Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society

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ISSN / EISSN : 0002-9939 / 1088-6826
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Ruiming Zhang
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15905

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In this work we prove that some integrals of special functions are positive by applying the Plancherel theorem for Hankel transforms and positivity of the modified Bessel functions. We also prove that, except an extra elementary factor, Hankel transforms map subsets of completely monotonic functions into complete monotonic functions.
Jürgen Klüners, Jiuya Wang
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15882

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We describe the relations among the \ell-torsion conjecture, a conjecture of Malle giving an upper bound for the number of extensions, and the discriminant multiplicity conjecture. We prove that the latter two conjectures are equivalent in some sense. Altogether, the three conjectures are equivalent for the class of solvable groups. We then prove the \ell-torsion conjecture for \ell-groups and the other two conjectures for nilpotent groups.
Marcelo Campos, Matthew Jenssen, Marcus Michelen, Julian Sahasrabudhe
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15807

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Let MnM_n be drawn uniformly from all ±1\pm 1 symmetric n×nn \times n matrices. We show that the probability that MnM_n is singular is at most exp(c(nlogn)1/2)\exp (-c(n\log n)^{1/2}), which represents a natural barrier in recent approaches to this problem. In addition to improving on the best-known previous bound of Campos, Mattos, Morris and Morrison of exp(cn1/2)\exp (-c n^{1/2}) on the singularity probability, our method is different and considerably simpler: we prove a “rough” inverse Littlewood-Offord theorem by a simple combinatorial iteration.
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15951

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We establish a sharp reciprocity inequality for modulus in compact metric spaces XX with finite Hausdorff measure. In particular, when XX is also homeomorphic to a planar rectangle, our result answers a question of K. Rajala and M. Romney [Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn. Math. 44 (2019), pp. 681-692]. More specifically, we obtain a sharp inequality between the modulus of the family of curves connecting two disjoint continua EE and FF in XX and the modulus of the family of surfaces of finite Hausdorff measure that separate EE and FF. The paper also develops approximation techniques, which may be of independent interest.
Luca Sabatini
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15933

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We show that every finite group GG of size at least 33 has a nilpotent subgroup of class at most 22 and size at least |G|1/32loglog|G||G|^{1/32\log \log |G|}. This answers a question of Pyber, and is essentially best possible.
, André Porto da Silva
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15903

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It is proven that if XX is a Banach space, KK and SS are locally compact Hausdorff spaces and there exists an (M,L)(M, L)-quasi isometry TT from C0(K,X)C_{0}(K,X) onto C0(S,X)C_{0}(S, X), then KK and SS are homeomorphic whenever 1M2>S(X)1 \leq M^{2}> S(X), where S(X)S(X) denotes the Schäffer constant of XX, and L0L \geq 0. As a consequence, we show that the first nonlinear extension of Banach-Stone theorem for C0(K,X)C_{0}(K, X) spaces obtained by Jarosz in 1989 can be extended to infinite-dimensional spaces XX, thus reinforcing a 1991 conjecture of Jarosz himself on
Hüseyi̇n Bor
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15927

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Quite recently, we have obtained two main theorems dealing with absolute weighted arithmetic mean summability factors of infinite series and trigonometric Fourier series [C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris 359 (2021), pp. 323–328]. In this paper, we have generalized these theorems for a general summability method. We have also obtained some new and known results for certain absolute summability methods.
Esa Järvenpää, Maarit Järvenpää, Ville Suomala, Meng Wu
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15843

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We derive an upper bound for the Assouad dimension of visible parts of self-similar sets generated by iterated function systems with finite rotation groups and satisfying the weak separation condition. The bound is valid for all visible parts and it depends on the direction and the penetrable part of the set, which is a concept defined in this paper. As a corollary, we obtain in the planar case that if the projection is a finite or countable union of intervals then the visible part is 1-dimensional. We also prove that the Assouad dimension of a visible part is strictly smaller than the Hausdorff dimension of the set provided the projection contains interior points. Our proof relies on Furstenberg’s dimension conservation principle for self-similar sets.
Jingbo Xia
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15901

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This paper addresses a subtle issue arising from the measurability of operators with respect to the Dixmier trace.
Samuel Corson
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society; https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/15871

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A group GG is Jónsson if |H|>|G||H| > |G| whenever HH is a proper subgroup of GG. Using an embedding theorem of Obraztsov it is shown that there exists a Jónsson group GG of infinite cardinality κ\kappa if and only if there exists a Jónsson algebra of cardinality κ\kappa. Thus the question as to which cardinals admit a Jónsson group is wholly reduced to the well-studied question of which cardinals are not Jónsson. As a consequence there exist Jónsson groups of arbitrarily large cardinality. Another consequence is that the infinitary edge-orbit conjecture of Babai is true.
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