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• In functional analysis a Banach function algebra on a compact Hausdorff space X is unital subalgebra, A of the commutative C*-algebra C(X) of all continuous, complex valued functions from X, together with a norm on A which makes it a Banach algebra. A function algebra is said to vanish at a point p if f(p) = 0 for all . A function algebra separates points if for each distinct pair of points , there is a function such that . For every define . Then is a non-zero homomorphism (character) on .
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• In functional analysis a Banach function algebra on a compact Hausdorff space X is unital subalgebra, A of the commutative C*-algebra C(X) of all continuous, complex valued functions from X, together with a norm on A which makes it a Banach algebra. A function algebra is said to vanish at a point p if f(p) = 0 for all . A function algebra separates points if for each distinct pair of points , there is a function such that . For every define . Then is a non-zero homomorphism (character) on . Theorem: A Banach function algebra is semisimple (that is its Jacobson radical is equal to zero) and each commutative unital, semisimple Banach algebra is isomorphic (via the Gelfand transform) to a Banach function algebra on its character space (the space of algebra homomorphisms from A into the complex numbers given the relative weak* topology). If the norm on is the uniform norm (or sup-norm) on , then is calleda uniform algebra. Uniform algebras are an important special case of Banach function algebras.
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