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On Representation, Boundedness and Convergence of Hankel-K{Mp}' Generalized Functions

  • Isabel Marrero

    Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
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Abstract

Under opportune assumptions on the defining sequence {Mp}p=0\{M_p\}_{p=0}^{\infty}, Hankel-K{Mp}K\{M_{p}\}' generalized functions can be represented as

f=xμ12(Dx1)kF(x),f = x^{-\mu-\frac{1}{2}}(Dx^{-1})^kF(x),

where kNk\in {\mathbb N} and FF is a continuous function on I=(0,)I=(0,\infty) such that Mr1FLq(I)M^{-1}_r F\in L^q(I) (1q)(1\le q\le \infty) for some rNr\in {\mathbb N}. A corresponding characterization of boundedness and convergence of Hankel-K{Mp}K\{M_{p}\}' generalized functions is given.

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Isabel Marrero, On Representation, Boundedness and Convergence of Hankel-K{Mp}' Generalized Functions. Z. Anal. Anwend. 23 (2004), no. 4, pp. 731–743

DOI 10.4171/ZAA/1219