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Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras

by John Lindsay Orr

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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Triangular operator algebras.,
  • Ideals (Algebra)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Lindsay Orr.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 562
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .A57 no. 562, QA326 .A57 no. 562
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1269271M
    ISBN 100821804057
    LC Control Number95000382

    On the Properties of Algebras of Sets 1 and Properties of Algebras of Sets 2 page we went through some properties of algebras of sets. These results are summarized in the table below. These results are summarized in the table below. James Gabe (advisors: S. Eilers & R. Nest): My main interests are operator algebra, more specifically classification of C*-algebras using K-theoretic data. At the moment I am trying to classify certain (graph) C*-algebras with infinitely many ideals using K-theory invariants.

    The tensor product problem for reflexive algebras Jon Kraus; - Abstract PDF. Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras John Lindsay Orr; - Book Reviews. Review. The nest subalgebras H"(M, 6, z), defined below, are related to (but usually quite distinct from) the analytic operator algebras of McAsey, Muhly, and Saito [ , and, of course, to certain subdiagonal algebras introduced by Arveson [2]. Moreover, as nest subalgebras, they fall within.

    The first part of this book is an introduction with emphasis on examples that illustrate the theory of operator spaces. The second part is devoted to applications to C*-algebras, with a systematic exposition of tensor products of C* algebras. The third part of the book describes applications to non self-adjoint operator algebras and similarity. Welcome to Algebra 1. This course will make math come alive with its many intriguing examples of algebra in the world around you, from baseball to theater lighting to space exploration. Need a little extra help? Want a problem solving challenge? Click on the chapter links below to get lesson help, try an extra challenge, or explore application.


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Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras by John Lindsay Orr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Triangular algebras and nest algebras are two important classes of non-selfadjoint operator algebras. In this book, the author uses the new depth of understanding which the similarity theory for nests has opened up to study ideals of nest algebras. In particular, a unique largest diagonal-disjoint ideal is identified for each nest algebra.

Get this from a library. Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras. [John Lindsay Orr] -- The motivation for this work is a construction proposed by Kadison and Singer for building new maximal triangular algebras out of triangular algebras and their ideals.

This leads to the study of. Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras. [John Lindsay Orr] The interpolation theorem 4. Maximal off-diagonal ideals 5.

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Triangular algebras and ideals of nest algebras About this Title. John Lindsay Orr. Publication: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society Publication Year VolumeNumber ISBNs: (print); (online)Cited by: A set of meet-irreducible ideals is described for a class of maximal triangular almost finite algebras.

This set forms a topological space under the hull-kernel closure, and there is a one-to-one. Ideals of nest algebras and in particular ideals which are diagonal disjoint have been studied by a number of authors [4, 5, 9].

For example, the Jacobson. The most important examples of triangular algebras are upper triangular matrix algebras and nest algebras. Let 1 A and 1 B be identities of the algebras A and B, respectively, and let 1 be the identity of the triangular algebra A.

Throughout this section we shall use following notation e Cited by: 4. the structure of Lie ideals in nest algebras. On the other hand, our method also works for CSL-subalgebras of these "integer-ordered" nest algebras, so the domain of validity of the equivalence is extended.

If A is an algebra, a subspace £ is a Lie ideal if [x,a] — xa — ax £. Lie Isomorphisms of Nest Algebras. Author links open overlay panel Laurent W Marcoux a * Ahmed R Nest Algebras, Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics,Longman, London/New York () Lie ideals in triangular operator algebras, Trans.

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Power, S.C. () Classification of tensor products of triangular operator algebras, Proc. London Math. Soc. 61, – MathSciNet zbMATH CrossRef Google Scholar Author: E.

Katsoulis. This paper is dedicated to the memory of my teacher, colleague and friend, Moshe Livsic, one of the great operator theorists of our time.

Conversations with Moshe, about mathematics or any other topic always reminded me of a statement of the Rabbis of the Talmud (Tractate Berachot, 38, a) that one who sees a wise man is required to thank God “who gave of his wisdom to humanity”.Cited by: 3.

The limit algebras are usually strongly maximal triangular subalgebras of AF C*-algebras. We give descriptions of these ideals in terms of coordinates. Meet-irreducible ideals are interesting because they are closely related to nest representations; in particular, we show that each meet-irreducible ideal is the kernel of a nest representation.

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generally be strongly maximal triangular subalgebras of AF C*-algebras, or briefly, strongly maximal TAF algebras. Of course, all ideals are closed and two-sided.

These ideals have a description in terms of the coordinates, or spectrum, that is a natural extension of one description of meet irreducible ideals in the upper triangular matrices. Quantum Algebras. The seminar is normally organised by Shahn Majid weekly or fortnightly during term time.

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The operator algebras involved may be represented as algebras of bonafide operator-valued, analytic functions with remarkable properties. That is, the operator algebras are repreented as noncommutative function algebras.

These, in turn, prove to be a fertile environment in which to apply Arveson's theory of subalgebras of C *-algebras. Information Technology: Inside and Outside by David Cyganski, John A. Orr, Richard F.

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