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THE DUAL SPACES OF C*-ALGEBRAS(1)

@inproceedings{Fell2010THEDS,
  title={THE DUAL SPACES OF C*-ALGEBRAS(1)},
  author={J. M. G. Fell},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction. The idea of the structure space (or dual space) A of an associative algebra A was introduced by Jacobson in [8]. The space A consists of all kernels of irreducible representations of A, with the hull-kernel topology: An ideal / in A is in the closure of a subset B ol Ail I contains the intersection of the ideals in B. For unrestricted infinite-dimensional A, the dual space need not be Hausdorff or even Ti\ and in many situations it is not very useful. However, Gelfand and others… 
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