### Positive multiplication preserves dissipativity in commutative ${C}^{*}$-algebras.

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Let A and B be unital, semisimple commutative Banach algebras with the maximal ideal spaces M A and M B, respectively, and let r(a) be the spectral radius of a. We show that if T: A → B is a surjective mapping, not assumed to be linear, satisfying r(T(a) + T(b)) = r(a + b) for all a; b ∈ A, then there exist a homeomorphism φ: M B → M A and a closed and open subset K of M B such that $$\widehat{T\left(a\right)}\left(y\right)=\left\{\begin{array}{c}\widehat{T\left(e\right)}\left(y\right)\widehat{a}\left(\phi \left(y\right)\right)y\in K\\ \widehat{T\left(e\right)}\left(y\right)\overline{\widehat{a}\left(\phi \left(y\right)\right)}y\in {M}_{\mathcal{B}}\setminus K\end{array}\right.$$ for all a ∈ A, where e is unit element of A. If, in addition, $$\widehat{T\left(e\right)}=1$$ and $$\widehat{T\left(ie\right)}=i$$ on M B, then T is an algebra isomorphism. ...

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