### KMS-symmetric Markov semigroups.

J. Martin Lindsay, Stanislaw Goldstein (1995)

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J. Martin Lindsay, Stanislaw Goldstein (1995)

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The notion of bi-continuous semigroups has recently been introduced to handle semigroups on Banach spaces that are only strongly continuous for a topology coarser than the norm-topology. In this paper, as a continuation of the systematic treatment of such semigroups started in [20-22], we provide a bounded perturbation theorem, which turns out to be quite general in view of various examples.

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Motivated by a great deal of interest recently in operators that may not be densely defined, we deal with regularized semigroups and integrated semigroups that are either not exponentially bounded or not defined on [0,∞) and generated by closed operators which may not be densely defined. Some characterizations and related examples are presented. Our results are extensions of the corresponding results produced by other authors.