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ZJ I < 2 -p j=m(1) P3 -- (6) for Izl, and all Set N(p) = M(1) a. 3 by the + M(2) (formal) + . . + M(p-l) I x - iI > 2 -p 0 < m(1) for < m(2) p > 2, N(1) < M(p)- = 0 i. and define relation a. z j = ~ j=o 3 p=l (-i) p + I m(p) -i k Z bpk z k=o z N(P) so t h a t aM(l) + M ( 2 ) for +k = aN(p) + k = (-I)P+I bpk 0 < k < M(p) - i. Suppose 8 > 0 we Izl = 1 can find £ < 2 - q + 3 if j (2) k(1), + .... + M ( p - l ) k(2) [ u = 1,2]. q > p(1) with We a and z ~ i. such M(p(u)) Iz- 1 I < 2 -q-I then we - 1 ~ k(u) can ~ 0 find and a n d so g i v e n and p(2) j(u) if > p(1) = N(p(u)) > q and + k(u) then have j (2) j (2) zj z a l<_ j=j (i) 3 I p(2)-i < that > N(q) iz - li > 0 Then z -- p=p(1) p(2)-i Z p = p (i) j=n(p(1)) N (p+l) -i I z j=N(p) zj a j=N(p(1) j(2) I+1 3 Z 3 zj a.
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B M > 0 that (~) M-I ~ b = 1 j=o 3 (~) ] m(2) zj Z b. 3 j=m(1) for I < -- and Proof. (i) Let N = 2n+l N-I zj Z a. j=o 3 Then and 2 > s. Given 1 ~ (ii) such (exp Obvious. (iii) as = (~) is all = I, Iz-ll 0 < m(1) ~ c < m(2) < M-I . and - n [ zn (n+l) (n+l-Ir n+l r=-n I) zr is observe (iii) Izl automatic and (B) follows if w e t a k e N-I that ~ a. 4 applicable. ,aN_ Choose 1 as an integer in (i) and P > 4q - I take M and = PN, set c = D/4. Choose 59 M-I zj Z b j =o 3 so that is automatically If 0 such brN+k < m : P m l b.
Banach Spaces, Harmonic Analysis, and Probability Theory: Proceedings of the Special Year in Analysis, Held at the University of Connecticut 1980–1981 by Dale E. Alspach, William B. Johnson (auth.), Ron C. Blei, Stuart J. Sidney (eds.)