Sparse bounds for spherical maximal functions
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The sparse bounds are very precise variants of the known Lp bounds for these maximal functions. They are derived from known Lp-improving estimates for the localized versions of these maximal functions, and the indices in our sparse bound are sharp. We derive novel weighted inequalities for weights in the intersection of certain Muckenhoupt and reverse Hölder classes.
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