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Abstract
We provide an atomic decomposition of the product Hardy spaces H^{p} ({formula presented}) which were recently developed by Han, Li, and Ward in the setting of product spaces of homogeneous type {formula presented} = X_{1} × X_{2}. Here each factor (X_{i}, d_{i}, μ_{i}), for i = 1, 2, is a space of homogeneous type in the sense of Coifman and Weiss. These Hardy spaces make use of the orthogonal wavelet bases of Auscher and Hytönen and their underlying reference dyadic grids. However, no additional assumptions on the quasimetric or on the doubling measure for each factor space are made. To carry out this program, we introduce product (p, q)atoms on {formula presented} and product atomic Hardy spaces {formula presented}. As consequences of the atomic decomposition of {formula presented}, we show that for all q > 1 the product atomic Hardy spaces coincide with the product Hardy spaces, and we show that the product Hardy spaces are independent of the particular choices of both the wavelet bases and the reference dyadic grids. Likewise, the product Carleson measure spaces CMO^{p}({formula presented}), the bounded mean oscillation space BMO({formula presented}), and the vanishing mean oscillation space VMO({formula presented}), as defined by Han, Li, and Ward, are also independent of the particular choices of both wavelets and reference dyadic grids.
Original language  English 

Pages (fromto)  11731239 
Number of pages  67 
Journal  New York Journal of Mathematics 
Volume  27 
Publication status  Published  2021 
Keywords
 Product Hardy spaces
 spaces of homogeneous type
 orthonormal wavelet basis
 test functions
 distributions
 Calderón reproducing formula
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Multiparameter Harmonic Analysis: Weighted Estimates for Singular Integrals
Duong, X., Ward, L., Li, J., Lacey, M., Pipher, J. & MQRES, M.
16/02/16 → 30/06/20
Project: Research