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is isomorphic with the complex field, and it turns out that the regular maximal

ideals of L1(R) are in one-to-one correspondence with the points of .40, i.e., with

all the maximal ideals of the algebra

is isomorphic with the complex field, and it turns out that the regular maximal

ideals of L1(R) are in one-to-one correspondence with the points of .40, i.e., with

all the maximal ideals of the algebra

**obtained**by adjoining an identity to L1(R) ...Page 1318

Suppose that the homogeneous system

non-trivial solution osc), £(c), and let Kos.) be the function (of the variable s)

Suppose that the homogeneous system

**obtained**from equations [1] and [2] has anon-trivial solution osc), £(c), and let Kos.) be the function (of the variable s)

**obtained**by substituting 2% and Bo for 2, and B, in [f]. The function Ko is ...Page 1624

In the same way, the functions costv/7

property s. cos svä costv/Au(d2) = 0, s # t. ... Their first step consists in

an expression for f(t, A) as a “linear combination” of the functions costv/7 in terms

of ...

In the same way, the functions costv/7

**obtained**from the operator ro enjoy theproperty s. cos svä costv/Au(d2) = 0, s # t. ... Their first step consists in

**obtaining**an expression for f(t, A) as a “linear combination” of the functions costv/7 in terms

of ...

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