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Numerical radius inequalities for commutators of Hilbert space operators. (English) Zbl 1227.47003
For a bounded linear operator \(T\) on a complex Hilbert space \(H\), the numerical range is given by \(W(T)=\{ \langle Tx,x\rangle:~x\in H, ~\| x\|=1\}\). The quantity \(w(T)=\sup\{ |\lambda|:\lambda \in W(T)\}\) is the numerical radius of \(T\). It is well known that \(w(\cdot)\) is a norm on \(B(H)\), the algebra of all bounded linear operators on \(H\), which is equivalent to the operator norm. More precisely, \(\tfrac{1}{2}\| T\| \leq w(T)\leq \|T\|\). The numerical radius is not submultiplicative, moreover, even the inequality \(w(ST)\leq \| S\| w(T)\) does not hold in general. However, there is an interesting inequality which does hold true. Namely, for arbitrary operators \(S, T\in B(H)\), one has \( w(ST+TS^*)\leq 2\| S\| w(T)\). In the paper under review, some natural generalizations of this last and some other inequalities are obtained. For instance, let \(A, B, S, T\in B(H)\) be arbitrary, then \(w(ASB^*\pm BTA^*)\leq 2\| A\| \| B\| w(X),\) where \(X\in B(H\oplus H)\) is an operator with the block matrix which has \(0\) on the diagonal and operators \(S\) and \(T\) off the diagonal.

MSC:
47A12 Numerical range, numerical radius
47A30 Norms (inequalities, more than one norm, etc.) of linear operators
47B47 Commutators, derivations, elementary operators, etc.
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