An Introduction to Harmonic Analysis on Semisimple Lie by V. S. Varadarajan

By V. S. Varadarajan

Now in paperback, this graduate-level textbook is a wonderful advent to the illustration idea of semi-simple Lie teams. Professor Varadarajan emphasizes the improvement of crucial subject matters within the context of distinct examples. He starts off with an account of compact teams and discusses the Harish-Chandra modules of SL(2,R) and SL(2,C). next chapters introduce the Plancherel formulation and Schwartz areas, and convey how those bring about the Harish-Chandra thought of Eisenstein integrals. the ultimate sections examine the irreducible characters of semi-simple Lie teams, and contain particular calculations of SL(2,R). The publication concludes with appendices sketching a few easy issues and with a entire advisor to additional studying. This marvelous quantity is very compatible for college kids in algebra and research, and for mathematicians requiring a readable account of the subject.

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