By G.H. Hardy
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T h e o r e m . Let 0 5 0, < 0, 5 1, Ej E K(Oj)n J(0,) for j = 0, 1, 1 5 p 0 < il < 1. Then (E,, E , ) ~ , = ~ , ( A , , A , ) ~ ,where ~ e = (1 - A) 0, + il0,. 5 00, and (1) Proof. Essentially we follow the treatment given by P. L. BUTZER, H. BERENS PI. 2. Reiteration Theorem 63 Step 1. l(b) shows that for any decomposition a = e, + el, ej E E j , K ( t ,a ; A , , A , ) 5 K ( t , e,; 5 CteOIIIe,lIE. A,) + K ( t ,el; A , , 4 + tel-e~llelllE,l. Construction of the infimum yields K ( t , a ; A , , A,) 5 cteoK(tel-eO, a ; E,, E l ) .
Proof. StepI. Let 1 < p < 00 and f E [ Z ~ ( A ) ]If’ . aj E A , j = 0, + 1 , . . follows that fj(aj) = f(djuj)is a linear functional over A . Hence Now we choose elements uj E A with llujll = 1 such that fj(u;) is real and /,(a;) 2 2 llfrII - s j , where E, > 0 are given numbers. We set aj = IlfjllpA;l a; . 2. Duality Theory for the Real Method We consider E 1 0 . Using (4),one obtains if N + 69 03 llfj Illp*w~,i 5 Ilf I l [ / p ~ . ~ ) ~ ~ . (5) (1) and (2) show that one can construct a functional over Zp(A)with the aid of the elements f, E A’.
2 gives now a continuous operator a -+ U,(t)a from ( A o ,A1)e,I’into Vm(pp, xe - j , A , ; P,m - i - ~ ( 1 e), A , ) with U$J)(O) a = a. Setting 8 = e,, then xt3, - j = q, and m - j - x(1 - 0,) = ql. 3, one obtains a linear contin, A , ; p , ql,A,) with uous operator a + V,(t)a from ( A , , A1)e,,Pinto V n L ( pqo, UAJ’(0)a = a, Set’ting S,(t)= U , ( t ) ,jnrin 5 Uik)(0)a =0 k = jllllll, . . , jmax, k if +j. we construct Then S is a linear continuous mapping from P:r l , and RS = E . This proves (a).
A Course of Pure Mathematics by G.H. Hardy