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Applications of direct integrals to operator theory
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The general theory of such integral equations is known Applications of direct integrals to operator theory book Fredholm theory. In this theory, the kernel is understood to be a compact operator acting on a Banach space of functions. Depending on the situation, the kernel is then variously referred to as the Fredholm operator, the nuclear operator or the Fredholm kernel.
After the book "Basic Operator Theory" by Gohberg-Goldberg was pub lished, we, that is the present authors, intended to continue with another book which would show the readers the large variety of classes of operators and the important role they play in applications. The book was planned to be of modest size, but due to the profusion of.
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The operator generated by the integral in (2), or simply the operator (2), is called a linear integral operator, and the function $ K $ is called its kernel (cf. also Kernel of an integral operator). The kernel $ K $ is called a Fredholm kernel if the operator (2) corresponding to $ K $ is completely continuous (compact) from a given function.
Although both the multiplication-operator and direct integral formulations of the spectral theorem express a self-adjoint operator as unitarily equivalent to a multiplication operator, the direct integral approach is more canonical.
First, the set over which the direct integral takes place (the spectrum of the operator) is canonical. Random Operator Theory provides a comprehensive discussion of the random norm of random bounded linear operators, also providing important random norms as random norms of differentiation operators and integral operators.
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