Exercises for Fourier Analysis by T. W. Körner

By T. W. Körner

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For any g E Hand e > 0, divide I into a finite number of closed subintervals Ii' ... , IN of length less than e. In the interior It of Ii' choose a closed interval Ji C It - g(An) (i = 1, ... , N). Let hi be a piece-wise linear homeomorphism of Ii onto itself that leaves the endpoints fixed and maps Ji onto an interval of length greater than 'IIil- l/kN. (Three line segments suffice to define the graph of such a function h;-) Together, these hi define a mapping hE H such that m(h g(An)) < l/k. Therefore hog belongs to En,k' Since e(h g, g) < e, it follows that En,k is dense in H.

T;(x) = Ild(x, Fi) (i = 1,2, ... 2. t;(x n )} is bounded. Then Xn converges in Y to some point y, since Y is complete. t;(xn) ~ l/e(xn, y) would be unbounded. Hence y E Gi for every i; that is, y E X. The sequence {xn} is therefore convergent in the subspace X. 2, X can be remetrized so as to be complete. 0 The converse of Alexandroffs theorem is also true, in the following form. 3. If a subset X of a metric space (Z, e) is homeomorphic to a complete metric space (Y, u), then X is a Go subset of z.

75]. 30 7. Functions of First Class Let f be a real-valued function on R. For any interval I, the quantity w{l) = sup f(x) - inf f(x) XEI XEI is called the oscillation of f on I. For any fixed x, the function w((x - <5, x + <5)) decreases with <5 and approaches a limit w(x) = lim w((x - 8, x + 8)), ... o ~ called the oscillation of f at x. w(x) is an extended real-valued function on R. Evidently, w(x o) = 0 if and only if f is continuous at Xo. When it is not zero, w(x o) is a measure of the size of the discontinuity of f at Xo' If w(x o) < B, then w(x) < B for all x in a neighborhood of xo' Hence the set {x: w(x) < B} is open.