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Banach Algebras and Their Applications
Edited by: Anthony To-Ming Lau and Volker Runde, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Contemporary Mathematics
2004; 343 pp; softcover
Volume: 363
ISBN-10: 0-8218-3471-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-3471-8
List Price: US$98
Member Price: US$78.40
Order Code: CONM/363
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This proceedings volume is from the international conference on Banach algebras and their applications held at the University of Alberta (Edmonton). It contains a collection of refereed research papers and high-level expository articles that offer a panorama of Banach algebra theory and its manifold applications.

Topics in the book range from \(K\)-theory to abstract harmonic analysis to operator theory. It is suitable for graduate students and researchers interested in Banach algebras.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in Banach algebras.

Table of Contents

  • M. Amini and A. Medghalchi -- Fourier algebras on tensor hypergroups
  • O. Yu. Aristov -- Amenability and compact type for Hopf-von Neumann algebras from the homological point of view
  • A. Baklouti, N. B. Salah, and K. Smaoui -- Some uncertainty principles on nilpotent Lie groups
  • D. P. Blecher -- Are operator algebras Banach algebras?
  • C.-H. Chu -- Jordan Banach algebras in harmonic analysis
  • J. Esterle -- Zero-one and zero-two laws for the behavior of semigroups near the origin
  • J. F. Feinstein and H. Kamowitz -- Compact homomorphisms between Dales-Davie algebras
  • B. Forrest -- Completely bounded multipliers and ideals in \(A(G)\) vanishing on closed subgroups
  • F. Gourdeau, Z. A. Lykova, and M. C. White -- The simplicial cohomology of \(L^1(\mathbf{R}^k_+)\)
  • S. A. Grigoryan and T. V. Tonev -- Shift-invariant algebras on groups
  • N. Grønbæk -- Self-induced Banach algebras
  • A. Ya. Helemskii -- Some aspects of topological homology since 1995: a survey
  • E. Kaniuth and A. T.-M. Lau -- Fourier algebras and amenability
  • W. C. Lang -- Refinement equations and generalized multiresolution analyses for hypergroups
  • R. Lasser -- Almost periodic sequences with respect to orthogonal polynomials
  • N. J. Laustsen -- \(K\)-theory for Banach *-algebras
  • V. Losert -- Separation property, Mautner phenomenon, and neutral subgroups
  • J. Mashreghi and T. Ransford -- Using entire functions to analyse power growth
  • M. Mathieu -- Another automatic boundedness technique
  • R. Meyer -- Bornological versus topological analysis in metrizable spaces
  • T. L. Miller, V. G. Miller, and M. M. Neumann -- Banach algebras, local spectral theory, and extensions of operators
  • W. J. Ricker -- Banach algebras of \(p\)-multiplier operators for the circle group
  • E. R. Schulz and K. F. Taylor -- Projections in \(L^1\)-algebras and tight frames
  • Yu. V. Selivanov -- Classes of Banach algebras of global dimension infinity
  • N. Spronk -- Representations of multiplier algebras in spaces of completely bounded maps
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