Abstract:
Let M denote the dyadic Maximal Function. We show that there is a weight w, and Haar multiplier T for which the following weak-type inequality fails: $$ \sup_{t>0}t w\left\{x\in\mathbb R \mid |Tf(x)|>t\right\}\le C \int_{\mathbb R}|f|Mw(x)dx. $$ (With T replaced by M, this is a well-known fact.) This shows that a dyadic version of the so-called Muckenhoupt-Wheeden Conjecture is false. This accomplished by using current techniques in weighted inequalities to show that a particular $L^2$ consequence of the inequality above does not hold.

Abstract:
We analyze the stability of Muckenhoupt's $\RHp$ and $\Ap$ classes of weights under a nonlinear operation, the $\lb$-operation. We prove that the dyadic doubling reverse H\"older classes $\RHp$ are not preserved under the $\lb$-operation, but the dyadic doubling $A_p$ classes $\Ap$ are preserved for $0<\lb <1$. We give an application to the structure of resolvent sets of dyadic paraproduct operators.

Abstract:
Let $(X,d,\mu)$ be an Ahlfors metric measure space. We give sufficient conditions on a closed set $F\subseteq X$ and on a real number $\beta$ in such a way that $d(x,F)^\beta$ becomes a Muckenhoupt weight. We give also some illustrations to regularity of solutions of partial differential equations and regarding some classical fractals.

Abstract:
As is known, the class of weights for Morrey type spaces $\mathcal{L}^{p,\lb}(\rn) $ for which the maximal and/or singular operators are bounded, is different from the known Muckenhoupt class $A_p$ of such weights for the Lebesgue spaces $L^p(\Om)$. For instance, in the case of power weights $|x-a|^\nu, \ a\in \mathbb{R}^1,$ the singular operator (Hilbert transform) is bounded in $L^p(\mathbb{R})$, if and only if $-1<\nu 1$ we also provide some $\lb$-dependent \textit{\`a priori} assumptions on weights and give some estimates of weighted norms $\|\chi_B\|_{p,\lb;w}$ of the characteristic functions of balls.

Abstract:
We extend the parameterization of sine-type functions in terms of conformal mappings onto slit domains given by Eremenko and Sodin to the more general case of generating functions of real complete interpolating sequences. It turns out that the cuts have to fulfill the discrete Muckenhoupt condition studied earlier by Lyubarskii and Seip.

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We generalize the classical Muckenhoupt inequality with two measures to three under appropriate conditions. As a consequence, we prove a simple characterization of the undedness of the multiplication operator and thus of the boundedness of the zeros and the asymptotic behavior of the Sobolev orthogonal polynomials, for a large class of measures which includes the most usual examples in the literature.

Abstract:
For function spaces equipped with Muckenhoupt weights, the validity of continuous Sobolev embeddings in case $p_0\leq p_1$ is characterized. Extensions to Jawerth-Franke embeddings, vector-valued spaces and examples involving some prominent weights are also provided.

Abstract:
In the 1970s Muckenhoupt and Wheeden made several conjectures relating two weight norm inequalities for the Hardy-Littlewood maximal operator to such inequalities for singular integrals. Using techniques developed for the recent proof of the $A_2$ conjecture we prove a related pair of conjectures linking the Riesz potential and the fractional maximal operator. As a consequence we are able to prove a number of sharp one and two weight norm inequalities for the Riesz potential.