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Strongly omnipresent operators: general conditions and applications to composition operators

  • L. Bernal-González (a1), M. C. Calderón-Moreno and K.-G. Grosse-Erdmann (a2)

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This paper studies the concept of strongly omnipresent operators that was recently introduced by the first two authors. An operator T on the space H(G) of holomorphic functions on a complex domain G is called strongly omnipresent whenever the set of T-monsters is residual in H(G), and a T-monster is a function f such that Tf exhibits an extremely ‘wild’ behaviour near the boundary. We obtain sufficient conditions under which an operator is strongly omnipresent, in particular, we show that every onto linear operator is strongly omnipresent. Using these criteria we completely characterize strongly omnipresent composition and multiplication operators.

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