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By Charles C. Pinter

Appropriate for upper-level undergraduates, this obtainable method of set idea poses rigorous yet basic arguments. every one definition is followed by means of remark that motivates and explains new suggestions. beginning with a repetition of the regular arguments of user-friendly set thought, the extent of summary pondering steadily rises for a revolutionary raise in complexity.

A ancient creation provides a short account of the expansion of set concept, with precise emphasis on difficulties that ended in the improvement of many of the structures of axiomatic set idea. next chapters discover periods and units, features, family, partly ordered sessions, and the axiom of selection. different topics comprise typical and cardinal numbers, finite and countless units, the mathematics of ordinal numbers, transfinite recursion, and chosen issues within the thought of ordinals and cardinals.

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2 So we set A k = Rk ∩ j |ϕsj | ≤ 2C14 λ , and then µ(Ak ) ≥ µ(Rk )/2. The constant αk is chosen so that for ϕk = αk χAk we have Qk f wk dµ. Then we obtain |αk | ≤ 1 µ(Ak ) 2 ≤ µ(Rk ) Qk |f | dµ ≤ 1 2 Rk |f | dµ ≤ 2 µ(Rk ) Qk 2 µ(Rk ) |f | dµ 1/p p 1 2 Rk |f | dµ (this calculation also applies to k = 1). Thus, |ϕk | + |ϕsj | ≤ (2C14 + C15 ) λ. 5) follows. ϕk dµ = ≤ C15 λ 134 X. 6) also holds. 8) Qi |f |p dµ 1/p C µ(2Qi )1/p ≤ λp−1 Qi |f |p dµ. 6). Suppose now that the collection of cubes {Qi }i is not finite.

1,p 5. 34-40]. We will introduce the atomic spaces Hatb (µ), and we will prove 1,∞ 1,∞ (µ) and that the dual of Hatb (µ) is RBMO(µ) that they coincide with Hatb simultaneously. For a fixed ρ > 1 and p ∈ (1, ∞), a function b ∈ L1loc (µ) is called a p-atomic block if 1. there exists some cube R such that supp(b) ⊂ R, BMO and H 1 for non doubling measures 2. 119 b dµ = 0, 3. there are functions aj supported in cubes Qj ⊂ R and numbers λj ∈ R such that b = j∞=1 λj aj , and aj −1 ≤ µ(ρQj )1/p−1 KQ .

In a similar way, it can be proved that if the 144 X. 8) holds for any pair of cubes Q ⊂ R with KQ,R not too large, then it holds for any pair of cubes Q ⊂ R. 4) taken only over doubling cubes Q ⊂ R such that x ∈ Q and KQ,R ≤ P0 . Then, by the preceding lemma it follows that M (f ) ≈ M (f ). 4) M ([b, T ]f )(x) ≤ Cp b ∗ (Mp,(9/8) f (x) + Mp,(3/2) Tf (x) + T∗ f (x)), where, for η > 1, Mp,(η) is the non centered maximal operator 1 µ(ηQ) Mp,(η) f (x) = sup Q x and T∗ is defined as Q |f |p dµ 1/p , T∗ f (x) = sup |Tε f (x)|.

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