Generalized analytic functions and analytic subalgebras
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Two-sheeted analogues of the corona theorem are given for algebras of arbitrary bounded continuous functions in the open disk with angular boundary values from analytic subalgebras. The fundamental result is the description of the structure of the space of the maximal ideals of such algebras in the case of an arbitrary analytic subalgebra.
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