An Invitation to Unbounded Representations of ∗-Algebras on Hilbert Space
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The book covers both the general theory of unbounded representation theory on Hilbert space as well as representations of important special classes of ∗-algebra, such as the Weyl algebra and enveloping algebras associated to unitary representations of Lie groups. A broad scope of topics are treated in book form for the first time, including group graded ∗-algebras, the transition probability of states, Archimedean quadratic modules, noncommutative Positivstellensätze, induced representations, well-behaved representations and representations on rigged modules.
Making advanced material accessible to graduate students, this book will appeal to students and researchers interested in advanced functional analysis and mathematical physics, and with many exercises it can be used for courses on the representation theory of Lie groups and its application to quantum physics. A rich selection of material and bibliographic notes also make it a valuable reference.
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X*=F(X*X).- 12 Induced ∗-Representations.- 13 Well-behaved ∗-Representations.- 14 Representations on Rigged Spaces and Hilbert C*-modules. A Unbounded Operators on Hilbert Space.- B C*-Algebras and Representations.- C Locally Convex Spaces and Separation of Convex Sets.- References.- Symbol Index.- Subject Index.
Contains an extensive study of representations of the Weyl algebra and the commutation relation of quantum mechanics
Treats many topics in unbounded representation theory in book form for the first time
"It is very well written, the style is pleasant and attractive, and the information can be used by beginners and by specialists as well. All chapters are accompanied by exercises and pertinent historical comments. ... all researchers interested in representation theory may regard this work not only as a reference book but also as a source of inspiration for further development." (Florian-Horia Vasilescu, zbMATH 1458.47002, 2021)