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ON n-IDEAL AMENABILITY OF CERTAIN BANACH ALGEBRAS

  • ZEINAB KAMALI (a1) and MEHDI NEMATI (a2)

Abstract

In this paper we consider some notions of amenability such as ideal amenability, n-ideal amenability and approximate n-ideal amenability. The first two were introduced and studied by Gordji, Yazdanpanah and Memarbashi. We investigate some properties of certain Banach algebras in each of these classes. Results are also given for Segal algebras on locally compact groups.

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For correspondence; e-mail: ze.kamali@sci.ui.ac.ir

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ON n-IDEAL AMENABILITY OF CERTAIN BANACH ALGEBRAS

  • ZEINAB KAMALI (a1) and MEHDI NEMATI (a2)

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