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Path Connected Components in the Spaces of Weighted Composition Operators with the Strong Operator Topology II


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1 Department of Mathematics, Niigata University, Niigata 950-2181, Japan
2 Asahidori 2-2-23, Yamaguchi 753-0051, Japan
     

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The path connected components are determined in the space of weighted composition operators on the space of bounded harmonic functions with the strong operator topology.

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Weighted Composition Operator, Space of Bounded Harmonic Functions, Strong Operator Topology, Path Connected Component.
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Authors

Kei Ji Izuchi
Department of Mathematics, Niigata University, Niigata 950-2181, Japan
Yuko Izuchi
Asahidori 2-2-23, Yamaguchi 753-0051, Japan

Abstract


The path connected components are determined in the space of weighted composition operators on the space of bounded harmonic functions with the strong operator topology.

Keywords


Weighted Composition Operator, Space of Bounded Harmonic Functions, Strong Operator Topology, Path Connected Component.

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