Spectral Averaging and the Krein Spectral Shift


We provide a new proof of a theorem of Birman and Solomyak that if A(s) = A0+ sB with B ≥ 0 trace class and dμs(·) = Tr(BEA(s)(·)B), then ∫ 1 0 [dμs(λ)] ds = ξ(λ)dλ where ξ is the Krein spectral shift from A(0) to A(1). Our main point is that this is a simple consequence of the formula: d ds Tr(f(A(s)) = Tr(Bf ′(A(s))). Let A and C = A+B be bounded self… (More)


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