By V. Paulauskas, A. Rackauskas

ISBN-10: 9401177988

ISBN-13: 9789401177986

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R, where f r: I" -+ I", r(u) = f K(x, y)q (u (y), y) ely, o H:I,,-+R, H(u) = fh(t)u(t)dt. 26. Let q(u, x) be a function, continuous in u for almost all x and measurable with respect to x. For a fixed U, I q(u, x) 1 ~ c 1u IP -1, there exists, with respect to U, a continuous derivative q~)(u, x) and 1q~)(u, x) 1 < C 1u IP -i -1, i = 1,2, 3, for all u and x E[O, l11f IIKllp =[ !! 24, where k = 3 and Ol = P - 1 Proof. The estimate 1f(x) 1~ CIIKllp IIh IIq IIx 1I~-1 immediately follows from the conditions of the propositions and one has to compute only the derivatives of the functional f Since H is a linear continuous functional, then [*
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V. ej, i = 1, ... 91', P xP'). By E we shall denote the mean with respect to the measure P x P' and, by E', to the measure P'. 4) IIXj(w)IIP. 2). We shall prove the implication (a) => (b). ,,(B). s. e. one can find sequences an ->00, x/, EF and a Rademacher sequence &5n), j = 1, ... , kn' n ~ 1, such that ~=la,;l < 00 and for all n ~ 1 IIj~l e5n)u (x5n» W~ an j~l IIx)n) liP. E Without loss of generality, we can assume that k. an j~l IIx)n) liP = 1, otherwise it is possible to take the new elements i(n) J = [an j ~=1 IIx(n) liP] -lipx(n) J J .

Z) := gim(x)(zym. 8m(x, h):= Um(x + u(h» - Um(x). m = 1..... k; 80 (x. h, e):= 4>(1)[ g(x + U}h» - t] - 4>(1)[ g(x~ - tJ. 8) where / 1 := 12 := I ~~e-r8o(x. h. e)U 1 (x + h) ... Ur(x + h) 1~~e-r4>(S)[ g(x~ - t] Jl I UI(x) ... Us - 1 (x)8s(x, h)US+l(X + h) ... Ur(x + h)l. 10) Let us estimate 80 (x, h, e). Since Ig (x + h) - g (x) I ~ KIll h II. and the auxiliary function 4> has bounded derivatives satisfying the Lipschitz condition, then I 80 (x. 11) 28 CHAPTER 2 ~) I ~ C(/)Kl I c5o(x, h, (f) IIh II~-l.

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