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1. CMB 2013 (vol 57 pp. 413)
On the Comaximal Graph of a Commutative Ring Let $R$ be a commutative ring with $1$. In [P. K. Sharma, S. M.
Bhatwadekar, A note on graphical representation of rings, J.
Algebra 176(1995) 124-127], Sharma and Bhatwadekar defined a
graph on $R$, $\Gamma(R)$, with vertices as elements of $R$, where
two distinct vertices $a$ and $b$ are adjacent if and only if $Ra
+ Rb = R$. In this paper, we consider a subgraph $\Gamma_2(R)$ of
$\Gamma(R)$ which consists of non-unit elements. We investigate
the behavior of $\Gamma_2(R)$ and $\Gamma_2(R) \setminus \operatorname{J}(R)$,
where $\operatorname{J}(R)$ is the Jacobson radical of $R$. We associate the
ring properties of $R$, the graph properties of $\Gamma_2(R)$ and
the topological properties of $\operatorname{Max}(R)$. Diameter, girth, cycles
and dominating sets are investigated and the algebraic and the
topological characterizations are given for graphical properties
of these graphs.
Keywords:comaximal, Diameter, girth, cycles, dominating set Category:13A99 |
2. CMB 2013 (vol 57 pp. 119)
Splitting Families and Complete Separability We answer a question from Raghavan and SteprÄns
by showing that $\mathfrak{s} = {\mathfrak{s}}_{\omega, \omega}$. Then we use this to construct a completely separable maximal almost disjoint family under $\mathfrak{s} \leq \mathfrak{a}$, partially answering a question of Shelah.
Keywords:maximal almost disjoint family, cardinal invariants Categories:03E05, 03E17, 03E65 |
3. CMB 2012 (vol 56 pp. 801)
Estimates for Compositions of Maximal Operators with Singular Integrals We prove weak-type $(1,1)$ estimates for compositions of maximal
operators with singular integrals. Our main object of interest is the
operator $\Delta^*\Psi$ where $\Delta^*$ is Bourgain's maximal
multiplier operator and $\Psi$ is the sum of several modulated
singular integrals; here our method yields a significantly improved
bound for the $L^q$ operator norm when $1 \lt q \lt 2.$ We also consider
associated variation-norm estimates.
Keywords:maximal operator calderon-zygmund Category:42A45 |
4. CMB 2011 (vol 55 pp. 708)
Improved Range in the Return Times Theorem We prove that the Return Times Theorem holds true for pairs of $L^p-L^q$ functions,
whenever $\frac{1}{p}+\frac{1}{q}<\frac{3}{2}$.
Keywords:Return Times Theorem, maximal multiplier, maximal inequality Categories:42B25, 37A45 |
5. CMB 2011 (vol 55 pp. 689)
A Pointwise Estimate for the Fourier Transform and Maxima of a Function We show a pointwise estimate for the Fourier
transform on the line involving the number of times the function
changes monotonicity. The contrapositive of the theorem may be used to
find a lower bound to the number of local maxima of a function. We
also show two applications of the theorem. The first is the two weight
problem for the Fourier transform, and the second is estimating the
number of roots of the derivative of a function.
Keywords:Fourier transform, maxima, two weight problem, roots, norm estimates, Dirichlet-Jordan theorem Categories:42A38, 65T99 |
6. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 277)
Maximal Sublattices of Finite Distributive Lattices. III: A Conjecture from the 1984 Banff Conference on Graphs and Order |
Maximal Sublattices of Finite Distributive Lattices. III: A Conjecture from the 1984 Banff Conference on Graphs and Order Let $L$ be a finite distributive lattice. Let
$\operatorname{Sub}_0(L)$ be the lattice
$$
\{S\mid S\text{ is a sublattice of }L\}\cup\{\emptyset\}
$$
and let $\ell_*[\operatorname{Sub}_0(L)]$ be the length of the shortest maximal chain in $\operatorname{Sub}_0(L)$. It is proved that if $K$ and $L$ are non-trivial finite distributive lattices, then
$$
\ell_*[\operatorname{Sub}_0(K\times L)]=\ell_*[\operatorname{Sub}_0(K)]+\ell_*[\operatorname{Sub}_0(L)].
$$
A conjecture from the 1984 Banff Conference on Graphs and Order is thus proved.
Keywords:(distributive) lattice, maximal sublattice, (partially) ordered set Categories:06D05, 06D50, 06A07 |
7. CMB 2010 (vol 53 pp. 690)
On the Maximal Operator Ideal Associated with a Tensor Norm Defined by Interpolation Spaces
The classical approach to studying operator ideals using tensor
norms mainly focuses on those tensor norms and operator ideals
defined by means of $\ell_p$ spaces. In a previous paper,
an interpolation space, defined via the real method
and using
$\ell_p$ spaces, was used to define a tensor
norm, and the associated minimal operator ideals were characterized.
In this paper, the next natural step is taken, that is, the
corresponding maximal operator
ideals are characterized. As an application, necessary and sufficient
conditions for the coincidence of
the maximal and minimal ideals are given.
Finally, the previous results are used in order to find some new
metric properties of the mentioned tensor norm.
Keywords:maximal operator ideals, ultraproducts of spaces, interpolation spaces Categories:46M05, 46M35, 46A32 |
8. CMB 2010 (vol 53 pp. 491)
The Weak Type (1,1) Estimates of Maximal Functions on the Laguerre Hypergroup In this paper, we discuss various maximal functions on the Laguerre hypergroup $\mathbf{K}$ including the heat maximal function, the Poisson maximal function, and the Hardy--Littlewood maximal function which is consistent with the structure of hypergroup of $\mathbf{K}$. We shall establish the weak type $(1,1)$ estimates for these maximal functions. The $L^p$ estimates for $p>1$ follow from the interpolation. Some applications are included.
Keywords:Laguerre hypergroup, maximal function, heat kernel, Poisson kernel Categories:42B25, 43A62 |
9. CMB 2009 (vol 53 pp. 263)
Weighted Norm Inequalities for a Maximal Operator in Some Subspace of Amalgams We give weighted norm inequalities for the maximal fractional operator $ \mathcal M_{q,\beta }$ of HardyÂLittlewood and the fractional integral $I_{\gamma}$. These inequalities are established between $(L^{q},L^{p}) ^{\alpha }(X,d,\mu )$ spaces (which are superspaces of Lebesgue spaces $L^{\alpha}(X,d,\mu)$ and subspaces of amalgams $(L^{q},L^{p})(X,d,\mu)$) and in the setting of space of homogeneous type $(X,d,\mu)$. The conditions on the weights are stated in terms of Orlicz norm.
Keywords:fractional maximal operator, fractional integral, space of homogeneous type Categories:42B35, 42B20, 42B25 |
10. CMB 2006 (vol 49 pp. 3)
On a Class of Singular Integral Operators With Rough Kernels In this paper, we study the $L^p$ mapping properties of a class of singular
integral operators with rough kernels belonging to certain block spaces. We
prove that our operators are bounded on $L^p$ provided that their kernels
satisfy a size condition much weaker than that for the classical
Calder\'{o}n--Zygmund singular integral operators. Moreover, we present an
example showing that our size condition is optimal. As a consequence of our
results, we substantially improve a previously known result on certain maximal
functions.
Keywords:Singular integrals, Rough kernels, Square functions,, Maximal functions, Block spaces Categories:42B20, 42B15, 42B25 |
11. CMB 2002 (vol 45 pp. 265)
On the Smirnov Class Defined by the Maximal Function H.~O.~Kim has shown that contrary to the case of
$H^p$-space, the Smirnov class $M$ defined by the radial maximal
function is essentially smaller than the classical Smirnov class
of the disk. In the paper we show that these two classes have the
same corresponding locally convex structure, {\it i.e.} they have the
same dual spaces and the same Fr\'echet envelopes. We describe a
general form of a continuous linear functional on $M$ and
multiplier from $M$ into $H^p$, $0 < p \leq \infty$.
Keywords:Smirnov class, maximal radial function, multipliers, dual space, FrÃ©chet envelope Categories:46E10, 30A78, 30A76 |
12. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 330)
Maximal Operators and Cantor Sets We consider maximal operators in the plane, defined by Cantor sets of
directions, and show such operators are not bounded on $L^2$ if the
Cantor set has positive Hausdorff dimension.
Keywords:maximal functions, Cantor set, lacunary set Categories:42B25, 43A46 |
13. CMB 1997 (vol 40 pp. 169)
The class $A^{+}_{\infty}(\lowercase{g})$ and the one-sided reverse HÃ¶lder inequality We give a direct proof that $w$ is an $A^{+}_{\infty}(g)$ weight if and only
if $w$ satisfies a one-sided, weighted reverse H\"older inequality.
Keywords:one-sided maximal operator, one-sided $(A_\infty)$, one-sided, reverse HÃ¶lder inequality Category:42B25 |