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Maximal Semidefinite Invariant Subspaces for J-dissipative Operators

  • S. G. PyatkovEmail author
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Part of the Operator Theory: Advances and Applications book series (OT, volume 221)

Abstract

We describe some sufficient conditions for a J-dissipative operator in a Krein space to have maximal semidefinite invariant subspaces.T he semigroup properties of the restrictions of an operator to these subspaces are studied.Appl ications are given to the case when an operator admits matrix representation with respect to the canonical decomposition of the space and to some singular differential operators.T he main conditions are given in the terms of the interpolation theory of Banach spaces.

Keywords

Dissipative operator Pontryagin space Krein space invariant subspace analytic semigroup 

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  1. 1.Yugra State UniversityHanty-MansiiskRussia

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