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by M. Takesaki

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Since its inception by von Neumann 70 years ago, the theory of operator algebras has become a rapidly developing area of importance for the understanding of many areas of mathematics and theoretical physics. Accessible to the non-specialist, this first part of a three-volume treatise provides a clear, carefully written survey that emphasizes the theory's analytical and topological aspects.… (more)
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Title:Theory of Operator Algebras I (Operator Algebras and Non-Commulative Geometry V)
Authors:M. Takesaki
Info:Springer (2001), Edition: 1st ed. 1979. 2nd printing, Hardcover, 415 pages
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Since its inception by von Neumann 70 years ago, the theory of operator algebras has become a rapidly developing area of importance for the understanding of many areas of mathematics and theoretical physics. Accessible to the non-specialist, this first part of a three-volume treatise provides a clear, carefully written survey that emphasizes the theory's analytical and topological aspects.

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