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Venugopalkrishna, V. Personalised recommendations. Cite article How to cite? ENW EndNote. Buy options. Also we compute a class of Hua type integrals generalizing an earlier result of Faraut and Koranyi. In , Caradus provided a practical condition for identifying such universal operators. In this talk, we will use the Caradus theorem to exhibit a new example of a universal operator and show how it can be used to provide information about invariant subspaces for Hilbert space operators.
Since we consider killing boundary conditions, there is always an exponential-type decay for the heat semigroup. The proof employs the existence of Hardy-type inequalities for the Dirichlet Laplacian in the tubular neighbourhoods on negatively curved manifolds and the method of self-similar variables and weighted Sobolev spaces for the heat equation.
We explain briefly the physical motivation and describe the classes of operators that are considered. We explain relations between the operator classes, namely their non-equivalence, and mention open problems. In the second part, we focus on the similarity to self-adjoint operators. Using functional calculus, closed formulas for the similarity transformation and the similar self-adjoint operator are derived in particular cases.
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