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The validity of the

The validity of the

**present**theorem in the range 1 < p < 2 now follows at once from its validity in the range 2 Sp Soo and from Lemma 9.14 . Q.E.D. In what follows , we will use the symbols p and n to denote the continuous extension to ...Page 1675

This completes the proof of the direct part of ( i ) of the

This completes the proof of the direct part of ( i ) of the

**present**lemma . To prove the converse , let F be in H1 ) ( C ) and let ő , Ê be in HK ( C ) . Let us agree to consider that each g in C ( C ) is extended by periodicity to a ...Page 1703

In the

In the

**present**section it will be seen that it can , at least for the class of elliptic partial differential operators to be defined below . A crucial theorem in the development of the theory of Chapter XIII was Theorem XIII.2.10 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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