Derivations on Commutative Normed Algebras.

I.M. Singer; J. Wermer

Mathematische Annalen (1955)

  • Volume: 129, page 260-264
  • ISSN: 0025-5831; 1432-1807/e

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Singer, I.M., and Wermer, J.. "Derivations on Commutative Normed Algebras.." Mathematische Annalen 129 (1955): 260-264. <>.

author = {Singer, I.M., Wermer, J.},
journal = {Mathematische Annalen},
keywords = {functional analysis},
pages = {260-264},
title = {Derivations on Commutative Normed Algebras.},
url = {},
volume = {129},
year = {1955},

AU - Singer, I.M.
AU - Wermer, J.
TI - Derivations on Commutative Normed Algebras.
JO - Mathematische Annalen
PY - 1955
VL - 129
SP - 260
EP - 264
KW - functional analysis
UR -
ER -

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