## Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
/ v.127 no.5. 1999, pp.1567-1570

Author :
Beneker, Paul ; Wiegerinck, Jan

Abstract :
In this paper we show that the unit ball of an infinite dimensional function algebra has no strongly exposed points.

Keyword :
Primary 46E99 . Secondary 46J10 . Strongly exposed point . Function algebra

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