7 edition of **Topological groups** found in the catalog.

Topological groups

L. S. PontriНЎagin

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Published
**1939** by Princeton University Press, H. Milford, Oxford university press in Princeton, London .

Written in English

- Topology,
- Continuous groups

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 295-296.

Statement | by L. Pontrjagin... Translated from the Russian by Emma Lehmer. |

Series | Princeton mathematical series ... 2 |

Contributions | Lehmer, Emma, 1906- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA611 .P62 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | ix, 299 p. |

Number of Pages | 299 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL6402341M |

LC Control Number | 40011265 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 840257 |

Some topological groups can be viewed as infinite dimensional Lie groups ; this phrase is best understood informally, to include several different families of examples. The unitary dual is known in many cases such as SL 2,Rbut not all. It is locally compact if given the discrete topology. For example, the dual group of the integers Z is the circle group S1, while the group R of real numbers is isomorphic to its own dual.

Moreover, a brief introduction to topological groups has been added in addition to exercises and solved problems throughout the text. The irreducible unitary representations of a locally compact group may be infinite-dimensional. Every locally compact group G has a good supply of irreducible unitary representations; for example, enough representations to distinguish the points of G the Gelfand—Raikov theorem. The rationale for an introduction to the theory of Hilbert space, rather than a detailed study of Hilbert space theory itself, resides in the very high mathematical difficulty of even the simplest physical case. As a result, the solution to Hilbert's fifth problem reduces the classification of topological groups that are topological manifolds to an algebraic problem, albeit a complicated problem in general.

The decomposition is essentially unique if G is of Type Iwhich includes the most important examples such as abelian groups and semisimple Lie groups. First, every compact group understood to be Hausdorff is an inverse limit of compact Lie groups. In Stock Overview InDavid Hilbert asked whether each locally euclidean topological group admits a Lie group structure. Topics include the Stone-Weierstrass Approximation Theorem, extensions and completions of topological groups, topological rings and fields, extension and completion of uniform spaces, uniform continuity and uniform convergence, metric spaces, and metritization.

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Hilbert's fifth problem asked whether a topological group G that is a topological manifold must be a Lie group. For example, the fundamental group of a topological group G is abelian. It follows that there is a local base of compact neighborhoods at every point.

Much of topology is devoted to handling in? The group G is isomorphic in the homotopy category to the loop space of BG; that implies various restrictions on the homotopy type of G.

As a uniform space, every topological group is completely regular. As a result, the solution to Hilbert's fifth problem reduces the classification of topological groups that are topological manifolds to an algebraic problem, albeit a complicated problem in general.

Personal information is secured with SSL technology. Conversely, every locally compact subgroup of a Hausdorff group is closed. Furthermore, every connected locally compact group is an inverse limit of connected Lie groups.

Graev and S. Much of topology is devoted to handling in? The product of a family of locally compact groups is locally compact if and only if all but a finite number of factors are actually compact. Compromises must be found between full rigor and practical use of the instruments.

Introduction This chapter contains the preliminary and somewhat elementary facts of general spaces and groups. One important case is an inverse limit of finite groups, called a profinite group. LCA groups form an exact categorywith admissible monomorphisms being closed subgroups and admissible epimorphisms being topological quotient maps.

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