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However, its Mellin transform k * ( s ) is a quotient of products of Gamma functions] and therefore has a very simple asymptotic behavior a t infinity, powerexponential decay. We introduce now a space of functions M;;(L,) based on the power-exponential asymptotic behavior of k * ( s ) on %s = l / 2 . For simplicity we assume p = 2. 37 This space turns out to be very convenient in studying convolution G-transform (56). 1. Let 2 signc+signy 2 0. If the norm o f f in M;:(L2) is defined through the norm of f*(s), then M;;(Lz) is a Banach space.
S ~ (15) (16) + for [<'I 141 # 0, has a unique solution in the space M of all stable solutions of (15) for arbitrary hj. The problem (13) - (14) is said to be elliptic if g A ( < , 4 ) # 0, for + Iql # 0, 0 the problem satisfies the condition Shapiro - Lopatinski. 1. Let p , C be in R such that C, 5 C, 1 5 p < 00, and the problem (13) - (14) is elliptic. Then, the following statements hold true. ( i ) If q E Q \ (0) then U has the inverse operator U-' is a bounded linear operator f r o m H E , ~ , , ( RRn-') ~ + , t o H e , p , , ( R ~ )not , depending o n p , C, (aa) If q = 0 , there exists a bounded linear operator R f r o m H ~ , p ~ q ( R T , to He,P,q(RT),not depending o n p , C such that UR=IfT, where, I is the identity operator o n He,p(R"+RIW"-l) T is a bounded linear operator f r o m He,p,q(RT,Rn-') to H ~ + I , ~ , , ( RRn-').