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For any p e S(A),pc e S(AC) and pc\R(Ac) = 0 obviously. , pc(a) = pc(a),Va €ae AC/R(AC). , \\p\\ < K. D. 9. Let A b e a real Banach * algebra with identity. The following * representation {7r„ = ©pes^TTp, Hu = ®pes(A)Hp} is called the universal * representation of A. References. 4 [1], [27], [30], [35], [36], [40], [41], [53]. 1. Let A be a real Banach * algebra. A * representation {IT, H} of A is said to be topologically irreducible, if E = {0} or H are the only closed (real) linear subspaces of H which satisfy -K{a)E C E,\/a € A.

Let A be a hermitian real Banach * algebra. *(A). Consequently, if A is also * semi-simple, then A is semi-simple. Proof. If 7r is any * representation of A, then ||7r(a)|| < p(a), Va € A. Thus, p-^O) C kervr, and p _ 1 (0) C R*. Real Banach * Algebras 49 Let a € R. Then a*a & R. 6 that a(a*a) = a(a*a) n R = {0}. Therefore, p(a) = r(a*a)? , R C p _ 1 (0). 3. D. Let A be a real Banach * algebra. (i) J S(A) =£

A is said to be hermitian, if a(h) C R, V7i e AH = {a 6 A\a* = a } , A is said to be skew-hermitian, if a(k) C iR,\/k € AK = {fl£ A\a* = —a}. 3. Let A be an abelian real Banach * algebra. , p* — p,\/p G fi; (5) each maximal regular ideal of A is *-closed; (6) the Gelfand transform Y : A —> Co(fl, —) is a * homomorphism, where / ' ( • ) = 7 0 ) . V / G C 0 ( n , - ) ; (7) A is hermitian and r(a)2 = r(a*a),Va 6 A. Proof. The equivalences of (1), (2) and (3) are obvious. (3) -$=> (4) follows from the complex case ([1]).