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    On ergodic operator means in Banach spaces

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    We consider a large class of operator means and prove that a number of ergodic theorems, as well as growth estimates known for particular cases, continue to hold in the general context under fairly mild regularity conditions. The methods developed in the paper not only yield a new approach based on a general point of view, but also lead to results that are new, even in the context of the classical Cesaro means

    Singular-value decomposition of solution operators to model evolution equations

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    We consider evolution equations generated by quadratic operators admitting a decomposition in creation-annihilation operators without usual ellipticity-type hypotheses; this class includes hypocoercive model operators. We identify the singular value decomposition of their solution operators with the evolution generated by an operator of harmonic oscillator type, and in doing so derive exact characterizations of return to equilibrium and regularization for any complex time.Comment: 10 pages, 1 figur

    On weak and strong solution operators for evolution equations coming from quadratic operators

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    International audienceWe identify, through a change of variables, solution operators for evolution equations with generators given by certain simple first-order differential operators acting on Fock spaces. This analysis applies, through unitary equivalence, to a broad class of supersymmetric quadratic multiplication-differentiation operators acting on L2(Rn)L^2(\Bbb{R}^n) which includes the elliptic and weakly elliptic quadratic operators. We demonstrate a variety of sharp results on boundedness, decay, and return to equilibrium for these solution operators, connecting the short-time behavior with the range of the symbol and the long-time behavior with the eigenvalues of their generators. This is particularly striking when it allows for the definition of solution operators which are compact and regularizing for large times for certain operators whose spectrum is the entire complex plane

    Weighted conformal invariance of Banach spaces of analytic functions

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    We consider Banach spaces of analytic functions in the unit disc which satisfy a weighted conformal invariance property, that is, for a fixed α>0 and every conformal automorphism φ of the disc, f→f∘φ(φ′)α defines a bounded linear operator on the space in question, and the family of all such operators is uniformly bounded in operator norm. Many common examples of Banach spaces of analytic functions like Korenblum growth classes, Hardy spaces, standard weighted Bergman and certain Besov spaces satisfy this condition. The aim of the paper is to develop a general approach to the study of such spaces based on this property alone. We consider polynomial approximation, duality and complex interpolation, we identify the largest and the smallest as well as the “unique” Hilbert space satisfying this property for a given α>0. We investigate the weighted conformal invariance of the space of derivatives, or anti-derivatives with the induced norm, and arrive at the surprising conclusion that they depend entirely on the properties of the (modified) Cesàro operator acting on the original space. Finally, we prove that this last result implies a John-Nirenberg type estimate for analytic functions g with the property that the integration operator f→∫0zf(t)g′(t)dt is bounded on a Banach space satisfying the weighted conformal invariance propertyThe second author was supported by the research project PID2019-106870GB-I00 from MICINN, Spai
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