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Holomorphic Generation of Continuous Inverse Algebras

  • Harald Biller (a1)
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We study complex commutative Banach algebras (and, more generally, continuous inverse algebras) in which the holomorphic functions of a fixed n-tuple of elements are dense. In particular, we characterize the compact subsets of ℂ n which appear as joint spectra of such n-tuples. The characterization is compared with several established notions of holomorphic convexity by means of approximation conditions.

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