

October 25, 2022 15:00–15:40






Weighted Hardy embedding on the bitree
P. A. Mozolyako^{} ^{} Chebyshev Laboratory, St. Petersburg State University, Department of Mathematics and Mechanics

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Abstract:
Let $\Gamma$ be a polytree, i.e. a collection of dyadic rectangles on $\mathbb{R}^n$ (Cartesian product of usual dyadic intervals on $\mathbb{R}$) with natural order by inclusion.
The Hardy operator and its 'adjoint' are
\begin{equation*}
\begin{split}
&\mathbf{I}f(R) := \sum_{Q\supset R}f(Q) \quad\text{and}\\
&\mathbf{I}^*f(Q) := \sum_{R\subset Q}f(R).
\end{split}
\end{equation*}
We are investigating the action of this operator from $L^2(\Gamma,w^{1})$ to
$L^2(\Gamma,\mu)$, or, which is the same, $\mathbf{I}^*$ from $L^2(\Gamma,\mu^{1})$ to
$L^2(\Gamma,w)$, where $w$ and $\mu$ are just collections of nonnegative weights attached to
the elements of $\Gamma$. If for given $\mu,w$ the Hardy operator is bounded, we call $(\mu,w)$
the trace measureweight pair.
In this talk we consider a special case – the dimension $n$ is either $2$ or $3$ and the weight $w$
is a product weight (a typical case is just $w\equiv 1$). We give a couple of descriptions of
such pairs in potential theoretical terms: capacitary and energy conditions. We give a short
exposition of twodimensional results, and discuss problems that arise with increasing the
dimension. We also establish a connection to weighted Dirichlet spaces on the polydisc.

