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This quantity includes the lawsuits of the 10th overseas convention on p-adic and Non-Archimedean research, held at Michigan kingdom collage in East Lansing, Michigan, on June 30-July three, 2008. This quantity additionally incorporates a kaleidoscope of papers in response to a number of of the extra very important talks offered on the assembly. It presents a state-of-the-art connection to a couple of an important fresh advancements within the box. via a mix of survey papers, examine articles, and huge references to previous paintings, this quantity permits the reader to speedy achieve an summary of present job within the box and develop into accustomed to some of the contemporary sub-branches of its improvement

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47-75 ( 1962). C. Sarmant and A. Escassut,. T-suites idempotentes. Bull. Sci. Math. 289-303, (1982). [19] M. Van Der Put. The Non-Archimedean Corona Problem. Table Ronde Anal. non Archimedienne, Bull. Soc. Math. M´ emoire 39-40, p. 287-317 (1974). fr This page intentionally left blank Contemporary Mathematics Volume 508, 2010 Vector-valued p-adic measures Athanasios K. Katsaras Abstract. For a separating algebra R of subsets of a set X and E a Hausdorff non-Archimedean locally convex space, we study the space M (R, E) of all E-valued bounded finitely-additive measures on R as well as its subspaces Mσ (R, E) and Mτ (R, E) of all σ-additive and all τ -additive members, respectively.

I,j j=0 mj αij βi,q (Zq ). i=0 where Qj (Zq ) = 30 18 BERTIN Bertin DIARRA Diarra m0 m0 One has w(1) = Q0 (Zq )(1) = αi,0 βi,q (Zq )(1) = i=0 αi,0 Ψi,q (X) and w(1) = i=0 sup |αi,0 | ≤ w . And by induction, one proves that w = max Qj (X) 0≤j≤n 0≤i≤m0 = max max |αij | 0≤j≤n 0≤i≤mj This means that ∇jq [j]q ! ∇jq [j]q ! βi,q (Zq ) ∇jq [j]q ! is an orthogonal family in L(K{X}) (i,j)∈N×N and it is a linear basis of Wc,q . One then sees that the algebra Wc,q . is isomorphic to the quantum Weyl algebra Aq .

3: Let ψ ∈ M ult(A, . ) be a norm. If ψ is not a circular filter F on D, of diameter r < 1, such that ψ = ϕF . , there exists On the other hand, each coroner maximal ideal is the kernel of some coroner continuous multiplicative semi-norm of A. 4: Let M be a coroner maximal ideal of A. Then M is not null. 5: M ult0 (A, . ) is included in the closure of M ulta (A, . ). On the other hand, using Theorems 27 and 29, we can prove Theorem 30: Theorem 30: Let K be spherically complete and M be a regular coroner maximal ideal.

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