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A generalization of the Aleksandrov operator and adjoints of weighted composition operators

Eva A. Gallardo-Gutiérrez, Jonathan R. Partington (2013)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

A generalization of the Aleksandrov operator is provided, in order to represent the adjoint of a weighted composition operator on 2 by means of an integral with respect to a measure. In particular, we show the existence of a family of measures which represents the adjoint of a weighted composition operator under fairly mild assumptions, and we discuss not only uniqueness but also the generalization of Aleksandrov–Clark measures which corresponds to the unweighted case, that is, to the adjoint of...

A note on composition operators on spaces of real analytic functions

Paweł Domański, Michał Goliński, Michael Langenbruch (2012)

Annales Polonici Mathematici

We characterize composition operators on spaces of real analytic functions which are open onto their images. We give an example of a semiproper map φ such that the associated composition operator is not open onto its image.

A note on the convolution theorem for the Fourier transform

Charles S. Kahane (2011)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

In this paper we characterize those bounded linear transformations T f carrying L 1 ( 1 ) into the space of bounded continuous functions on 1 , for which the convolution identity T ( f * g ) = T f · T g holds. It is shown that such a transformation is just the Fourier transform combined with an appropriate change of variable.

An overview of some recent developments on the Invariant Subspace Problem

Isabelle Chalendar, Jonathan R. Partington (2013)

Concrete Operators

This paper presents an account of some recent approaches to the Invariant Subspace Problem. It contains a brief historical account of the problem, and some more detailed discussions of specific topics, namely, universal operators, the Bishop operators, and Read’s Banach space counter-example involving a finitely strictly singular operator.

Automatic continuity of biseparating maps

Jesús Araujo, Krzysztof Jarosz (2003)

Studia Mathematica

We prove that a biseparating map between spaces of vector-valued continuous functions is usually automatically continuous. However, we also discuss special cases when this is not true.

Biseparating maps on generalized Lipschitz spaces

Denny H. Leung (2010)

Studia Mathematica

Let X, Y be complete metric spaces and E, F be Banach spaces. A bijective linear operator from a space of E-valued functions on X to a space of F-valued functions on Y is said to be biseparating if f and g are disjoint if and only if Tf and Tg are disjoint. We introduce the class of generalized Lipschitz spaces, which includes as special cases the classes of Lipschitz, little Lipschitz and uniformly continuous functions. Linear biseparating maps between generalized Lipschitz spaces are characterized...

Bloch-to-Hardy composition operators

Evgueni Doubtsov, Andrei Petrov (2013)

Open Mathematics

Let φ be a holomorphic mapping between complex unit balls. We characterize those regular φ for which the composition operators C φ: f ↦ f ○ φ map the Bloch space into the Hardy space.

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