- Publications
- Influence

Claim Your Author Page

Ensure your research is discoverable on Semantic Scholar. Claiming your author page allows you to personalize the information displayed and manage publications.

It is shown that the kernel of the Fock representation of a certain Wick algebra with braided operator of coefficients T, || T ||<= 1, coincides with the largest quadratic Wick ideal. Improved… (More)

The structure and electronic properties of antimony on the Mo(110) surface are investigated over a wide range of coverages. In the submonolayer range, p(2×1), p(1×1), (1×3), and (1×2) adsorbate… (More)

The universal enveloping C∗-algebra Aμ of twisted canonical commutation relations is considered. It is shown that for any μ ∈ (−1, 1) the C∗-algebra Aμ is isomorphic to the C ∗-algebra A0 generated… (More)

We consider an abstract Wick ordering as a family of relations on elements ae and define *-algebras by these relations. The relations are given by a fixed operator \( T:\mathfrak{h} \oplus… (More)

We consider families of operators satisfying a general class of relations, whose solutions can be described in terms of orbits of some dynamical system acting on the spectrum of a commuting… (More)

We consider the C*-algebras O_2^q and A_2^q generated, respectively, by isometries s_1, s_2 satisfying the relation s_1^* s_2 = q s_2 s_1^* with |q| < 1 (the deformed Cuntz relation), and by… (More)

- OFCOEFFICIENTSPalle, E. T. J rgensen, Daniil P. Proskurin
- 2000

It is shown that the kernel of the Fock representation of a certain Wick algebra with braided operator of coeecients T , jjT jj 1, coincides with the largest quadratic Wick ideal. Improved conditions… (More)

AbstractThe universal enveloping C*-algebra Aμ of twisted canonical commutation relations is considered. It is shown that, for any με(−1,1), the C*-algebra Aμ is isomorphic to the C*-algebra A0… (More)

We discuss the construction of the twisted product of the interacting Fock spaces.

Abstract Surface structure, work function changes and plasma losses have been studied for barium films on a Mo(110) surface. At 77 K in the (0.5–0.7)×10 14 cm −2 coverage range, Ba is in a… (More)