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The Diversity and Beauty of Applied Operator Theory, edited by Albrecht Böttcher, Daniel Potts, Peter Stollmann, David Wenzel, (electronic resource)
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 This book presents 29 invited articles written by participants of the International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications held in Chemnitz in 2017. The contributions include both expository essays and original research papers illustrating the diversity and beauty of insights gained by applying operator theory to concrete problems. The topics range from control theory, frame theory, Toeplitz and singular integral operators, Schrödinger, Dirac, and Kortwegde Vries operators, Fourier integral operator zetafunctions, C*algebras and Hilbert C*modules to questions from harmonic analysis, Monte Carlo integration, Fibonacci Hamiltonians, and many more. The book offers researchers in operator theory open problems from applications that might stimulate their work and shows those from various applied fields, such as physics, engineering, or numerical mathematics how to use the potential of operator theory to tackle interesting practical problems.
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 1 online resource (XV, 504 pages)
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 Standard versus strict Bounded Real Lemma with infinitedimensional state space II: The storage function approach
 Eigenvalues of even very nice Toeplitz matrices can be unexpectedly erratic
 Spectral regularity of a C*algebra generated by twodimensional singular integral operators
 A spectral shift function for Schrödinger operators with singular interactions
 Quantum graph with the Dirac operator and resonance states completeness
 Robert Sheckley's Answerer for two orthogonal projections
 Toeplitz kernels and model spaces
 Frames, operator representations, and open problems
 A survey on solvable sesquilinear forms
 An application of limiting interpolation to the Fourier series theory
 Isomorphisms of AC() spaces for countable sets
 Restricted inversion of splitBezoutians
 Generalized backward shift operators on Z[[x]], Cramer's formulas for solving infinite linear systems, and padic integers
 Feynman path integral regularization using Fourier Integral Operator functions
 Improving Monte Carlo integration by symmetrization
 Pseudodifferential operators with compound nonregular symbols
 More on the density of analytic polynomials in abstract Hardy spaces
 Asymptotically sharp inequalities for polynomials involving mixed Hermite norms
 A twoparameter eigenvalue problem for a class of blockoperator matrices
 Finite sections of the Fibonacci Hamiltonian
 Spectral asymptotics for Toeplitz operators and an application to banded matrices
 Beyond fractality: piecewise fractal and quasifractal algebras
 Unbounded operators on Hilbert C*modules
 A characterization of positive normal functionals on the full operator algebra
 The linearised KortewegdeVries equation on general metric graphs
 Bounded multiplicative Toeplitz operators on sequence spaces
 On higher index differentialalgebraic equations in innite dimensions
 Characterizations of centrality by local convexity of certain functions on C*algebras
 Doublescaling limits of Toeplitz determinants and FisherHartwig singularities
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 9783319759968
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 The Diversity and Beauty of Applied Operator Theory
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 The Diversity and Beauty of Applied Operator Theory
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 edited by Albrecht Böttcher, Daniel Potts, Peter Stollmann, David Wenzel
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 This book presents 29 invited articles written by participants of the International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications held in Chemnitz in 2017. The contributions include both expository essays and original research papers illustrating the diversity and beauty of insights gained by applying operator theory to concrete problems. The topics range from control theory, frame theory, Toeplitz and singular integral operators, Schrödinger, Dirac, and Kortwegde Vries operators, Fourier integral operator zetafunctions, C*algebras and Hilbert C*modules to questions from harmonic analysis, Monte Carlo integration, Fibonacci Hamiltonians, and many more. The book offers researchers in operator theory open problems from applications that might stimulate their work and shows those from various applied fields, such as physics, engineering, or numerical mathematics how to use the potential of operator theory to tackle interesting practical problems.
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 Stollmann, Peter
 Wenzel, David
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 Operator Theory: Advances and Applications,
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 Standard versus strict Bounded Real Lemma with infinitedimensional state space II: The storage function approach  Eigenvalues of even very nice Toeplitz matrices can be unexpectedly erratic  Spectral regularity of a C*algebra generated by twodimensional singular integral operators  A spectral shift function for Schrödinger operators with singular interactions  Quantum graph with the Dirac operator and resonance states completeness  Robert Sheckley's Answerer for two orthogonal projections  Toeplitz kernels and model spaces  Frames, operator representations, and open problems  A survey on solvable sesquilinear forms  An application of limiting interpolation to the Fourier series theory  Isomorphisms of AC() spaces for countable sets  Restricted inversion of splitBezoutians  Generalized backward shift operators on Z[[x]], Cramer's formulas for solving infinite linear systems, and padic integers  Feynman path integral regularization using Fourier Integral Operator functions  Improving Monte Carlo integration by symmetrization  Pseudodifferential operators with compound nonregular symbols  More on the density of analytic polynomials in abstract Hardy spaces  Asymptotically sharp inequalities for polynomials involving mixed Hermite norms  A twoparameter eigenvalue problem for a class of blockoperator matrices  Finite sections of the Fibonacci Hamiltonian  Spectral asymptotics for Toeplitz operators and an application to banded matrices  Beyond fractality: piecewise fractal and quasifractal algebras  Unbounded operators on Hilbert C*modules  A characterization of positive normal functionals on the full operator algebra  The linearised KortewegdeVries equation on general metric graphs  Bounded multiplicative Toeplitz operators on sequence spaces  On higher index differentialalgebraic equations in innite dimensions  Characterizations of centrality by local convexity of certain functions on C*algebras  Doublescaling limits of Toeplitz determinants and FisherHartwig singularities
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 Standard versus strict Bounded Real Lemma with infinitedimensional state space II: The storage function approach  Eigenvalues of even very nice Toeplitz matrices can be unexpectedly erratic  Spectral regularity of a C*algebra generated by twodimensional singular integral operators  A spectral shift function for Schrödinger operators with singular interactions  Quantum graph with the Dirac operator and resonance states completeness  Robert Sheckley's Answerer for two orthogonal projections  Toeplitz kernels and model spaces  Frames, operator representations, and open problems  A survey on solvable sesquilinear forms  An application of limiting interpolation to the Fourier series theory  Isomorphisms of AC() spaces for countable sets  Restricted inversion of splitBezoutians  Generalized backward shift operators on Z[[x]], Cramer's formulas for solving infinite linear systems, and padic integers  Feynman path integral regularization using Fourier Integral Operator functions  Improving Monte Carlo integration by symmetrization  Pseudodifferential operators with compound nonregular symbols  More on the density of analytic polynomials in abstract Hardy spaces  Asymptotically sharp inequalities for polynomials involving mixed Hermite norms  A twoparameter eigenvalue problem for a class of blockoperator matrices  Finite sections of the Fibonacci Hamiltonian  Spectral asymptotics for Toeplitz operators and an application to banded matrices  Beyond fractality: piecewise fractal and quasifractal algebras  Unbounded operators on Hilbert C*modules  A characterization of positive normal functionals on the full operator algebra  The linearised KortewegdeVries equation on general metric graphs  Bounded multiplicative Toeplitz operators on sequence spaces  On higher index differentialalgebraic equations in innite dimensions  Characterizations of centrality by local convexity of certain functions on C*algebras  Doublescaling limits of Toeplitz determinants and FisherHartwig singularities
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 Use of this electronic resource may be governed by a license agreement which restricts use to the European University Institute community. Each user is responsible for limiting use to individual, noncommercial purposes, without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information, provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials are retained. The use of software, including scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in the loss of access to these resources for the entire European University Institute community
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