A Marcinkiewicz maximal-multiplier theorem

@inproceedings{Oberlin2011AMM,
  title={A Marcinkiewicz maximal-multiplier theorem},
  author={Richard Oberlin},
  year={2011}
}
For r < 2, we prove the boundedness of a maximal operator formed by applying all multipliers m with $\|m\|_{V^r} \leq 1$ to a given function. 

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