Extensions of the Noncommutative Integration

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In this paper we will continue the analysis undertaken in Bagarello et al. (Rend Circ Mat Palermo (2) 55:21–28, 2006), Bongiorno et al. (Rocky Mt J Math 40(6):1745–1777, 2010), Triolo (Rend Circ Mat Palermo (2) 60(3):409–416, 2011) on the general problem of extending the noncommutative integration in a *-algebra of measurable operators. As in Aiena et al. (Filomat 28(2):263–273, 2014), Bagarello (Stud Math 172(3):289–305, 2006) and Bagarello et al. (Rend Circ Mat Palermo (2) 55:21–28, 2006), the main problem is to represent different types of partial *-algebras into a *-algebra of measurable operators in Segal’s sense, provided that these partial *-algebras posses a sufficient family of positive linear functionals (states) (Fragoulopoulou et al., J Math Anal Appl 388(2):1180–1193, 2012; Trapani and Triolo, Stud Math 184(2):133–148, 2008; Trapani and Triolo, Rend Circolo Mat Palermo 59:295–302, 2010; La Russa and Triolo, J Oper Theory, 69:2, 2013; Triolo, J Pure Appl Math, 43(6):601–617, 2012). In this paper, a new condition is given in an attempt to provide a extension of the non commutative integration.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)1551-1564
Numero di pagine14
RivistaComplex Analysis and Operator Theory
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computational Mathematics
  • Computational Theory and Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics

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