Spectral Theory of Families of Self-Adjoint Operators by Anatolii M. SamoilenkoSpectral Theory of Families of Self-Adjoint Operators by Anatolii M. Samoilenko

Spectral Theory of Families of Self-Adjoint Operators

byAnatolii M. Samoilenko

Paperback | November 8, 2013

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Title:Spectral Theory of Families of Self-Adjoint OperatorsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:293 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inShipping dimensions:23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:November 8, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401056935

ISBN - 13:9789401056939


Table of Contents

Comments to the introduction.- I Families of Commuting Normal Operators.- 1. Spectral Analysis of Countable Families of Commuting Self-Adjoint Operators (CSO).- 2. Unitary Representations of Inductive Limits of Commutative Locally Compact Groups.- 3. Differential Operators With Constant Coefficients In Spaces of Functions of Infinitely Many Variables.- Inductive Limits of Finite-Dimensional Lie Algebras and Their Representations.- 4. Canonical Commutation Relations (CCR) of Systems with Countable Degrees of Freedom.- 5. Unitary Representations of The Group of Finite SU(2)-Currents on A Countable Set.- 6. Representations of The Group of Upper Triangular Matrices.- 7. A Class of Inductive Limits of Groups and Their Representations.- Collections of Unbounded Self-Adjoint operators Satisfying General Relations.- 8. Anticommuting Self-Adjoint Operators.- 9. Finite and Countable Collections of Gradedcommuting Self-Adjoint Operators (GCSO).- 10. Collections Of Unbounded CSO (Ak) And CSO (Bk) Satisfying General Commutation Relations.- Representations of Operator Algebras And Non-Commutative Random Sequences.- 11. C* -ALGEBRASU0? And Their Representations.- 12. Non-Commutative Random Sequences and Methods for Their Construction.