Local spectral theory for normal operators in Krein spaces

Philipp, Friedrich; Strauss, Vladimir A.; Trunk, Carsten GND

Sign type spectra are an important tool in the investigation of spectral properties of selfadjoint operators in Krein spaces. It is our aim to show that also sign type spectra for normal operators in Krein spaces provide insight in the spectral nature of the operator: If the real part and the imaginary part of a normal operator in a Krein space have real spectra only and if the growth of the resolvent of the imaginary part (close to the real axis) is of finite order, then the normal operator possesses a local spectral function defined for Borel subsets of the spectrum which belong to positive (negative) type spectrum. Moreover, the restriction of the normal operator to the spectral subspace corresponding to such a Borel subset is a normal operator in some Hilbert space. In particular, if the spectrum consists entirely out of positive and negative type spectrum, then the operator is similar to a normal operator in some Hilbert space.

MSC 2000: 47B50 ; 47B15

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Philipp, Friedrich / Strauss, Vladimir A. / Trunk, Carsten: Local spectral theory for normal operators in Krein spaces. 2010.

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