Advances in Invariant Subspaces and Other Results of by Ernst Albrecht, Jörg Eschmeier (auth.), R. G. Douglas, C. M.

By Ernst Albrecht, Jörg Eschmeier (auth.), R. G. Douglas, C. M. Pearcy, B. Sz.-Nagy, F.-H. Vasilescu, Dan Voiculescu, Gr. Arsene (eds.)

The annual Operator thought meetings, prepared through the dep. of arithmetic of INC leisure and the collage of Timi?oara, are meant to advertise cooperation and alternate of data among experts in all components of operator concept. This quantity comprises papers contributed via the members of the 1984 convention. They replicate a superb number of themes, handled through the trendy operator concept, together with very fresh advances within the invariant subspace challenge, subalgebras of operator algebras, hyponormal, Hankel and different specific periods of operators, spectral decompositions, facets of dilation conception and so forth. The examine contracts of the dep. of arithmetic of INCREST with the nationwide Council for technological know-how and expertise of Romania supplied the capacity for constructing the study job in arithmetic; they characterize the beneficiant framework of those conferences, too. it truly is our excitement to recognize the monetary help of UNESCO which additionally contibuted to the good fortune of this assembly. we're indebted to Professor Israel Gohberg for together with those complaints within the OT sequence and for priceless recommendation within the enhancing procedure. Birkhauser Verlag used to be very cooperative in publishing this quantity. Mariana Bota, Camelia Minculescu and Rodica Stoenescu handled the tricky job of typing the complete manuscript utilizing a Rank Xerox 860 notice processor; we thank them for the superb activity they did.

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It is clear that the above theorems will apply to any weighted unilateral shift Ua, such that II ua,11 infinite product of the weights in the weight sequence =1= a, la(ua,)1 and such that the is equal to zero. With some additional argument one arrives at the following theorem from [3], which improves the current state of knowledge (see [17]). 2. If W is a unilateral or bilateral, forward or backward, weighted 48 shift operator (with scalar weights) in L(H) and W satisfies II WII = la(W)1 (where la(W)1 is the spectral radius of W), then 1) A W is closed in the weak operator topology, 2) The weak* and weak operator topologies coincide on A W' 3) W is reflexive.

THEOREM 2. 1. Let X be a compact Hausdorff space and S a subset of C(X, C). Let denote by A(S) the closed *-subalgebra of C(X, C) generated by S. Then, if we put Is 12 = { If 12 I f £ S}, Kor+({ nUSU Is 12) = A(S) = It £ C(X, C) I If x,y £ X and h(x) = h(y) for all h £ S then f(x) = f(y)}. In particular, if S separates X, then Kor +( {I} US u Is 12) = C(X, C). 2. Let X be a locally compact Hausdorff space and X and iffor all x £ X there exists f £ seco(X, C). If S separates S such that f(x) t 0, then Kor I,+(S U Is 12) = C (X, C).

Pearcy, C. : Factoring trace-class operator-valued functions with applications to the class AN, submitted to J. Operator Theory. o Bercovici, H. ; Foi~, C. ; Pearcy, C. 56, American Math. Society, 1985. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 49 10. Bercovici, H. ; Foia;;, C. ; Pearcy, C. -Nagy, B. : Functional models and generalized spectral dominance, Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged) 43(1980, 243-254. 11. Bercovici, H. ; Foi~, C. ; Pearcy, C. -Nagy, B. : Factoring compact operator-valued functions, to appear in Acta Sci. Math.

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