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Esperet

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L^1(R) & growing sequences
Posted: Jul 27, 1996 1:19 AM
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| Philippe Esperet (France) |
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ref : L^1 & growing seq.

If f>=0 is in L^1(R), it is possible to find c_n
(continuous, compact support) with limit f in L^1.

Is it always possible to find a *growing* such sequence ?


Thank you if you can help.

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