This book consists of nine chapters. Chapter 1 is devoted to algebraic preliminaries. Chapter 2 deals with some of the basic definition and results concerning topological groups, topological linear spaces and topological algebras. Chapter 3 considered some generalizations of the norm. Chapter 4 is concerned with a generalization of the notion of convexity called p-convexity. In Chapter 5 some differential and integral analysis involving vector valued functions is developed. Chapter 6 is concerned with spectral analysis and applications. The Gelfand representation theory is the subject-matter of Chapter 7. Chapter 8 deals with commutative topological algebras. Finally in Chapter 9 an exposition of the norm uniqueness theorems of Gelfand and Johnson (extended to p-Banach algebras) is given.
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Chapter 2 Topological Preliminaries
Chapter 3 Some Types of Topological Algebras
Chapter 4 Locally PseudoConvex Spaces and Algebras
Chapter 5 Some Analysis
Chapter 6 Spectral Analysis in Topological Algebras
Chapter 7 Gelfand Representation Theory
Chapter 8 Commutative Topological Algebras
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