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Cyclic Phenomena for Composition Operators
 
Paul S. Bourdon Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA
Joel H. Shapiro Michigan State University, Est Lansing, MI
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Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-0181-8
Product Code: MEMO/125/596.E
105 pp 
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Cyclic Phenomena for Composition Operators
Paul S. Bourdon Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA
Joel H. Shapiro Michigan State University, Est Lansing, MI
Available Formats:
Electronic ISBN:  978-1-4704-0181-8
Product Code:  MEMO/125/596.E
105 pp 
List Price: $47.00
MAA Member Price: $42.30
AMS Member Price: $28.20
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    Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society
    Volume: 1251997
    MSC: Primary 47; Secondary 30;

    The cyclic behavior of a composition operator is closely tied to the dynamical behavior of its inducing map. Based on analysis of fixed-point and orbital properties of inducing maps, Bourdon and Shapiro show that composition operators exhibit strikingly diverse types of cyclic behavior. The authors connect this behavior with classical problems involving polynomial approximation and analytic functional equations.

    Features:

    • Complete classification of the cyclic behavior of composition operators induced by linear-fractional mappings.
    • Application of linear-fractional models to obtain more general cyclicity results.
    • Information concerning the properties of solutions to Schroeder's and Abel's functional equations.


    This pioneering work forges new links between classical function theory and operator theory, and contributes new results to the study of classical analytic functional equations.

    Readership

    Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in complex analysis and its interaction with operator theory.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Chapters
    • Introduction
    • 1. Preliminaries
    • 2. Linear-fractional composition operators
    • 3. Linear-fractional models
    • 4. The hyperbolic and parabolic models
    • 5. Cyclicity: Parabolic nonautomorphism case
    • 6. Endnotes
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Volume: 1251997
MSC: Primary 47; Secondary 30;

The cyclic behavior of a composition operator is closely tied to the dynamical behavior of its inducing map. Based on analysis of fixed-point and orbital properties of inducing maps, Bourdon and Shapiro show that composition operators exhibit strikingly diverse types of cyclic behavior. The authors connect this behavior with classical problems involving polynomial approximation and analytic functional equations.

Features:

  • Complete classification of the cyclic behavior of composition operators induced by linear-fractional mappings.
  • Application of linear-fractional models to obtain more general cyclicity results.
  • Information concerning the properties of solutions to Schroeder's and Abel's functional equations.


This pioneering work forges new links between classical function theory and operator theory, and contributes new results to the study of classical analytic functional equations.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in complex analysis and its interaction with operator theory.

  • Chapters
  • Introduction
  • 1. Preliminaries
  • 2. Linear-fractional composition operators
  • 3. Linear-fractional models
  • 4. The hyperbolic and parabolic models
  • 5. Cyclicity: Parabolic nonautomorphism case
  • 6. Endnotes
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