Estructuras algebraicas VI (Formas cuadráticas) by Francisco M Piscoya H.
By Francisco M Piscoya H.
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XI / be a measure space, and let 1 6 p < C1. XI / ! XI /. XI//0 : The conjugate exponent p 0 is given for p > 1 by p0 D p p 1 ; and satisfies the identity p1 C p10 D 1: When p D 1, we take p 0 D C1. 1 (Lp boundedness). Let 1 6 p < C1. XI/ 6 C . 42 3. 2 in . We state it for arbitrary normed vector spaces, although it will be applied below in the setting of the separable Lp Lebesgue spaces for some exponent p < C1. 4. Let E be a normed vector space, and let V E be a vector subspace. For every continuous linear functional LW V !