Thursday 06 Dec 2018: Pure Mathematics Seminar: Induction on scales
Jonathan Bennett - University of Birmingham
Induction on scales is a method for proving functional inequalities (a simple example could be
Holder’s inequality) by inducting on some auxiliary “regularity” parameter. This method comes in a
variety of forms, and has been surprisingly effective across mathematics. The aim of this lecture is
to illustrate the method in some elementary contexts, and describe one of many recent applications
in harmonic analysis.