By Theodore W. Palmer
This moment quantity of a two-volume set presents a latest account of simple Banach algebra concept together with all identified effects on basic Banach *-algebras. the writer emphasizes the jobs of *-algebra constitution and explores the algebraic effects that underlie the speculation of Banach algebras and *-algebras. Proofs are awarded in whole element at a degree obtainable to graduate scholars. The books comprise a wealth of old reviews, heritage fabric, examples, and an intensive bibliography. jointly they represent the normal reference for the overall concept of *-algebras. This moment quantity bargains with *-algebras. Noteworthy chapters boost the speculation of *-algebras with no extra regulations, going well past what has been proved formerly during this context and describe in the neighborhood compact teams and the *-algebras with regards to them.
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Banach Algebras and the General Theory of *-Algebras: Volume 2, *-Algebras (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) (Vol 2) by Theodore W. Palmer