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The operator spaces , , generalizing the row and column Hilbert spaces, and arising in the authors' previous study of contractively complemented subspaces of -algebras, are shown to be homogeneous and completely isometric to a space of creation operators on a subspace of the anti-symmetric Fock space. The completely bounded Banach-Mazur distance from to a row or column space is explicitly calculated.

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We construct some separable infinite-dimensional homogeneous Hilbertian operator spaces and , which generalize the row and column spaces R and C (the case m=0). We show that a separable infinite-dimensional Hilbertian JC-triple is completely isometric to one of , , , or the space Φ spanned by creation operators on the full anti-symmetric Fock space. In fact, we show that (respectively ) is completely isometric to the space of creation (respectively annihilation) operators on the m (respectively m+1) anti-symmetric tensors of the Hilbert space. Together with the finite-dimensional case studied in [M. Neal, B. Russo, Representation of contractively complemented Hilbertian operator spaces on the Fock space, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 134 (2006) 475-485], this gives a full operator space classification of all rank-one JC-triples in terms of creation and annihilation operator spaces.We use the above structural result for Hilbertian JC-triples to show that all contractive projections on a C-algebra A with infinite-dimensional Hilbertian range are “expansions” (which we define precisely) of normal contractive projections from A** onto a Hilbertian space which is completely isometric to R, C, RC, or Φ. This generalizes the well-known result, first proved for B(H) by Robertson in [A.G. Robertson, Injective matricial Hilbert spaces, Math. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc. 110 (1991) 183-190], that all Hilbertian operator spaces that are completely contractively complemented in a C-algebra are completely isometric to R or C. We use the above representation on the Fock space to compute various completely bounded Banach-Mazur distances between these spaces, or Φ.  相似文献
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This paper concerns Fredholm theory in several variables, and its applications to Hilbert spaces of analytic functions. One feature is the introduction of ideas from commutative algebra to operator theory. Specifically, we introduce a method to calculate the Fredholm index of a pair of commuting operators. To achieve this, we define and study the Hilbert space analogs of Samuel multiplicities in commutative algebra. Then the theory is applied to the symmetric Fock space. In particular, our results imply a satisfactory answer to Arveson’s program on developing a Fredholm theory for pure d-contractions when d = 2, including both the Fredholmness problem and the calculation of indices. We also show that Arveson’s curvature invariant is in fact always equal to the Samuel multiplicity for an arbitrary pure d-contraction with finite defect rank. It follows that the curvature is a similarity invariant. Received: October 2004 Revision: May 2005 Accepted: May 2005 Partially supported by National Science Foundation Grant DMS 0400509.  相似文献
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We study a family of stationary increment Gaussian processes, indexed by time. These processes are determined by certain measures σ (generalized spectral measures), and our focus here is on the case when the measure σ is a singular measure. We characterize the processes arising from σ when σ is in one of the classes of affine selfsimilar measures. Our analysis makes use of Kondratiev white noise spaces. With the use of a priori estimates and the Wick calculus, we extend and sharpen (see Theorem 7.1) earlier computations of Ito stochastic integration developed for the special case of stationary increment processes having absolutely continuous measures. We further obtain an associated Ito formula (see Theorem 8.1).  相似文献
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We first show that an inequality on Hilbert modules, obtained by Douglas and Yan in 1993, is always an equality. This allows us to establish the semi-continuity of the generalized Samuel multiplicities for a pair of commuting operators. Then we discuss the general structure of a Fredholm pair, aiming at developing a model theory. For application we prove that the Samuel additivity formula on Hilbert spaces of holomorphic functions is equivalent to a generalized Gleason problem. As a consequence it follows the additivity of Samuel multiplicity, in its full generality, on the symmetric Fock space. During the course we discover that a variant e(⋅) of the classic algebraic Samuel multiplicity might be more suitable for Hilbert modules and can lead to better results.  相似文献
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