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By Prof. Leiba Rodman (auth.)

This ebook offers an advent to the fashionable concept of polynomials whose coefficients are linear bounded operators in a Banach house - operator polynomials. This conception has its roots and functions in partial differential equations, mechanics and linear structures, in addition to in glossy operator thought and linear algebra. over the past decade, new advances were made within the thought of operator polynomials according to the spectral technique. the writer, besides different mathematicians, participated during this improvement, and plenty of of the new effects are mirrored during this monograph. it's a excitement to recognize support given to me by means of many mathematicians. First i want to thank my instructor and colleague, I. Gohberg, whose information has been worthy. all through a long time, i've got labored wtih numerous mathematicians with regards to operator polynomials, and, for that reason, their rules have encouraged my view of the topic; those are I. Gohberg, M. A. Kaashoek, L. Lerer, C. V. M. van der Mee, P. Lancaster, ok. Clancey, M. Tismenetsky, D. A. Herrero, and A. C. M. Ran. the subsequent mathematicians gave me suggestion referring to quite a few points of the e-book: I. Gohberg, M. A. Kaashoek, A. C. M. Ran, okay. Clancey, J. Rovnyak, H. Langer, P.

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1) where Vj E L(X,Y) are defined by [V 1 V2 ... VI ] .. 2) L(~) {COl[XTi]~:~}-1 t ·1-1 .. ~ I-(W1+~W2+"'+~ I WI )T 2 Y, where Wj e L(Y,X) are defined by I COl[W j ]j=1 .. [Y,TY, ••• ,T 1-1 Y] -1 . 2) are called right and left canonical forms of PROOF. L(~), respectively. 2) is analogous). 1) for Sec. 2 REPRESENTATIONS BY PAIRS 45 the companion operator of L(X), (cf. 1). As in this case, th t where Aj is the j coefficient of L(X). and Vj = col[OjiIX1i=1 (here and elsewhere in this book. 0ji stands for the Kronecker symbol: 0ji = 1 if j = i and 0ji = 0 if j _ i).

From now until the end of this section. it will be assumed that X is an infinite- dimensional separable Hilbert space. • m) be a polar decomposition of Hn (so Dn = (H:Hn)1/2 and Un is a partial isometry that maps * onto Im H ). • n. 2) are satisfied. 3) with this special choice of Ajn will be called the special inverse linearization of L(~). Since Hj are compact operators. • n). and consequently the special inverse linearization is compact. We need at this point to introduce ideals of compact operators.

1 with coefficients in certain Banach algebras of mxm matrices with operator entries were studied in Perelson [2,3]. Some of the exercises are adapted from Gohberg-Lancaster-Rodman [3]. Linearizations of various classes of operator-valued functions were extensively studied, see den Boer [1], Gohberg-Kaashoek-Lay [1], Mityagin [1,2], van der Mee [1], Heinig [1]. It should be noted that the construction used to establish the existence of linearizations is analogous to the universal models of operators (see Rota [1], Herrero [3]).

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