Continuous and Dyadic function spaces

By Theresa Anderson

February 14, 2012


In harmonic analysis, as well as many areas of math, we want to understand something continuous by breaking it into parts. Dyadic grids help us do this, making some of these relations simple to state (we don't even need to take a limit!). I'll give an introduction to how these grids work and depending on time, how they help us prove some theorems. Some unexpected math comes up too that is not analysis!