Hello,
I it right to change the summation with the integral sign: _limits_{[0,1]^n}\sum_{k \in \mathbb{Z}^n}(\left|P(k+\alpha)\right|^{-q}*\left|k\right|^{-M}) d\alpha <=\sum_{k \in \mathbb{Z}^n}\int_limits_{[0,1]^n}(\left|P(k+\alpha)\right|^{-q}*\left|k\right|^{-M}) d\alpha " alt="\int_limits_{[0,1]^n}\sum_{k \in \mathbb{Z}^n}(\left|P(k+\alpha)\right|^{-q}*\left|k\right|^{-M}) d\alpha <=\sum_{k \in \mathbb{Z}^n}\int_limits_{[0,1]^n}(\left|P(k+\alpha)\right|^{-q}*\left|k\right|^{-M}) d\alpha " />
Regards
Can you please tell me in more detail, what you really mean? I don't see it. I don't se a counting measure, for instance. You are right, there is a L-measure. And furthermore some series of functions (whereas i don't know really, whether it is convergent or not)
Thank you very much