by W. Farkas, J. Johnsen, W. Sickel
Preprint series: 99-18, Analysis
The paper is published: Math. Bohem., 125 (1), 1-37, 2000
Abstract: Including the previously untreated borderline cases, the trace spaces (in the distributional sense) of the Besov-Lizorkin-Triebel spaces are determined for the anisotropic (or quasi-homogeneous) version of these classes. The ranges of the trace are in all cases shown to be approximation spaces, and these are shown to be different from the usual spaces precisely in the previously untreated cases.
To analyse the new spaces, we carry over some real interpolation results as well as the refined Sobolev embeddings of J. Franke and B. Jawerth to the anisotropic scales.