Operator theoretical methods

17th International Conference on Operator Theory, Timișoara (Romania), July 23-26, 1998
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Operator theory -- Congre
Statementedited by A. Gheondea, R.N. Gologan, D. Timotin.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsGheondea, A. 1955-, Gologan, R. N., Timotin, D. 1953-
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LC ClassificationsQA329 .C66 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 415 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL22384023M
ISBN 109739909728

He was a member of the editorial boards of this book series Operator The­ ory: Advances and Applications as well as of the journal Operator theoretical methods book Equations and Operator Theory, both published by Birkhauser (now part of Springer-Verlag).

Moreover he played a decisive role in the foundation of these two series by helping to establish contacts between Birkhauser and the founder and present chief editor of this book.

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Operator Theoretical Methods and Applications to Mathematical Physics: The Erhard Meister Memorial Volume. Author: Israel Gohberg, Wolfgang Wendland, António Ferreira dos Santos, Frank-Olme Speck, Francisco Sepúlveda Teixeira. Published by Birkhäuser Basel.

This volume is devoted to the life and work of the applied mathematician Professor Erhard Meister (). He was a member of the editorial boards of this book series Operator The­ ory: Advances and Applications as well as of the journal Integral Equations and Operator Theory, both published by Birkhauser (now part of Springer-Verlag).

The book covers the theory about eigenvalues of Schrodinger operators. It is complete success in explaining clearly the basic concepts involved: perturbation theory (summability questions, fermi golden rule), min-max principle for discrete spectrum, Weyl theorem, HVZ theorem, the absence of singular continuous spectrum, ground state questions, periodic operators, semiclassic distribution of Cited by: Operator Theoretical Methods Share this Operator theoretical methods book (C^*\)-algebras, spectral theory, special classes of concrete operators, and holomorphic operator functions.

The book also includes applications in other areas of mathematics and science. A publication of the Theta Foundation.

Distributed worldwide, except in Romania, by the AMS. We have already discussed that the main postulate of quantum mechanics establishes that the state of a quantum mechanical system is specified by a function called the wavefunction.

The wavefunction is a function of the coordinates of the particle (the position) and time. After a brief introduction of the Koopman operator framework, including basic notions and definitions, the book explores numerical methods, such as the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) algorithm and Arnoldi-based methods, which are used to represent the operator in a finite-dimensional basis and to compute its spectral properties from data.

Problem Use operator-theoretical methods to prove Gustafsson’s theorem and Sakai’s theorem. In order to solve the problem, one has to understand deeply the operator-theoretical meanings of the numbers t, n, c, d, e.

Discovering such methods may improve the results in the theory of quadrature domains and will help us.

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Operator theoretical methods: 17th International Conference on Operator Theory, Timișoara (Romania), July   Handbook of Analytic Operator Theory thoroughly covers the subject of holomorphic function spaces and operators acting on spaces covered include Bergman spaces, Hardy spaces, Fock spaces and the Drury-Averson space.

Operators discussed in the book include Toeplitz operators, Hankel operators, composition operators, and Cowen-Douglas class : Kehe Zhu.

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