Brownian motion, Hardy spaces and bounded mean oscillation / K. E. Petersen

Auteur: Petersen, Karl Endel (1943-) - AuteurType de document: MonographieCollection: London Mathematical Society lecture note series ; 28Langue: anglaisPays: Grande BretagneÉditeur: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1977Description: 1 vol. (105 p.) : ill. ; 23 cm ISBN: 0521215129 ; br. Résumé: This exposition of research on the martingale and analytic inequalities associated with Hardy spaces and functions of bounded mean oscillation (BMO) introduces the subject by concentrating on the connection between the probabilistic and analytic approaches. Short surveys of classical results on the maximal, square and Littlewood-Paley functions and the theory of Brownian motion introduce a detailed discussion of the Burkholder-Gundy-Silverstein characterization of HP in terms of maximal functions. The book examines the basis of the abstract martingale definitions of HP and BMO, makes generally available for the first time work of Gundy et al. on characterizations of BMO, and includes a probabilistic proof of the Fefferman-Stein Theorem on the duality of H11 and BMO. (source : CUP).Bibliographie: Bibliogr. p. 98-101. Index. Sujets MSC: 60J65 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Markov processes -- Brownian motion
60-02 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Research exposition (monographs, survey articles)
30H10 Functions of a complex variable -- Spaces and algebras of analytic functions -- Hardy spaces
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Bibliogr. p. 98-101. Index

This exposition of research on the martingale and analytic inequalities associated with Hardy spaces and functions of bounded mean oscillation (BMO) introduces the subject by concentrating on the connection between the probabilistic and analytic approaches. Short surveys of classical results on the maximal, square and Littlewood-Paley functions and the theory of Brownian motion introduce a detailed discussion of the Burkholder-Gundy-Silverstein characterization of HP in terms of maximal functions. The book examines the basis of the abstract martingale definitions of HP and BMO, makes generally available for the first time work of Gundy et al. on characterizations of BMO, and includes a probabilistic proof of the Fefferman-Stein Theorem on the duality of H11 and BMO. (source : CUP)

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