

Seminar on Complex Analysis (Gonchar Seminar)
March 11, 2013 18:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Room 411 (8 Gubkina)






Boundedness and invertibility for disrete Hilbert transform with sparse poles
Yu. S. Belov^{} ^{} St. Petersburg State University, Department of Mathematics and Mechanics

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Abstract:
We are interested in the following question:
For which $v_n$ and $\mu$ a discrete Hilbert transform $H((a_n)) = \sum_n a_n*v_n/(zt_n)$ is a bounded operator from $l^2(v_n)$ to $L^2(d\mu,C)$? For a fast growing $t_n$ we give necessary and sufficient conditions. These conditions are similar to a classical Muckenhoupt condition. Discrete Hilbert transform naturally appears in studies of spaces of entire functions with Riesz basis from reproducing kernels (PaleyWiener spaces, de Branges spaces, weighted Fock spaces e.t.c.). In particular our results make it posssible to give a characterization of all Carleson measures (Bessel sequences) and all Riesz basis in "small" spaces of entire functions as well we will check Feichtinger hypothesis for such spaces (and reproducing kernels).
(Joint work with K. Seip and T. Mengestie)

