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accepted About the Volterra operator and the approximation property
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comment About the Volterra operator and the approximation property
Everything clear now, words. Thanks a lot!!
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comment About the Volterra operator and the approximation property
Ok, i'll read it carefully to see if I get it.
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comment About the Volterra operator and the approximation property
Thanks a lot for the answer, user147264. But, for the first question, do you know some direct proof, using the definition, similar to the one given in math.stackexchange.com/questions/707706/… ?
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asked About a vectorial measure
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revised Which are the conditions for a Lorentz space $L^{p,q}$ to be o-c?
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revised About a countably additive vectorial measure
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comment About a countably additive vectorial measure
Your observation would give us that $\nu$ is a vectorial measure, I think. And how do we deal with the countably additive part?
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comment About a countably additive vectorial measure
Can you give me some hints about the question?
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revised About a countably additive vectorial measure
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comment About a countably additive vectorial measure
$m$ is a natural number, fixed. And with $x^i$ I mean $x$ raised to the $i$-th power.
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revised Question about Singer's theorem
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asked Question about Singer's theorem
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comment Which are the conditions for a Lorentz space $L^{p,q}$ to be o-c?
Thanks for the answer! Do you now any book/notes where this kind of questions about Lorentz spaces are treated in detail?
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asked Which are the conditions for a Lorentz space $L^{p,q}$ to be o-c?
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accepted A question involving Fourier transform