Beurling theorem

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Let be a function in the Hardy class (cf. also Hardy classes). The vector space spanned by the functions , , is dense in if and only if is an outer function (cf. also Hardy classes).

This follows from the characterization of closed shift-invariant subspaces in as being of the form with an inner function.

See Beurling–Lax theorem for further developments.


[a1] B. Sz.-Nagy, C. Foias, "Harmonic analysis of operators on Hilbert spaces" , North-Holland (1970) pp. 104
[a2] B. Beauzamy, "Introduction to operator theory and invariant subspaces" , North-Holland (1988) pp. 194
[a3] W. Mlak, "Hilbert spaces and operator theory" , Kluwer Acad. Publ. (1991) pp. 188; 190
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