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If x is regular , its unique inverse is denoted by x - 1 . An element which is not (

right , left ) regular is called ( right , left ) singular . If Ø is a field , then a set X is

said to be an

a ...

If x is regular , its unique inverse is denoted by x - 1 . An element which is not (

right , left ) regular is called ( right , left ) singular . If Ø is a field , then a set X is

said to be an

**algebra**over Ø if X is a ring as well as a vector space over Ø and ifa ...

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Thus the concepts of Boolean

If B and C are Boolean algebras and h : B → C , then h is said to be a

homomorphism , or a Boolean

, h ...

Thus the concepts of Boolean

**algebra**and Boolean ring with unit are equivalent .If B and C are Boolean algebras and h : B → C , then h is said to be a

homomorphism , or a Boolean

**algebra**homomorphism , if h ( x ^ y ) = h ( x ) h ( y ), h ...

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Let S be a compact Hausdorff space and C ( S ) be the

continuous functions on S . Let A be a closed subalgebra of C ( S ) which

contains the unit e and contains , with f , its complex conjugate f defined by f ( s )

= f ( s ) .

Let S be a compact Hausdorff space and C ( S ) be the

**algebra**of all complexcontinuous functions on S . Let A be a closed subalgebra of C ( S ) which

contains the unit e and contains , with f , its complex conjugate f defined by f ( s )

= f ( s ) .

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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