Weak type (1,1) multipliers on LCA groups

José Raposo

Studia Mathematica (1997)

  • Volume: 122, Issue: 2, page 123-130
  • ISSN: 0039-3223

Abstract

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In [ABB] Asmar, Berkson and Bourgain prove that for a sequence ϕ j j = 1 of weak type (1, 1) multipliers in n and a function k L 1 ( n ) the weak type (1,1) constant of the maximal operator associated with k ϕ j j is controlled by that of the maximal operator associated with ϕ j j . In [ABG] this theorem is extended to LCA groups with an extra hypothesis: the multipliers must be continuous. In this paper we prove a more general version of this last result without assuming the continuity of the multipliers. The proof arises after simplifying the one in [ABB] which becomes then extensible to LCA groups.

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Raposo, José. "Weak type (1,1) multipliers on LCA groups." Studia Mathematica 122.2 (1997): 123-130. <http://eudml.org/doc/216364>.

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References

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  1. [ABB] N. Asmar, E. Berkson and J. Bourgain, Restrictions from n to n of weak type (1, 1) multipliers, Studia Math. 108 (1994), 291-299. Zbl0827.42008
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  6. [Sz] S. J. Szarek, On the best constants in the Khinchin inequality, Studia Math. 58 (1976), 197-208. Zbl0424.42014

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