Advances in Structured Operator Theory and Related Areas

The Leonid Lerer Anniversary Volume

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ISBN: 978-3-0348-0638-1 (Print) 978-3-0348-0639-8 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

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    Pages 1-7

    Leonia Lerer’s Mathematical Work and Amsterdam Visits

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    Pages 9-10

    Leonia Lerer and My First Visit to Israel

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    Pages 11-12

    Through the Eyes of a Student

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    Pages 13-13

    Reminiscences on Visits to Haifa

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    Pages 15-15

    My First Research Experience

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    Pages 17-39

    Interpolation in Sub-Bergman Spaces

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    Pages 41-78

    Zero Sums of Idempotents and Banach Algebras Failing to be Spectrally Regular

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    Pages 79-106

    Fast Inversion of Polynomial-Vandermonde Matrices for Polynomial Systems Related to Order One Quasiseparable Matrices

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    Pages 107-125

    Long Proofs of Two Carlson–Schneider Type Inertia Theorems

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    Pages 127-144

    On the Kernel and Cokernel of Some Toeplitz Operators

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    Pages 145-160

    Rational Matrix Solutions of a Bezout Type Equation on the Half-plane

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    Pages 161-187

    Inverting Structured Operators Related to Toeplitz Plus Hankel Operators

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    Pages 189-196

    On the Sign Characteristics of Selfadjoint Matrix Polynomials

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    Pages 197-219

    Quadratic Operators in Banach Spaces and Nonassociative Banach Algebras

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    Pages 221-239

    Strong Stability of Invariant Subspaces of Quaternion Matrices

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    Pages 241-246

    Determinantal Representations of Stable Polynomials