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Fourier restriction theorems for curves with affine and Euclidean arclengths*

  • S. W. Drury (a1) and B. P. Marshall (a1)

Let M be a smooth manifold in . One may ask whether , the restriction of the Fourier transform of f to M makes sense for every f in . Since, for does not make sense pointwise, it is natural to introduce a measure σ on M and ask for an inequality

for every f in (say) the Schwartz class. Results of this kind are called restriction theorems. An excellent survey article on this subject is to be found in Tomas[13].

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