The cellular indecomposable property, introduced by Olin and Thomson in 1984 , is well known for the Dirichlet space, but it fails trivially for the vector-valued case. The purpose of this paper is to use the fiber dimension to reformulate the property such that it naturally extends the scalar-valued case, yet fix the vector-valued case in a meaningful way. Using the new formulation, we are able to generalize several previous results to the vector-valued setting. In particular, we extend a theorem of Bourdon relating the cellular indecomposable property and the codimension-one property to codimension- N. Several of our results appear to be new even for the Hardy space over the unit disc.
- Cellular indecomposable property
- Fiber dimension
- Invariant subspace