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Generalized Gaussian processes and relations with random matrices and positive definite functions on permutation groups
Marek Bozejko,Wojciech Bozejko
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The main purpose of this paper of the paper is an explicite construction of generalized Gaussian process with function $t_b(V)=b^{H(V)}$, where $H(V)=n-h(V)$, $h(V)$ is the number of singletons in a pair-partition $V \in \st{P}_2(2n)$. This gives another proof of Theorem of A. Buchholtz \cite{Buch} that $t_b$ is positive definite function on the set of all pair-partitions. Some new combinatorial formulas are also presented. Connections with free additive convolutions probability measure on $\mathbb{R}$ are also done. Also new positive definite functions on permutations are presented and also it is proved that the function $H$ is norm (on the group $S(\infty)=\bigcup S(n)$.
Generating functions of Cauchy-Stieltjes type for orthogonal polynomials
Marek Bozejko,Nizar Demni
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: We characterize by the use of free probability the family of measures for which the mulitiplicative renormalization method applies with $h(x) = (1-x)^_{-1}$. This provides a representation formula for their Voiculescu Transforms.
Meixner class of non-commutative generalized stochastic processes with freely independent values I. A characterization
Marek Bozejko,Eugene Lytvynov
Mathematics , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s00220-009-0837-x
Abstract: Let $T$ be an underlying space with a non-atomic measure $\sigma$ on it (e.g. $T=\mathbb R^d$ and $\sigma$ is the Lebesgue measure). We introduce and study a class of non-commutative generalized stochastic processes, indexed by points of $T$, with freely independent values. Such a process (field), $\omega=\omega(t)$, $t\in T$, is given a rigorous meaning through smearing out with test functions on $T$, with $\int_T \sigma(dt)f(t)\omega(t)$ being a (bounded) linear operator in a full Fock space. We define a set $\mathbf{CP}$ of all continuous polynomials of $\omega$, and then define a con-commutative $L^2$-space $L^2(\tau)$ by taking the closure of $\mathbf{CP}$ in the norm $\|P\|_{L^2(\tau)}:=\|P\Omega\|$, where $\Omega$ is the vacuum in the Fock space. Through procedure of orthogonalization of polynomials, we construct a unitary isomorphism between $L^2(\tau)$ and a (Fock-space-type) Hilbert space $\mathbb F=\mathbb R\oplus\bigoplus_{n=1}^\infty L^2(T^n,\gamma_n)$, with explicitly given measures $\gamma_n$. We identify the Meixner class as those processes for which the procedure of orthogonalization leaves the set $\mathbf {CP}$ invariant. (Note that, in the general case, the projection of a continuous monomial of oder $n$ onto the $n$-th chaos need not remain a continuous polynomial.) Each element of the Meixner class is characterized by two continuous functions $\lambda$ and $\eta\ge0$ on $T$, such that, in the $\mathbb F$ space, $\omega$ has representation $\omega(t)=\di_t^\dag+\lambda(t)\di_t^\dag\di_t+\di_t+\eta(t)\di_t^\dag\di^2_t$, where $\di_t^\dag$ and $\di_t$ are the usual creation and annihilation operators at point $t$.
A quadratic regression problem for two-state algebras with application to the Central Limit Theorem
Marek Bozejko,Wlodzimierz Bryc
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We extend a free version of the Laha-Lukacs theorem to probability spaces with two-states. We then use this result to generalize a noncommutative CLT of Kargin to the two-state setting.
On a class of free Levy laws related to a regression problem
Marek Bozejko,Wlodzimierz Bryc
Mathematics , 2004, DOI: 10.1016/j.jfa.2005.09.010
Abstract: The free Meixner laws arise as the distributions of orthogonal polynomials with constant-coefficient recursions. We show that these are the laws of the free pairs of random variables which have linear regressions and quadratic conditional variances when conditioned with respect to their sum. We apply this result to describe free Levy processes with quadratic conditional variances, and to prove a converse implication related to asymptotic freeness of random Wishart matrices.
Interpolations between Bosonic and Fermionic Relations given by Generalized Brownian Motions (revised version)
Marek Bozejko,Roland Speicher
Mathematics , 1994,
Abstract: We present an interpolation between the bosonic and fermionic relations. This interpolation is given by an object which we call `generalized Brownian motion' and which is characterized by a generalization of the pairing rule for the calculation of the moments of bosonic and fermionic fields. We develop some basic theory for such generalized Brownian motions and consider more closely one example, which turns out to be intimately connected with Voiculescu's concept of `free product'.
Completely Positive Maps on Coxeter Groups, Deformed Commutation Relations, and Operator Spaces
Marek Bozejko,Roland Speicher
Mathematics , 1994,
Abstract: In this article we prove that quasi-multiplicative (with respect to the usual length function) mappings on the permutation group $\SSn$ (or, more generally, on arbitrary amenable Coxeter groups), determined by self-adjoint contractions fulfilling the braid or Yang-Baxter relations, are completely positive. We point out the connection of this result with the construction of a Fock representation of the deformed commutation relations $d_id_j^*-\sum_{r,s} t_{js}^{ir} d_r^*d_s=\delta_{ij}\id$, where the matrix $t_{js}^{ir}$ is given by a self-adjoint contraction fulfilling the braid relation. Such deformed commutation relations give examples for operator spaces as considered by Effros, Ruan and Pisier. The corresponding von Neumann algebras, generated by $G_i=d_i+d_i^*$, are typically not injective.
On free infinite divisibility for classical Meixner distributions
Marek Bozejko,Takahiro Hasebe
Statistics , 2013,
Abstract: We prove that symmetric Meixner distributions, whose probability densities are proportional to $|\Gamma(t+ix)|^2$, are freely infinitely divisible for $0
$q$-Gaussian processes: non-commutative and classical aspects
Marek Bozejko,Burkhard Kummerer,Roland Speicher
Physics , 1996, DOI: 10.1007/s002200050084
Abstract: We examine, for $-1
An extended anyon Fock space and noncommutative Meixner-type orthogonal polynomials in infinite dimensions
Marek Bozejko,Eugene Lytvynov,Irina Rodionova
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Let $\nu$ be a finite measure on $\mathbb R$ whose Laplace transform is analytic in a neighborhood of zero. An anyon L\'evy white noise on $(\mathbb R^d,dx)$ is a certain family of noncommuting operators $\langle\omega,\varphi\rangle$ in the anyon Fock space over $L^2(\mathbb R^d\times\mathbb R,dx\otimes\nu)$. Here $\varphi=\varphi(x)$ runs over a space of test functions on $\mathbb R^d$, while $\omega=\omega(x)$ is interpreted as an operator-valued distribution on $\mathbb R^d$. Let $L^2(\tau)$ be the noncommutative $L^2$-space generated by the algebra of polynomials in variables $\langle \omega,\varphi\rangle$, where $\tau$ is the vacuum expectation state. We construct noncommutative orthogonal polynomials in $L^2(\tau)$ of the form $\langle P_n(\omega),f^{(n)}\rangle$, where $f^{(n)}$ is a test function on $(\mathbb R^d)^n$. Using these orthogonal polynomials, we derive a unitary isomorphism $U$ between $L^2(\tau)$ and an extended anyon Fock space over $L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx)$, denoted by $\mathbf F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$. The usual anyon Fock space over $L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx)$, denoted by $\mathcal F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$, is a subspace of $\mathbf F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$. Furthermore, we have the equality $\mathbf F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))=\mathcal F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$ if and only if the measure $\nu$ is concentrated at one point, i.e., in the Gaussian/Poisson case. Using the unitary isomorphism $U$, we realize the operators $\langle \omega,\varphi\rangle$ as a Jacobi (i.e., tridiagonal) field in $\mathbf F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$. We derive a Meixner-type class of anyon L\'evy white noise for which the respective Jacobi field in $\mathbf F(L^2(\mathbb R^d,dx))$ has a relatively simple structure.
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