### The remarkable Hilbert space H^2 (Part II – multivariable operator theory and model theory)

This post is the second post in the series of posts on the d–shift space, a.k.a. the Drury–Arveson space, a.k.a. (see this previous post about the space ).

This post is the second post in the series of posts on the d–shift space, a.k.a. the Drury–Arveson space, a.k.a. (see this previous post about the space ).

This series of posts is based on the colloquium talk that I was supposed to give on November 20, at our department. As fate had it, that week studies were cancelled.

Several people in our department thought that it would be a nice idea if alongside the usual colloquium talks given by invited speakers which highlight their recent achievements, we would also have some talks by department members that will be more of an exposition to the fields they work in. So my talk was supposed to be an exposition to the setting in which much of the research I do goes on.

The topic of the “talk” is the Hilbert space . There will be three parts to this series:

- Definition and interpolation theory.
- Multivariate operator theory and model theory
- Current research problems