170 research outputs found

    On algebras of holomorphic functions of a given type

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    We show that several spaces of holomorphic functions on a Riemann domain over a Banach space, including the nuclear and Hilbert-Schmidt bounded type, are locally mm-convex Fr\'echet algebras. We prove that the spectrum of these algebras has a natural analytic structure, which we use to characterize the envelope of holomorphy. We also show a Cartan-Thullen type theorem.Comment: 30 page

    Strongly mixing convolution operators on Fr\'echet spaces of holomorphic functions

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    A theorem of Godefroy and Shapiro states that non-trivial convolution operators on the space of entire functions on Cn\mathbb{C}^n are hypercyclic. Moreover, it was shown by Bonilla and Grosse-Erdmann that they have frequently hypercyclic functions of exponential growth. On the other hand, in the infinite dimensional setting, the Godefroy-Shapiro theorem has been extended to several spaces of entire functions defined on Banach spaces. We prove that on all these spaces, non-trivial convolution operators are strongly mixing with respect to a gaussian probability measure of full support. For the proof we combine the results previously mentioned and we use techniques recently developed by Bayart and Matheron. We also obtain the existence of frequently hypercyclic entire functions of exponential growth.Comment: 16 page

    Holomorphic Functions and polynomial ideals on Banach spaces

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    Given \u a multiplicative sequence of polynomial ideals, we consider the associated algebra of holomorphic functions of bounded type, H_{b\u}(E). We prove that, under very natural conditions verified by many usual classes of polynomials, the spectrum M_{b\u}(E) of this algebra "behaves" like the classical case of Mb(E)M_{b}(E) (the spectrum of Hb(E)H_b(E), the algebra of bounded type holomorphic functions). More precisely, we prove that M_{b\u}(E) can be endowed with a structure of Riemann domain over E"E" and that the extension of each f\in H_{b\u}(E) to the spectrum is an \u-holomorphic function of bounded type in each connected component. We also prove a Banach-Stone type theorem for these algebras.Comment: 19 page

    An integral formula for multiple summing norms of operators

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    We prove that the multiple summing norm of multilinear operators defined on some nn-dimensional real or complex vector spaces with the pp-norm may be written as an integral with respect to stables measures. As an application we show inclusion and coincidence results for multiple summing mappings. We also present some contraction properties and compute or estimate the limit orders of this class of operators.Comment: 19 page

    Dynamics of non-convolution operators and holomorphy types

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    In this article we study the hypercyclic behavior of non-convolution operators defined on spaces of analytic functions of different holomorphy types over Banach spaces. The operators in the family we analyze are a composition of differentiation and composition operators, and are extensions of operators in H(C) studied by Aron and Markose in 2004. The dynamics of this class of operators, in the context of one and several complex variables, was further investigated by many authors. It turns out that the situation is somewhat different and that some purely infinite dimensional difficulties appear. For example, in contrast to the several complex variable case, it may happen that the symbol of the composition operator has no fixed points and still, the operator is not hypercyclic. We also prove a Runge type theorem for holomorphy types on Banach spaces.Fil: Muro, Luis Santiago Miguel. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentina. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales. Departamento de Matemática; ArgentinaFil: Pinasco, Damian. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentina. Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. Departamento de Matemáticas y Estadística; ArgentinaFil: Savransky, Martin. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentina. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales. Departamento de Matemática; Argentin
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