School of Mathematics Colloquium
Thursday, April 16, 2015 - 11:00am
1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
Szeged University (Hungary) and University of South Florida
Bernstein's inequality connecting the norms of a (trigonometric) polynomial with the norm of its derivative is 100 years old. The talk will discuss some recent developments concerning Bernstein's inequality: inequalities with doubling weights, inequalities on general compact subsets of the real line or on a system of Jordan curves. The beautiful Szego-Schaake–van der Corput generalization will also be mentioned along with some of its recent variants.