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Published
**1995**
by American Mathematical Society in Providence, RI
.

Written in

- Hilbert modules.,
- Operator algebras.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Paul S. Muhly, Baruch Solel. |

Series | Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 559 |

Contributions | Solel, Baruch, 1952- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA3 .A57 no. 559, QA326 .A57 no. 559 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 53 : |

Number of Pages | 53 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1269262M |

ISBN 10 | 0821803468 |

LC Control Number | 95000373 |

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'The purpose of this fine monograph is two-fold. On the one hand, the authors introduce a wide audience to the basic theory of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces (RKHS), on the other hand they present applications of this theory in a variety of areas of mathematics the authors have succeeded in arranging a very readable modern presentation of RKHS and in conveying the relevance of this. Operators on Hilbert Spaces16 Algebras 19 Spectrum 21 Chapter 3. BANACH ALGEBRAS23 De nition and Elementary Properties23 be assumed to be vector spaces over C. That is, scalar will be taken to mean complex number. De nition. operator Ton a vector space V is independent of the basis chosen for V and hence of the.

Among the topics treated are: operator spaces, Hilbert modules, limit algebras, reflexive algebras and subspaces, relations to basis theory, C* algebraic quantum groups, endomorphisms of operator algebras, conditional expectations and projection maps, and applications, particularly to wavelet theory. An Introduction to Hilbert Module Approach to Multivariable Operator Theory by Jaydeb Sarkar - arXiv An introduction of Hilbert modules over function algebras. The theory of Hilbert modules is presented as combination of commutative algebra, complex geometry and Hilbert spaces and its applications to the theory of n-tuples of commuting operators.

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This book gives a general systematic analysis of the notions of “projectivity” and “injectivity” in the context of Hilbert modules over operator algebras. A Hilbert module over an operator algebra \(A\) is simply the Hilbert space of a (contractive) representation of \(A\) viewed as a module over \(A\) in the usual way.

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This book presents the general theory of algebras of operators on a Hilbert space, and the modules over such algebras. The new theory of operator spaces is presented early on and the text assembles the basic concepts, theory, and methodologies.

A major trend in modern mathematics, inspired largely by physics, is toward ‘noncommutative’ or ‘quantized’ phenomena. in Hilbert C ∗-modules over arbitrary C ∗-algebras. Consider B = B (H) as a Hilbert C ∗ -module over itself with the inner product h a, b i = ab ∗. Also, most of the important modules over operator algebras are operator spaces.

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The new theory of operator spaces is presented early on and the text assembles the basic concepts, theory and methodologies needed to equip a beginning researcher in this area.

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Effros and Zhong-Jin Ruan, Morita Equivalence and Hilbert C*-modules. Morita equivalence and continuous-trace C*-algebras by Iain Rabeurn and Dana P. Williams, Hilbert C*-modules: A Toolkit for Operator Algebraists by E.

Christopher Lance. From a Hilbert module point of view, these algebras are of interest because the associated contractive Hilbert modules correspond to pairs of contractions 5 and T satisfying the relationship TS = Scy{T).

We characterize the Shilov and orthogonally projective modules over the semicrossed product. A large part of the book is devoted to structural results (self-duality, reflexivity) and to nonadjointable operators. Most of the book can be read with only a basic knowledge of functional analysis; however, some experience in the theory of operator algebras makes reading easier.

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Douglas, Vern I. Paulsen. Operator modules play a central rôle in [12] where the foundations of a Morita theory for non-self-adjoint operator algebras are laid. There Blecher, Muhly and Paulsen show that operator modules are an appropriate “metric” context for the C *-algebraic theory of strong Morita equivalence, and the related theory of C *-modules.

Abstract. In a recent paper of Kasparov [K] the theory of Hilbert modules over noncommutative C* -algebras is used to establish a general theory of extensions of C*-algebras that extends results of Brown, Douglas, and Fillmore [BDF], Fillmore [F], and Pimsner, Popa, and Voiculescu [PPV].

Hilbert C-modules (also called Hilbert modules, and which we simply call C-modules) are simultaneous generalizations of C-algebras, Hilbert spaces, and certain types of vector bundles.

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The general theory of Hilbert \(C^*\)-modules appeared more than 30 years ago in the pioneering papers of W. Paschke and M. Rieffel and has proved to be a powerful tool in operator algebras theory, index theory of elliptic operators, \(K\)- and \(KK\)-theory, and in noncommutative geometry as a whole.

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