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- Bernhelm Booss, Bavnbek, Matthias Lesch, John Phillips
- 2001

We study the gap (= " projection norm " = " graph norm ") topology of the space of (not necessarily bounded) self–adjoint Fredholm operators in a separable Hilbert space by the Cayley transform and direct methods. In particular, we show that the space is connected contrary to the bounded case. Moreover, we present a rigorous definition of spectral flow of a… (More)

- Bernhelm Booss, Bavnbek, Chaofeng Zhu
- 2004

We consider a continuous curve of self-adjoint Fred-holm extensions of a curve of closed symmetric operators with fixed minimal domain D m and fixed intermediate domain D W. Our main example is a family of symmetric generalized operators of Dirac type on a compact manifold with boundary with varying well-posed boundary conditions. Here D W is the first… (More)

- B Booss, Bavnbek, M Marcolli, B L Wang
- 2008

We give a simple proof of weak Unique Continuation Property for perturbed Dirac operators, using the Carleman inequality. We apply the result to a class of perturbations of the Seiberg–Witten monopole equations that arise in Floer theory.

- Bernhelm Booss, Bavnbek, Chaofeng Zhu
- 2005

We consider a continuous curve of linear elliptic formally self-adjoint differential operators of first order with smooth coefficients over a compact Riemannian manifold with boundary together with a continuous curve of global elliptic boundary value problems. We express the spectral flow of the resulting continuous family of (unbounded) self-adjoint… (More)

- David Bleecker, Bernhelm Booss, Bavnbek
- 2003

We review the concepts of the index of a Fredholm operator, the spectral flow of a curve of self-adjoint Fredholm operators, the Maslov index of a curve of Lagrangian subspaces in symplectic Hilbert space, and the eta invariant of operators of Dirac type on closed manifolds and manifolds with boundary. We emphasize various (occasionally overlooked) aspects… (More)

- B Booss, Bavnbek
- 1999

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