# Linear maps preserving the generalized spectrum.

Extracta Mathematicae (2007)

- Volume: 22, Issue: 1, page 45-54
- ISSN: 0213-8743

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abstract = {Let H be an infinite-dimensional separable complex Hilbert space and B(H) the algebra of all bounded linear operators on H. For an operator T in B(H), let σg(T) denote the generalized spectrum of T. In this paper, we prove that if φ: B(H) → B(H) is a surjective linear map, then φ preserves the generalized spectrum (i.e. σg(φ(T)) = σg(T) for every T ∈ B(H)) if and only if there is A ∈ B(H) invertible such that either φ(T) = ATA-1 for every T ∈ B(H), or φ(T) = ATtrA-1 for every T ∈ B(H). Also, we prove that γ(φ(T)) = γ(T) for every T ∈ B(H) if and only if there is U ∈ B(H) unitary such that either φ(T) = UTU* for every T ∈ B(H) or φ(T) = UTtrU* for every T ∈ B(H). Here γ(T) is the reduced minimum modulus of T.},

author = {Mbekhta, Mostafa},

journal = {Extracta Mathematicae},

keywords = {reduced minimum modulus; generalized spectrum; Jordan isomorphism},

language = {eng},

number = {1},

pages = {45-54},

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volume = {22},

year = {2007},

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AB - Let H be an infinite-dimensional separable complex Hilbert space and B(H) the algebra of all bounded linear operators on H. For an operator T in B(H), let σg(T) denote the generalized spectrum of T. In this paper, we prove that if φ: B(H) → B(H) is a surjective linear map, then φ preserves the generalized spectrum (i.e. σg(φ(T)) = σg(T) for every T ∈ B(H)) if and only if there is A ∈ B(H) invertible such that either φ(T) = ATA-1 for every T ∈ B(H), or φ(T) = ATtrA-1 for every T ∈ B(H). Also, we prove that γ(φ(T)) = γ(T) for every T ∈ B(H) if and only if there is U ∈ B(H) unitary such that either φ(T) = UTU* for every T ∈ B(H) or φ(T) = UTtrU* for every T ∈ B(H). Here γ(T) is the reduced minimum modulus of T.

LA - eng

KW - reduced minimum modulus; generalized spectrum; Jordan isomorphism

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