On the tensor products of operators. (English) Zbl 0792.47020

The author studies finite sums of finite tensor products of Hilbert space operators, focusing on when such combinations are zero, compact, normal, etc.


47A80 Tensor products of linear operators
46M05 Tensor products in functional analysis
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