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By J. Lindenstrauss, L. Tzafriri

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14 looks quite striking. 2, it really only reflects the fact that there are relatively few smooth, periodic functions whose successive derivatives grow at most geometrically fast. 2. The Non-Periodic Case: It is interesting to see what can be said (k) when the function f is not periodic. 4). Then ∆(k) n (f ) 1 =− (k + 1)! n x− (R) k=1 Im,n m−1 n k+1 f (x) dx 26 1 The Classical Theory still holds. Now add and subtract first at ∆(k) n (f ) = − 1 (k + 1)! nk+1 n − ∆(k+1) (f ). 7). 10). 17) [0,1] for f ∈ C k=1 ∞ bk (k−1) f (1) − f (k−1) (0) nk [0, 1]; C with lim f ( →∞ ) u < 2πn.

To check (5), I will use the following lemma. In its statement and elsewhere, a square will be a (multi-dimensional) rectangle all of whose edges have the same length. That is, a non-empty square is a set Q of the form x + [a, b]N for some x ∈ RN and a ≤ b. 12. If G is an open set in R, then G is the union of a countable number of mutually disjoint open intervals. More generally, if G is an open set in RN , then, for each δ > 0, G admits a countable, non-overlapping, exact cover C by closed squares Q with diam (Q) < δ.

7), this means that ν(∂I) = ν(I) − ν(I) = 0 for all rectangles I. 9) to see that ν(I) = ν(˚ I) = n=1 vol(Qn ).