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"The book is an outcome of a course given at Harvard first by G. W. Mackey and later by the author''. It gives a self-contained exposition of Gelfand's theory of (commutative) Banach algebras and its application to harmonic analysis on locally compact abelian groups. No special pre-requisites are assumed in the readers other than elementary modern algebra and Liouville's theorem from the theory of analytic functions. The contents are as follows. I: Topology. II: Banach spaces. III: Integration. IV: Banach algebras. V: Some special Banach algebras. VI: The Haar integral. VII: Locally compact abelian groups. VIII: Compact groups and almost periodic functions. IX: Some further developments... (MathSciNet)

Bibliogr. p. 185-187. Index

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