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

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

**results**given in Section ... In their proof , they proved Lemma 3.5 by using a fairly deep**result**of Šilov that was not generally available .Page 1156

Thus no point po needs to be removed and so M , can be taken equal to M. Thus we have the following

Thus no point po needs to be removed and so M , can be taken equal to M. Thus we have the following

**result**... The**results**of Sections 3 and 4 carry over for the case of discrete groups and many of them , for example Theorem 3.16 ...Page 1419

We will show that \ / ( m :) / ( m - 1 ) ( mit ) 2 ... , which will clearly establish the desired

We will show that \ / ( m :) / ( m - 1 ) ( mit ) 2 ... , which will clearly establish the desired

**result**. On the interval ( Si + 1 , Mi + 1 ] , consider the two functions --f ( t ) and fi ( t ) = + f ( 28 + 1 - t ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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