Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 1994; 103 pp; MSC: Primary 47; 46. .Joel D. Pincus; Shaojie Zhou. This monograph explores the metric geometry of such currents for a pair of unitary operators and certain associated contraction operators.

Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 1994; 103 pp; MSC: Primary 47; 46; Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-0099-6 Product Code: MEMO/109/522. Principal currents were invented to provide a noncommutative spectral theory in which there is still significant localization. Applications to Toeplitz, singular integral, and differential operators are included.

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Principal currents for a pair of unitary operators. We investigate the intersection geometry of currents associated with a maximal dissipative operator or the compression of a partial isometry to its initial space. A trace formula for subnormal operator tuples.

Principal Currents for a Pair of Unitary Operators by Joel D. Pincus, Shaojie Zhou Paperback, 103 Pages, Published 1995 by American Mathematical Society ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-2609-6, ISBN. Pincus, Shaojie Zhou Paperback, 103 Pages, Published 1995 by American Mathematical Society ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-2609-6, ISBN: 0-8218-2609-3 "Principal currents were invented to provide a noncommutative spectral theory in which there is still significant localization. These currents are often integral and are associated with a vector field and an integer-valued weight which plays the role of a multi-operator index

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Pincus and Shaojie Zhou,Principal functions for a pair of unitary operators, Memoirs of the Amer. R. Carey and J. Pincus,Principal Current, Integral Equations and Operator Theory2 (1985), 614–640. 49. Pincus,Operator Theory and boundaries of complex curves, 1982 preprint.

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