 About 4,130 results  books.google.com Lastly, the relation between the tent spaces Tpq and Lp, Hp, and BMO for q ≠ 2 is discussed. By the theory of TriebelLizorkin spaces, a projection from Tpq to Lp for 1 

 books.google.com Thus, we see that the John–Nirenberg inequality (1) [or (2)] becomes trivial for
nonincreasing nonnegative functions. Since for any f ∈ BMO this inequality gives
an estimate of the rate of growth of ( f − fQ0 ) ∗ (t), it is natural to putφ(t)= ( f − fQ0 )
... 

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correspondents, researchers stated “In this paper, we study the JohnNirenberg
inequality for BMO and the atomic decomposition for H1 of noncommutative
martingales. 

 books.google.com Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthdays of Peter D. Lax and
Louis Nirenberg : June 1014, 1996, Venice, Italy Peter D. Lax, L. Nirenberg,
Renato Spigler, ... In this case, JohnNirenberg inequalities hold on the balls ... 

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 books.google.com 1 Introduction Functions of bounded mean oscillation were introduced by John
and Nirenberg 3 in 1961, in the context of functions defined on ... 1 Clifford
Analysis The Space of Monogenic BMOFunctions and a JohnNirenberg
Inequality. 

 books.google.com 1.2.1. John–Nirenberg. inequality. We remind the reader that BMO is the space of
locally integrable functions f on Rn for which the following seminorm is finite:
fBMO = supQ1Q ∫ Qf−fQ, where fQ = Q−1 ∫ Q f and the supremum is taken ... 

 books.google.com 4.6.1 Global JohnNirenberg Inequalities The celebrated JohnNirenberg
inequality establishes the existence of a positive 5 such that for every disk BcC. 1
'exp (2*1^^2 (4.93) \b\ JB 1 V In particular, since xp ppex, we find that l/p i\B\IBl u
ub\p) ... 

 books.google.com Z7T We arrived at this result for a single interval s in Paragraph 10, using the
John Nirenberg theorem. The link between Landau's inequalities and the John
Nirenberg theorem is rather striking. It leads to the following question: Can
Landau's ... 

 books.google.com Our next result can be seen as a weak form of the JohnNirenberg lemma. Given
a measurable function 0 on (0. +oc), we denote 0'(x) = 0(l/x). Remark that a
simple change of variables shows that ,£' e BCOi if and only if 0' e BCOi with the ... 

 