T. Kleiner, R. Hilfer
Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata 199, 1547-1569 (2020)
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The convolution of two weighted balls of measures is proved to be contained in a third weighted ball if and only if the supremal convolution of the corresponding two weights is less than or equal to the third weight. Here supremal convolution is introduced as a type of convolution in which integration is replaced with supremum formation. Invoking duality the equivalence implies a characterization of equicontinuity of weight-bounded sets of convolution operators having weighted spaces of continuous functions as domain and range. The overall result is a constructive method to define weighted spaces on which a given set of convolution operators acts as an equicontinuous family of endomorphisms. The result is applied to linear combinations of fractional Weyl integrals and derivatives with orders and coefficients from a given bounded set.
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