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Volumen 50, número 1 (2009)
Roque Scarfiello (19162008).
Norberto Fava
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A description of hereditary skew group algebras of
Dynkin and Euclidean type.
Olga Funes
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In this work we study the skew group algebra Λ[G]
when G is a
finite group acting on Λ whose order is invertible
in Λ. Here, we assume that
Λ is a finitedimensional algebra over an algebraically
closed field k. The aim
is to describe all possible actions of a finite abelian group on an hereditary
algebra of finite or tame representation type, to give a description of the
resulting skew group algebra for each action and finally to determinate their
representation type.

122 
A compact trace theorem for domains with external
cusps.
Carlos Zuppa
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This paper deals with the compact trace theorem in domains
Ω ⊂ R^{3} with external cusps.
We show that if the power sharpness of the cusp is
bellow a critical exponent, then the trace operator
γ : H^{1} (Ω) → L^{2} (∂Ω)
exists and it is compact.

2329 
Simultaneous approximation by a new sequence of
SzãszBeta type operators.
Ali J. Mohammad and Amal K. Hassan
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In this paper, we study some direct results in simultaneous ap
proximation for a new sequence of linear positive operators
M_{n} (f(t); x) of
SzãszBeta type operators. First, we establish the basic pointwise convergence
theorem and then proceed to discuss the Voronovaskajatype asymptotic formula.
Finally, we obtain an error estimate in terms of modulus of continuity
of the function being approximated.

3140 
Amalgamation property in quasimodal algebras.
Sergio Arturo Celani
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In this paper we will give suitable notions of Amalgamation and
Superamalgamation properties for the class of quasimodal algebras introduced
by the author in his paper QuasiModal algebras.

4146 
The subvariety of QHeyting algebras
generated by chains.
Laura A. Rueda
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The variety QH of Heyting algebras with a quantifier
[14] corresponds to the algebraic study of the modal intuitionistic
propositional calculus
without the necessity operator. This paper is concerned with the subvariety
C of QH generated by chains. We prove that this
subvariety is characterized
within QH by the equations
∇(x ∧ y) ≈ ∇x ∧ ∇y
and
(x → y) ∨ (y → x) ≈ 1.
We investigate free objects in C.

4759 
Approximation degree for generalized integral operators.
S. Jain and R. K. Gangwar
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Very recently Jain et al. [4] proposed generalized integrated Baskakov operators
V_{n,α} (f,x), α > 0
and estimated some approximation properties
in simultaneous approximation. In the present paper we establish the rate
of convergence of these operators and its Bezier variant, for functions which
have derivatives of bounded variation.

6168 
Exponents of modular reductions of families of elliptic curves.
Igor E. Shparlinski
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For some natural families of elliptic curves we show that "on average"
the exponent of the point group of their reductions modulo a prime p
grows as p^{1+o(1)}.

6974 
Exponential families of minimally noncoordinated graphs.
Francisco Soulignac and Gabriel Sueiro
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A graph G is coordinated if, for every induced subgraph H of
G, the minimum number of colors that can be assigned to the cliques of
H
in such a way that no two cliques with nonempty intersection receive the
same color is equal to the maximum number of cliques of H with a common
vertex. In a previous work, coordinated graphs were characterized by minimal
forbidden induced subgraphs within some classes of graphs. In this note,
we present families of minimally noncoordinated graphs whose cardinality
grows exponentially on the number of vertices and edges. Furthermore, we
describe some ideas to generate similar families. Based on these results, it
seems difficult to find a general characterization of coordinated graphs by
minimal forbidden induced subgraphs.

7585 
Functional versions of the CaristiKirk theorem.
Mihai Turinici
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Many functional versions of the CaristiKirk fixed point theorem
are nothing but logical equivalents of the result in question.

8797 
Hecke operators on cohomology.
Min Ho Lee
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Hecke operators play an important role in the theory of automorphic forms,
and automorphic forms are closely linked to various cohomology
groups. This paper is mostly a survey of Hecke operators acting on certain
types of cohomology groups. The class of cohomology on which Hecke operators
are introduced includes the group cohomology of discrete subgroups of a
semisimple Lie group, the de Rham cohomology of locally symmetric spaces,
and the cohomology of symmetric spaces with coefficients in a system of local
groups. We construct canonical isomorphisms among such cohomology
groups and discuss the compatibility of the Hecke operators with respect to
those canonical isomorphisms.

99144 
Weak type (1, 1) of maximal operators on metric
measure spaces.
Marilina Carena
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A discretization method for the study of the weak type (1, 1) for
the maximal of a sequence of convolution operators on R^{n} has been introduced
by Miguel de Guzmán and Teresa Carrillo, by replacing the integrable
functions by finite sums of Dirac deltas. Trying to extend the above mentioned
result to integral operators defined on metric measure spaces, a general setting
containing at once continuous, discrete and mixed contexts, a caveat comes
from the result in On restricted weak type (1, 1); the discrete case (Akcoglu
M.; Baxter J.; Bellow A.; Jones R., Israel J. Math. 124 (2001), 285297).
There a sequence of convolution operators in l^{1}(Z) is constructed such that
the maximal operator is of restricted weak type (1, 1), or equivalently of weak
type (1, 1) over finite sums of Dirac deltas, but not of weak type (1, 1). The
purpose of this note is twofold. First we prove that, in a general metric
measure space with a measure that is absolutely continuous with respect to some
doubling measure, the weak type (1, 1) of the maximal operator associated to
a given sequence of integral operators is equivalent to the weak type (1, 1) over
linear combinations of Dirac deltas with positive integer coefficients. Second,
for the nonatomic case we obtain as a corollary that any of these weak type
properties is equivalent to the weak type (1, 1) over finite sums of Dirac deltas
supported at different points.

145159 
Formulas for the EulerMascheroni constant.
Pablo A. Panzone
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We give several integral representations for the EulerMascheroni
constant using a combinatorial identity for
Σ_{n=1}^{N} 1/[(n+x)(n+y)].
The derivation of this combinatorial identity is done in an elemental way.

161164 
2008 / LVIII Reunión anual de Comunicaciones Científicas
de la Unión Matemática Argentina y XXXI Reunión de Educación Matemática.
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165166 
Volumen 50, número 2 (2009)
Haar shifts, commutators, and Hankel operators.
Michael Lacey
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Hankel operators lie at the junction of analytic and
realvariables. We will explore this junction, from the point
of view of Haar shifts and commutators.

113 
Atomic decompositions and operators on Hardy spaces.
Stefano Meda, Peter Sjögren and Maria Vallarino
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This paper is essentially the second authors' lecture at the
CIMPAUNESCO Argentina School 2008, Real Analysis and its
Applications. It summarises large parts of the three authors'
paper [MSV]. Only one proof is given. In the setting of a
Euclidean space, we consider operators defined and uniformly
bounded on atoms of a Hardy space H^{p}. The
question discussed is whether such an operator must be bounded
on H^{p}. This leads to a study of the
difference between countable and finite atomic decompositions
in Hardy spaces.
[MSV] S. Meda, P. Sjögren and M. Vallarino, On the
H^{1}  L^{1} boundedness of operators,
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 136 (2008), 29212931.

1522 
Notes on the spaces of bilinear multipliers.
Oscar Blasco
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A locally integrable function m(ξ, η) defined on
R^{n} × R^{n} is said
to be a bilinear multiplier on R^{n} of type
(p_{1}, p_{2}, p_{3}) if
defines a bounded bilinear operator from
L^{p1}(R^{n}) ×
L^{p2}(R^{n}) to
L^{p3}(R^{n}). The
study of the basic properties of such spaces is investigated
and several methods of constructing examples of bilinear
multipliers are provided. The special case where m(ξ, η)
= M(ξ − η) for a
given M defined on R^{n} is also addressed.

2337 
Transference of L^{p}boundedness between
harmonic analysis operators for Laguerre and Hermite settings.
Jorge J. Betancor
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In this paper we discuss a transference method of L^{p}boundedness
properties for harmonic analysis operators in the Hermite setting to the corresponding
operators in the Laguerre context. As a byproduct of our procedure
we obtain new characterizations of certain classes of Banach spaces and Köethe
spaces.

3949 
Mixed weak type inequalities for onesided operators
and ergodic theorems.
F. J. MartínReyes
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This paper is essentially the talk I addressed in the CIMPAUNESCO Argentina
School 2008. It is about mixed weak type inequalities and it is based
on a joint paper with S. Ombrosi:
Francisco J. MartínReyes and Sheldy J. Ombrosi, Mixed weak type
inequalities for onesided operators, Q. J. Math. 60 (2009),
no. 1, 6373.

5161 
Gelfand pairs related to groups of Heisenberg type.
Linda Saal
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In this article we collect some known results concerning
(generalized) Gelfand pairs (K, N), where N is a group of Heisenberg
type and K is a subgroup of automorphisms of N. We also give new examples.

6374 
Harmonic analysis on Heisenberg nilmanifolds.
Sundaram Thangavelu
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In these lectures we plan to present a survey of certain
aspects of harmonic analysis on a Heisenberg nilmanifold
Γ\H^{n}. Using WeilBrezinZak transform we
obtain an explicit decomposition of
L^{2}(Γ\H^{n}) into irreducible subspaces
invariant under the right regular representation of the
Heisenberg group. We then study the SegalBargmann transform
associated to the Laplacian on a nilmanifold and characterise
the image of L^{2}(Γ\H^{n}) in terms of
twisted Bergman and Hermite Bergman spaces.

7593 
Entire solutions of the AllenCahn equation and
complete embedded minimal surfaces.
Manuel Del Pino, Michal Kowalczyk, and Juncheng Wei
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We review some recent results on construction of entire solutions
to the classical semilinear elliptic equation
Δu + u − u^{3} = 0 in
R^{N}.
In various cases, large dilations of an embedded, complete
minimal surface approximate the transition set of a solution
that connects the equilibria ±1. In particular, our
construction answers negatively a celebrated conjecture by E.
De Giorgi in dimensions N ≥ 9.

95107 
Pointwise estimates for gradients of temperatures in
terms of maximal functions.
Hugo Aimar, Ivana Gómez, and Bibiana Iaffei
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We give a detailed proof, in the case of one space dimension,
of a pointwise upper estimate for the space gradient of a temperature. The
operators involved are a onesided HardyLittlewood maximal in time and the
Calderón sharp maximal operator in space.

109118 
The growth of the A_{p} constant on
classical estimates.
Carlos Pérez
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We survey on some recent results concerning weak and strong
weighted L^{p} estimates for CalderónZygmund operators with sharp bounds
when the weight satisfies the A_{1} condition. These questions are related to a
problem posed by Muckenhoupt and Wheeden in the seventies.

119135 
A note on maximal operators associated with Hankel
multipliers.
Gustavo Garrigós and Andreas Seeger
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Let m have compact support in (0, ∞).
For 1 < p < 2d/(d + 1), we give a
necessary and sufficient condition for the
L^{p}_{rad}(R^{d})boundedness
of the maximal operator associated with the radial multiplier
m(ξ). More generally we prove a similar result for
maximal operators associated with multipliers of modified
Hankel transforms. The result is obtained by modifying the
proof of the characterization of Hankel multipliers given by
the authors in: G. Garrigós and A. Seeger. Characterizations of
Hankel multipliers. Math. Ann. 342 (2008), 3168.

137148 
Random walks and the porous medium equation.
C. Cortázar, M. Elgueta, S. Martínez and J. D. Rossi
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In this paper we consider a fixed initial condition
u_{0} and we study the limit as ε →
0 of u_{ε}, the solution to the
rescaled problem
with initial condition
u_{ε}(x, 0) = u_{0}(x).
Here J is a
smooth non negative even function supported in the interval
[−1, 1]. Moreover it is assumed that
∫ J = 1 and that J is decreasing on [0, 1].
We prove that, under adequate hypothesis on the initial
condition, the limit
lim_{ε→0} u_{ε} = u
is the solution to the well known porous medium equation
v_{t} = D(v^{3})_{xx},
with initial condition
u_{ε}(x, 0) = u_{0}(x)
for a suitable constant D.

149155 
Multilinear singular integral operators with variable
coefficients.
Rodolfo H. Torres
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Some recent results for bilinear or multilinear singular integrals
operators are presented. The focus is on some of the results that can be viewed
as natural counterparts of classical theorems in CalderónZygmund theory,
adding to the already existing extensive literature in the subject. In particular,
two different classes of operators that can be seen as bilinear counterparts of
linear CalderónZygmund operators are considered. Some highlights of the
recent progress done for operators with variable coefficients are a modulation
invariant bilinear T1Theorem and some new weighted norm inequalities.

157174 
Schwartz functions on the Heisenberg group,
spectral multipliers and Gelfand pairs.
Fulvio Ricci
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We review recent results proved jointly with B. Di Blasio and
F. Astengo. On the Heisenberg group H_{n},
consider the two commuting selfadjoint operators L and
i^{−1}T, where L is the
sublaplacian and T is the central derivative. Their
joint L^{2}spectrum is the socalled Heisenberg
fan, contained in R^{2}. To any bounded Borel function
m on the fan, we associate the operator m(L,
i^{−1}T). The main result that we describe
says that the convolution kernel of m(L,
i^{−1}T) is a Schwartz function if and
only if m is the restriction of a Schwartz function on
R^{2}. We point out that this result can be interpreted
in terms of the spherical transform for the convolution algebra
of U(n)invariant functions on
H_{n}. We also describe extensions to more
general situations.

175186 
Hankel operators between HardyOrlicz spaces
and products of holomorphic functions.
Aline Bonami and Benoît Sehba
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For B_{n} the unit ball of C_{n},
we consider HardyOrlicz spaces of holomorphic functions
H^{Φ}, which are preduals of spaces of BMOA
type with weight. We characterize the symbols of Hankel
operators that extend into bounded operators from the
HardyOrlicz H^{Φ1} into
H^{Φ2}. We also consider the closely
related question of integrability properties of the product of
two functions, one in H^{Φ1} and the
other one in the dual of H^{Φ2}.

187199 
Remarks on spectral multiplier theorems
on Hardy spaces associated with semigroups of operators.
Jacek Dziubański and Marcin Preisner
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Let L be a nonnegative, selfadjoint operator on
L^{2}(Ω), where (Ω, d, μ)
is a space of homogeneous type. Assume that the semigroup
{T_{t}}_{t>0} generated by −L
satisfies Gaussian bounds, or more generally DaviesGaffney
estimates. We say that f belongs to the Hardy space
H^{1}_{L} if the square function
belongs to L^{1}(Ω, dμ), where
Γ(x) = {(y, t) ∈ Ω
× (0, ∞) : d(x, y) <
t}. We prove spectral multiplier theorems for L
on H^{1}_{L}.

201215 
Optimal nonlinear models.
Akram Aldroubi, Carlos Cabrelli, and Ursula Molter
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This paper is a survey about recent results on sparse
representations and optimal models in different settings.
Given a set of functions, we show that there exists an optimal
collection of subspaces minimizing the sum of the square of the
distances between each function and its closest subspace in the
collection. Further, this collection of subspaces gives the
best sparse representation for the given data, in a sense
defined later, and provides an optimal model for sampling in a
union of subspaces.

217225 
Nota sobre la vida y obra de L. A. Santaló.
A. M. Naveira y A. Reventós
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