TY - JOUR
ID - 252
TI - Polarization constant $\mathcal{K}(n,X)=1$ for entire functions of exponential type
JO - International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications
JA - IJNAA
LA - en
SN - 2008-6822
AU - Pappas, A.
AU - Papadopoulos, P.
AU - Athanasopoulou, L.
AD - Civil Engineering Department, School of Technological Applications, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (Technological Education Institute of Piraeus), GR 11244, Egaleo, Athens, Greece
AD - adepartment of electronics engineering, school of technological applications, technological educational institution (tei)
of piraeus, gr 11244, egaleo, athens, Greece.
AD - Department of Electronics Engineering, School of Technological Applications, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (Technological Education Institute of Piraeus), GR 11244, Egaleo, Athens, Greece
Y1 - 2015
PY - 2015
VL - 6
IS - 2
SP - 35
EP - 45
KW - Polarization constants
KW - polynomials on Banach spaces
KW - polarization formulas
DO - 10.22075/ijnaa.2015.252
N2 - In this paper we will prove that if $L$ is a continuous symmetric n-linear form on a Hilbert space and $\widehat{L}$ is the associated continuous n-homogeneous polynomial, then $||L||=||\widehat{L}||$. For the proof we are using a classical generalized inequality due to S. Bernstein for entire functions of exponential type. Furthermore we study the case that if X is a Banach space then we have that$$|L|=|\widehat{L}|, \forall L \in{\mathcal{L}}^{s}(^{n}X).$$If the previous relation holds for every $L \in {\mathcal{L}}^{s}\left(^{n}X\right)$, then spaces ${\mathcal{P}}\left(^{n}X\right)$ and $L \in {\mathcal{L}}^{s}(^{n}X)$ are isometric. We can also study the same problem using Fr$\acute{e}$chet derivative.
UR - https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_252.html
L1 - https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_252_67988509b46f50477e7aba6e7d056fd0.pdf
ER -