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-vectors and boundedness

Jan Stochel, F. H. Szafraniec (1997)

Annales Polonici Mathematici

The following two questions as well as their relationship are studied: (i) Is a closed linear operator in a Banach space bounded if its -vectors coincide with analytic (or semianalytic) ones? (ii) When are the domains of two successive powers of the operator in question equal? The affirmative answer to the first question is established in case of paranormal operators. All these investigations are illustrated in the context of weighted shifts.

A note on the differentiable structure of generalized idempotents

Esteban Andruchow, Gustavo Corach, Mostafa Mbekhta (2013)

Open Mathematics

For a fixed n > 2, we study the set Λ of generalized idempotents, which are operators satisfying T n+1 = T. Also the subsets Λ†, of operators such that T n−1 is the Moore-Penrose pseudo-inverse of T, and Λ*, of operators such that T n−1 = T* (known as generalized projections) are studied. The local smooth structure of these sets is examined.

A quantified Tauberian theorem for sequences

David Seifert (2015)

Studia Mathematica

The main result of this paper is a quantified version of Ingham's Tauberian theorem for bounded vector-valued sequences rather than functions. It gives an estimate on the rate of decay of such a sequence in terms of the behaviour of a certain boundary function, with the quality of the estimate depending on the degree of smoothness this boundary function is assumed to possess. The result is then used to give a new proof of the quantified Katznelson-Tzafriri theorem recently obtained by the author...

Additive combinations of special operators

Pei Wu (1994)

Banach Center Publications

This is a survey paper on additive combinations of certain special-type operators on a Hilbert space. We consider (finite) linear combinations, sums, convex combinations and/or averages of operators from the classes of diagonal operators, unitary operators, isometries, projections, symmetries, idempotents, square-zero operators, nilpotent operators, quasinilpotent operators, involutions, commutators, self-commutators, norm-attaining operators, numerical-radius-attaining operators, irreducible operators...

Algebraic analysis in structures with the Kaplansky-Jacobson property

D. Przeworska-Rolewicz (2005)

Studia Mathematica

In 1950 N. Jacobson proved that if u is an element of a ring with unit such that u has more than one right inverse, then it has infinitely many right inverses. He also mentioned that I. Kaplansky proved this in another way. Recently, K. P. Shum and Y. Q. Gao gave a new (non-constructive) proof of the Kaplansky-Jacobson theorem for monoids admitting a ring structure. We generalize that theorem to monoids without any ring structure and we show the consequences of the generalized Kaplansky-Jacobson...

Almost exactness in normed spaces II

Robin Harte, Мostafa Мbekhta (1996)

Studia Mathematica

In the normed space of bounded operators between a pair of normed spaces, the set of operators which are "bounded below" forms the interior of the set of one-one operators. This note is concerned with the extension of this observation to certain spaces of pairs of operators.

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