The Taylor spectrum and transversality for a Heisenberg algebra of operators

Dosi, A. A.
A problem on noncommutative holomorphic functional calculus is considered for a Banach module over a finite-dimensional nilpotent Lie algebra. As the main result, the transversality property of algebras of noncommutative holomorphic functions with respect to the Taylor spectrum is established for a family of bounded linear operators generating a Heisenberg algebra.


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Let C(X, I) denote the semigroup of continuous functions from the topological space X to I = [0, 1], equipped with the pointwise multiplication. The paper studies semigroup homomorphisms C(Y, I) -> C(X, I), with emphasis on isomorphisms. The crucial observation is that, in this setting, homomorphisms preserve order, so isomorphisms preserve order in both directions and they are automatically lattice isomorphisms. Applications to uniformly continuous and Lipschitz functions on metric spaces are given. Sample...
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A. A. Dosi, “The Taylor spectrum and transversality for a Heisenberg algebra of operators,” SBORNIK MATHEMATICS, pp. 355–375, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: