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In the half to hand the authors adopt to provide a presentation of the old improvement of the speculation of imbedding of functionality areas, of the inner in addition to the externals reasons that have prompted it, and of the present country of paintings within the box, specifically, what regards the tools hired at the present time. The impossibility to hide the entire huge, immense fabric hooked up with those questions unavoidably pressured on us the need to limit ourselves to a restricted circle of principles that are either primary and of crucial curiosity. in fact, this kind of selection needed to a point have a subjective personality, being within the first position dictated by way of the non-public pursuits of the authors. hence, the half doesn't represent a survey of all modern questions within the thought of imbedding of functionality areas. hence additionally the bibliographical references given don't faux to be exhaustive; we in basic terms record works pointed out within the textual content, and a extra whole bibliography are available in acceptable different monographs. O.V. Besov, v.1. Burenkov, P.1. Lizorkin and V.G. Maz'ya have graciously learn the half in manuscript shape. All their severe feedback, for which the authors hereby exhibit their honest thank you, have been taken account of within the ultimate modifying of the manuscript.
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00 Ilxll-oc; = inf X= Loo=t Xv v=l x,EX"v=1,2,... § 5. f' Derivatives and Integrals of Fractional Order It is clear that if f is a periodic function of period 2n, L(-n, n), with the Fourier series E then L incneinx 00 n=-oo f E L(-n, n), I. Spaces of Differentiable Functions of Several Variables 45 is the Fourier series of /'. If there exists a function f(rt) E L(-n, n), ex > 0, with the Fourier series L (in) rt cne co inx , n=-ao then f (rt) is called the generalized derivative in the sense of Weyl of order ex of Here f.
3 of Chap. 6). M. Y. S. Bugrov. S. Bugrov [1957a] obtained theorems giving conditions for a harmonic function in a disk to belong to an H -class in terms of approximation by harmonic polynomials of special type. r: r r I. Spaces of Differentiable Functions of Several Variables 53 Chapter 4 Nikol'skii-Besov Spaces § 1. Sobolev-Slobodetskii Spaces As we remarked above, the problem of describing the properties of the traces of functions in the Sobolev spaces W;l)(G) on manifolds of dimension m, 1 ~ m ~ n, can not be solved in terms of these classes alone.
Functions taking their values in a suitable Banach space (cf. L. B. V. ). If G is any nonempty open set in 1Rn then WJI)(G) admits a basis. One can also prove that the spaces WJI)(G), 1 < p < +00, are isomorphic to Lp(O,I). It follows that Sobolev spaces with 1 < p < +00 have an unconditional basis (Nikolsky-Lions-Lisorkin , Kufner-John-Fucik ). All these results have the character of pure existence theorems. Concrete bases for Sobolev spaces over the n-dimensional cube were found by Cisielski.