Theory of Operator Algebras I

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Springer Science & Business Media, 1979 - Mathematics - 415 pages
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Since its inception by von Neumann 70 years ago, the theory of operator algebras has become a rapidly developing area of importance for the understanding of many areas of mathematics and theoretical physics. Accessible to the non-specialist, this first part of a three-volume treatise provides a clear, carefully written survey that emphasizes the theory's analytical and topological aspects.

  

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Contents

II
1
III
2
IV
6
V
13
VI
17
VII
21
VIII
23
IX
25
XXIX
179
XXX
181
XXXI
182
XXXII
188
XXXIII
192
XXXIV
203
XXXV
220
XXXVI
229

X
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XI
35
XII
47
XIII
50
XIV
54
XV
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XVI
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XVII
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XVIII
67
XIX
71
XX
79
XXI
99
XXII
101
XXIII
102
XXIV
120
XXV
130
XXVI
139
XXVII
147
XXVIII
157
XXXVII
230
XXXVIII
253
XXXIX
264
XL
289
XLI
290
XLII
309
XLIII
335
XLIV
336
XLV
344
XLVI
352
XLVII
359
XLVIII
362
XLIX
374
L
375
LI
387
LII
389
LIII
409
LIV
411
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