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by Mihai Putinar,Jörg Eschmeier

  • ISBN: 0198536674
  • Category: Math & Science
  • Author: Mihai Putinar,Jörg Eschmeier
  • Subcategory: Mathematics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (August 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 376 pages
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Spectral decompositions and analytic sheaves. J Eschmeier, M Putinar. Oxford University Press, 1996. Introduction to Banach algebras, operators, and harmonic analysis. HG Dales, HG Dales, P Aiena, J Eschmeier, K Laursen, GA Willis. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Analytical functional models and local spectral theory. Bishop's condition (β) and rich extensions of linear operators. Indiana University Mathematics Journal 37 (2), 325-348, 1988.

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book will still have its outstanding place as a general introduction to semigroup theory offering both an updated overview of the subject and a suitable . Series: London Mathematical Society Monographs (Book 12). Hardcover: 368 pages.

book will still have its outstanding place as a general introduction to semigroup theory offering both an updated overview of the subject and a suitable entree for the graduate student' Monatshefte fur Mathematik Vol. 124 1997. this well-written and well-organised book I think the author has ensured that "Howie" will continue to be a byword for semigroup books' Edinburgh Mathematical Society 1997.

Jörg Eschmeier and Mihai Putinar, Spectral decompositions and analytic sheaves, London Mathematical Society Monographs. New Series, vol. 10, Oxford Science Publications, The Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, New York, 1996. MR 1420618 (98h:47002). Bent Fuglede, A commutativity theorem for normal operators, Proc.

Rapid developments in multivariable spectral theory have led to important and fascinating results which also have applications in other mathematical disciplines. In this book, various concepts from function theory and complex analytic geometry are drawn together to give a new approach to concrete spectral computations and give insights into new developments in the spectral theory of linear operators. Classical results from cohomology theory of Banach algebras, multidimensional spectral theory, and complex analytic geometry have been freshly interpreted using the language of homological algebra. The advantages of this approach are illustrated by a variety of examples, unexpected applications, and conceptually new ideas that should stimulate further research among mathematicians.

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