Mathematics Colloquia and Seminars
A Sharpened Inequality for Twisted ConvolutionPDE and Applied Math Seminar
|Speaker:||Kevin O'Neill, UC Berkeley|
|Start time:||Fri, Jan 25 2019, 4:10PM|
In the 1970's, Beckner and Brascamp-Lieb determined the optimal constant for Young's convolution inequality and showed that equality in the sharp version is attained if and only if the given functions are compatible tuples of Gaussians. Recent work by Christ establishes a quantitative stability theorem for Young's inequality, also known as a sharpened inequality. In this talk, we prove a sharpened inequality for the related trilinear form for twisted convolution, an operation related to convolution on the Heisenberg group. While no maximizers exist for twisted convolution (Beckner and Klein-Russo), we derive such an inequality by varying the oscillatory factor and expanding about the case with zero oscillation. This work quantifies a stability result previously proven by Christ.