By Robert B. Burckel

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21) This observation has several consequences. 1. Given μ ∈ E σ and η ∈ (E σ )∗ we may deﬁne a mapping θη,μ on σ(A) by θη,μ (b) = η(IE ⊗ b)μ. Iteration of this map gives 2 θη,μ (b) = η(IE ⊗ η(IE ⊗ b)μ)μ = η 2 (IE ⊗2 ⊗ b)μ2 and more generally n (b) = η n (IE ⊗n ⊗ b)μn θη,μ where we make use of the generalized power η n for an element η of (E σ )∗ (and set μn = ((μ∗ )n )∗ : E → E ⊗n ⊗σ E). A. Ball, A. Biswas, Q. Fang and S. ter Horst μ = ζ ∗ and then we have θη,ζ ∗ < 1. Then we may use the geometric series to compute the inverse of I − θη,ζ ∗ to get (I − θη,ζ ∗ )−1 (b) = ∞ ∞ (θη,ζ ∗ )n (b) = n=0 η n (IE ⊗n ⊗ b)(ζ n )∗ .

1. Similar statements hold for HY2 (E, σ), where the analogous kernel is denoted by K(E,σ)⊗Y . We now deﬁne a higher-multiplicity version of the algebra of analytic Toeplitz operators H ∞ (E, σ) to be the linear space ∞ ∞ HL(U ,Y) (E, σ) := H (E, σ) ⊗ L(U, Y). This space consists of L(E ⊗ U, E ⊗ Y)-valued functions on D((E σ )∗ ), with point ∞ ∞ evaluation of an element S ⊗ N ∈ HL(U ,Y) (E, σ) = H (E, σ) ⊗ L(U, Y) at η ∈ σ ∗ ∞ D((E ) ) given by (S⊗N )(η) = S(η)⊗N .

D v∈Fd for any auxiliary space Y. The adjoint of Sj on HY2 (Fd ) is then given Sj∗ : fv z v → v∈Fd fv·j z v for j = 1, . . , d. 3)) deﬁnes a bounded operator from HU2 (Fd ) to HY2 (Fd ). The noncommutative Schur class Snc,d (U, Y) is deﬁned to consist of such multipliers S for which MS has operator norm at most 1: Snc,d (U, Y) = {S ∈ L(U, Y) z : MS : HU2 (Fd ) → HY2 (Fd ) with MS op ≤ 1}. 1 for this setting. We refer to [39, 40] for details. 3. Let S(z) ∈ L(U, Y) z be a formal power series in z = (z1 , .