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The paper investigates the variation of the spectrum of operators in infinite dimensional Banach spaces. In particular, it is shown that the spectrum function is Borel from the space of bounded operators on a separable Banach space; equipped with the strong operator topology, into the Polish space of compact subsets of the closed unit disc of the complex plane; equipped with the Hausdorff topology. Remarks and results are given when other topologies are used.

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We study the variation of the discrete spectrum of a bounded non-negative operator in a Krein space under a non-negative Schatten class perturbation of order $p$. It turns out that there exist so-called extended enumerations of discrete eigenvalues of the unperturbed and the perturbed operator, respectively, whose difference is an $\ell^p$-sequence. This result is a Krein space version of a theorem by T.Kato for bounded selfadjoint operators in Hilbert spaces.

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We study infinite order differential operators acting in the spaces of exponential type entire functions. We derive conditions under which such operators preserve the set of Laguerre entire functions which consists of the polynomials possessing real nonpositive zeros only and of their uniform limits on compact subsets of the complex plane. We obtain integral representations of some particular cases of these operators and apply these results to obtain explicit solutions to some Cauchy problems for diffusion equations with nonconstant drift term.

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We give a description of the essential spectrum of a large class of operators on metric measure spaces in terms of their localizations at infinity. These operators are analogues of the elliptic operators on Euclidean spaces and our main result concerns the ideal structure of the $C^*$-algebra generated by them.

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Specific global symbol classes and corresponding pseudodifferential operators of infinite order that act continuously on the space of tempered ultradistributions of Beurling and Roumieu type are constructed. For these classes, symbolic calculus is developed.

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It is known that many constructions arising in the classical Gaussian infinite dimensional analysis can be extended to the case of more general measures. One such extension can be obtained through biorthogonal systems of Appell polynomials and generalized functions. In this paper, we consider linear continuous operators from a nuclear Frechet space of test functions to itself in this more general setting. We construct an isometric integral transform (biorthogonal CS-transform) of those operators into the space of germs of holomorphic functions on a locally convex infinite dimensional nuclear space. Using such transform, we provide characterization theorems and give biorthogonal chaos expansion for operators.

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We consider an infinite dimensional separable Hilbert space and its family of compact integrable cocycles over a dynamical system f. Assuming that f acts in a compact Hausdorff space X and preserves a Borel regular ergodic measure which is positive on non-empty open sets, we conclude that there is a residual subset of cocycles within which, for almost every x, either the Oseledets-Ruelle's decomposition along the orbit of x is dominated or has a trivial spectrum.

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We study multiplication operators on the weighted Banach spaces of an infinite tree. We characterize the bounded and the compact operators, as well as determine the operator norm. In addition, we determine the spectrum of the bounded multiplication operators and characterize the isometries. Finally, we study the multiplication operators between the weighted Banach spaces and the Lipschitz space by characterizing the bounded and the compact operators, determine estimates on the operator norm, and show there are no isometries.

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We investigate the spectrum of the Volterra operator $V_g$ with symbol an entire function $g$, when it acts on weighted Banach spaces $H_v^{\infty}(\mathbb{C})$ of entire functions with sup-norms and when it acts on H\"ormander algebras $A_p$ or $A^0_p$.