Characteristic functions, scattering functions and transfer by Daniel Alpay, Victor Vinnikov

By Daniel Alpay, Victor Vinnikov

The notions of move functionality and attribute features proved to be primary within the final fifty years in operator thought and in approach concept. Moshe Livsic performed a valuable position in constructing those notions, and the e-book incorporates a choice of conscientiously selected refereed papers devoted to his reminiscence. subject matters comprise classical operator concept, ergodic idea and stochastic approaches, geometry of tender mappings, mathematical physics, Schur research and procedure concept. the diversity of themes attests good to the breadth of Moshe Livsic's mathematical imaginative and prescient and the deep impression of his work.

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Then for every α ∈ (−∞, +∞) the restored operator Th will be accretive and φ-sectorial for some φ ∈ (0, π/2). 8). 25) b . 17), the fact that α2 − α b + 1 > 0 for all α, and the formula 2 b b2 α2 − α b + 1 = α − . + 1− 2 4 Inverse Stieltjes-like Functions and Schr¨ odinger Systems 37 Now we will focus on the description of the parameter h in the restored operator Th . 3). This connection allows us to obtain θ=η= μRe h − |h|2 . 28) to derive the formulas for x and y in terms of γ. 5) imply WΘ (λ) = 1 − iV (z) μ − h m∞ (λ) + h = .

Arlinski˘ı. On regular (∗)-extensions and characteristic matrix-valued functions of ordinary differential operators. Boundary value problems for differential operators, Kiev, 3–13, 1980. [5] Yu. Arlinski˘ı and E. Tsekanovski˘ı. Regular (∗)-extension of unbounded operators, characteristic operator-functions and realization problems of transfer functions of linear systems. , 1979. M. R. Tsekanovski˘ı, “Linear systems with Schr¨ odinger operators and their transfer functions”, Oper. Theory Adv. , 149, 2004, 47–77.

Moreover, it can be decomposed as a sum of two orthogonal vectors in H 2 (D) as follows: (1 − ρzA(ρz))−1 d = d + ρzA(ρz)(1 − ρzA(ρz))−1 d. 56 H. G. Douglas and C. 3) follows by letting ρ 1 −1 ρ2 d 2, 1. 1. 2. 3a) 0 2π 1 2π 1 −1 ρ2 (I − ρeiθ A(ρeiθ ))−1 d 2 dθ (d ∈ D). 3. For all d ∈ D we have d 2 = lim ρ 1 1 2π + 2π DA(ρeiθ ) (I − ρeiθ A(ρeiθ ))−1 d 2 dθ 0 1 −1 ρ2 1 2π 2π 0 (I − ρeiθ A(ρeiθ ))−1 d 2 dθ . 4) Bi-isometries and Commutant Lifting 57 Proof. 4) readily follows. 4. 5) where dn ∈ D and d0 = d.

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