By Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

This booklet is a continuation of quantity I of an analogous name [Grund lehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften, Band one hundred fifteen ]. We continually 1 1. The textbook actual and cite definitions and effects from quantity summary research by way of E. HEWITT and okay. R. STROMBERG [Berlin · Gottin gen ·Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag 1965], which seemed among the ebook of the 2 volumes of this paintings, comprises many general proof from research. We use this booklet as a handy reference for such evidence, and denote it within the textual content by way of RAAA. so much readers can have basically occasional desire truly to learn in RAAA. Our target during this quantity is to provide an important components of harmonic research on compact teams and on in the neighborhood compact Abelian teams. We care for common in the community compact teams merely the place they're the common surroundings for what we're contemplating, or the place one or one other team offers an invaluable counterexample. Readers who're merely in compact teams might learn as follows: § 27, Appendix D, §§ 28-30 [omitting subheads (30.6)-(30.60)ifdesired], (31.22)-(31.25), §§ 32, 34-38, forty four. Readers who're in basic terms in in the neighborhood compact Abelian teams may well learn as follows: §§ 31-33, 39-42, chosen Mis cellaneous Theorems and Examples in §§34-38. For all readers, § forty three is fascinating yet not obligatory. evidently we haven't been in a position to hide all of harmonic analysis.

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42) Theorem. Let p be a nonzero measure in M(G). Then there exist a aEI and a coordinate function uY'J such that (i) f ;w dp =f=O. G If fE2t(G) and f=I=O, then there is a uY'J such that (ii) f;w/(x)f(x) dx=f:O. G §27. Unitary representations of compact groups 27 Proof. Suppose that (i) fails. Then by linearity we have f 'ip dp. pEX(G). pEX(G). 39), (1), and the continuity of the mapping 1-+ f I dp. =O (2) G for all jEfi,(G). =O. The second assertion follows by applying (i) to the measure dp. =fdA..

T, = T, J!. , spans a dense subspace of H. ,. ,=f={O}. ,-dimensional V-invariant subspaces on each of which V is equal to a representation in the class u. , of u. Let be the coordinate functions of u in this basis. c), so that the coordinate functions forU<"> in the basis {C1 , Ca •... , Co~cr} areuW. ,. Then we have J!. E=E =f=O and hence uW TXlJ E=f= 0. Since T is a representation of ~(G) and X4 = L""~~~, r-1 we find that T~fE'=f=O (5) for some kE{1, 2, ... ,}. LetusnowcomputetheoperatorV.

The number y(/) is equal to the character XA(f). (d) The self-representation A of ® contains the identity representation m times. ] (e) If ® is 2-fold transitive, then the self-representation A of@ has exactly two irreducible components. [For a 2-fold transitive group ®, the number l of part (b) is equal to 2. Write A as the direct sum p1 U<1> Ef) • • • Ef) Ps u<•>, where the P;'s are positive integers and the u*•s are irreducible unitary representations of ®. iv) shows, I± ± 1: (xAV)) 2 = /EIYJ 1: ;-1 P; xum (f)r= (;-1 P') <8J. *