By editors Fritz Herlach, Noboru Miura.
Quantity 1: Magnet know-how and Experimental suggestions: creation with Survey of Magnet Laboratories (F Herlach & N Miura); everlasting Magnets (J M D Coey & T R Ni Mhiochain); Superconducting Magnets (H Jones); huge and Cryogen-Free Superconducting Magnets (K Watanabe); regular country Resistive and Hybrid Magnets (H J Schneider-Muntau & Y Nakagawa); managed Waveform Magnets (L J Campbell & J B Schillig); Nondestructive Compact Pulsed Magnets (F Herlach & N Miura); new release of Megagauss Fields (N Miura & F Herlach); Measurements in Pulsed excessive Magnetic Fields (N Miura, G Kido & F Herlach)
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There is always this annoying term appearing: / 0 TsDsf dxs- Let us remove it. Let [Tt)t>o be an adapted process of operators on $. )Ptf = TtPtf- f Jo TsDJdXs For the moment I don't care about domain problems (you can easily work out the correct conditions on the exponential domain); for the use we will make from this V, there won't by any problem. ). 4. ) is the only solution to the equation Xt = Tt- [ Xsda°s, Jo teR+. 34 Stephanie Attal Proof. ),t e K + . +. f dXs = / n i > , / d x . 2) for saying that XsDJdXs Yt = - f Xsda°s.
Proof. The adjoint process (27)t>o is given by Tt* = f H? dal + f H;* da+t + f Ht* da; + f H** da*. Jo Jo Jo Jo It is straightforward to check that it belongs to S. H+ Jo + K ^ + K°sHt] da+ + f\ssHr + K;TS + K;H°S]da; + f [ssH* + K*TS + K;H+] da*. \\ and t >-> \\Hf\\, it is easy to check that the coefficients in the representation of (StTt)t>0 are bounded 26 Stephane Attal operators that satisfy the norm conditions for being in S. For example, the coefficients of da* satisfy I. ll £ \\H- II ds s London Math. Soc. (3) 75 (1997) no. 3, 671-720. fr UMR Quantum Probability Communications, Vol. XI (pp. 39-54) © 2003 World Scientific Publishing Company Q U A N T U M ITO A L G E B R A S : AXIOMS, R E P R E S E N T A T I O N S , D E C O M P O S I T I O N S VIACHESLAV BELAVKIN ABSTRACT. A simple axiomatic characterisation of the general (infinite dimen sional, noncommutative) Ito algebra is given and a fundamental pseudo-Euclidean representation for such an algebra is described. The notion of Ito B*-algebra is defined, generalising C*-algebras to include the infinite dimensional Ito algebras of quantum Brownian and quantum Levy motion; the B*-algebras of vacuum and thermal quantum noise are characterised.
London Math. Soc. (3) 75 (1997) no. 3, 671-720. fr UMR Quantum Probability Communications, Vol. XI (pp. 39-54) © 2003 World Scientific Publishing Company Q U A N T U M ITO A L G E B R A S : AXIOMS, R E P R E S E N T A T I O N S , D E C O M P O S I T I O N S VIACHESLAV BELAVKIN ABSTRACT. A simple axiomatic characterisation of the general (infinite dimen sional, noncommutative) Ito algebra is given and a fundamental pseudo-Euclidean representation for such an algebra is described. The notion of Ito B*-algebra is defined, generalising C*-algebras to include the infinite dimensional Ito algebras of quantum Brownian and quantum Levy motion; the B*-algebras of vacuum and thermal quantum noise are characterised.