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On the virtues of procrastination Our early work on the Lp concentration problem is summarized in [AAJRS1]. This paper lists the results of what we were able to prove developing what was mentioned above. We had established Lp concentration for intervals for 1 < p < ∞ and Lp concentration for sets for 2 ≤ p < ∞. A good thing was that the method was both quantitative and constructive. But there was a 17 year gap between the L2 result in [AJS] and this and there would be another 7 year gap between this and our next paper [AAJRS2].

Those functions for which the left limit f (t−) ∈ R exists at each point a < t ≤ b and the right limit f (t+) ∈ R exists at each point a ≤ t < b. The set Reg(I) is of importance, e. , in the theory of everywhere convergence of Fourier series and in the theory of stochastic processes, and it is well known that each f ∈ Reg(I) is bounded, has at most a countable set of points of discontinuity, and is the uniform limit of a sequence of step functions. The historically first selection principle was given by Helly [27] in the class Mon(I) ⊂ Reg(I) of all monotone functions on I: a uniformly bounded sequence {fj } ≡ {fj }∞ j=1 ⊂ Mon(I) contains a pointwise convergent subsequence whose pointwise limit belongs to Mon(I).

A linear operator defined on simple functions is s. (2, 2) or of strong type (2, 2) or bounded on L2 (Z) if there is a constant M > 0 so that TC 1 2 ≤M C 2 2 2 where C 2 = |cn | = 0 |C (x)| dx. It is r. (2, 2) or of restricted type (2, 2) if there is a constant M > 0 such that Tι 2 ≤M ι 2 whenever ι = ιS is an idempotent. It is w. (2, 2) or of w eak type (2, 2) if there is a constant M > 0 such that TC ∗ 2∞ ≤M C 2 where C ∗ 2∞ := sup |{n ∈ Z : |C ∗ (n)| > α}| α2 α>0 and C ∗ denotes the non-increasing rearrangement of C.

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