Power-dominated elements in a Banach algebra

G. Allan; T. Ransford

Studia Mathematica (1989)

  • Volume: 94, Issue: 1, page 63-79
  • ISSN: 0039-3223

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Allan, G., and Ransford, T.. "Power-dominated elements in a Banach algebra." Studia Mathematica 94.1 (1989): 63-79. <http://eudml.org/doc/218931>.

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number = {1},
pages = {63-79},
title = {Power-dominated elements in a Banach algebra},
url = {http://eudml.org/doc/218931},
volume = {94},
year = {1989},

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  5. Mohamed Zarrabi, Contractions à spectre dénombrable et propriétés d'unicité des fermés dénombrables du cercle
  6. C. Batty, Asymptotic behaviour of semigroups of operators
  7. Helmuth Rönnefarth, On the differences of the consecutive powers of Banach algebra elements
  8. B. Aupetit, D. Drissi, Some spectral inequalities involving generalized scalar operators
  9. Driss Drissi, On a theorem of Gelfand and its local generalizations
  10. Béla Nagy, Jaroslav Zemánek, A resolvent condition implying power boundedness

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