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Growth properties of semigroups generated by fractional powers of certain linear operators

Alberto Guzman

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**1973**
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**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Alberto Guzman, Jr. |

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LC Classifications | Microfilm 50904 (Q) |

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Format | Microform |

Pagination | iii, 30 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 30 |

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Open Library | OL1826475M |

LC Control Number | 89893439 |

nonlinear semigroup, c.f. Barbu [16] or Miyadera [22], But our semigroups do not seem to consist in the nonlinear semigroups, although the generators of non-linear semigroups are generally multivalued operators. Because, as was notic-ed above, the semigroup e~tΛ generated by a multivalued linear operator A defines only the usual C 0. Download Citation | Fractional powers of the noncommutative Fourier's law by the S -spectrum approach | Let eℓ, for ℓ = 1,2,3, be orthogonal unit vectors in and let be a bounded open set with.

ON THE PRODUCT OF CLASS A SEMIGROUPS OF LINEAR OPERATORS NAZAR HUSSEIN ABDELAZIZ Abstract. The present paper extends a result of Trotter concerning the product of c0 semigroups. We show that the product of two commuting semigroups of class A is again a semigroup of class A and that its generator is the sum (or its closure) of theCited by: 2. Guliyev V.S., Shukurov P.S. () On the Boundedness of the Fractional Maximal Operator, Riesz Potential and Their Commutators in Generalized Morrey Spaces. In: Almeida A., Castro L., Speck FO. (eds) Advances in Harmonic Analysis and Operator by:

8 Semigroups of linear operators - Strongly continuous semigroups properties 4. Next: Linear Operators Up: Operators Previous: Operators and Quantum Mechanics Contents Basic Properties of Operators Most of the properties of operators are obvious, but they are summarized below for completeness. The n-th power of an operator is defined as .

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JOURNAL OF FUNCTIONAL ANALY () Growth Properties of Semigroups Generated by Fractional Powers of Certain Linear Operators ALBERTO GUZMAN Department of Mathematics, The City College of the City University of New York, New York, New York Communicated by A.

Calderon Received Ap Certain semigroups are generated by powers y, for closed operators Cited by: 8. REFERENCES 1. BEALS, On the abstract Cauchy problem, J. Functional Analysis 10 (), 2.

GL'ZMAN, Growth properties of semigroups generated by fractional powers of certain linear operators, J. Functional Analysis 23 (), Cited by: 3.

Growth properties of semigroups generated by fractional powers of certain linear operators. By Alberto Guzman. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Publisher: Elsevier BV. Year: DOI identifier: /(76) OAI identifier: Provided by: MUCC. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved.

ALBERTO GUZMAN In this paper, our semigroups satisfy certain growth conditions uniformly throughout their domains. Correspondingly, the operators A, whose fractional powers contain the semigroup generators, are of a type described by Beals [1, 2].Cited by: 2.

[21] K. Yosida, On the differentiabilityof semi-groups of linear operators, Proc. Japan Acad. 34 (), [22] K. Yosida, Fractional powers of infinitesimal generators and the analyticity of the semi-groups generated by them, Proc.

Japan Acad. 36 (), Cited by: linear operators, fetA;t2Rg. The representation of the solution u(t) as (1) u(t) = T(t)x; t 0; allows the derivation of some properties of the solution from the properties of the family fT(t);t 0g. This idea extends easily to the case in which Xis a general Banach space and Ais a bounded linear operator File Size: KB.

We obtain uniqueness of additive families {A t} t>0 of fractional powers of a multi-valued sectorial linear operator A ≡ A 1 in a Banach space, satisfying a certain kind of continuity with respect to the exponent and a spectral property, from uniqueness of the solutions of the second-order incomplete Cauchy problem associated with show the close relationship between the multiplicativity Author: Javier Pastor.

The first chapters are concerned with the construction of a basic theory of fractional powers and study the classic questions in that respect. A new and distinct feature is that the approach adopted has allowed the extension of this theory to locally convex spaces, thereby including certain differential operators, which appear naturally in Book Edition: 1.

Semigroups of Operators In this Lecture we gather a few notions on one-parameter semigroups of linear operators, con ning to the essential tools that are needed in the sequel.

As usual, X is a real or complex Banach space, with norm kk. In this lecture Gaussian measures play no role. Strongly continuous semigroups De nition Fractional order semilinear Volterra integrodifferential equations in Banach spaces Li, Kexue, Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis, Fractional powers and interpolation theory for multivalued linear operators and applications to degenerate differential equations Favaron, Alberto and Favini, Angelo, Tsukuba Journal of Mathematics, We say that A has fractional powers {A t }t≥0 if there exists a nondegenerate C-regularized semigroup {W(t)}t≥0 such that A=C −1 W(1); then A t ≡C −1 W(t).

We show that this generalizes the usual definition of fractional powers for nonnegative operators, and enables many operators with spectrum containing the entire unit disc to have fractional powers. Our definition Cited by: 3. Growth properties of semigroups generated by fractional powers of certain linear operators.

Certain semigroups are generated by powers −(−A)a, for closed operators. Complex powers of operators. the negative of the fractional power (−A)b is the c.i.g. of an analytic semigroup of growth order r> 0.

F ractional pow ers and semigroups generated b y them. CONTINUITY PROPERTIES OF FRACTIONAL POWERS In this section we consider fractional powers of closed linear operators [1, 5, 9] as functions of their bases and establish their continuity with respect to the topologies d', d^', and d^.

It turns out that the results can be improved for operators which have a bounded by: 6. A. Guzman, Growth properties of semigroups generated by fractional powers of certain linear operators, J. Funct. Anal. 23 no. 4 (), Cited by: 4. The proofs of several properties of the fractional powers of quaternionic operators rely on the -resolvent equation.

This equation, which is very important and of independent interest, has already been introduced in the case of bounded quaternionic operators, but for the case of unbounded operators some additional considerations have to be taken into by: 12 Fractional Powers of some Differential Operators Imaginary Powers of Differential Polynomials in W (En) Imaginary Powers of Derivative Operators Imaginary Powers of the Negative of the Laplacian.

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tative semigroup is a semilattice of archimedean semigroups, see [5, Theorem ]. If S is a semigroup which can be decomposed into a disjoint union of sub-semigroups, then it is natural to ask how the properties of S depend on these subsemigroups.

For example, if the subsemigroups are ﬁnitely generated, then so is S. Arajo et al. [3.American Mathematical Society Charles Street Providence, Rhode Island or AMS, American Mathematical Society, the tri-colored AMS logo, and Advancing research, Creating connections, are trademarks and services marks of the American Mathematical Society and registered in the U.S.

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