Hardy spaces for ball quasi-Banach function spaces

Yoshihiro SAWANO, Kwok Pun Victor HO, Dachun YANG, Sibei YANG

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This article unifies the theory for Hardy spaces built on Banach lattices on ℝn satisfying certain weak conditions on indicator functions of balls. The authors introduce a new family of function spaces, named the ball quasi-Banach function spaces, to define Hardy type spaces. The ones in this article extend classical Hardy spaces and include various known function spaces, for example, Hardy–Lorentz spaces, Hardy–Herz spaces, Hardy–Orlicz spaces, Hardy–Morrey spaces, Musielak–Orlicz–Hardy spaces, variable Hardy spaces and variable Hardy–Morrey spaces. Among them, Hardy–Herz spaces are shown to naturally arise in the context of any function spaces above. The example of Hardy–Morrey spaces shows that the absolute continuity of the quasi-norm is not necessary, which is used to guarantee the density of the set of functions having compact supports in Hardy spaces for ball quasi-Banach function spaces, but the decomposition result on these Hardy-type spaces never requires this absolute continuity of the quasi-norm. Moreover, via assuming that the powered Hardy–Littlewood maximal operator satisfies certain Fefferman–Stein vector-valued maximal inequality as well as it is bounded on the associate space, the atomic characterizations of Hardy type spaces are obtained. Although the results are based on the rather abstract theory of function spaces, they improve and extend the results for Orlicz spaces and Musielak–Orlicz spaces. Moreover, local Hardy type spaces and Hardy type spaces associated with operators in this setting are also studied. Copyright © 2017 by Instytut Matematyczny PAN, Warszawa.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-102
JournalDissertationes Mathematicae
Early online dateJul 2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017


Sawano, Y., Ho, K.-P., Yang, D., & Yang, S. (2017). Hardy spaces for ball quasi-Banach function spaces. Dissertationes Mathematicae, 525, 1-102.


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