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By Arthur Frazho, Wisuwat Bhosri

In this monograph, we mix operator options with nation area tips on how to remedy factorization, spectral estimation, and interpolation difficulties bobbing up on top of things and sign processing. We current either the speculation and algorithms with a few Matlab code to unravel those difficulties. A classical method of spectral factorization difficulties up to speed thought relies on Riccati equations coming up in linear quadratic keep watch over concept and Kalman ?ltering. One good thing about this procedure is that it comfortably ends up in algorithms within the non-degenerate case. however, this method doesn't simply generalize to the nonrational case, and it's not continuously obvious the place the Riccati equations are coming from. Operator thought has built a few stylish easy methods to end up the lifestyles of an answer to a few of those factorization and spectral estimation difficulties in a truly basic environment. besides the fact that, those concepts are usually no longer used to advance computational algorithms. during this monograph, we are going to use operator conception with country area ways to derive computational how to remedy factorization, sp- tral estimation, and interpolation difficulties. it truly is emphasised that our method is geometric and the algorithms are bought as a distinct software of the speculation. we are going to current equipment for spectral factorization. One approach derives al- rithms according to ?nite sections of a undeniable Toeplitz matrix. the opposite strategy makes use of operator idea to improve the Riccati factorization procedure. eventually, we use isometric extension thoughts to resolve a few interpolation problems.

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2 + (E) Let ΠE be the orthogonal projection from component of 2+ (E), that is, ΠE = I 0 0 ··· : onto E which picks out the first 2 + (E) → E. 3). If h is an element in 2 + (E), then the Fourier transform of h is given by the representation (FE+ h)(z) = ΠE (I − z −1 S ∗ )−1 h = zΠE (zI − S ∗ )−1 h (h ∈ 2 + (E)). 4) tr . Observe that hk = ΠE S ∗k h for all To see this, let h = h0 h1 h2 · · · −1 ∗ integers k ≥ 0. Using the fact that z S < 1, for each z in D+ , we have ΠE (I − z −1 S ∗ )−1 h = ΠE ∞ z −k S ∗k h = k=0 ∞ = ∞ z −k ΠE S ∗k h k=0 z −k hk = (FE+ h)(z).

Assume that T = PZ+ L|K+ where L is in I(U, Z). Then for g in K+ and h in Z+ , we have ∗ (Z+ T U+ g, h) = (PZ+ LU+ g, Z+ h) = (LU g, Zh) = (ZLg, Zh) = (PZ+ Lg, h) = (T g, h). ∗ Since this holds for all g in K+ and h in Z+ , we see that T = Z+ T U+ . In other words, T is a Toeplitz operator with respect to U+ and Z+ . ∗ On the other hand, assume that T = Z+ T U+ . For any integer n ≥ 0, let Kn and Zn be the subspaces defined by Kn = U ∗n K+ and Zn = Z ∗n Z+ . ∞ Observe that the subspaces {Kn }∞ 0 and {Zn }0 are increasing, that is, Kn ⊆ Kn+1 and Zn ⊆ Zn+1 .

In particular, this implies that TF = LF | 2+ (E). Because TF is an isometry, the operator LF | 2+ (E) from 2+ (E) into 2+ (Y) is also an isometry. 3, the function F must be rigid. Therefore F is a rigid function in H ∞ (E, Y). By definition F is inner. If F is a unitary constant mapping E onto Y, then F and F ∗ are both inner functions. Hence TF and TF ∗ = TF∗ are both isometries. In other words, TF is unitary. On the other hand, if TF is unitary, then TF is an isometry, and thus, F is an inner function.

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