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Mathematische Annalen

, Volume 328, Issue 1–2, pp 229–259 | Cite as

Operator spaces with few completely bounded maps

  • Timur OikhbergEmail author
  • Éric Ricard
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Abstract

We construct several examples of Hilbertian operator spaces with few completely bounded maps. In particular, we give an example of a separable 1-Hilbertian operator space X 0 such that, whenever X’ is an infinite dimensional quotient of X 0 , X is a subspace of X’, and \({{T : X {{\rightarrow}} X'}}\) is a completely bounded map, then TI X +S, where S is compact Hilbert-Schmidt and ||S||2/16≤||S|| cb ≤||S||2. Moreover, every infinite dimensional quotient of a subspace of X 0 fails the operator approximation property. We also show that every Banach space can be equipped with an operator space structure without the operator approximation property.

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Banach Space Operator Space Approximation Property Operator Approximation Space Structure 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of California at IrvineIrvineUSA
  2. 2.Département de Mathématiques de BesançonUniversité de Franche-ComtéFrance

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