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Mathematische Nachrichten > 293 > 3 > 510 - 532

Functional Analysis and Its Applications > 2018 > 52 > 1 > 1-8

Computational Methods and Function Theory > 2016 > 16 > 2 > 243-263

*G*, the union set of non-trivial Gleason parts, has progressed remarkably. We generalize these results to closed ideals in Douglas algebras

*A*. For non-zero functions $$f_1,f_2,\ldots ,f_n$$ f 1 , f 2 , … , f n in

*A*, $$I=\sum ^n_{j=1}f_j A$$ I = ∑ j = 1 ...

Mathematica Slovaca > 2009 > 59 > 4 > 387-404

*BZ*-algebras. Using this method we describe the connection between ideals of various types.

Functional Analysis and Its Applications > 2006 > 40 > 1 > 62-65

*A*be a Banach algebra. The second dual

*A*** can be equipped with two multiplications, each of which is a natural extension of the original multiplication in

*A*. The algebra

*A*is said to be Arens regular if these two multiplications coincide. We give necessary (and, for some classes of algebras, sufficient) conditions for the regularity of a Segal algebra. We also obtain necessary and sufficient...

Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications > 2004 > 300 > 2 > 297-302

Mathematical Notes > 2004 > 76 > 3-4 > 558-563

*P*of holomorphic functions on a domain in ℂ, sufficient conditions are obtained under which a closed ideal

*I*⊂

*P*is 2-generated.

Algebra universalis > 2002 > 48 > 2 > 151-169