Integral representations and transforms of N-functions. II
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We study the problem of reconstruction of a convolution type integral transform from its behavior for power functions. We solve some of the problems posed in Part I of the article.
Keywordsextrapolation of operators Orlicz spaces N-functions Young functions Mellin and Laplace transforms convolution type integral transform
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