Composition operators on reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces with analytic positive definite functions

by   Masahiro Ikeda, et al.
Tokyo Metropolitan University

Composition operators have been extensively studied in complex analysis, and recently, they have been utilized in engineering and machine learning. Here, we focus on composition operators associated with maps in Euclidean spaces that are on reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces with respect to analytic positive definite functions, and prove the maps are affine if the composition operators are bounded. Our result covers composition operators on Paley-Wiener spaces and reproducing kernel spaces with respect to the Gaussian kernel on R^d, widely used in the context of engineering.


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