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Comment on Course announcement: “Topics in Functional Analysis 106433 – Introduction to Operator Algebras” by Orr Shalit
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Tue, 08 Jun 2021 16:02:11 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=11741#comment-6184In reply to Moe.

Thank you Moe!

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Comment on Course announcement: “Topics in Functional Analysis 106433 – Introduction to Operator Algebras” by Moe
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Tue, 08 Jun 2021 14:57:42 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=11741#comment-6183Wow! thanks Orr for sharing this. Looking forward to reading your posts!
greetings from germany
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Comment on William Arveson by Orr Shalit
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Fri, 12 Feb 2021 14:59:29 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=299#comment-6151Reblogged this on Noncommutative Analysis and commented:

I came back to this old post, and noticed that it is almost ten years since Bill Arveson passed away. It’s hard to believe.

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Comment on The isomorphism problem: update by New paper: Distance between reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces and geometry of finite sets in the unit ball | Noncommutative Analysis
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Fri, 13 Nov 2020 06:01:28 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=3098#comment-6055[…] what information is encoded in a space or its multiplier algebra? (see the “road map” here). The underlying questions behind our new paper are when are two Hilbert function spaces […]
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Comment on Summer project 2020 – Hilbert function spaces of analytic functions in a complex variable by Three classification results in the theory of weighted hardy spaces in the ball – summary of summer project | Noncommutative Analysis
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Thu, 15 Oct 2020 06:45:55 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.com/?p=11609#comment-5894[…] month we had the “Research Projects Week” here at the Technion, and I promised in a previous post to update if there would be any interesting results (see that post for background on the problems). […]
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Comment on The remarkable Hilbert space H^2 (Part II – multivariable operator theory and model theory) by Summer project 2020 – Hilbert function spaces of analytic functions in a complex variable | Noncommutative Analysis
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Wed, 26 Aug 2020 11:38:23 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=1649#comment-5766[…] disc is replaced by the Drury-Arveson space on the unit ball in (see these two older posts: one, two), or where the Bergman space on the unit disc is replaced by the Bergman space on the unit […]
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Comment on The remarkable Hilbert space H^2 (Part I – definition and interpolation theory) by Summer project 2020 – Hilbert function spaces of analytic functions in a complex variable | Noncommutative Analysis
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Wed, 26 Aug 2020 11:38:21 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=1421#comment-5765[…] the disc is replaced by the Drury-Arveson space on the unit ball in (see these two older posts: one, two), or where the Bergman space on the unit disc is replaced by the Bergman space on the unit […]
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Comment on Advanced Analysis, Notes 16: Hilbert function spaces (basics) by Summer project 2020 – Hilbert function spaces of analytic functions in a complex variable | Noncommutative Analysis
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Mon, 24 Aug 2020 07:54:06 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.wordpress.com/?p=1963#comment-5755[…] in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces (aka Hilbert function spaces) – see this old post for a crash introduction to the subject. ) The theory of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces makes a connection between function theory, on […]
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Comment on My slides for the COSY talk and the seminar talk by My talk at Fields – video available | Noncommutative Analysis
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Sat, 25 Jul 2020 04:59:00 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.com/?p=11574#comment-5690[…] Michael Skeide I announced here) that I gave at COSY, is now available. The slides are available here. This is the first time I see (and hear!) a recording of myself giving a talk in English and, wow, […]
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Comment on CP-Semigroups and Dilations, Subproduct Systems and Superproduct Systems: the Multi-Parameter Case and Beyond by My talk at Fields – video available | Noncommutative Analysis
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Sat, 25 Jul 2020 04:58:57 +0000http://noncommutativeanalysis.com/?p=11444#comment-5689[…] Superproduct systems,: the Multiparameter Case and Beyond” (on my paper with Michael Skeide I announced here) that I gave at COSY, is now available. The slides are available here. This is the first time I see […]
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