By Hans Triebel
"Theory of functionality areas II" bargains with the idea of functionality areas of sort Bspq and Fspq because it stands at the moment. those scales os areas disguise many recognized functionality areas equivalent to H?lder-Zygmund areas, (fractional) Sobolev areas, Besov areas, inhomogeneous Hardy areas, areas of BMO-type and native approximation areas that are heavily hooked up with Morrey-Campanato areas. "Theory of functionality areas II" is self-contained, even though it could be thought of an replace of the author's past ebook of an identical identify. The book's seven chapters commence with a historic survey of the topic, after which examine the speculation of functionality areas in Rn and in domain names, purposes to (exotic) pseudo-differential operators, and serve as areas on Riemannian manifolds.
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Theory of function spaces by Hans Triebel