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Completely Bounded Maps and Operator Algebras [Hardcover]

Vern Paulsen

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It is assumed throughout this book that the reader is familiar with operator theory and the basic properties of C*-algebras (see for example [76] and [8, Chapter 1]). Read the first page
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