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Peak sets and Choquet boundary of a function algebra

I have two problems to ask. Let $A$ be a function algebra of $C(K)$. $t\in K$ is said to be a peak point of $A$ if $\exists~f\in A$ s.t. $|f(t)|=\|f\|$ and $|f(s)|<|f(t)|$ for any $s\neq t$. ...
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Dual of the space of affine functions

Let $M^+(D)$ be the space of all positive measures on a closed convex subset $D$ of a locally convex topological vector space $E$. Two measure $\mu, \nu\in M^+(D)$ one can define a partial ordering $\...
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Characterization of state spaces of Boolean algebras

A state space of a Boolean algebra is a Choquet simplex but not all Choquet simplices can be viewed as state spaces of Boolean algebras. Is it known which Choquet simplices are precisely state spaces ...
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Realizing certain affine functions on Choquet simplices on dimension groups

This is a question that is a bit outside my usual mathematical comfort zone, but I feel like an expert might know the answer. Recall that a dimension group is an ordered abelian group $G$ with ...
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Norms on $\mathbb{R}^d$ whose linear isometries are the hypercube group

It is a known fact that for any $2\neq p\in[1,\infty]$, the linear isometries for the corresponding norm $\|\cdot\|_p$ on $\mathbb{R}^d$ is the set of all square-matrices with entries in $\{-1,1,0\}$, ...
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SubGROUPs of Banach spaces, when are they dense in a vector subspace?

It’s relatively easy to show that if $J$ is a closed subgroup of a finite-dimensional real Banach space, $B$, then it is a vector subspace iff for all bounded linear functionals $\sigma$ of $B$, $\...
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Is there a non-compact Poulsen simplex?

A Choquet simplex is a closed, convex and metrizable subset of a locally convex Hausdorff topological vector space in which every point is a barycenter of a unique probability measure supported on the ...