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1. CMB Online first
Isometries and Hermitian Operators on Zygmund Spaces In this paper we characterize the isometries of subspaces of the little Zygmund space. We show that the isometries of these spaces are surjective and represented as integral operators. We also show that all hermitian operators on these settings are bounded.
Keywords:Zygmund spaces, the little Zygmund space, Hermitian operators, surjective linear isometries, generators of one-parameter groups of surjective isometries Categories:46E15, 47B15, 47B38 |
2. CMB 2013 (vol 57 pp. 463)
Constructive Proof of Carpenter's Theorem We give a constructive proof of Carpenter's Theorem due to Kadison.
Unlike the original proof our approach also yields the
real case of this theorem.
Keywords:diagonals of projections, the Schur-Horn theorem, the Pythagorean theorem, the Carpenter theorem, spectral theory Categories:42C15, 47B15, 46C05 |
3. CMB 2010 (vol 53 pp. 398)
Projections in the Convex Hull of Surjective Isometries We characterize those linear projections represented as a convex combination of two surjective isometries on standard Banach spaces of continuous functions with values in a strictly convex Banach space.
Keywords:isometry, convex combination of isometries, generalized bi-circular projections Categories:47A65, 47B15, 47B37 |
4. CMB 2003 (vol 46 pp. 216)
Linear Maps on Selfadjoint Operators Preserving Invertibility, Positive Definiteness, Numerical Range |
Linear Maps on Selfadjoint Operators Preserving Invertibility, Positive Definiteness, Numerical Range Let $H$ be a complex Hilbert space, and $\HH$ be the real linear space of
bounded selfadjoint operators on $H$. We study linear maps $\phi\colon \HH
\to \HH$ leaving invariant various properties such as invertibility, positive
definiteness, numerical range, {\it etc}. The maps $\phi$ are not assumed
{\it a priori\/} continuous. It is shown that under an appropriate surjective
or injective assumption $\phi$ has the form $X \mapsto \xi TXT^*$ or $X \mapsto
\xi TX^tT^*$, for a suitable invertible or unitary $T$ and $\xi\in\{1, -1\}$,
where $X^t$ stands for the transpose of $X$ relative to some orthonormal basis.
Examples are given to show that the surjective or injective assumption cannot
be relaxed. The results are extended to complex linear maps on the algebra of
bounded linear operators on $H$. Similar results are proved for the (real)
linear space of (selfadjoint) operators of the form $\alpha I+K$, where $\alpha$
is a scalar and $K$ is compact.
Keywords:linear map, selfadjoint operator, invertible, positive definite, numerical range Categories:47B15, 47B49 |
5. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 87)
Some norm inequalities for operators Let $A_i$, $B_i$ and $X_i$ $(i=1, 2, \dots, n)$ be operators on a
separable Hilbert space. It is shown that if $f$ and $g$ are
nonnegative continuous functions on $[0,\infty)$ which satisfy the
relation $f(t)g(t) =t$ for all $t$ in $[0,\infty)$, then
$$
\Biglvert \,\Bigl|\sum^n_{i=1} A^*_i X_i B_i \Bigr|^r \,\Bigrvert^2
\leq \Biglvert \Bigl( \sum^n_{i=1} A^*_i f (|X^*_i|)^2 A_i \Bigr)^r
\Bigrvert \, \Biglvert \Bigl( \sum^n_{i=1} B^*_i g (|X_i|)^2 B_i
\Bigr)^r \Bigrvert
$$
for every $r>0$ and for every unitarily invariant norm. This result
improves some known Cauchy-Schwarz type inequalities. Norm
inequalities related to the arithmetic-geometric mean inequality and
the classical Heinz inequalities are also obtained.
Keywords:Unitarily invariant norm, positive operator, arithmetic-geometric mean inequality, Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, Heinz inequality Categories:47A30, 47B10, 47B15, 47B20 |
6. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 137)
Genericity of certain classes of unitary and self-adjoint operators In a paper [1], published in 1990, in a (somewhat inaccessible)
conference proceedings, the authors had shown that for the unitary
operators on a separable Hilbert space, endowed with the strong
operator topology, those with singular, continuous, simple spectrum,
with full support, form a dense $G_\delta$. A similar theorem for
bounded self-adjoint operators with a given norm bound (omitting
simplicity) was recently given by Barry Simon [2], [3], with a totally
different proof. In this note we show that a slight modification of
our argument, combined with the Cayley transform, gives a proof of
Simon's result, with simplicity of the spectrum added.
Category:47B15 |