Systems, Approximation, Singular Integral Operators, and Related Topics: International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications, IWOTA 2000

Systems, Approximation, Singular Integral Operators, and Related Topics: International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications, IWOTA 2000

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783034895347
Publisher: Birkh�user Basel
Publication date: 10/21/2012
Series: Operator Theory: Advances and Applications , #129
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001
Pages: 527
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

The Schur algorithm for generalized Schur functions I: coisometric realizations.- Hardy spaces on a finite bordered Riemann surface, multivariable operator model theory and Fourier analysis along a unimodular curve.- On Hankel operators associated with Markov functions.- Threshold effects near the lower edge of the spectrum for periodic differential operators of mathematical physics.- Cauchy’s singular integral operator and its beautiful spectrum.- Approximation problems in some holomorphic spaces, with applications.- The Bargmann isometry and Gabor—Daubechies wavelet localization operators.- Stabilization of irrational transfer functions by controllers with internal loop.- Free Semigroup Algebras. A Survey.- Some geometric invariants from resolutions of Hilbert modules.- Some remarks on spherical isometries.- Higher-order Hankel forms and cohomology groups.- A weighted version of almost commutant lifting.- Hyperbolicity of semigroups and Fourier multipliers.- Relaxations of quadratic programs in operator theory and system analysis.- Bellman function in stochastic control and harmonic analysis.- Integral representations and uniqueness sets for star-invariant subspaces.- Well-posed linear systems, Lax—Phillips scattering, and Lp-multipliers.- Spectral theory for delay equations.- On a singular perturbation of a multiplication operator.

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