# Questions tagged [function-spaces]

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Let $M$ be a manifold. Then is the ring of smooth functions $C^\infty(M,\mathbb{R})$ formally smooth over $\mathbb{R}$?
If it helps, feel free to assume that $M$ is compact.
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If $(X,m)$ is a measure space, and $f_n, f : X \to \mathbb C$ are measurable functions, then it is known that $f_n \to f$ in measure if and only if every sub-sequence $(f_{n_i}) _{i \ge 0}$ contains a ...

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I would like to know whether for a bounded Lipschitz domain $\Omega \subset \mathbb{R}^n$ (in the weak Lipschitz, so a "Lipschitz manifold", sense, not necessarily a Lipschitz graph domain), ...

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In $C_p$-Theory monographs, it is said that two topological spaces $X$ and $Y$ are said to be $t$-equivalent means that $C_p(X)$ is homeomorphic to $C_p(Y)$. Then they also define $u$-equivalences (...

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It is well-known that any Banach rearrangement-invariant function space $X$ on $[0,1]$ is a subset of $L_1[0,1]$, and I can find a reference that any quasi-Banach rearrangement-invariant function ...

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For $p \in [1, \infty]$ the Hardy space $H_p$ is defined as the space of all analytic functions $f$ on the open disk satisfying
$$\|f\|_{H_p} = \sup_{0 < r < 1} \|f(r\cdot)\|_{L_p(\mathbb{T})} &...

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$\newcommand{\loc}{\mathrm{loc}}$Let $(\mathbb{R}^n,\mathcal{B}(\mathbb{R}^n),\mu)$ denote the Euclidean space $\mathbb{R}^n$ with its Borel $\sigma$-algebra $\mathcal{B}(\mathbb{R}^n)$ equipped with ...

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Let $A$ be a subset of $\mathbb{R}^n$, and denote by $C(A)$ the space of complex-valued continuous functions defined on $A$. We know that if $A$ is compact then we can define a norm on $C(A)$ so that ...

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Let $X$, $Y$, and $Z$ be locally-compact, complete, and separable metric spaces and suppose that $X$ is compact; all non-empty.
Consider the spaces $C(X,C(Y,Z))$ and $C(X\times Y,Z)$ both equipped ...

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I know that $\ell_2$ is isomorphic to a subspace of $L_p(0,1)$ for any $1\le p<\infty$. However, I haven't seen anything about $L_\infty$. Is $\ell_2$ is isomorphic to a subspace of $L_\infty(0,1)$?...

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I have a questions and maybe you are able to assist with this? Let us consider the space $X:=\mathrm{L}^2[0,\pi]$. On $X$ we consider the family of operators $(P(t,s))_{t\geq s}$ defined by
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P(t,s)f:...

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Let $X$ be a locally compact Hausdorff space. As far as I understand, the space $C_c(X) = C_c(X; \mathbb{C})$ of compactly supported continuous complex-valued functions on $X$ is (most?) often ...

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Given $\Omega$ as $[0,1]^n$ or the closed unit ball in $\mathbb{R}^n$, we can consider the algebra of complex valued polynomials with pointwise multiplication and its closure with respect to the norm
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I am working on Function Spaces as a topological space. I want to get a sample paper which studies the cardinal invariants on the function space $C(X, Y)$ rather than on $C(X)$.

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I would like to know about the technique to check the cardinality properties for the function space C(X, Y), where X is a tychonoff space and Y a metric space, equipped with uniform or fine topology.

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A Poincare-Wirtinger inequality holds over a domain $\Omega \subseteq \mathbb R^n$ with exponentnt $1 \leq p \leq \infty$ if there exists $C(p,\Omega) > 0$ such that
$\| u - \operatorname{avg}(u) \|...

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From Wikepedia, the definition of geodesic is stated as:
A curve $\gamma: I\to M$ from an interval $I$ of the reals to the metric space $M$ is a geodesic if there is a constant $v\geq 0$ such that ...

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UPDATE (27/08/2020): I realized after a comment from Jochen Wengenroth that there was at least one false premise behind my question, owing to the fact that analysts sometimes use the words "...

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A function $u : U \rightarrow \mathbb R$ is an element of the Hölder space $C^{\alpha}(U)$ if
$\sup\limits_{x \in U} |u(x)| < \infty$
$\sup\limits_{x,y \in U} \dfrac{|u(x) - u(y)|}{|x-y|^\alpha} &...

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The Besicovitch class of $B^p$ almost-periodic functions is defined as the closure of the set of trigonometric polynomials (of the form $t \mapsto \sum_{n=1}^N a_n e^{i \lambda_n t}$ with $\lambda_1, \...

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In Hirsch's book "Differential Topology," he claims in Chapter 2, Theorem 1.4 that the set of $C^1$-embeddings is open in the strong Whitney topology $C^1(M, N)$ where $M$ and $N$ are $C^1$ manifolds. ...

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Let $C(\mathbb{R}^n;\mathbb{R}^d)$ be the space of continuous functions with the uniform-convergence on compacts topology. What are function spaces $X$ building on $C(\mathbb{R}^n;\mathbb{R}^d)$?
$X$...

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I have a question concerning the Fourier transformation. What I know is that $\mathrm{L}^{\infty}=\{\hat{u}:\ u\in Y\}$ for some space $Y$. Now, I want to specify the space $Y$. The question is, is ...

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Let $H$ the group of all homeomorphisms of a locally compact second countable and totally bounded metric space $X$ onto itself, under the compact-open topology ($X$ is totally bounded if every ...

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Let $Y$ be a compact, separable metric space and $X=C(Y)$ Banach space. There are many criteria for a linear subspace $Z\subseteq X$ to be dense; notably the Stone-Weierstraß theorem.
Are there ...

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This question was previously posted on MSE.
Let $M, N$ be smooth connected manifolds (without boundary), where $M$ is a compact manifold, so we can put a topology in the space $\mathcal C^\infty(M, N)$...

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A zygmund function $f\in\mathscr C^1$ is a continuous function satisfies $|f(x+h)+f(x-h)-2f(x)|\le C|h|$ for all $x,h\in\mathbb R^n$ in the domain.
According to Markus' paper A uniqueness theorem for ...

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I posted the following question on StackExchange a few months ago (https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/2898620/notions-of-beta-h%C3%B6lder-smoothness-when-beta-in-1-2-are-they-equivalent), but ...

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On the Wikipedia page on interpolation space, it is written that the space $C^\theta([0, 1])$ is the (real) interpolation of $C^0([0, 1])$ and $C^1([0, 1])$, where $C^\theta([0, 1])$ denotes the space ...

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I encountered the following space as a natural space for setting up a certain problem:
$$
S_m^p = \{f \colon I \to \mathbb{R} \text{ measurable }; m^{f} \in L^p(I)\}
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Here, $I$ is an open bounded ...

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In the formalism of Lawvere metric spaces, we have that the distance in the hom-space $[X,Y]$ is given by:
$$
d(f,g) = \sup_{x\in X} d(f(x),g(x)) .
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Therefore, a sequence of functions $f_n:X\to Y$ ...

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Is it possible to characterize the Hausdorff locally convex spaces on which all bounded linear functionals are continuous?
It is known that a space is bornological if and only if the space is Mackey ...

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Let $X$ be a completely regular Hausdorff space. Are there known conditions under which the algebra of bounded continuous functions on $X$, endowed with the strict topology, is bornological?
(Of ...

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Let $X$ be a Hausdorff completely regular topological space, and let $C_b (X)$ be its algebra of continuous bounded functions. Endow $C_b (X)$ with a topology given by some seminorms, that contains ...

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In (function space) interpolation theory, a Banach space $E$ is of class $J(\theta)$ (for $0 < \theta < 1$) if $$X \cap Y \subseteq E \subseteq X+Y,$$ where $(X,Y)$ are Banach spaces and form an ...

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For the usual Lebesgue spaces $L^p (\mu)$ ($p \in [1,\infty]$) on a ($\sigma$-finite) measure space $(X,\mu)$, it is well-known that one has the characterization
$$
L^p (\mu) = \left\{f : X \to \Bbb{...

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For the text below, define $f^\infty(x) = \lim_{n\to\infty} f^n(x)$ where $f^n = \underbrace{f \circ \ldots \circ f}_{n}$.
Usually 'continued fraction' means continued fraction in $\mathbb{R}$. For ...

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In volume 1 of "Linear Operators", Dunford and Schwartz say that (footnote F1, page 374)
"No completely satisfactory representation for the conjugate space of $ba(S, \Sigma)$, $ca(S, \Sigma)$ or $...

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I'll try to be brief.
Let us consider the Besov Space $B^{1/p}_{p, p}(\mathbb{T})$, where $1\leq p<\infty $ and $\mathbb{T}$ is the unit circle in the complex plane. I would like to know for which ...

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We know that there exist wavelets generating orthonormal bases in Sobolev spaces $W^{p,s}(\mathbb R^n)$, where $p$ is the index of integral and $s$ is the index of smoothness. Consider the orthonormal ...

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It is easy to check that the functions
$$f_{n,z}(x):=(z-x)^{-n},\quad n\geq 1,\quad z\in \mathbb{C}-(-\infty,0]$$ belong to the Hilbert space $L^2(-\infty,0)$, i.e., $L^2$-integrable complex-valued ...

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I'm trying to find references to approximations of topological dynamical systems in the following sense:
A topological dynamical system $(X, f)$ consists of a topological space (typically compact ...

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I am looking for a reference or a direct argument that shows the real interpolation space between $L_p$ and $B^s_{q,q}$ is $B^\alpha_{r,r}$, with the usual conditions on the indices. This result is ...

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For $1\leq p\leq\infty$, the $r$-th order $L^p$-modulus of smoothness is
\begin{equation}
\omega_r(u,t,\Omega)_p=\sup_{|h|\leq t}\|\Delta_h^ru\|_{L^p(\Omega_{rh})}
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where $\Omega_{rh}=\{...

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What is the intuition behind using compact open topology for eg. in the case of Pontryagin dual ?

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I would like to have a reference to the following statement which I think is true:
$$h^1 \hookrightarrow L^1.$$
The closest I came to this is in D. Goldberg's paper, "A local version of real Hardy ...

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Question: What are the connected components of the familiar spaces of functions between two (let's say compact and smooth, for simplicity) manifolds $M$ and $N$?
Specifically, I'm thinking of the ...