#### RG Analysis and Partial Differential Equations

## V4B5: Real and harmonic analysis

#### Summer Semester 2018

- Dr. Pavel Zorin-Kranich
- Instructor
- Dr. Olli Saari
- Assistant

### Lectures

- Tu 14-16, 1.008
- Th 14-16, 1.008

### Exercise classes

- Fr 8-10, 1.008
- Fr 12-14, 0.011

### Topics

We have covered the following topics- (weak) L
^{p}spaces- Hölder, Minkowski, and Young convolution inequalities
- Banach spaces, duality, Hahn-Banach theorem (in extension form and in separation form)
- Dual spaces of L
^{p}spaces - Hardy-Littlewood maximal operator (weak type and L
^{p}estimates), Lebesgue differentiation - Real interpolation
- Complex interpolation (Riesz, Stein, iterated L
^{p}) - Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequality, Sobolev embedding

- Fourier transform
- Distributions, Schwartz space, tempered distributions
- Action on Gaussians, multiplication formula, inversion formula, Plancherel theorem, Hausdorff-Young inequality
- Poisson summation formula
- Heisenberg uncertainty principle
- Hilbert transform

- Calderón-Zygmund theory
- CZ decomposition
- Cotlar-Stein lemma, cancellative CZ kernels
- Calderón-Vaillancourt theorem on pseudodifferential operators
- Norm convergence of Fourier integrals in dimension 1
- Cotlar's inequality
- Mihlin-Hörmander multipliers

- Littlewood-Paley theory
- Cauchy integral on Lipschitz curves
- Adapted Haar basis, almost orthogonal expansion in L
^{2} - Analytic capacity
- Bounded functions that are mapped to bounded functions by CZO

- Adapted Haar basis, almost orthogonal expansion in L
- Oscillatory integrals
- Fourier transform of surface-carried measures
- Lacunary spherical maximal function

- Hardy and BMO spaces
- Atomic decomposition
- Complex interpolation between H
^{1}and L^{p} - Spherical maximal theorem for d≥3
- H
^{1}-BMO duality - John-Nirenberg inequality
- Div-curl lemma
- Sharp maximal function
- Perturbation of constant coefficient elliptic PDE

- Ball multiplier
- Sequence valued extensions of linear operators
- Perron tree

### Lecture notes

These notes provide a record of which topics we discuss. Many details are omitted, but references are often provided.### Prerequisites

Lebesgue measure and integration, functional analysis (Banach spaces and operators).### Problem sets

- Exercises 1, due on 17 April.
- Exercises 2, due on 24 April.
- Exercises 3, due on 3 May.
- Exercises 4, due on 8 May.
- Exercises 5, due on 15 May.
- Exercises 6, due on 29 May.
- Exercises 7, due on 5 June.
- Exercises 8, due on 12 June.
- Exercises 9, due on 19 June.
- Exercises 10, due on 26 June.
- Exercises 11, due on 3 July.
- Exercises 12, due on 10 July.
- Exercises 13, due on 17 July.

### Literature

- E. M. Stein and R. Shakarchi, Functional analysis. Introduction to further topics in analysis. 2011.
- E. M. Stein, Harmonic Analysis: Real-Variable Methods, Orthogonality, and Oscillatory Integrals. 1993.
- Muscalu and Schlag, Classical and multilinear harmonic analysis, Vol 1. 2013
- Grafakos, Classical Fourier Analysis. 2008
- M. Christ, Lectures on singular integral operators. 1990
- Wolff, Lectures on harmonic analysis
- T. W. Körner, Fourier analysis (interesting historical notes)

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