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By Prof. Dr. G. W. Gribble (auth.), Prof. W. Herz, Prof. G. W. Kirby, Prof. R. E. Moore, Prof. Dr. W. Steglich, Prof. Dr. Ch. Tamm (eds.)

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E R. k) < +00 for all >-. E C, and in particular for >-. = i. 2, A/Rad A is finite-dimensional. This last result was recently used by V. Runde [RuJ to obtain interesting results concerning the group algebras associated with some topological groups. 12 it is possible to prove the following. 1 Let f be an analytic function from a domain DeC into a Banach algebra. Suppose that for every >-. ) is algebraic. , an, such that for all >-. E D. 2 Let X be a Banach space and let f be an analytic function from a domain DeC into 8(X).

Then there exist two quasi-nilpotent and compact operators Tb T2 on X such that Sp(Tl + T 2) is infinite. If a Banach algebra A has minimal left ideals (resp. minimal right ideals), then by definition its socle, denoted by soc(A), is the sum of the minimal left ideals (it is also equal to the sum of minimal right ideals, so it is a two-sided ideal). 78-87. Every element of the soele is algebraic, consequently of finite spectrum. If dim A < +00, then the soele of A is non-zero because A = soc(A).

Let Z be the set of (z, 1/) E C2 such that (i) D(z,1/) = {w: wE M, z + 1/w E N} =I- 0; (ii) g(w) = f(z + 1/W, w) is identically zero on D(z, 1/). Then Z is at most countable. Nishino) Let n be a pseudoconvex open subset of C2. Then 0' is also pseudoconvex. For more details on this proof, see [Au7], Chapter 7 or [Ra1,2]. By definition, we denote by DK(A) the set of points of K(A) which are not good isolated points. It is easy to prove that DK(A) is compact and satisfies K(A)' C DK(A) C K(A), where K(A)' denotes the set of limit points of K(A).

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