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10. Suppose A ∈ BIP(X). Then for 0 < α < 1 the space Xα is isomorphic to [X, D(A)]α . So far uniform norm boundedness of diﬀerent families of operators has been considered. With the stronger concept of R-boundedness at hand (see Chapter 3), the above deﬁnition of sectoriality can be adjusted to R-sectoriality. 11. 6) R({λ(λ + A)−1 ; λ ∈ Σπ−φ }) ≤ Cφ . 6) holds the R-angle of A. If in addition A ∈ S(X), then A is called R-sectorial and we write A ∈ RS(X). As R-boundedness is stronger than the uniform boundedness with respect to operator norm in general, R-sectoriality always implies the sectoriality of an operator A and we have φA ≤ φRS A .

25. e. for k ∈ Zn \ G with a ﬁnite set G ⊂ Zn . This is due to the fact that a family of ﬁnitely many bounded linear operators as well as the union of ﬁnitely many R-bounded families is R-bounded. 12) it is now apparent what ’beneﬁt close to zero’ exactly means. Within the cube {−1, 0, 1}n only the values of M itself enter into the R-boundedness condition, whereas no values of the discrete derivatives Δγ M have to be considered. In particular, since γ ≤ 1, the value M (0) does not occur in any expression resulting from shifts of M as a consequence of discrete derivation of order γ.

We make this result more precise in the following lemma. 10. For every function M : Zn → L(E, F ) the following two statements are equivalent: (i) M is a discrete Lp -multiplier. (ii) For each f ∈ Lp (Qn , E) there exists g ∈ Lp (Qn , F ) such that gˆ(k) = M (k)fˆ(k) (k ∈ Zn ). Proof. (i) ⇒ (ii): As already mentioned in the deﬁnition, TM ﬁrst deﬁned for trigonometric polynomials only extends uniquely to TM : Lp (Qn , E) → Lp (Qn , F ) by continuity. (ii) ⇒ (i): We deﬁne TM f = g, where g fulﬁlls gˆ(k) = M (k)fˆ(k) for k ∈ Zn .