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**David J. Saltman**

- Author:David J. Saltman
- ISBN:0821809792
- ISBN13:978-0821809792
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- Publisher:American Mathematical Society; UK ed. edition (May 17, 1999)
- Pages:120 pages
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CBMS Regional Conference Series in Mathematics Volume: 94; 1999; 120 pp; Softcover MSC: Primary 12; 16; 13; Secondary 1.

A co-publication of the AMS and CBMS. This volume is based on lectures on division algebras given at a conference held at Colorado State University. Although division algebras are a very classical object, this book presents this classical material in a new way, highlighting current approaches and new theorems, and illuminating the connections with a variety of areas in mathematics.

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This book contains papers presented at the NSF/CBMS Regional Conference on Coordinates in Operator Algebras, held at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in May 1990. During the conference, in addition to a series of ten lectures by Paul S. Muhly (which will be published in a CBMS Regional Conference Series volume), twenty-eight lectures were delivered by conference participants on a broad range of topics of current interest in operator algebras and operator theory. Participants were encouraged to bring open problems to the conference, and, as a result, over one hundred problems and questions are scattered throughout this volume.

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