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22) (iv) asymptotically periodic if it has a compact constrictor contained in a Pinvariant band Lo ~ Ll (J-lo) for some J-lo E L +. 2. 4 and to show that it enables us to reduce our attention to unity preserving operators. In order to achieve this goal we first prove some auxiliary results. Note that there exist two kinds of natural partial orderings on Ll. 1) which induces on Ll the structure of Banach lattice with the lattice operations f V 9 and f 1\ 9 defined pointwise. 3) = 0. The following very simple results will be frequently used in the sequel.
A} and positive continuous linear functionals AI, ... 8) for a = 1. All operators considered henceforth will be supposed to be power bounded and nontrivial. Note that if P is an asymptotically periodic operator then there exists q ::::: a! such that o:q(i)=i and pqgi=gi fori=l, ... ,a. 8b) i=1 satisfies pq(Q(f)) = Q(f), lim pn(f - Q(f)) n->oo =0. 1. 7) is called a constrictor for P (cf. ). Theorem 1. A constrictive operator is asymptotically periodic. The proof for Markov operators is in Chap.
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