By George Biddell Airy

ISBN-10: 1418179310

ISBN-13: 9781418179311

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X; xı / ! x; xı / D sup D 0. xn ; xnı / 1=n Ä . 0 /1=n " for all n 2 N: Passing to the limit superior as n ! xn ; xnı //1=n ! 0 as n ! 1. xn ; xnı //1=n ! 0 as n ! 1. xn ; xnı //1=n < " for all n > n0 . "/g. x; xı / Ä " for all ı ! xı /. t u 0 . x; x / ! 3 below). 3. 1. xı / is also bounded in M. 2. 0/ is the set of all bounded real sequences. x; 0/ D supn2N n D 1. 5 Intermediate Metrics 35 3. 3. 4): for instance, if x D f2nC1 g1 nD1 and ˛k D 1=k, then x 2 X n X and ˛k ! 0 as k ! 1 if w is convex).

1). 9) hold with sharp constant C D 2. 4) is less than or equal to . 8). 1) in the following sense. 4. x; y/ for all 0 Ä Â Ä 1 and x; y 2 X. Proof. For instance, let us verify this for Â D 1. x; y/. x; y/. x; y/. x; y/. 1) with Â D 1, there exists 1 > 0 such that lim ! x; y/ < u; 2 and it remains to pass to the limit as u ! x; y/. x; y/. x; y/. x; y/. x; y/ Ä u1 < u. x; y/ < 1 Cu 1: Passing to the limit as 1 ! x; y/ Ä u, and it remains to take into account the arbitrariness of u as above. 5 (metric dw1 ).

X; y/. x; y/g C Â. x; y/g C Â. x; y// Ä r: It remains to pass to the limit as r ! x; y/. 9. 5(1). 2. Modular spaces Xw and Xw0 were introduced in Chistyakov [22] and studied in [24, 25, 28]. 3(1), in which the main results of [77] are briefly described. 4) from Sect. x; y/ on the space Xw , which is larger than Xw0 . wx;y /0 ). 6. Modular space Xwfin is (natural and) new. 8): some ‘duality’ holds between the modular spaces. 8 was first established in Chistyakov [28]. 10 from Chistyakov [24]. 4].

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