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By Ronald Larsen

When I first thought of writing a e-book approximately multipliers, it used to be my goal to supply a average sized monograph which coated the speculation as an entire and which might be obtainable and readable to somebody with a simple wisdom of practical and harmonic research. I quickly learned, although, that this type of target couldn't be attained. This awareness is clear within the preface to the initial model of the current paintings which was once released within the Springer Lecture Notes in arithmetic, quantity one zero five, and is much more acute now, after the revision, growth and emendation of that manuscript had to produce the current quantity. hence, as sooner than, the remedy given within the following pages is eclectric instead of definitive. the alternative and presentation of the themes is unquestionably now not special, and displays either my own personal tastes and inadequacies, in addition to the need of limiting the ebook to a cheap measurement. all through i've got given distinct emphasis to the func­ tional analytic elements of the characterization challenge for multipliers, and feature, in general, simply offered the commutative model of the speculation. i've got additionally, optimistically, supplied too many info for the reader instead of too few.

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It is easy to show that k(K)= {XIXEA, LxEk(K')}, and that m:::J k (K) if and only if m':::J k (K'). From these facts one concludes that {h [k(K)]}' =,1'(A)n h [k(K')]. It is then obvious that the mapping m -+ m' is a homeomorphism. Let L x Ek[,1'(A)]. l on A. Hence from the semi-simplicity of A it follows that x=O. Thus k[,1'(A)] = {OJ and ,1 (M(A)) = h {k[,1'(A)]}. That is, ,1'(A) is dense in ,1(M(A)) in the hull-kernel topology. 0 It should be noted that the first portion of the theorem is also valid with only the assumption that A is without order.

The mapping is continuous in the respective weak* topologies since (T, Jl') = (Tx, Jl)/(x, Jl). The inverse mapping is also continuous because (Lx,Jl')=(x,Jl) and {LxlxEA}cM(A). Therefore the mapping Jl ~ Jl' is a homeomorphism. Since LI(M(A)) is compact and Jl~ Jl' is a homeomorphism it follows immediately that H(A) is compact. 0 It is clear that the correspondence between LI(A) and LI'(A) can also be described in the following way. For each m'ELI(M(A)) such that m' does not contain {LxlxEA}, we associate mELI(A) by setting m= {yIYEA, 26 The General Theory of Multipliers LyEm' n {LxlxEA}}, and conversely.

6. Let A be a semi-simple commutative supremum norm algebra. If pLl(A) exists then pLl'(A)=pLl{M(A)). Proof. 2 it is evident that pLl'(A)c pLl{M(A)). Similarly, since M(A) is a supremum norm algebra, if TEM(A) then IITlloo=IITII= sup IITxll= sup I (Txfli = sup Ilxll=l ~ sup IIxll=l sup mEpLl(A) 00 Ilxll=l Ilxll=l sup I(Txnm)1 mEpLl(A) Ix(m)1 sup IT(m')I= sup IT(m')I. mEpLl(A) Thus pLl{M(A))cpLl'(A). Therefore pLl'(A)=pLl{M(A)). 4 we see that M(A) is a supremum norm algebra with identity whenever A is a supremum norm algebra.

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