By Nadia Boudi, Martin Mathieu (auth.), Raúl E. Curto, Martin Mathieu (eds.)
This quantity comprises solicited articles through audio system on the workshop starting from expository surveys to unique learn papers, each one of which rigorously refereed. all of them undergo witness to the very wealthy arithmetic that's attached with the research of common operators, may perhaps or not it's multivariable spectral thought, the invariant subspace challenge or tensor items of C*-algebras.
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2. Let ψ and θ be completely positive maps on a unital C ∗ -algebra A and let h, k ∈ A+ be such that h2 + k 2 ≤ 1. n. n. then φ := hψh + kθk is also in E1 (A) . k t θkt are in E1 (A) Proof. Let t ∈ (0, 1). For each x ∈ A we may write φ(x) = h1−t k 1−t ht ψ(x)ht 0 0 k θ(x)kt t h1−t k 1−t . If ψk and θk are nets of maps in E1 (A) converging pointwise to ht ψht and k t θkt , respectively, then the elementary operators φk := h1−t ψk h1−t + k1−t θk k 1−t converge pointwise to φ. Further, φk cb ≤ h2(1−t) + k2(1−t) , so now it suﬃces to observe that lim supt→0 h2(1−t) + k 2(1−t) ≤ 1.