By Daniel Alpay, Victor Vinnikov

The notions of move functionality and attribute features proved to be primary within the final fifty years in operator thought and in approach concept. Moshe Livsic performed a primary position in constructing those notions, and the booklet encompasses a collection of rigorously selected refereed papers devoted to his reminiscence. subject matters contain classical operator thought, ergodic idea and stochastic methods, geometry of delicate mappings, mathematical physics, Schur research and method idea. the range of issues attests good to the breadth of Moshe Livsic's mathematical imaginative and prescient and the deep influence of his work.

The publication will attract researchers in arithmetic, electric engineering and physics.

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We have ∞ lim sup Iρ ≤ 2 lim sup(1 − ρ) ρ 1 ρ 1 ρ2n dn 2 ≤ max{ dn 2 : n ≥ N }, n=N which tends to 0 as N → ∞. 5. 4. 5a). Proof. Let Γ(z)d = g0 + zg1 + · · · + z n gn + · · · (z ∈ D), where gn ∈ D and note that W (z)d(z) = d1 + zd2 + z 2 d2 + · · · g0 + zg1 + z 2 g2 + · · · (z ∈ D). 58 H. G. Douglas and C. Foias Thus for n = 2, 3, . , we have d1 + zd2 + · · · + z n−1 dn g0 + zg1 + · · · + z n−1 gn−1 = 1 2π = d1 ≤ 1 2π 1 ≤ 2π = d0 2π 0 2 2 H2 2 d1 + e d2 + · · · + ei(n−1)θ dn g0 + eiθ g2 + · · · + ei(n−1)θ gn−1 iθ + d2 2 + · · · + dn 2 2 + g0 dθ + · · · + gn−1 2 2π W (eiθ )(d0 + eiθ d1 + · · · + ei(n−1)θ dn−1 ) 2 dθ 0 2π d0 + eiθ d1 + · · · + ei(n−1) dn−1 2 dθ 0 2 + d1 2 + · · · + dn−1 2 , where d0 = d.

We can now state and prove the main result of this section. 6. 6b) (z ∈ D) we have Dn → 0 strongly (that is, limn→∞ Dn d = 0 for all d ∈ D). Proof. 2. 5 show that property (d) implies property (a). 4. 6b) are equivalent and thus so are the sets of properties (b) and (c). 7. Assume that W (z0 ) = 0 for some z0 ∈ D. 6) is valid. Proof. We have W (z) ≤ |z − z0 |/|1 − z¯0 z| and consequently, for all d ∈ D, we also have DW (z) d 2 ≥ (1 − |z − z0 |2 /|1 − z¯0 z|2 ) d (z ∈ D) 2 ≥ ((1 − |z0 |2 )/(1 + |z0 z|)2 )(1 − |z|2 ) d 2 (z ∈ D).

R. Tsekanovski˘ı Figure 7. b = ∞ ˜∞ symmetric operator is The corresponding to B B∞ y = −y y(0) = y (0) = 0. It was also shown in [25] that τ (λ) = 0 for λ ≤ 0 and 1√ λ for λ > 0. 8) √ dτ (t) = i z, ∞ dτ (t) dt √ = ∞. , α = 0. Let us assume that τ (t) satisﬁes our deﬁnition of spectral distribution func˜∞ given in Section 5. 45) for the values α = 0 and m = m∞ (−0) = 0 (see [6]). This yields x = 0. 42) to get the value of d. This yields d = 1/ 2. Consequently, d y = ∞ dτ (t) = 1, 0 1+t2 and hence h = yi = i.