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1. CMB 2015 (vol 59 pp. 62)

Feng, Han
Uncertainty Principles on Weighted Spheres, Balls and Simplexes
This paper studies the uncertainty principle for spherical $h$-harmonic expansions on the unit sphere of $\mathbb{R}^d$ associated with a weight function invariant under a general finite reflection group, which is in full analogy with the classical Heisenberg inequality. Our proof is motivated by a new decomposition of the Dunkl-Laplace-Beltrami operator on the weighted sphere.

Keywords:uncertainty principle, Dunkl theory
Categories:42C10, 42B10

2. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 475)

Wade, W. R.
Uniqueness of Almost Everywhere Convergent Vilenkin Series
D. J. Grubb [3] has shown that uniqueness holds, under a mild growth condition, for Vilenkin series which converge almost everywhere to zero. We show that, under even less restrictive growth conditions, one can replace the limit function 0 by an arbitrary $f\in L^q$, when $q>1$.

Categories:43A75, 42C10

3. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 198)

Guadalupe, José J.; Pérez, Mario; Varona, Juan L.
Commutators and Analytic Dependence of Fourier-Bessel Series on $(0,\infty)$
In this paper we study the boundedness of the commutators $[b, S_n]$ where $b$ is a $\BMO$ function and $S_n$ denotes the $n$-th partial sum of the Fourier-Bessel series on $(0,\infty)$. Perturbing the measure by $\exp(2b)$ we obtain that certain operators related to $S_n$ depend analytically on the functional parameter $b$.

Keywords:Fourier-Bessel series, commutators, BMO, $A_p$ weights

4. CMB 1997 (vol 40 pp. 296)

Hare, Kathryn E.
A general approach to Littlewood-Paley theorems for orthogonal families
A general lacunary Littlewood-Paley type theorem is proved, which applies in a variety of settings including Jacobi polynomials in $[0, 1]$, $\su$, and the usual classical trigonometric series in $[0, 2 \pi)$. The theorem is used to derive new results for $\LP$ multipliers on $\su$ and Jacobi $\LP$ multipliers.

Categories:42B25, 42C10, 43A80

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