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Mat. Sb., 1994, Volume 185, Number 10, Pages 91–144 (Mi msb934)  

This article is cited in 6 scientific papers (total in 6 papers)

The spectral shift function, the characteristic function of a contraction, and a generalized integral

A. V. Rybkin

Abstract: Let $T$ be a contraction that is a trace class perturbation of a unitary operator $V$, and let $\{\lambda_k\}$ be the discrete spectrum of $T$. For a sufficiently large class of functions $\Phi$ the trace formula
$$ \operatorname{tr}\{\Phi(T)-\Phi (V)\}=\sum_k\{\Phi(\lambda_k)-\Phi(\lambda_k/|\lambda_k|)\}+(B)\int_0^{2\pi}\Phi'(e^{i\varphi}) d\Omega(\varphi), $$
holds. This formula is a direct analogue of the well-known M. G. Krein trace formula for unitary operators. It is natural to call the function $\Omega$ the spectral shift distribution. Generally speaking, it is not of bounded variation; however, the integral in the trace formula exists in the wider $B$-sense. In the present paper an explicit representation is obtained for $\Omega$ in terms of the characteristic function $\Theta(\lambda)$ of the contraction $T$, and also a relation between a certain derivative $\Omega'$ and the scattering matrix $S(\varphi)$ of the pair $(T,V)$:
$$ \det S(\varphi)=\exp\{-2\pi i\overline{\Omega'(\varphi)} \} \quad \textrm{a.e. with respect to Lebesgue measure} $$
is established. A necessary and sufficient condition that $\Omega$ have bounded variation is obtained. In particular, the necessary and sufficient condition requires that the singular spectrum of the contraction $T$ be empty. The main results are complete.

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Russian Academy of Sciences. Sbornik. Mathematics, 1995, 83:1, 237–281

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UDC: 517
MSC: Primary 47A45, 47A60; Secondary 47A40
Received: 03.09.1993

Citation: A. V. Rybkin, “The spectral shift function, the characteristic function of a contraction, and a generalized integral”, Mat. Sb., 185:10 (1994), 91–144; Russian Acad. Sci. Sb. Math., 83:1 (1995), 237–281

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