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156]). 27), we will establish a relation between the so-called total variation of a function ???? and the (Lebesgue) integrability of ???????? over the interval [????(????), ????(????)]. 14. 62), we may pass from a given nonconstant func tion ???? to the function ???? : [????, ????] → ℝ defined by ????(????) := ????(????) − ????(????) ????(????) − ????(????) (???? ≤ ???? ≤ ????) which often has the same properties as ????, but, in addition, satisfies 0 ≤ ????(????) ≤ 1. 24 in the next chapter. Apart from the spaces ????([????, ????]), ????([????, ????]), and ????([????, ????]), we now consider spaces of “more regular” functions.

23. 13) to ???? (in particular, ???????? = ∞ for ???? = 1). For fixed ???? ∈ L???????? ([????, ????]), we define a functional ℓ???? : L???? ([????, ????]) → ℝ by ???? ⟨????, ℓ???? ⟩ := ∫ ????(????)????(????) ???????? (???? ∈ L???? ([????, ????])) . 14), it follows that ℓ???? ∈ L∗???? . 23 (Riesz). 11) may be identified with the space L???????? . 29) for ???? ∈ L???? ([????, ????]) and ???? ∈ L???????? ([????, ????]), is a linear surjective isometry. 25). 43. 2 Some functional analysis | 21 in case ???? = 1. Interestingly, the map ???? is also an isometry between L1 and L∗∞ , which means that ???? ???? { } ∫ |????(????)| ???????? = sup {∫ ????(????)????(????) ???????? : esssup {|????(????)| : ???? ≤ ???? ≤ ????} ≤ 1} .

67) We denote the set of all Lipschitz continuous functions on [????, ????] by Lip([????, ????]), and ◼ the set of all ????-Lipschitz continuous functions on [????, ????] by Lip???? ([????, ????]). 71) respectively, are Banach spaces. Moreover, one may easily prove that Lip???? ([????, ????]) ⊆ Lip???? ([????, ????]) (0 < ???? ≤ ???? ≤ 1) , 21 Thus, in case ???? = 1, we drop the subscript 1 and write lip and Lip rather than lip1 and Lip1 . 45). 73) show that Lipschitz and Hölder continuity is some kind of “intermediate property” between continuity and continuous differentiability.