Relations between two classes of singular integrals
Master of Arts
In 1952, Calderdn and Zygmund published a paper in which they discussed a certain kind of singular integral, and used some of their results to establish differential properties of solutions of Poisson's equation. Recently, Jones made some observations on the fundamental solution of the heat equation and gave another class of singular integrals. In this thesis it is shown that a special case of Jones's kernel is of Calderon-Zygmund type and a real, even kernel considered in  is a kernel of Jones's type if the coordinate system is suitably chosen. Moreover, for such kernels, the difference of the convolution operators-- defined in the sense of Jones and in the sense of CalderonZygmund, respectively--is a constant multiple of the identity operator.