Convolutions for localization operators
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Original versionJournal des Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées. 2018, 118 288-316. 10.1016/j.matpur.2017.12.004
Quantum harmonic analysis on phase space is shown to be linked with localization operators. The convolution between operators and the convolution between a function and an operator provide a conceptual framework for the theory of localization operators which is complemented by an appropriate Fourier transform, the Fourier–Wigner transform. We link the Hausdorff–Young inequality for the Fourier–Wigner transform with Lieb's inequality for ambiguity functions. Noncommutative Tauberian theorems due to Werner allow us to extend results of Bayer and Gröchenig on localization operators. Furthermore we show that the Arveson spectrum and the theory of Banach modules provide the abstract setting of quantum harmonic analysis.