H\"older inequality

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Keywords:
vector, norm
Synonym:
Holder inequality, Hoelder inequality
Type of Math Object:
Theorem
Major Section:
Reference
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Mathematics Subject Classification

layout?

perhaps
if $p$ and $q$ are such that $1/p+1/q=1$ then...

cause it looks like you're multiplying the norms with the fractions...
f
G -----> H G
p \ /_ ----- ~ f(G)
\ / f ker f
G/ker f

More that just "vector" p-norms

The H\"older inequality applies generally to objects in Banach spaces (also infinite dimensional) $L_p(X)$ and $L_q(X)$ (where, as always, $\frac{1}{p}+\frac{1}{q}=1$); it states that the product is integrable (a member of $L_1(X)$), and that the norms behave as required.