By Bernard Aupetit
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If f has no zero on Spx then g = 1/f is holomorphic on a neighbourhood S1 1 of Spx. If necessary we can replace r by a contour r1 c I1 surrounding Spx. We have f (A)g(A) = 1 on r1 and consequently, applying (ii) and (iii) for r1 and Its, we get f (x)g(x) = 1. Thus f (x) is invertible in A. On the other hand, if f (a) = 0 for some a E Spx, then there exists h E H(St) such that f (A) = (a - A)h(A) on It, and consequently f(x) = (al - x)h(z). But al - x is not invertible, so f(x) is not invertible.
So we have Spp = (0, 1) for a non-trivial projection p. REMARK. 10. Let A be a Banach algebra. Suppose that x, y E A satisfy xy = yx. 8 (iii), we conclude that PROOF. p(xy) = lim II(xy)nlll/n <- n-oo lim IIx"II1/" n-oo lim IIynII'/" = P(x)P(y). n-+oo Let a > p(x), p > p(y) and a = x/a, b = y/fl. Then p(a) < 1 and p(b) < 1. So there exists some integer N such that n > N implies max(IIa2" II, 11b 2' II) < 1. Defining yn = omaax" IIakII . IIb2"-1lk, we have 1/z" xky2"-k II(x+y)2"II'/2" = < n ; (2) akp2"-kIIakII 1Y" .
0 This implies in particular the non-trivial fact that an invertible n x n matrix is an exponential (obviously the converse is true). Let A be a Banach algebra. We denote by exp(A) the set of all products of exponentials eXt .. e", where x1, ... , x E A. It is obvious that exp(A) C G(A). But t -+ e`=, - e`s is a continuous function from 10, 11 into G(A) which connects 1 and esl ... es^. So in fact exp(A) is included in the connected component of G(A) containing 1, which is denoted by G1(A) and is called the principal component of G(A).
A Primer on Spectral Theory by Bernard Aupetit