Set in Chicago at the turn of the 19th Century, Phil Arnold's second novel is a gripping coming of age tale. New technology is forcing man off the farms and into the cities. It is against this background of transition from agrarian to urban life, that one man strives to find spirituality in a seemingly ruthless world. Born to a life of privilege, Gunther Eckert nevertheless has compassion for the less fortunate, and recognizes that everybody is somebody. Gunther's fate becomes desperate after a family tragedy, but he does not despair. Instead he seeks his ultimate destination, and finds it with the advent of golf in America.
This volume contains the proceedings of the AMS Special Session Operator Algebras and Their Applications: A Tribute to Richard V. Kadison, held from January 10-11, 2015, in San Antonio, Texas. Richard V. Kadison has been a towering figure in the study of operator algebras for more than 65 years. His research and leadership in the field have been fundamental in the development of the subject, and his influence continues to be felt though his work and the work of his many students, collaborators, and mentees. Among the topics addressed in this volume are the Kadison-Kaplanksy conjecture, classification of $C^*$-algebras, connections between operator spaces and parabolic induction, spectral flow, $C^*$-algebra actions, von Neumann algebras, and applications to mathematical physics.
During the last few decades the ideas, methods, and results of the theory of Boolean algebras have played an increasing role in various branches of mathematics and cybernetics.
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