Multipliers and operator space structure of weak product spaces

@article{Clouatre2019MultipliersAO,
  title={Multipliers and operator space structure of weak product spaces},
  author={Raphael Clouatre and Michael Hartz},
  journal={Analysis \& PDE},
  year={2019}
}
In the theory of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, weak product spaces generalize the notion of the Hardy space $H^1$. For complete Nevanlinna-Pick spaces $\mathcal H$, we characterize all multipliers of the weak product space $\mathcal H \odot \mathcal H$. In particular, we show that if $\mathcal H$ has the so-called column-row property, then the multipliers of $\mathcal H$ and of $\mathcal H \odot \mathcal H$ coincide. This result applies in particular to the classical Dirichlet space and to… 

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