Hölder condition

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Hölder condition

[′hel·dər kən‚dish·ən]
(mathematics)
A function ƒ(x) satisfies the Hölder condition in a neighborhood of a point x0 if |ƒ(x) - ƒ(x0)| ≤ c |(x-x0)| n , where c and n are constants.
A function ƒ(x) satisfies a Hölder condition in an interval or in a region of the plane if |ƒ(x) - ƒ(y)| ≤ c|x - y |nfor all x and y in the interval or region, where c and n are constants.
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A real-valued function f defined on [R.sup.d] belongs to the uniform Holder space [[LAMBDA].sup.[alpha]]([R.sup.d]) ([alpha] > 0) if there exist a constant C and a polynomial P of degree less than a such that
The real-valued function [phi] : [OMEGA] [right arrow] R belongs to the Holder space [H.sup.v]([OMEGA]), with v [member] (0,1), if [there exists] H [member of] R constant, such that
Note that the notion of the f-Holder space includes the standard Holder space [[LAMBDA].sub.[alpha]] by taking f(t) = [t.sup.[alpha]] (so that f([[absolute value of (h)].sup.-1]) = [[absolute value of (h)].sup.-1] = [[absolute value of (h)].sup.-[alpha]]) with 0 < [alpha] [less than or equal to] 1.
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Examples of those [X.sub.[alpha]] include, among others, the fractional spaces D([(-A).sup.[alpha]]), the reel interpolation spaces [D.sub.A]([alpha], [infinity]) due to both Lions and Peetre, and the Holder spaces [D.sub.A]([alpha]), which coincide with the continuous interpolation spaces that had been introduced in the literature by Da Prato and Grisvard.
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