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AuthorWilf, Herbert S. author
TitleFinite Sections of Some Classical Inequalities [electronic resource] / by Herbert S. Wilf
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1970
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-86712-5
Descript VIII, 84 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Hardy, Littlewood and P6lya's famous monograph on inequalities [17J has served as an introduction to hard analysis for many mathemaยญ ticians. Some of its most interesting results center around Hilbert's inequality and generalizations. This family of inequalities determines the best bound of a family of operators on /p. When such inequalities are restricted only to finitely many variables, we can then ask for the rate at which the bounds of the restrictions approach the uniform bound. In the context of Toeplitz forms, such research was initiated over fifty years ago by Szego [37J, and the chain of ideas continues to grow strongly today, with fundamental contributions having been made by Kac, Widom, de Bruijn, and many others. In this monograph I attempt to draw together these lines of research from the point of view of sharpenings of the classical inequalities of [17]. This viewpoint leads to the exclusion of some material which might belong to a broader-based discussion, such as the elegant work of Baxter, Hirschman and others on the strong Szego limit theorem, and the inclusion of other work, such as that of de Bruijn and his students, which is basically nonlinear, and is therefore in some sense disjoint from the earlier investigations. I am grateful to Professor Halmos for inviting me to prepare this volume, and to Professors John and Olga Todd for several helpful comments. Philadelphia, Pa. H.S.W


CONTENT

I. Basic Results -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Hilbert Matrix -- 1.3 Nonlinear Operators -- 1.4 Toeplitz Forms -- II. Sections of Toeplitz and Hilbert Forms -- 2.1 Integral Operators -- 2.2 Proof for the Rational Fourier Transform-Continued -- 2.3 Statement of the Main Theorem and Proof by Approximation. -- 2.4 Generalizations -- 2.5 Hilbertโ{128}{153}s Inequality Revisited -- 2.6 Homogeneous Kernels of Degree -1 -- III. Hankel Forms -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Asymptotic Growth of Orthogonal Polynomials -- 3.3 The Lowest Eigenvalue of Sections of a Moments Matrix -- 3.4 Generalizations -- 3.5 Upper Bounds -- 3.6 Spectral Density -- 3.7 Hankel Determinants -- IV. Nonlinear Theory -- 4.1 Introduction : A Minimax Principle in lp -- 4.2 Carlemanโ{128}{153}s Inequality -- References


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