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Jose I. Liberati – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • On Modules over Matrix Quantum Pseudo-Differential Operators
    Letters in Mathematical Physics, 2002
    Co-Authors: Carina Boyallian, Jose I. Liberati

    Abstract:

    We classify all the quasifinite highest-weight modules over the central extension of the Lie Algebra of Matrix quantum pseudo-differential operators, and obtain them in terms of representation theory of the Lie Algebra $$\widehat{{\text{gl}}}$$ (∞, R _ m ) of infinite matrices with only finitely many nonzero diagonals over the Algebra R _ m = $$\mathbb{C}$$ [ t ]/( t ^ m +1). We also classify the unitary ones.

  • Classical Lie subAlgebras of the Lie Algebra of Matrix differential operators on the circle
    Journal of Mathematical Physics, 2001
    Co-Authors: Carina Boyallian, Jose I. Liberati

    Abstract:

    We give a complete description of the anti-involutions of the Algebra DN of N×N-Matrix differential operators on the circle, preserving the principal Z gradation. We obtain, up to conjugation, two families σ±,m with 1⩽m⩽N, getting two families D±,mN of simple Lie subAlgebras fixed by −σ±,m. We also give a geometric realization of σ±,m, concluding that D+,mN is a subAlgebra of DN of type o(m,n) and D−,mN is a subAlgebra of DN of type osp(m,n) (ortho-symplectic). Finally, we study the conformal Algebras associated with D+,mN and D−,mN.

  • quasifinite highest weight modules over the lie Algebra of Matrix differential operators on the circle
    Journal of Mathematical Physics, 1998
    Co-Authors: Carina Boyallian, Jose I. Liberati

    Abstract:

    We classify positive energy representations with finite degeneracies of the Lie AlgebraW1+∞ and construct them in terms of representation theory of the Lie Algebra\(\hat gl(\infty ,R_m )\) of infinites matrices with finite number of non-zero diagonals over the AlgebraR m =ℂ[t]/(tm+1). The unitary ones are classified as well. Similar results are obtained for the sin-Algebras.

Carina Boyallian – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Lie subAlgebras of the Matrix quantum pseudo differential operators
    arXiv: Mathematical Physics, 2016
    Co-Authors: Karina Batistelli, Carina Boyallian

    Abstract:

    We give a complete description of the anti-involutions that preserve the principal gradation of the Algebra of Matrix quantum pseudodifferential operators and we describe the Lie subAlgebras of its minus fixed points.

  • Lie SubAlgebras of the Matrix Quantum Pseudodifferential Operators
    Advances in Mathematical Physics, 2016
    Co-Authors: Karina Batistelli, Carina Boyallian

    Abstract:

    We give a complete description of the anti-involutions that preserve the principal gradation of the Algebra of Matrix quantum pseudodifferential operators and we describe the Lie subAlgebras of their minus fixed points.

  • Quasi-finite highest weight modules over WN∞
    Journal of Physics A, 2011
    Co-Authors: Carina Boyallian, Vanesa Meinardi

    Abstract:

    In this paper, we classify the irreducible quasi-finite highest weight modules of the Lie subAlgebras WN∞, p of the Lie Algebra of Matrix differential operators on the circle. We also realize the WN∞-modules in terms of the representation theory of the complex Lie Algebra gl[m]∞ of infinite matrices with a finite number of nonzero diagonals with entries in the Algebra of truncated polynomials.

Vladimir Manuilov – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • on the c Algebra of Matrix finite bounded operators
    Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 2019
    Co-Authors: Vladimir Manuilov

    Abstract:

    Abstract Let H be a separable Hilbert space with a fixed orthonormal basis. Let B ( k ) ( H ) denote the set of operators, whose matrices have no more than k non-zero entries in each line and in each column. The closure of the union (over k ∈ N ) of B ( k ) ( H ) is a C ⁎ –Algebra. We study some properties of this C ⁎ –Algebra. We show that this C ⁎ –Algebra is not an A W ⁎ –Algebra, its group of invertibles is contractible. and it gives rise to an example of a C ⁎ –Algebra with a dense ⁎-subAlgebra and a maximal closed ideal with zero intersection.

  • On the C⁎-Algebra of Matrix-finite bounded operators
    Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 2019
    Co-Authors: Vladimir Manuilov

    Abstract:

    Abstract Let H be a separable Hilbert space with a fixed orthonormal basis. Let B ( k ) ( H ) denote the set of operators, whose matrices have no more than k non-zero entries in each line and in each column. The closure of the union (over k ∈ N ) of B ( k ) ( H ) is a C ⁎ –Algebra. We study some properties of this C ⁎ –Algebra. We show that this C ⁎ –Algebra is not an A W ⁎ –Algebra, its group of invertibles is contractible. and it gives rise to an example of a C ⁎ –Algebra with a dense ⁎-subAlgebra and a maximal closed ideal with zero intersection.

  • on the c Algebra of Matrix finite bounded operators
    arXiv: Operator Algebras, 2018
    Co-Authors: Vladimir Manuilov

    Abstract:

    Let $H$ be a separable Hilbert space with a fixed orthonormal basis. Let $\mathbb B^{(k)}(H)$ denote the set of operators, whose matrices have no more than $k$ non-zero entries in each line and in each column. The closure of the union (over $k\in\mathbb N$) of $\mathbb B^{(k)}(H)$ is a C*-Algebra. We study some properties of this C*-Algebra. We show that this C*-Algebra is not an AW*-Algebra, has a proper closed ideal greater than compact operators, and its group of invertibles is contractible.