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Behavior of the resolvent near the boundary of the spectrum

My question is, in some sense, a continuation of the question below. Isolated singularities of the resolvent Suppose $T\in B(H)$ has no eigenvalues, pick $x\in H$, $x\neq 0$, and consider the ...
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Isolated singularities of the resolvent

Let $T$ be a bounded operator on $l_2$ such that there exists $\mu$ in the spectrum of $T$ which is an isolated point of the spectrum. We know that for any $x\in l_2$ the resolvent function ...
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Adjoint of multiplication by $z$ in the Bergman space

I am learning Hilbert space theory from Halmos' "Introduction to Hilbert space and the theory of spectral multiplicity". While talking about understanding adjoints (p. 39), he calls special ...
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Summation of the Bergman kernel at two distinct points is constant?

Let $\Omega$ be a bounded simply connected domain in $\mathbb{C}.$ Let $K(z,w)$ denotes the Bergman kernel of $\Omega.$ Let $w_1,\,w_2$ be two distinct points in $\Omega.$ I'm looking for a domain ...
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A question on a sequence in a Banach algebra [duplicate]

If $\{u_{k}\}_{k=1}^{\infty}$ is a sequence in an Banach algebra (and more specifically, in the set of all the bounded linear operators of a Banach space $X$). If ...
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Show that the operator is bounded in $L_p$

Consider the operator $C$, acting on functions $f$ on the unit circle $S^1 = \left\{ z \in \mathbb C \mid |z| = 1 \right\}$ by the rule $$ (Cf)(z) = \frac{1}{2\pi i} ...
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Composition of analytic functions is analytic in a general setting, and are they continuous?

Regarding the notion of analyticity discussed in this setting: A possible equivalence for holomorphicity I wonder if this is truly the correct definition (even though it is from Dunford-Schwarz) An ...
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A possible equivalence for holomorphicity

Let $X$ and $Y$ be Complex Banach spaces with $U$ an open subset of $X$, and $f:U\rightarrow Y$. We say that f is analytic/holomorphic if for every $z_1, ... z_n \in X$ we have that the mapping $a_1, ...
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Almost everywhere analytic function

Suppose we have a measure space $\Omega$ and a function $m\in L^\infty(\Omega,\mathcal{B}(E))$, that is invertible for almost all $\theta\in\Omega$ Further assume, that we have an other function $G$ ...
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Extension of family of operators

Let $A(z)$ where $z\in \mathbb{R}$ be a family of (bounded) operators on some Hilbert space. Assume we know these operators have a meromorphic extension to all of $\mathbb{C}$. Assume moreover that we ...
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Composition of $\mathrm H^p$ function with Möbius transform

Let $f:\mathbb D\rightarrow \mathbb C$ be a function in $\mathrm{H}^p$, i.e. $$\exists M>0,\text{ such that }\int_0^{2\pi}|f(re^{it})|^pdt\leq M<\infty,\forall r\in[o,1)$$ Consider a Möbius ...
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Showing a bound on a contour integral

I'm working through M. Schechter's 'Principles of Functional Analysis' and I'm working through a proof on page 136 that shows that the spectral radius $r_{\sigma} (T) $ of a bounded linear operator ...
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When are two commuting linear operators functions of each other

I've computed that the following is valid for certain functions but I've hit a slight bump in my proof. I was wondering if someone could clear it up. If we formally consider the integral operators ...
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winding number question

This is part of a proof from Banach algebra techniques in Operator theory by Ronald Douglas on page 170. Let $\epsilon>0$. Let $T$ be the unit circle and $\phi\in H^\infty+C(T)$. Choose $\psi\in ...
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eigenvalue question for a Toeplitz operator

Let $\phi$ be a nonzero function in $L^\infty(T)$ where $T$ is the unit circle. Let $M_\phi$ be the multiplication operator and $T_\phi$ be the Toeplitz operator. Show $T_\phi$ and $M_\phi$ have no ...
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invariant subspace of a Hardy space

Let $T$ be the unit circle and $H^1=\{f\in L^1(T): \int_0^{2\pi} f(e^{it})\chi_n(e^{it})dt=0 \text{ for } n>0\}$ where $\chi_n(e^{it})=e^{int}$. Let $M$ be a closed subspace of $H^1$. Then ...
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Hilbert transform and Hilbert matrix

The Hilbert matrix is \begin{bmatrix} 1 & \frac{1}{2} & \frac{1}{3} & \frac{1}{4} & \dots \\[4pt] \frac{1}{2} & \frac{1}{3} & \frac{1}{4} & & \ddots \\[4pt] ...
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Injectivity of a certain operator

Consider a compact $K$ of the complex plane of interior void, $f$ a rational fraction leaving $K$ invariant (i.e. $f(K) \subset K$), and $\mu$ a borelian probability measure supported by $K$, and ...
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Confused by a proof in Rudin *Functional Analysis*

I am reading Rudin's Functional Analysis and got quite confused by his proof of Thm 8.5, that is, the existence of fundamental solutions for differential operator $P(D)$, where $P$ is a polynomial. ...
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Weak analyticity vs. Strong Analyticity

Let $X$ be a (complex) banach space, $U$ be an open subset of $\mathbb{C}$ and $f: U \to X$ be a function that is completely arbitrary except that it satisfies the property that for any continuous ...
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Lie group heuristics for a raising operator for $(-1)^n \frac{d^n}{d\beta^n}\frac{x^\beta}{\beta!}|_{\beta=0}$

Consider the fractional integro-derivative $\displaystyle\frac{d^{\beta}}{dx^\beta}\frac{x^{\alpha}}{\alpha!}=FP\frac{1}{2\pi ...
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Cauchy's integral formula for operators

I study this article : A supersymmetric transfer matrix and differentiability of the density of states in the one-dimensional Anderson model. Massimo Campanino and Abel Klein. Comm. Math. Phys. 104 ...
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Simple isolated eigenvalue and pole of the resolvent

Let $T$ be bounded linear operator on some complex Banach space, and $\lambda$ an eigenvalue of $T$ which is isolated in its spectrum, and such that $\bigcup_{n\ge 1} N((T- \lambda I)^n)$ is ...