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Weaving frames and bases for Banach spaces.

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Daniel Freeman, SLU

  • Analysis Seminar
When Thu, Nov 19, 2015
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Ritter Hall 229
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Given two frames or bases for a Banach space, we want to study when parts of one of the coordinate systems can be used to replace parts of the other.  A recent paper by Bemrose,  Casazza, Gröchenig, Lammers, and Lynch introduces this problem in the specific setting of Hilbert spaces.  We will present the basic concepts of weaving coordinate systems in the general Banach space setting, present some theorems, and give some counterexamples of where things can fail. 

This is joint work with Pete Casazza and Richard Lynch.  The talk will be accessible to graduate students.

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