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The study of ideal theory in B - algebra was inaugurated by Gelfand [ 1 ] to whom most of the results

The study of ideal theory in B - algebra was inaugurated by Gelfand [ 1 ] to whom most of the results

**given**in Section 1 are due . B- and B * -algebras . The results of Section 2 are due to Gelfand [ 1 ] . The fundamental Theorem 3.7 ...Page 909

The proof follows immediately , for since L SM , we have ( Lx , x ) = ( Mx , x ) for every x in H. Hence the characterization of an lon

The proof follows immediately , for since L SM , we have ( Lx , x ) = ( Mx , x ) for every x in H. Hence the characterization of an lon

**given**in Theorem 3 shows that in Min for all n 1 , 2 , .... 5. Spectral Representation Let u be a ...Page 1149

likewise

likewise

**given**by irreducible sets of tensors . The group RŮ ( n ) has additional representations , which , if one tries to regard them as representations of the rotation group itself , turn out to be doublevalued .### What people are saying - Write a review

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