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By Paulsen V.I., Singh D.

The classical inequality of Bohr pertaining to Taylor coeficients of bounded holomorphic services at the unit disk, has proved to be of importance in answering within the detrimental the conjecture that if the non-unital von Neuman inequality held for a Banach algebra then it used to be unavoidably an operator algebra. the following we offer a slightly brief and simple facts of the inequality.

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