Analysis IV: Integration and Spectral Theory, Harmonic by Roger Godement

By Roger Godement

Research quantity IV introduces the reader to practical research (integration, Hilbert areas, harmonic research in crew idea) and to the equipment of the speculation of modular capabilities (theta and L sequence, elliptic services, use of the Lie algebra of SL2). As in volumes I to III, the inimitable sort of the writer is recognizable right here too, not just due to his refusal to write down within the compact type used these days in lots of textbooks. the 1st half (Integration), a smart mix of arithmetic stated to be 'modern' and 'classical', is universally worthwhile while the second one half leads the reader in the direction of a really energetic and really good box of study, with probably large generalizations.

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23 In the following, by abuse of language, we will often say that “ f is continuous on A ” meaning that the restriction of f to A is continuous. This does not mean that f is continuous at every point x ∈ A as a function on X (example: the characteristic function of A is continuous on A in the previous sense, but discontinuous at every boundary point of A as a function on X). § 3. Measurable Sets and Functions 47 We break up the proof of this result into several parts. (a) Let us first suppose that there is a countable partition of X into measurable sets En such that f is constant on each of them.

Lq ) of the sequence (gn ) (resp. (hn )) . They can even be assumed to be dominated by two functions G ∈ Lp and H ∈ Lq (corollary 3 of Riesz-Fischer). The function ωn (x) = gn (x)/|gn (x)| is defined and continuous on the open set Un = {gn = 0}. Let us define fn by fn (x) = inf(|gn (x)|, |hn (x)|) ωn (x) 0 if gn (x) = 0 , if gn (x) = 0 . The function fn is continuous on Un , and as |fn (x)| ≤ |gn (x)| everywhere, it is also continuous at every x ∈ X − Un . As a result, fn ∈ L(X). fn (x) obviously converges ae.

The dominated convergence theorem can therefore be applied in L1 to the sequence (gn ), and as it converges ae. to the function g = |f |p−1 f , it is integrable, and hence so is its absolute value |f |p . The same argument applies to functions |gn |, which converge ae. to |f |p , whence µ (|f |p ) = lim µ (|gn |) = lim µ (|sn |p ) = lim Np (sn )p since the sn ∈ L(X) are integrable. Since the series Lp , it finally follows that fn converges to f in µ (|f |p ) = Np (f )p , whence (2). Conversely, suppose that g = |f |p−1 f ∈ Lp .

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