By Robert B. Burckel
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Thus the countable set Um%l em is dense in L p (~2) is separable. 22 C ~ (f2) is a proper closed subset of L ~176 (f2) and so is not dense in that space. Therefore, neither are C0(Q) or C ~ (Q). In fact, L ~ (f2) is not separable. 23 (The C o n v o l u t i o n P r o d u c t ) It is often useful to form a non-pointwise product of two functions that smooth out irregularities of each of them to produce a function better behaved locally than either factor alone. One such product is the convolution u 9 v of two functions u and v defined by u * v(x) = f•, u(x - y ) v ( y ) d y (16) when the integral exists.
8 THEOREM (Minkowski's Inequality) If 1 _< p < oo, then Ilu + vllp ~ Ilullp + Ilvllp. (5) The Lebesgue Spaces L P (f2) 26 Proof. Inequality (5) certainly holds if p = 1 since f lu(x)+v(x)ldx So that Ilvll~ ~ 1. If u E L1(~2), we put u = Y~jc~__1 Xjlg; the series is norm convergent in L](f2) by dominated convergence. Since L Xju j=l t -- ~ L j ( X j U ) -- j=l ~ Xj(x)u(x)v(x) dx, j=l we obtain, passing to the limit by dominated convergence, L ( u ) -- f a u ( x ) v ( x ) d x . It then follows, as in the finite volume case, that I[vIIoc = 1. 46 T H E O R E M 1
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So that Ilvll~ ~ 1. If u E L1(~2), we put u = Y~jc~__1 Xjlg; the series is norm convergent in L](f2) by dominated convergence. Since L Xju j=l t -- ~ L j ( X j U ) -- j=l ~ Xj(x)u(x)v(x) dx, j=l we obtain, passing to the limit by dominated convergence, L ( u ) -- f a u ( x ) v ( x ) d x . It then follows, as in the finite volume case, that I[vIIoc = 1. 46 T H E O R E M 1