Hardy inequalities and Assouad dimensions
Lehrbäck, J. (2017). Hardy inequalities and Assouad dimensions. Journal d'Analyse Mathématique, 131(1), 367-398. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11854-017-0013-8
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We establish both sufficient and necessary conditions for weighted Hardy inequalities in metric spaces in terms of Assouad (co)dimensions. Our sufficient conditions in the case where the complement is thin are new, even in euclidean spaces, while in the case of a thick complement, we give new formulations for previously known sufficient conditions which reveal a natural duality between these two cases. Our necessary conditions are rather straight-forward generalizations from the unweighted case but, together with some examples, indicate the essential sharpness of our results. In addition, we consider the mixed case in which the complement may contain both thick and thin parts.
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