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Inclusions and the approximate identities of the generalized grand Lebesgue spaces
Let (Omega, Sigma, mu) and (Omega, Sigma, upsilon) be two finite measure spaces and let L-p(),theta )(mu) and L-q),L-theta (upsilon) be two generalized grand Lebesgue spaces [9,10] , where 1 < p, q < infinity and theta >= ...
Inclusions and Noninclusions of Spaces of Multipliers of Some Wiener Amalgam Spaces
(Inst Math & Mechanics, 2019)
The main purpose of this paper is to study inclusions and noninclusions among the spaces of multipliers of the Wiener amalgam spaces. M. G. Cowling and J. J. F. Fournier in , L. Hormander in  and G. I. Gaudry in ...
On the weighted variable exponent amalgam space W(L-P(X) , L-M(Q))
In , a new family W(L-p(x), L-m(q))of Wiener amalgam spaces was defined and investigated some properties of these spaces, where local component is a variable exponent Lebesgue space L-p(x) (R) and the global component ...
Bilinear multipliers of weighted Wiener amalgam spaces and variable exponent Wiener amalgam spaces
Let ?1, ?2 be slowly increasing weight functions, and let ?3 be any weight function on Rn. Assume that m(? ,?) is a bounded, measurable function on Rn × Rn. We define Bm(f, g)(x) = Rn Rnˆ f(? )gˆ(?)m(? ,?)e2?i?+?,x d? d? ...