Some Properties of K-Frames in Quaternionic Hilbert Spaces

  • Hanen EllouzEmail author
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  1. Spectral Theory and Operators in Mathematical Physics


In the present paper, we discuss some properties of K-frames in quaternionic Hilbert spaces such as the invertibility of the frame operator as well as the interchangeability of two Bessel sequences. Further, we propose several approaches to construct K-frames and we show that a T-frame can be constructed from a K-frame by the perturbation of a bounded linear operator T. Finally, we study the stability of K-frames under some perturbations.


Frames K-frames Bessel sequence Quaternionic Hilbert spaces 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsFaculty of Sciences of SfaxSfaxTunisia

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