Electronic ISBN:  9781470421007 
Product Code:  GSM/51.E 
386 pp 
List Price:  $60.00 
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Book DetailsGraduate Studies in MathematicsVolume: 51; 2002MSC: Primary 46; 47; 28; 15;
This is one of the few books available in the literature that contains problems devoted entirely to the theory of operators on Banach spaces and Banach lattices. The book contains complete solutions to the more than 600 exercises in the companion volume, An Invitation to Operator Theory, Volume 50 in the AMS series Graduate Studies in Mathematics, also by Abramovich and Aliprantis.
The exercises and solutions contained in this volume serve many purposes. First, they provide an opportunity to the readers to test their understanding of the theory. Second, they are used to demonstrate explicitly technical details in the proofs of many results in operator theory, providing the reader with rigorous and complete accounts of such details. Third, the exercises include many wellknown results whose proofs are not readily available elsewhere. Finally, the book contains a considerable amount of additional material and further developments. By adding extra material to many exercises, the authors have managed to keep the presentation as selfcontained as possible.
The book can be very useful as a supplementary text to graduate courses in operator theory, real analysis, function theory, integration theory, measure theory, and functional analysis. It will also make a nice reference tool for researchers in physics, engineering, economics, and finance.ReadershipGraduate students and researchers in mathematics, physics, engineering, economics, finance, and other related areas.
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Chapters

Chapter 1. Odds and ends

Chapter 2. Basic operator theory

Chapter 3. Operators on $AL$ and $AM$spaces

Chapter 4. Special classes of operators

Chapter 5. Integral operators

Chapter 6. Spectral properties

Chapter 7. Some special spectra

Chapter 8. Positive matrices

Chapter 9. Irreducible operators

Chapter 10. Invariant subspaces

Chapter 11. The Daugavet equation


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There are over 370 pages of mathematics here which provides a valuable supplement to that contained in the original textbook. The authors take the same care with attribution of results in these exercises … as they have done in the book … a worthy addition to any library (either individual or institutional) …
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This is one of the few books available in the literature that contains problems devoted entirely to the theory of operators on Banach spaces and Banach lattices. The book contains complete solutions to the more than 600 exercises in the companion volume, An Invitation to Operator Theory, Volume 50 in the AMS series Graduate Studies in Mathematics, also by Abramovich and Aliprantis.
The exercises and solutions contained in this volume serve many purposes. First, they provide an opportunity to the readers to test their understanding of the theory. Second, they are used to demonstrate explicitly technical details in the proofs of many results in operator theory, providing the reader with rigorous and complete accounts of such details. Third, the exercises include many wellknown results whose proofs are not readily available elsewhere. Finally, the book contains a considerable amount of additional material and further developments. By adding extra material to many exercises, the authors have managed to keep the presentation as selfcontained as possible.
The book can be very useful as a supplementary text to graduate courses in operator theory, real analysis, function theory, integration theory, measure theory, and functional analysis. It will also make a nice reference tool for researchers in physics, engineering, economics, and finance.
Graduate students and researchers in mathematics, physics, engineering, economics, finance, and other related areas.

Chapters

Chapter 1. Odds and ends

Chapter 2. Basic operator theory

Chapter 3. Operators on $AL$ and $AM$spaces

Chapter 4. Special classes of operators

Chapter 5. Integral operators

Chapter 6. Spectral properties

Chapter 7. Some special spectra

Chapter 8. Positive matrices

Chapter 9. Irreducible operators

Chapter 10. Invariant subspaces

Chapter 11. The Daugavet equation

There are over 370 pages of mathematics here which provides a valuable supplement to that contained in the original textbook. The authors take the same care with attribution of results in these exercises … as they have done in the book … a worthy addition to any library (either individual or institutional) …
Mathematical Reviews