Tamás TITKOS


Mailing address:

Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
          H-1053 Budapest, Reáltanoda u. 13-15.
E-mail: titkos.tamas@renyi.mta.hu
Web: www.renyi.hu/~titkos
Room: I.10

or


            Department of Applied Analysis
            Eötvös Loránd University
            Pázmány Péter sétány 1/c.
            H-1117 Budapest
            Hungary

            E-mail: titkos@cs.elte.hu
            Room: 3-621



List of Publications:

      1. T. Titkos -- Ando's theorem for nonnegative forms, Positivity, 16(4) (2012), 619-626.

      2. Z. Sebestyén, T. Titkos -- Complement of forms, Positivity, 17(1) (2013), 1-15.    [ERRATUM]

      3. Z. Sebestyén, T. Titkos -- Parallel subtraction of nonnegative forms, Acta Math. Hungar., 136(4) (2012), 252-269. (pdf)

      4. T. Titkos -- Lebesgue decomposition of contents via nonnegative forms, Acta Math. Hungar., 140(1-2) (2013), 151-161.
(pdf)

      5. Z. Sebestyén, T. Titkos -- A Radon-Nikodym type theorem for forms, Positivity, 17(3) (2013), 863-873.

      6. Z. Sebestyén, Zs. Tarcsay, T. Titkos -- Lebesgue decomposition theorems, Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged), 79 (2013), 219-233.

      7. T. Titkos -- On means of nonnegative sesquilinear forms, Acta Math. Hungar., 143(2) (2014), 515-533.

      8. T. Titkos -- Positive Definite Operator Functions and Sesquilinear Forms, Annales Univ. Sci. Budapest, 58 (2015), 115-124.

      9. Z. Sebestyén, Zs. Tarcsay, T. Titkos -- A short-type decomposition of forms, Operators and Matrices, 9(4) (2015), 815-830. (arxiv)

    10. T. Titkos -- A simple proof of the Lebesgue decomposition theorem, Amer. Math Monthly, 122 (8) (2015), 793-794. (arxiv)
   
    11. T. Titkos -- How to Make Equivalent Measures?, Amer. Math Monthly, 122 (8) (2015), 812-812.


Manuscripts in preparation:

    1. Gy. P. Gehér - T. Titkos -- Surjective Lévy-Prokhorov isometries

    2. Zs. Tarcsay - T. Titkos -- On the order structure of representable functionals (arxiv)

    3. T. Titkos -- Arlinskii's iteration and its applications (arxiv)

    4. T. Titkos -- The singular part as fixed point