# Inverse-producing extensions of Topological Algebras

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The course covers a basic concept of considering mathematical properties in extensions of a given topological algebra. In doing so, we extends a algebra to an extension containing , checking a property of an element in the extension . In this course we treat multiplicative invertibility as a mathematical property and consider, among other things, topological properties that allow to create an algebra extension in which an multiplicative inverse of a given element exists.

is satisfied and is the one-element of the multiplication. Essentially, this involves topological properties of the element that either allows invertibility in a particular extension of or never has an inverse element in any extensions of , i.e., is permanently singular. The basic sets with a multiplicative linkage here are topological algebras, where the linkages are.

- (TA1) multiplication of a vector by a scalar as an outer linkage,
- (TA2) addition of vectors in the vector space as an inner linkage, and
- (TA3) multiplication of two vectors as inner linkage

are continuous in each case. Here, a vector space with properties (TA1) and (TA2) is called a topological vector space. If there is additionally a multiplication is additionally this multiplicative inner linkage continuous (TA3) then the vector space is called a topological algebra.

## Origine of the Course edit

This course was created in the german Wikiversity for a lecture with Wiki2Reveal slides, that can be annotated in the browser (no online storage of annotation). The course material will be translated as Open Educational Resources that can be maintained and updated in Wikiversity. The concept of inverse-producing algebra extensions is based on Richard Arens work on that topic for normed algebras^{[1]}. Other classes of topological algebras were considered by Wieslaw Zelazko like locally convex and multiplicative locally convex algebras^{[2]}. The course includes

## Wiki2Reveal Contents edit

### Chapter 0: Preliminaries edit

### Chapter 1: Introduction into topological algebras edit

### Chapter 2: K-singular elements edit

First, we shall discuss topological criteria which ensure that an element is permanently singular in any algebra extension of class . If the negation of the topological property causes the element to have an inverse element in an algebra extension of class , a topoligical invertibility criterion arises.

### Chapter 3: K-regular elements edit

In this chapter, given topological criteria, we construct algebra extensions algebra extensions of class in which a given -regular element is invertible.

### (3.1) Normed and locally bounded algebras edit

### (3.2) Multiplicative topological algebras edit

### (3.3) Locally convex and locally pseudoconvex algebras edit

### (3.4) Topological algebras edit

### Chapter 4: Solvability of equations edit

In this chapter, the invertibility with is considered as a special case of the solvability of an equation with . Here, an algebra expansion of is used to search for a solution that solves the equation .

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## Origin of materials edit

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