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Banach algebras of topologically bounded index

  • J.J. Green (a1)
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We consider normed and Banach algebras satisfying a condition topologically analogous to bounded index for rings. We investigate stability properties, prove a topological version of a theorem of Jacobson, and find in many cases co-incidence with well-known finiteness properties.

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  • EISSN: 1755-1633
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