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By A. Kuzhel

This paintings goals to offer a scientific presentation of equipment utilized in the spectral concept of non-selfadjoint, in most cases unbounded, operators. matters taken care of comprise the huge category of either selfadjoint and non-selfadjoint extensions of Hermitian operators; attribute services of a customary extension; the development of a few operator versions for various periods of non-selfadjoint operators; the building of the selfadjoint dilation of an arbitrary dissipative operator and J-unitary and J-selfadjoint dilations of linear operators; the summary Lax Phillips scheme in scattering thought for areas with indefinite metric (Pontryagin spaces); the relation among scattering matrix and the attribute functionality of J-nonexpansive operators; a constitution of J-nonexpansive operators; and contractions and their triangulation. viewers: This publication may be of curiosity to post-graduate scholars and researchers within the box of practical research.

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