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4 The disc conjecture and Feﬀerman theorem 51 Then we rewrite the above inequality as R TM h(ξ)γ(ξ)dξ ≤ Tm p h g Lp (R) Lp (Rn ) β Lq (Rn ) γ Lq (R) , which implies that TM h Lp (R) ≤ Tm p g Lp (Rn ) β Lq (Rn ) h Lp (R) . Hence, we have TM p ≤ Tm p g Lp (Rn ) β Lq (Rn ) . 3 and the above inequality, we obtain Rn m(ξ, η)ˆ g (η)β(η)dη ≤ Tm p g Lp (Rn ) β Lq (Rn ) , which can be rewritten as Rn Tm(ξ,η) g(η)β(η)dη ≤ Tm p g Lp (Rn ) β Lq (Rn ) . 1 that the conclusion of this theorem is true. 2, we have deﬁned the Bochner-Riesz operator Tα by Tα f (x) = Φα (x)fˆ(x), for f ∈ S (Rn ).

1) m∈Zn which is an absolutely convergent series by the condition (i), which is called the Φ means of σ(f ). We consider the relation between σεΦ (f )(x) and f (x) as ε → 0+ . 1 Suppose f ∈ Lp (Q) (1 ≤ p ≤ ∞). 1) converges to f in the norm of Lp (Q) and converges to f at the Lebesgue points of f . Proof. 2) belongs to L(Rn ). It follows that ϕ = Φ. By letting ϕε (y) = ε−n ϕ(ε−1 y), we get ϕε (x) = Φ(εx). 2, we have Kε (x) := ϕ0ε (x + 2πm) = Φ(εm)eim·x ∈ C(Q). 3) Taking convolution on Q, we get that f ∗ Kε (x) := 1 (2π)n 1 (2π)n = m∈Zn f (y)e−im·y dyΦ(εm)eim·x Q Cm (f )Φ(εm)eim·x = = f (y)Kε (x − y)dy Q m∈Zn σεΦ (f )(x).

52 C2. 1 Let n ≥ 2. The operator T0 is bounded on Lp (Rn ) if and only if p = 2. For p = 2, by the deﬁnition of the multiplier T0 , it is obvious that T0 is bounded on L2 (Rn ). So the most essential part of the proof of the theorem lies in giving the conclusion that T0 is unbounded in Lp (Rn ), p = 2. Before proving, we need some lemmas. 1 Suppose that p > 2, vj , 1 ≤ j ≤ k, is the unit vector in R2 and Lj = x ∈ R2 : x · vj ≥ 0 is a half-plane. Deﬁne the operator Tj by Tj f (x) = χLj (x)fˆ(x), f ∈ S, where χE (x) is the characteristic function of the set E.