Dilations of linear maps on vector spaces

  title={Dilations of linear maps on vector spaces},
  author={K. Mahesh Krishna and P. S. Johnson},
  journal={Operators and Matrices},
We continue the study dilation of linear maps on vector spaces introduced by Bhat, De, and Rakshit. This notion is a variant of vector space dilation introduced by Han, Larson, Liu, and Liu. We derive vector space versions of Wold decomposition, Halmos dilation, N-dilation, inter-twining lifting theorem and a variant of Ando dilation. It is noted further that unlike a kind of uniqueness of Halmos dilation of strict contractions on Hilbert spaces, vector space version of Halmos dilation can not… 

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