Formula Presented denote the space of even integrable functions on ℝ with respect to Formula Presented and define the radial maximal operator Formula Presented, as usual. We introduce a real Hardy space H1(Δ) as the set of all even locally integrable functions f on ℝ whose radial maximal function Formula Presented belongs to L1(Δ). We shall obtain a relation between H1(Δ) and H1(ℝ). As an application of H1(Δ), we shall consider (H1(Δ),L1(Δ)) boundedness of integral operators associated to the Poisson kernel for Jacobi analysisj the Poisson maximal operator Formula Presented, the Littlewood-Paley g-function, and the Lusin area function S. They are bounded on Lp(Δ) for p >1, but not true for p = 1. We shall prove that Formula Presented, g, and a modified Formula Presented are bounded form H1(Δ) to L1(Δ).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInfinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability
PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing Co.
Pages158-171
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9789812832825
ISBN (Print)9812832815, 9789812832818
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes

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Hardy Space
Jacobi
Maximal Operator
Poisson Kernel
Maximal Function
G-function
Radial Functions
Integral Operator
Weight Function
Boundedness
Siméon Denis Poisson
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Kawazoe, T. (2008). Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications. In Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability (pp. 158-171). World Scientific Publishing Co.. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812832825_0010

Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications. / Kawazoe, Takeshi.

Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability. World Scientific Publishing Co., 2008. p. 158-171.

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Kawazoe, T 2008, Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications. in Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability. World Scientific Publishing Co., pp. 158-171. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812832825_0010
Kawazoe T. Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications. In Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability. World Scientific Publishing Co. 2008. p. 158-171 https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812832825_0010
Kawazoe, Takeshi. / Real hardy space for jacobi analysis and its applications. Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV: On the Interplay Between Representation Theory, Random Matrices, Special Functions, and Probability. World Scientific Publishing Co., 2008. pp. 158-171
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