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THE KERNELS AND CONTINUITY IDEALS OF HOMOMORPHISMS FROM 𝒞0(Ω)

  • HUNG LE PHAM (a1)
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We give a description of the continuity ideals and the kernels of homomorphisms from the algebras of continuous functions on locally compact spaces into Banach algebras. We also construct families of prime ideals satisfying a certain intriguing property in the algebras of continuous functions.

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