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Let B be the set of bounded Borel functions on T with compact support. Take p E [1, oo[, p E. Then ,. Take a E [0, JJxJ[oo[. By the above considerations,. Denote by yc the set of u E s. T is a closed proper zdeal o.

Take k E IN. Now lim sup lltOO Ila. There is a p 5 IN, such that I ,. Let a. The general result now follows by passing to the imit. Laguerre, Neumann, Let F be the closed unital subalgebra of E generated by x. Then F is commutative Corollary 2. By Liouville's Theorem, f is constant.

Lemma 2. By continuity, the above relation holds for every t E [-1, 1]. Banach Algebras We may assume that E is unital Proposition 2. By Theorem 2. Then a x is compact. We may assume that E is unital Proposition 2. Being bounded Proposition 2. The assertion follows. Hence o l - u is not surjective and so a E a u. Hence a l - u is surjective. By the Principle of Inverse Operators, a l - u is invertible.

I Let T be a group. The assertion follows immediately from Theorem 2. In particular, U is a topological group with respect to the multiplicatzon.

Take x E U. Hence U is open. Hence the set of invertible elements of a unital Banach algebra is not necessarily dense. Since l is open Theorem 2. The closure of a proper left, mght ideal of E is a proper left, right ideal of E. The maximal proper left, right ideals of E are closed. Let U be the set of invertible elements of E. Since U is open Theorem 2. Let G be a maximal proper left, right ideal of E. By the above considerations, G is a proper left, right ideal of E. Let E be a Banach algebra and F a regular maximal proper left, right ideal.

Let E be a unital Banach algebra associated to E Definition 2. It follows that the radical of E is closed. I 2. Then V is a clopen normal subgroup o. Then x-iV, y-tVy are connected sets of U Proposition 2. Thus V is a normal subgroup of U.

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Since U is obviously locally connected, V is open. Being a subgroup of U, it is a closed set of U. Since W is obviously a subgroup of V, it is a clopen set of V. By the above 9esult, there is a y E E such that X n Since ; E, a:. Then x' is continuous with norm at most 1.

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First assume that E is a unital Banach algebra. Banach Algebras Now suppose that E is not unital.

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By the above proof, y' is continuous with norm at most 1. Hence z' is continuous with norm at most one. Every nilpotent element is quasinilpotent. Take a E E:. Given x E C [0,1] , set kx" [0,1].. This equahon is called the Volterra Integral Equation.

It is obvious that kx is continuous for every x E C [0,1] and that k is linear. Therefore, k is continuous. Furthermore, Ik. The final assertion now follows. Take x, y, z E C [0,1]. It is easy to see that it is a commutative Banach algebra. I 0 Let E be a normed algebra. Every zero-divisor of 0 is a topological zero-divisor.

I "t 0 Let x be a topological zero-divisor m the norreed unital algebra E. Then x is not invertible. Banach Algebras There is a sequence xn. Assume x to be invertible. In particular, x it is a topological zero-dwiaor. I,oo I1. The relation lim x y. Hence, x is a topological zero-divisor.