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

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) ...

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

**regular**maximalideals 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) ...

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A point zo in the complex plane at which ri and r2 are analytic is called a

point of the operator. In the neighborhood of a

unique analytic solution f(z) of the equation Lj = 0 with specified initial values f(zo

), ...

A point zo in the complex plane at which ri and r2 are analytic is called a

**regular**point of the operator. In the neighborhood of a

**regular**point zo, there exists aunique analytic solution f(z) of the equation Lj = 0 with specified initial values f(zo

), ...

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(See Reflexivity)

equation, XIII.6 ...

(See Reflexivity)

**Regular**closure, (462–463)**Regular**convexity, (462–463)**Regular**element in a B-algebra, IX.1.2 (861)**Regular**element in a ring, (40)**Regular**method of summability, II.4.35 (75)**Regular**point of a differentialequation, XIII.6 ...

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