Minkowski's inequality

Minkowski's inequality

[miŋ′kȯf·skēz ‚in·i′kwäl·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
An inequality involving powers of sums of sequences of real or complex numbers, ak and bk : provided s ≥ 1.
An inequality involving powers of integrals of real or complex functions, ƒ and g, over an interval or region R : provided s ≥ 1 and the integrals involved exist.
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Since Y1 is bounded, in order to prove our theorem, it is sufficient, by Minkowski's inequality, to show that
By Minkowski's inequality for k > 1, to complete the proof of Lemma 3.
Another type via Minkowski's inequality is the following:
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