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Lecture# Poincare Inequality: Young the Quality on the Night

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This lecture covers the Poincare inequality and Young's quality on the night, focusing on mathematical estimations and algebraic identities. The instructor explains the steps to analyze fully discrete problems and seek optimal estimates.

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