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Functions with polynomial or logarithmic singularities on the diagonal s = σ). Conditions which are merely sufficient, of course, are well known (see Krasnosel’skij-Zabrejko-Pustyl’nik-Sobolevskij [1966] and below). Some more auxiliary classes of kernels on [a, b]×[a, b] are in order. e. the multiplication operator generated by the characteristic function χD of D. 20) lim µ(D)→0 b sup ||x||L ≤1 p ||y||L ≤1 q |z(s, σ)PD x(σ)y(s)| dσ ds = 0. 21) lim µ(D)→0 b sup ||x||L ≤1 p ||y||L ≤1 q |z(s, σ)x(σ)PD y(s)| dσ ds = 0.

G. g. Krasnosel’skij-Zabrejko-Pustyl’nik-Sobolevskij [1966]). For some other classes, the answer is unknown. 1). 1) in the space C which may be expressed rather simply in terms of the corresponding functions c = c(s) and k = k(s, σ). A parallel formula may be obtained in the space Lp , at least in the “extreme” cases p = 1 and p = ∞. 12. 17) acts in the space L1 or in the space L∞ . 31) γ∞ (s) = |c(s)| + |k(s, σ)| dσ. 33) ||A||L(L∞ ) ≤ ||γ∞ ||L∞ hold. Let first p = ∞. 2, sup |Ax(s)| = γ∞ (s). g.

29) λ ||z||Zp ≤ c ||z||1−λ W (α0 ,β0 ) ||z||W (α1 ,β1 ) for some c > 0. Moreover, W 0 (α0 , β0 ) ∩ W (α1 , β1 ) ⊆ Z0p if β0 > 0, and W (α0 , β0 ) ∩ W 0 (α1 , β1 ) ⊆ Z0p if β1 > 0. All results concerning the kernel classes U (p, q), V (p, q), or W (α, β) given in this subsection provide conditions on the parameters p, q, α, β under which these classes are subspaces of Zp (or even Z0p ). 9). The question arises which of these space are ideals (or at least subalgebras) of the algebra Lrb (Lp ). g.