Growth envelopes of some variable and mixed function spaces
Abstract
We study unboundedness properties of functions belonging Lebesgue and Lorentz spaces with variable and mixed norms using growth envelopes. Our results extend the ones for the corresponding classical spaces in a natural way. In the case of spaces with mixed norms it turns out that the unboundedness in the worst direction, i.e., in the direction where $p_{i}$ is the smallest, is crucial. More precisely, the growth envelope is given by $E_G(L_{\vec{p}}(\Omega)) = (t^{1/\min\{p_{1}, \ldots, p_{d} \}},\min\{p_{1}, \ldots, p_{d} \})$ for mixed Lebesgue and $E_G(L_{\vec{p},q}(\Omega)) = (t^{1/\min\{p_{1}, \ldots, p_{d} \}},q)$ for mixed Lorentz spaces, respectively. For the variable Lebesgue spaces we obtain $E_G(L_{p(\cdot)}(\Omega)) = (t^{1/p_{}},p_{})$, where $p_{}$ is the essential infimum of $p(\cdot)$, subject to some further assumptions. Similarly, for the variable Lorentz space it holds $E_G(L_{p(\cdot),q}(\Omega)) = (t^{1/p_{}},q)$. The growth envelope is used for Hardytype inequalities and limiting embeddings. In particular, as a byproduct we determine the smallest classical Lebesgue (Lorentz) space which contains a fixed mixed or variable Lebesgue (Lorentz) space, respectively.
 Publication:

arXiv eprints
 Pub Date:
 July 2020
 arXiv:
 arXiv:2007.08210
 Bibcode:
 2020arXiv200708210H
 Keywords:

 Mathematics  Functional Analysis;
 46E30;
 42B35