Dynamics, Operator Theory, and Infinite Holomorphy
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Linear dynamicsDynamical systemsLinear chaosHypercyclicityEditorial
Peris, A.; et al. Dynamics, Operator Theory, and Infinite Holomorphy. Abstract and Applied Analysis, 2014: 690542 (2014). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/34916]
The works on linear dynamics in the last two decades show that many, even quite natural, linear dynamical systems exhibit wild behaviour. Linear chaos and hypercyclicity have been at the crossroads of several areas of mathematics. More recently, fascinating new connections have started to be explored: operators on spaces of analytic functions, semigroups and applications to partial differential equations, complex dynamics, and ergodic theory. Related aspects of functional analysis are the study of linear operators on Banach spaces by using geometric, topological, and algebraic techniques, the works on the geometry of Banach spaces and Banach algebras, and the study of the geometry of a Banach space via the behaviour of some of its operators. In recent years some aspects of the theory of infinite-dimensional complex analysis have attracted the attention of several researchers. One is in the general field of Banach and Fréchet algebras and Banach spaces of polynomial and holomorphic functions. Another is in a deep connection with the theory of one and several complex variables as Dirichlet series in one variable, Bohr radii in several variables, Bohnenblust-Hille constants, Sidon constants, domains of convergence, and so forth. This special issue shows some new advances in the topics shortly described above.