|Título inglés||Weighted inequalities through factorization.|
|Título español||Desigualdades ponderadas mediante factorización.|
|Organización||Dep. Mat. Univ. Autón. Madrid, Madrid, España|
|Publicación||1991, 35 (1): 141-153, 8 Ref.|
|Tipo de documento||articulo|
|Resumen inglés||In  P. Jones solved the question posed by B. Muckenhoupt in  concerning the factorization of Ap weights. We recall that a non-negative measurable function w on Rn is in the class Ap, 1 < p < ∞ if and only if the Hardy-Littlewood maximal operator is bounded on Lp(Rn, w). In what follows, Lp(X, w) denotes the class of all measurable functions f defined on X for which ||fw1/p||Lp(X) < ∞, where X is a measure space and w is a non-negative measurable function on X.
It has recently been proved that the factorization of Ap weights is a particular case of a general factorization theorem concerning positive sublinear operators. The case in which the operator is bounded from Lp(X, v) to Lp(Y, u), 1 < p < ∞, for u and v non-negative measurable functions on X and Y respectively, is treated in . The case in which the operator is bounded from Lp(X, v) to Lq(X, u), 1 < p < q < ∞ is treated in .
Our first result is a factorization theorem for weights u and v associated to operators bounded from Lp(X, v) to Lq(Y, u) where X and Y are two, possibly different, measure spaces and p and q are any index between 1 and ∞.
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