Topological characterizations of amenability and congeniality of bases
A basis B over an innite dimensional F-algebra A is called amenable if FB, the direct product indexed by B of copies of the eld F, can be made into an A-module in a natural way. (Mutual) congeniality is a relation that serves to identify cases when different amenable bases yield isomorphic A-modules.
(Not necessarily mutual) congeniality between amenable bases yields an epimorphism of the modules they induce. We prove that this epimorphism is one-to-one only if the congeniality is mutual, thus establishing a precise distinction between the two notions.
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