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Lp-Lq estimates off the line of duality

  • J.-G. Bak (a1), D. McMichael (a1) and D. Oberlin (a1)
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Theorems 1 and 2 are known results concerning LpLq estimates for certain operators wherein the point (1/p, 1/q) lies on the line of duality 1/p + 1/q = 1. In Theorems 1′ and 2′ we show that with mild additional hypotheses it is possible to prove Lp-Lq estimates for indices (1/p, 1/q) off the line of duality. Applications to Bochner-Riesz means of negative order and uniform Sobolev inequalities are given.

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