### Analysis on a class of Banach algebras with applications to harmonic analysis on locally compact groups and semigroups

Anthony To-Ming Lau (1983)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

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Anthony To-Ming Lau (1983)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

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V. Runde (2001)

Studia Mathematica

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We define a Banach algebra 𝔄 to be dual if 𝔄 = (𝔄⁎)* for a closed submodule 𝔄⁎ of 𝔄*. The class of dual Banach algebras includes all W*-algebras, but also all algebras M(G) for locally compact groups G, all algebras ℒ(E) for reflexive Banach spaces E, as well as all biduals of Arens regular Banach algebras. The general impression is that amenable, dual Banach algebras are rather the exception than the rule. We confirm this impression. We first show that under certain conditions...

A. Jabbari, Mohammad Sal Moslehian, H. R. E. Vishki (2009)

Mathematica Bohemica

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A surjective bounded homomorphism fails to preserve $n$-weak amenability, in general. We however show that it preserves the property if the involved homomorphism enjoys a right inverse. We examine this fact for certain homomorphisms on several Banach algebras.

Niels Groenbaek (1989)

Studia Mathematica

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A. Jabbari, T. Mehdi Abad, M. Zaman Abadi (2011)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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Generalizing the concept of inner amenability for Lau algebras, we define and study the notion of φ-inner amenability of any Banach algebra A, where φ is a homomorphism from A onto ℂ. Several characterizations of φ-inner amenable Banach algebras are given.

R. Nasr-Isfahani (2001)

Archivum Mathematicum

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A concept of amenability for an arbitrary Lau algebra called inner amenability is introduced and studied. The inner amenability of a discrete semigroup is characterized by the inner amenability of its convolution semigroup algebra. Also, inner amenable Lau algebras are characterized by several equivalent statements which are similar analogues of properties characterizing left amenable Lau algebras.

Uygul, Faruk (2008)

Acta Mathematica Academiae Paedagogicae Nyí regyháziensis. New Series [electronic only]

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Frédéric Gourdeau (1997)

Studia Mathematica

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Amenability and the Arens product are studied. Using the Arens product, derivations from A are extended to derivations from A**. This is used to show directly that A** amenable implies A amenable.

Z. Hu, M. Sangani Monfared, T. Traynor (2009)

Studia Mathematica

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We obtain characterizations of left character amenable Banach algebras in terms of the existence of left ϕ-approximate diagonals and left ϕ-virtual diagonals. We introduce the left character amenability constant and find this constant for some Banach algebras. For all locally compact groups G, we show that the Fourier-Stieltjes algebra B(G) is C-character amenable with C < 2 if and only if G is compact. We prove that if A is a character amenable, reflexive, commutative Banach algebra,...

A. Lau, R. Loy, G. Willis (1996)

Studia Mathematica

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Several results are given about the amenability of certain algebras defined by locally compact groups. The algebras include the C*-algebras and von Neumann algebras determined by the representation theory of the group, the Fourier algebra A(G), and various subalgebras of these.

M. Eshaghi Gordji, M. Filali (2007)

Studia Mathematica

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It is known that a Banach algebra inherits amenability from its second Banach dual **. No example is yet known whether this fails if one considers the weak amenability instead, but the property is known to hold for the group algebra L¹(G), the Fourier algebra A(G) when G is amenable, the Banach algebras which are left ideals in **, the dual Banach algebras, and the Banach algebras which are Arens regular and have every derivation from into * weakly compact. In this paper, we extend this...