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Motivated by the recent Green--Tao theorem on arithmetic progressions in the primes, we discuss some of the basic operator theoretic techniques used in its proof. In particular, we obtain a complete proof of Szemerédi's theorem for arithmetic progressions of length $3$ (Roth's theorem) and the Furstenberg--Sárközy theorem.
We study a transport equation in a network and control it in a single vertex. We describe all possible reachable states and prove a criterion of Kalman type for those vertices in which the problem is maximally controllable. The results are then applied to concrete networks to show the complexity of the problem.
We study Cauchy problems associated to partial differential equations with infinite delay where the history function is modified by an evolution family. Using sophisticated tools from semigroup theory such as evolution semigroups, extrapolation spaces, or the critical spectrum, we prove well-posedness and characterize the asymptotic behavior of the solution semigroup by an operator-valued characteristic equation.
We use semigroup techniques to describe the asymptotic behavior of contractive, periodic evolution families on Hilbert spaces. In particular, we show that such evolution families converge almost weakly to a Floquet representation with discrete spectrum.
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