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Title: Function and Operator Theory on Large Bergman spaces
Author: Arroussi, Hicham
Director/Tutor: Pau, Jordi
Ortega Cerdà, Joaquim
Keywords: Funcions analítiques
Funcions holomorfes
Operadors de Toeplitz
Equacions funcionals
Nuclis de Bergman
Analytic functions
Holomorphic functions
Toeplitz operators
Functional equations
Bergman kernel functions
Issue Date: 6-May-2016
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: [eng] The theory of Bergman spaces has been a central subject of study in complex analysis during the past decades. The book [7] by S. Bergman contains the first systematic treat-ment of the Hilbert space of square integrable analytic functions with respect to Lebesgue area measure on a domain. His approach was based on a reproducing kernel that became known as the Bergman kernel function. When attention was later directed to the spaces AP over the unit disk, it was natural to call them Bergman spaces. As counterparts of Hardy spaces, they presented analogous problems. However, although many problems in Hardy spaces were well understood by the 1970s, their counterparts for Bergman spaces were generally viewed as intractable, and only some isolated progress was done. The 1980s saw the emerging of operator theoretic studies related to Bergman spaces with important contributions by several authors. Their achievements on Bergman spaces with standard weights are presented in Zhu's book [77]. The main breakthroughs came in the 1990s, where in a flurry of important advances, problems previously considered intractable began to be solved. First came Hedenmalm's construction of canonical divisors [26], then Seip's description [59] of sampling and interpolating sequences on Bergman spaces, and later on, the study of Aleman, Richter and Sundberg [1] on the invariant subspaces of A2, among others. This attracted other workers to the field and inspired a period of intense research on Bergman spaces and related topics. Nowadays there are rich theories on Bergman spaces that can be found on the textbooks [27] and [22]. Meanwhile, also in the nineties, some isolated problems on Bergman spaces with ex-ponential type weights began to be studied. These spaces are large in the sense that they contain all the Bergman spaces with standard weights, and their study presented new dif-ficulties, as the techniques and ideas that led to success when working on the analogous problems for standard Bergman spaces, failed to work on that context. It is the main goal of this work to do a deep study of the function theoretic properties of such spaces, as well as of some operators acting on them. It turns out that large Bergman spaces are close in spirit to Fock spaces [79], and many times mixing classical techniques from both Bergman and Fock spaces in an appropriate way, can led to some success when studying large Bergman spaces.
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