About: Idempotence is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 1860 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 19976 citation(s). The topic is also known as: idempotent.
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30 Apr 1997
TL;DR: In this article, a generalized solution of Bellman's Differential Equation and multiplicative additive asymptotics is presented, which is based on the Maslov Optimziation Theory.
Abstract: Preface. 1. Idempotent Analysis. 2. Analysis of Operators on Idempotent Semimodules. 3. Generalized Solutions of Bellman's Differential Equation. 4. Quantization of the Bellman Equation and Multiplicative Asymptotics. References. Appendix: (P. Del Moral) Maslov Optimziation Theory. Optimality versus Randomness. Index.
Abstract: Closure operators in an ( E , M )-category X are introduced as concrete endofunctors of the comma category whose objects are the elements of M . Various kinds of closure operators are studied. There is a Galois equivalence between the conglomerate of idempotent and weakly hereditary closure operators of X and the conglomerate of subclasses of M which are part of a factorization system. There is a one-to-one correspondence between the class of regular closure operators and the class of strongly epireflective subcategories of X . Every closure operators admits an idempotent hull and a weakly hereditary core. Various examples of additive closure operators in Top are given. For abelian categories standard closure operators are considered. It is shown that there is a one-to-one correspondence between the class of standard closure operators and the class of preradicals. Idempotent, weakly hereditary, standard closure operators correspond to idempotent radicals (= torsion theories).
••01 Jun 2008
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe a special class of representations of an inverse semigroup S on Hilbert's space which they term tight, which are supported on a subset of the spectrum of the idempotent semilattice of S, which is in turn shown to be precisely the closure of the space of ultra-filters, once filters are identified with semicharacters in a natural way.
Abstract: We describe a special class of representations of an inverse semigroup S on Hilbert's space which we term tight. These representations are supported on a subset of the spectrum of the idempotent semilattice of S, called the tight spectrum, which is in turn shown to be precisely the closure of the space of ultra-filters, once filters are identified with semicharacters in a natural way. These representations are moreover shown to correspond to representations of the C*-algebra of the groupoid of germs for the action of S on its tight spectrum. We then treat the case of certain inverse semigroups constructed from semigroupoids, generalizing and inspired by inverse semigroups constructed from ordinary and higher rank graphs. The tight representations of this inverse semigroup are in one-to-one correspondence with representations of the semigroupoid, and consequently the semigroupoid algebra is given a groupoid model. The groupoid which arises from this construction is shown to be the same as the boundary path groupoid of Farthing, Muhly and Yeend, at least in the singly aligned, sourceless case.
TL;DR: In this article, a nonlinear projection on subsemimodules is introduced, where the projection of a point is the maximal approximation from below of the point in the sub-semimmodule.
Abstract: We consider subsemimodules and convex subsets of semimodules over semirings with an idempotent addition. We introduce a nonlinear projection on subsemimodules: the projection of a point is the maximal approximation from below of the point in the subsemimodule. We use this projection to separate a point from a convex set. We also show that the projection minimizes the analogue of Hilbert’s projective metric. We develop more generally a theory of dual pairs for idempotent semimodules. We obtain as a corollary duality results between the row and column spaces of matrices with entries in idempotent semirings. We illustrate the results by showing polyhedra and half-spaces over the max-plus semiring.
01 May 2001-Mathematical Notes
TL;DR: In this paper, an algebraic approach to idempotent functional analysis is presented, which is an abstract version of the traditional functional analysis developed by V. P. Maslov and his collaborators.
Abstract: This paper is devoted to Idempotent Functional Analysis, which is an “abstract” version of Idempotent Analysis developed by V. P. Maslov and his collaborators. We give a brief survey of the basic ideas of Idempotent Analysis. The correspondence between concepts and theorems of traditional Functional Analysis and its idempotent version is discussed in the spirit of N. Bohr's correspondence principle in quantum theory. We present an algebraic approach to Idempotent Functional Analysis. Basic notions and results are formulated in algebraic terms; the essential point is that the operation of idempotent addition can be defined for arbitrary infinite sets of summands. We study idempotent analogs of the basic principles of linear functional analysis and results on the general form of a linear functional and scalar products in idempotent spaces.
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