Contemporary Mathematics 2004; 137 pp; softcover Volume: 341 ISBN10: 0821835564 ISBN13: 9780821835562 List Price: US$54 Member Price: US$43.20 Order Code: CONM/341
 The Fourth International Conference on Topological Algebras and Their Applications was held in Oaxaca, Mexico. This meeting brought together international specialists and Mexican specialists in topological algebras, locally convex and Banach spaces, spectral theory, and operator theory and related topics. This volume contains talks presented at the conference as well as articles received in response to a call for papers; some are expository and provide new insights, while others contain new research. The book is suitable for graduate students and research mathematicians working in topological vector spaces, topological algebras, and their applications. Readership Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in topological spaces, topological algebras, and their applications. Table of Contents  M. Abel  Description of all closed maximal regular ideals in subalgebras of the algebra \(C(X;A;\sigma)\)
 M. Abel  Galbed GelfandMazur algebras
 J. Arhippainen  On Gelfand representation of topological algebras
 T. Chryssakis  Relations between numerical range and spectrumThe set of strongly positive elements
 H. Fetter and B. Gamboa de Buen  Some considerations about two properties related to measures of noncompactness in Banach spaces
 A. García  Regular inductive limits of locally complete spaces
 R. Hadjigeorgiou  On some more characterizations of \(Q\)algebras
 M. Haralampidou  Matrix representations of Ambrose algebras
 J. Kakol, S. A. Saxon, and A. R. Todd  Docile locally convex spaces
 A. Mallios  On localizing topological algebras
 A. Martínez Meléndez  Topological algebras and \(\alpha\)spectrum
 M. Oudadess  On some nonconvex topological algebras
 F. H. Szafraniec  Bounded vectors for subnormality via a group of unbounded operators
 Y. Tsertos  On the \(C^*\)structures of an algebra
 A. Velázquez González and A. Wawrzyńczyk  Spectral mapping formula for Waelbroeck algebras and their subalgebras
 W. Żelazko  When a commutative unital \(F\)algebra has a dense principal ideal
