Operator Theory: Advances and Applications

Book Series
There are 265 volumes in this series
Published 1979 - 2019

About this series

Founded in 1979 by Israel Gohberg

Series Editors:

Joseph A. Ball (Blacksburg, VA, USA)

Albrecht Böttcher (Chemnitz, Germany)

Harry Dym (Rehovot, Israel)

Heinz Langer (Wien, Austria)

Christiane Tretter (Bern, Switzerland)


Associate Editors:

Vadim Adamyan (Odessa, Ukraine)

Wolfgang Arendt (Ulm, Germany)

B. Malcolm Brown (Cardiff, UK)

Raul Curto (Iowa, IA, USA)

Kenneth R. Davidson (Waterloo, ON, Canada)

Fritz Gesztesy (Waco, TX, USA)

Pavel Kurasov (Stockholm, Sweden)

Vern Paulsen (Houston, TX, USA)

Mihai Putinar (Santa Barbara, CA, USA)

Ilya Spitkovsky (Abu Dhabi, UAE) 


Honorary and Advisory Editorial Board:

Lewis A. Coburn (Buffalo, NY, USA)

Ciprian Foias (College Station, TX, USA)

J.William Helton (San Diego, CA, USA)

Marinus A. Kaashoek (Amsterdam, NL)

Thomas Kailath (Stanford, CA, USA)

Peter Lancaster (Calgary, Canada)

Peter D. Lax (New York, NY, USA)

Bernd Silbermann (Chemnitz, Germany)

Harold Widom (Santa Cruz, CA, USA)


Subseries

Linear Operators and Linear Systems

Subseries editors:

Daniel Alpay (Orange, CA, USA)

Birgit Jacob (Wuppertal, Germany)

André C.M. Ran (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


Subseries

Advances in Partial Differential Equations

Subseries editors:

Bert-Wolfgang Schulze (Potsdam, Germany)

Michael Demuth (Clausthal, Germany)

Jerome A. Goldstein (Memphis, TN, USA)

Nobuyuki Tose (Yokohama, Japan)

Ingo Witt (Göttingen, Germany)

This series is devoted to the publication of current research in operator theory, with particular emphasis on applications to classical analysis and the theory of integral equations, as well as to numerical analysis, mathematical physics and mathematical methods in electrical engineering.