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

By Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

Contents: Preliminaries. - components of the idea of topolo- gical teams. -Integration on in the community compact areas. - In- variation functionals. - Convolutions and staff representa- tions. Characters and duality of in the neighborhood 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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RJ.. o, converges to yx and U-nH is closed, we have yXE U-nH. , His closed. 10) Theorem. Every discrete subgroup H 01 a To group G is closed. Proof. Let U be a neighborhood of e in G such that UnH = {e}. 7), thereisaneighborhood Vof e such that V- e U. 8). 9) now implies that H is closed. g) shows. 10) also obtains. 11) Theorem. Let G be a To group and H a subgroup 01 G that is locally compact in its relative topology. Then H is closed. Proof. Let U be a neighborhood of e in G such that U- n H is compact as a subset of H, and therefore as a subset of G.

Then x, yE V, so that xyEV 2 C U. Hence xyEH. Similarly x-1EH if xEH. To see that H is closed, let a be any element of G that is not in H. Then aEf U for some UEd. Let li;. nV2 ; then VV-1c U. Hence if (aV) n V =1=0, wehave aEVV-1c U, acontradiction. Hence wehaveaEa Vc H', andH' is accordingly open. That is, H is closed. Suppose that (iv) holds and let aEH and xEG. For UEd, let VEd be such that xVx-1cU. Plainly xax-1ExVx-1CU, and since UEd is arbitrary, we have xa x-1EH. Hence H is anormal subgroup.

Let d be a lamily 01 neighborhoods 01 e in a topological group G such that: (i) lor each UEd, there is a VEd such that V 2 c U; (ii) lor each UEd, there is a VEd such that V-1c U; (iii) lor each U, VEd, there is a WEd such that Wc un V. Let H=n{U: UEd}. Then His a closed subgroup 01 G. 11 in addition, (iv) lor every UEd and xEG, there is a VEd such that xV x-1c U, then His anormal subgroup 01 G. Proof. Suppose that x, YEH and that U Ed. Let VEd be such that V 2 c U. Then x, yE V, so that xyEV 2 C U.