By Sheldon Axler, Peter Rosenthal, Donald Sarason
The e-book is a commemorative quantity honoring the mathematician Paul R. Halmos (1916-2006), who contributed passionately to arithmetic in manifold methods, between them by means of uncomplicated study, through unprecedented mathematical exposition, by means of unselfish carrier to the mathematical group, and, no longer least, via the muse others present in his commitment to that community.Halmos made basic contributions in different components of arithmetic. This quantity emphasises Halmos's contributions to operator thought, his venue for many of his mathematical lifestyles. The middle of the quantity is a sequence of expository articles via favourite operator theorists offering an summary of ways operator idea prospered in the course of the Halmos period, in no small degree because of Halmos's management and penetrating insights.
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21 (1974), 155–158. (1975-1) What to publish. Amer. Math. Monthly 82 (1975), 14–17. (1976-1) Products of involutions. Linear Algebra and Appl. H. Gustafson and H. Radjavi). (1976-2) American mathematics from 1940 to the day before yesterday. Amer. Math. H. H. H. H. P. Ziemer). (1976-3) Some unsolved problems of unknown depth about operators on Hilbert space. Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh Sect. A 76 (1976/77), 67–76. (1977-1) Logic from A to G. Math. Mag. 50 (1977), 5–11. (1977-2) The work of Frigyes Riesz (Hungarian).
It is, to be sure, possible that an intelligent and otherwise educated person doesn’t know that egyptology exists, or haematology, but all you have to tell him is that it does, and he will immediately understand in a rough general way why it should and he will have some empathy with the scholar of the subject who ﬁnds it interesting. Usually when a mathematician lectures, he is a missionary. Whether he is talking over a cup of coﬀee with a collaborator, lecturing to a graduate class of specialists, teaching a reluctant group of freshman engineers, or addressing a general audience of laymen—he is still preaching and seeking to make converts.
It merely serves notice that a mathematician with an eminently successful personal style has described his technique of writing, and that whoever pays heed will proﬁt. ∗ Enseignement Math. (2) 16 1970 123–152 c American Mathematical Society 1972, 2009. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications, Vol. 207, 33–40 c 2010 Springer Basel AG Publications of Paul R. Halmos The publications are listed chronologically, articles and books separately. Not listed are translations of Paul’s articles and books, of which there have been many (in French, German, Bulgarian, Russian, Czech, Polish, Finnish, Catalan).
A Glimpse at Hilbert Space Operators: Paul R. Halmos in Memoriam by Sheldon Axler, Peter Rosenthal, Donald Sarason