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A characterization of the invertible measures

A. Ülger (2007)

Studia Mathematica

Let G be a locally compact abelian group and M(G) its measure algebra. Two measures μ and λ are said to be equivalent if there exists an invertible measure ϖ such that ϖ*μ = λ. The main result of this note is the following: A measure μ is invertible iff |μ̂| ≥ ε on Ĝ for some ε > 0 and μ is equivalent to a measure λ of the form λ = a + θ, where a ∈ L¹(G) and θ ∈ M(G) is an idempotent measure.

A Kleinecke-Shirokov type condition with Jordan automorphisms

Matej Brešar, Ajda Fošner, Maja Fošner (2001)

Studia Mathematica

Let φ be a Jordan automorphism of an algebra . The situation when an element a ∈ satisfies 1 / 2 ( φ ( a ) + φ - 1 ( a ) ) = a is considered. The result which we obtain implies the Kleinecke-Shirokov theorem and Jacobson’s lemma.

A note on compact semiderivations

Matej Brešar, Yuri Turovskii (2005)

Banach Center Publications

Let 𝓐 be a Banach algebra without nonzero finite dimensional ideals. Then every compact semiderivation on 𝓐 is a quasinilpotent operator mapping 𝓐 into its radical.

A note on local automorphisms

Ajda Fošner (2006)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

Let H be an infinite-dimensional almost separable Hilbert space. We show that every local automorphism of ( H ) , the algebra of all bounded linear operators on a Hilbert space H , is an automorphism.

A notion of analytic generator for groups of unbounded operators

José E. Galé (2005)

Banach Center Publications

We introduce a notion of analytic generator for groups of unbounded operators, on Banach modules, arising from Esterle’s quasimultiplier theory. Characterizations of analytic generators are given in terms of the existence of certain functional calculi. This extends recent results about C₀ groups of bounded operators. The theory is applicable to sectorial operators, representations of H , and integrated groups.

Algebraic isomorphisms and Jordan derivations of 𝒥-subspace lattice algebras

Fangyan Lu, Pengtong Li (2003)

Studia Mathematica

It is shown that every algebraic isomorphism between standard subalgebras of 𝒥-subspace lattice algebras is quasi-spatial and every Jordan derivation of standard subalgebras of 𝒥-subspace lattice algebras is an additive derivation. Also, it is proved that every finite rank operator in a 𝒥-subspace lattice algebra can be written as a finite sum of rank one operators each belonging to that algebra. As an additional result, a multiplicative bijection of a 𝒥-subspace lattice algebra onto an arbitrary...

An identity with generalized derivations on Lie ideals, right ideals and Banach algebras

Vincenzo de Filippis, Giovanni Scudo, Mohammad S. Tammam El-Sayiad (2012)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

Let R be a prime ring of characteristic different from 2 , U the Utumi quotient ring of R , C = Z ( U ) the extended centroid of R , L a non-central Lie ideal of R , F a non-zero generalized derivation of R . Suppose that [ F ( u ) , u ] F ( u ) = 0 for all u L , then one of the following holds: (1) there exists α C such that F ( x ) = α x for all x R ; (2) R satisfies the standard identity s 4 and there exist a U and α C such that F ( x ) = a x + x a + α x for all x R . We also extend the result to the one-sided case. Finally, as an application we obtain some range inclusion results of...

Closed range multipliers and generalized inverses

K. Laursen, M. Mbekhta (1993)

Studia Mathematica

Conditions involving closed range of multipliers on general Banach algebras are studied. Numerous conditions equivalent to a splitting A = TA ⊕ kerT are listed, for a multiplier T defined on the Banach algebra A. For instance, it is shown that TA ⊕ kerT = A if and only if there is a commuting operator S for which T = TST and S = STS, that this is the case if and only if such S may be taken to be a multiplier, and that these conditions are also equivalent to the existence of a factorization T = PB,...

Compact endomorphisms of H ( D )

Joel Feinstein, Herbert Kamowitz (1999)

Studia Mathematica

Compact composition operators on H ( G ) , where G is a region in the complex plane, and the spectra of these operators were described by D. Swanton ( Compact composition operators on B(D), Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 56 (1976), 152-156). In this short note we characterize all compact endomorphisms, not necessarily those induced by composition operators, on H ( D ) , where D is the unit disc, and determine their spectra.

Compactness conditions for elementary operators

Matej Brešar, Yuri V. Turovskii (2007)

Studia Mathematica

Various topics concerning compact elementary operators on Banach algebras are studied: their ranges, their coefficients, and the structure of algebras having nontrivial compact elementary operators. In the first part of the paper we consider separately elementary operators of certain simple types. In the second part we obtain our main results which deal with general elementary operators.

Compactness of derivations from commutative Banach algebras

Matthew J. Heath (2010)

Banach Center Publications

We consider the compactness of derivations from commutative Banach algebras into their dual modules. We show that if there are no compact derivations from a commutative Banach algebra, A, into its dual module, then there are no compact derivations from A into any symmetric A-bimodule; we also prove analogous results for weakly compact derivations and for bounded derivations of finite rank. We then characterise the compact derivations from the convolution algebra ℓ¹(ℤ₊) to its dual. Finally, we give...

Elementary operators on Banach algebras and Fourier transform

Miloš Arsenović, Dragoljub Kečkić (2006)

Studia Mathematica

We consider elementary operators x j = 1 n a j x b j , acting on a unital Banach algebra, where a j and b j are separately commuting families of generalized scalar elements. We give an ascent estimate and a lower bound estimate for such an operator. Additionally, we give a weak variant of the Fuglede-Putnam theorem for an elementary operator with strongly commuting families a j and b j , i.e. a j = a j ' + i a j ' ' ( b j = b j ' + i b j ' ' ), where all a j ' and a j ' ' ( b j ' and b j ' ' ) commute. The main tool is an L¹ estimate of the Fourier transform of a certain class of C c p t functions...

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