# Convenient categories of topological algebras

@article{Dubuc1971ConvenientCO, title={Convenient categories of topological algebras}, author={E. Dubuc and H. Porta}, journal={Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society}, year={1971}, volume={77}, pages={975-979} }

Introduction. Concrete associative algebras with a topology have long arisen in mathematical practice; thus, a notion of topological space with algebraic operations making it an associative algebra was in order. The subject naturally evolved into the present general theory of abstract topological algebras [5]. Classes of such objects (together with continuous maps respecting the algebraic structure) form categories which, understandably, do not share some important properties of their purely… Expand

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