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A properly infinite Banach *-algebra with a non-zero, bounded trace

H. G. Dales, Niels Jakob Laustsen, Charles J. Read (2003)

Studia Mathematica

A properly infinite C*-algebra has no non-zero traces. We construct properly infinite Banach *-algebras with non-zero, bounded traces, and show that there are even such algebras which are fairly "close" to the class of C*-algebras, in the sense that they can be hermitian or *-semisimple.

A subclass of strongly clean rings

Orhan Gurgun, Sait Halicioglu and Burcu Ungor (2015)

Communications in Mathematics

In this paper, we introduce a subclass of strongly clean rings. Let R be a ring with identity, J be the Jacobson radical of R , and let J # denote the set of all elements of R which are nilpotent in R / J . An element a R is called very J # -clean provided that there exists an idempotent e R such that a e = e a and a - e or a + e is an element of J # . A ring R is said to be very J # -clean in case every element in R is very J # -clean. We prove that every very J # -clean ring is strongly π -rad clean and has stable range one. It is shown...

Adjoint regular rings.

Heatherly, Henry E., Tucci, Ralph P. (2002)

International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences

Closure rings

Barry J. Gardner, Tim Stokes (1999)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

We consider rings equipped with a closure operation defined in terms of a collection of commuting idempotents, generalising the idea of a topological closure operation defined on a ring of sets. We establish the basic properties of such rings, consider examples and construction methods, and then concentrate on rings which have a closure operation defined in terms of their lattice of central idempotents.

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