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1-amenability of 𝒜(X) for Banach spaces with 1-unconditional bases

A. Blanco (2012)

Studia Mathematica

The main result of the note is a characterization of 1-amenability of Banach algebras of approximable operators for a class of Banach spaces with 1-unconditional bases in terms of a new basis property. It is also shown that amenability and symmetric amenability are equivalent concepts for Banach algebras of approximable operators, and that a type of Banach space that was long suspected to lack property 𝔸 has in fact the property. Some further ideas on the problem of whether or not amenability (in...

2-local Jordan automorphisms on operator algebras

Ajda Fošner (2012)

Studia Mathematica

We investigate 2-local Jordan automorphisms on operator algebras. In particular, we show that every 2-local Jordan automorphism of the algebra of all n× n real or complex matrices is either an automorphism or an anti-automorphism. The same is true for 2-local Jordan automorphisms of any subalgebra of ℬ which contains the ideal of all compact operators on X, where X is a real or complex separable Banach spaces and ℬ is the algebra of all bounded linear operators on X.

A generalization of peripherally-multiplicative surjections between standard operator algebras

Takeshi Miura, Dai Honma (2009)

Open Mathematics

Let A and B be standard operator algebras on Banach spaces X and Y, respectively. The peripheral spectrum σπ (T) of T is defined by σπ (T) = z ∈ σ(T): |z| = maxw∈σ(T) |w|. If surjective (not necessarily linear nor continuous) maps φ, ϕ: A → B satisfy σπ (φ(S)ϕ(T)) = σπ (ST) for all S; T ∈ A, then φ and ϕ are either of the form φ(T) = A 1 TA 2 −1 and ϕ(T) = A 2 TA 1 −1 for some bijective bounded linear operators A 1; A 2 of X onto Y, or of the form φ(T) = B 1 T*B 2 −1 and ϕ(T) = B 2 T*B −1 for some...

A remark on the multipliers on spaces of Weak Products of functions

Stefan Richter, Brett D. Wick (2016)

Concrete Operators

If H denotes a Hilbert space of analytic functions on a region Ω ⊆ Cd , then the weak product is defined by [...] We prove that if H is a first order holomorphic Besov Hilbert space on the unit ball of Cd , then the multiplier algebras of H and of H ⊙ H coincide.

Algebra isomorphisms between standard operator algebras

Thomas Tonev, Aaron Luttman (2009)

Studia Mathematica

If X and Y are Banach spaces, then subalgebras ⊂ B(X) and ⊂ B(Y), not necessarily unital nor complete, are called standard operator algebras if they contain all finite rank operators on X and Y respectively. The peripheral spectrum of A ∈ is the set σ π ( A ) = λ σ ( A ) : | λ | = m a x z σ ( A ) | z | of spectral values of A of maximum modulus, and a map φ: → is called peripherally-multiplicative if it satisfies the equation σ π ( φ ( A ) φ ( B ) ) = σ π ( A B ) for all A,B ∈ . We show that any peripherally-multiplicative and surjective map φ: → , neither assumed to be linear nor...

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...

Automorphisms of the algebra of operators in p preserving conditioning

Ryszard Jajte (2010)

Colloquium Mathematicae

Let α be an isometric automorphism of the algebra p of bounded linear operators in p [ 0 , 1 ] (p ≥ 1). Then α transforms conditional expectations into conditional expectations if and only if α is induced by a measure preserving isomorphism of [0, 1].

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