## Topological structures in Colombeau algebras: topological ˜ C-modules and duality theory

Venue: | Acta. Appl. Math |

Citations: | 22 - 9 self |

### BibTeX

@ARTICLE{Garetto_topologicalstructures,

author = {Claudia Garetto},

title = {Topological structures in Colombeau algebras: topological ˜ C-modules and duality theory},

journal = {Acta. Appl. Math},

year = {},

pages = {2005}

}

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### Abstract

We study modules over the ring ˜ C of complex generalized numbers from a topological point of view, introducing the notions of ˜ C-linear topology and locally convex ˜ C-linear topology. In this context particular attention is given to completeness, continuity of ˜ C-linear maps and elements of duality theory for topological ˜ C-modules. As main examples we consider various Colombeau algebras of generalized functions. Key words: modules over the ring of complex generalized numbers, algebras of generalized functions, topology, duality theory

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