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This book is the second edition of the first complete stude and monograph dedicated to singular traces. The text offers, due to the contributions of Albrecht Pietsch and Nigel Kalton, a complete theory of traces and their spectral properties on ideals of compact operators. The second edition has been updated on the fundamental new approach for compact operators (the Pietsch correspondence). For mathematical physicists and other users of Connes’ noncommutative geometry the text offers a complete reference to Dixmier traces and associated formulas involving residues of spectral zeta functions and asymptotics of partition functions. An operator based theory of pseudodifferential operators is used to detail the deep association between the noncommutative residue in differential geometry and singular traces.
Steven Lord, University of Adelaide, Australia; Fedor Sukochev and Dmitriy Zanin, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
"Each chapter begins with a summary of the main results and ends with comments and historical notes, which makes the reading pleasant despite the sometimes heavy technical details." Mathematical Reviews
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