symmetric monoidal (∞,1)-category of spectra
A normed algebra $A$ over a field $k$ of real or complex numbers is a normed vector space equipped with an associative algebra structure, such that the algebra multiplication is continuous with respect to the norm, i.e. such that there is a positive real number $C\gt 0$ such that
for all $a,b\in A$. One can rescale the norm to another norm to get $C = 1$ (absolute value). A normed algebra whose underlying normed space is complete is called a Banach algebra.
A normed algebra with $C = 1$ is equivalently a normed division algebra. See there for more.
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