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**Example text**

Consider an example. Let m(ξ ) = I[−1,1] (ξ ), where I[−1,1] (ξ ) is the inx dicator function of the interval [−1, 1]. Then F −1 [m](x) = sin / L1 (R). However, πx ∈ q −1 F [m] ∈ Lr (R) for any r > 1. Therefore, m ∈ M p , where 1 < p, q < ∞, and (p, q) is a conjugate pair. In particular, m ∈ M2 . In the one-dimensional case, in fact, m ∈ M p for all p > 1. In dimensions n ≥ 2, surprisingly, the function m = I|ξ |≤1 (ξ ) is an L p -multiplier if and only if p = 2. This fact was proved by Fefferman [Fef71] in 1971.

Here the constant C > 0 does not depend on f . The operator T is called a Fourier multiplier operator. The set of Fourier multipliers of type (p, q) is denoted by M qp . If q = p, then m is called an L p -multiplier. Correspondingly, in this case we write M p instead of M pp . 24. The following assertions hold: (a) If m1 , m2 ∈ M qp , and λ1 , λ2 ∈ C, then λ1 m1 + λ2 m2 ∈ M qp ; q q (b) If m1 ∈ Mr and m2 ∈ M rp , then their product m1 · m2 ∈ M p ; q q n (c) If m ∈ M p , then m(· + c) ∈ M p for any c ∈ R ; (d) M2 = L∞ (Rn ); (e) M p ⊂ L∞ (Rn ), 1 < p < ∞, p = 2; (f) M qp = M p , where 1 < p, q < ∞ and (p, p ) and (q, q ) are conjugate pairs; q (g) M1 = M∞ = F[B(Rn )], where F[B(Rn )] is the Fourier image of the set of bounded Borel measures B(Rn ).

Let f (x) = |x|1σ , x ∈ Rn , where 0 < σ < n. This function is locally integrable, hence is a regular tempered distribution. 55) 2n−σ π n/2Γ ( n−2σ ) . 32)). Namely, for arbitrary function ϕ ∈ G , |x|2 1 2 √ e− 4t , F[ϕ ](x) = e−t|ξ | , ϕ (ξ ) . 57) by t (n−σ )/2−1 and integrating over the interval (0, ∞), we obtain 1 n 2 π n/2 ∞ 0 |x|2 σ t − 2 −1 e− 4t ∞ dt, F[ϕ ] = t n−σ 2 −1 −t|ξ |2 e dt, ϕ . 0 Changing the order of integration performed above is valid. 56). 7. 13 for additional notes. Finally, we notice that the Fourier transform in the last example allows the analytic continuation to all σ ∈ C, except those which satisfy the equations: n−σ = −1, −2, .