Abstract Harmonic Analysis: Volume 1: Structure of by Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

By Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

Contents: Preliminaries. - components of the speculation of topolo- gical teams. -Integration on in the community compact areas. - In- variation functionals. - Convolutions and workforce representa- tions. Characters and duality of in the community compact Abelian teams. - Appendix: Abelian teams. Topological linear spa- ces. advent to normed algebras. - Bibliography. - In- dex of symbols. - Index of authors and phrases.

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1) shows that (AH)jH and Aj(A n H) are isomorphie, the mapping T defined by T (aH) = a (A n H) being an isomorphism. The mapping T does not need to be a homeomorphism, however, and in fact simple examples show that (A H)jH and Aj(A nH) may be nonhomeomorphic. ] The isomorphism T is always an open mapping, however, and under some circumstances it is a homeomorphism. We describe the situation precisely in the following two theorems. 32) Theorem. Let G be a topologie al group, A a subgroup of G, andH anormal subgroup ofG.

01 37 G onto GjH is an open Proof. 4) and hence q;(U)={uH:UEU} is open in GjH. 0 It is easy to see thatthe natural mapping q; of G onto GjH need not be a closed mapping: q;(A) may be nonclosed in GjH for closed subsets A of G. A simple example is provided by the additive group R and RjZ. Every coset x Z in R contains the number x - [x] [[x] is the integral part of x] and no other ,number in [0,1[. Thus [0,1 [ can be taken as the space RjZ. It is not hard to see that the topology imposed on [0,1 [ as a model of the space RjZ is the following.

J (g) Let G be a topologieal group and H anormal subgroup of G. Then GJl1" is topologically isomorphie with (GJH)J{H}-, where {H}- is the closure in GJH of the identity element H. J (h) Let G be a topological group with a compact normal subgroup H such that GJH is compactly generated. Then G itself is compactly generated. [Let cp be the natural mapping of G onto GJH and suppose that {xH:XEA} is a eompact subset of GJH that generates GJH. a), AH is eompaet. J (i) Let G be a locally eompact group and H anormal subgroup of G.

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