in: Emerging Applications of Differential Equations and Game Theory, Sırma Zeynep Alparslan Gök,Duygu Aruğaslan Çinçin, Editor, U.S. Global Change Research Information Office (GCRIO) , Illinois, pp.55-78, 2020
A reproducing kernel Hilbert space (shorty, RKHS) H=H(Ω) on some set Ω is a Hilbert space of complex valued functions on Ω such that for every λ∈Ω the linear functional (evaluation functional) f→f(λ) is bounded on H. If H is RKHS on a set Ω, then, by the classical Riesz representation theorem for every λ∈Ω there is a unique element kH,λ∈H such that f(λ)=〈f,kH,λ〉; for all f∈H. The family {kH,λ:λ∈Ω} is called the reproducing kernel of the space H. The Berezin set and the Berezin number of the operator A was respectively given by Karaev in [26] as following Ber(A)={A(λ):λ∈Ω} and ber(A):=|A(λ)|. In this chapter, the authors give the Berezin number inequalities for an invertible operator and some other related results are studied. Also, they obtain some inequalities of the slater type for convex functions of selfadjoint operators in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces and examine related results.