By Rolf Gohm
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Then if Q˜ a=a ˜ we have a ˜ = 1I ⊗ c˜. Then for P = ˜ = ψ[1,∞) (˜ c)1I = P0 , the conditional expectation onto A, we conclude that P a ˜ φ(˜ a)1I. If we have asymptotic completeness then by the equivalent property (2) this situation occurs in the limit n → ∞. Thus for a ∈ A we get T n (a) = P αn (a) −→ φ(a)1I. 5. However the converse fails: φ absorbing for T does not imply asymptotic completeness. 4(2). 2. 5. 3, we may note that in the case of asymptotic completeness the Møller operator provides us with a conjugacy between α−1 on A⊗C(−∞,−1] and σ −1 on C(−∞,−1] (weak closures are required).
2. 4 Linear Prediction There are applications to the statistical prediction of time series. Suppose we have observed values a0 , . . , an−1 ∈ R or C of a time series and we want to estimate the unknown next value an . If we use a linear combination of a0 , . . , an−1 for the estimator, then this is linear prediction one step ahead. N. Wiener and A. Kolmogorov started the theory of optimal linear prediction under the assumption that the time series is a path of a stationary stochastic process.
2, we can further deﬁne n ˜ P ⊗ K[n+1,∞) → H. w ˜n := u˜1 (1I ⊗ R1 )(˜ u1 ) . . (1I ⊗ Rn−1 )(˜ u1 ) : H ⊗ 1 Then we get J˜n (˜ x) = w ˜n (1I ⊗ Rn )(˜ x) w ˜n∗ . w ˜n is an isometric cocycle in a somewhat generalized sense, satisfying the cocycle equation w ˜n+m = w ˜n (1I ⊗ Rn )(w˜m ). ˜n acts trivially, we have an isometry wn : H ⊗ Ignoring K[n+1,∞) where w n ˜ P → H ⊗ K . 2. ˜ H ) = w1 w∗ and In fact, p[0,1] = J(p 1 ∗ p[0,n] = J˜n (pH ) = J˜n−1 (w1 w1∗ ) = wn−1 (1I ⊗ Rn−1 )(w1 w1∗ ) wn−1 ∗ = wn−1 (1I ⊗ Rn−1 )(w1 ) (1I ⊗ Rn−1 )(w1 )∗ wn−1 = wn wn∗ by the cocycle equation with m = 1.
Noncommutative Stationary Processes by Rolf Gohm