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Apr 9 |
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Fourier series of functions on compact groups
@Mark: if you don't specify an ordering, it is always absolute convergence, or, as the proper term is: summability. |
Mar 27 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Mar 17 |
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Approximations of the identity on Lie groups and homogenous spaces
In the book: Deitmar and Echterhoff: Principles of Harmonic Analysis, this concept is called "Dirac net", or in the case of Lie groups, "Dirac sequence". In the context of Banach algebras, it often goes as "approximate identity". |
Feb 27 |
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injective implies completion injective?
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Feb 27 |
answered | injective implies completion injective? |
Feb 24 |
accepted | Is this operator trace class? |
Feb 24 |
asked | Is this operator trace class? |
Feb 14 |
accepted | What is known about this power series? |
Feb 13 |
asked | What is known about this power series? |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
Great answer, thanks! I actually remember having heard the name Hattori-Stallings before, but somehow I didn't follow it up. |
Jan 31 |
accepted | Trace of finitely generated projective module |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
Ok, fine, but the horizontal maps are not isomorphisms. |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
There are two different zeros around. If you don't take the horizontal arrow to be the same, it won't prove the independence. |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
I still don't see how to get this square? |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
What does the square look like? |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
Oh sorry, should have been $End_A ( P )$. I changed it. |
Jan 31 |
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Trace of finitely generated projective module
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Jan 31 |
asked | Trace of finitely generated projective module |
Jan 22 |
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subsets of groups which have to be closed no matter what
@jmc: no they are not. |
Jan 22 |
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subsets of groups which have to be closed no matter what
@Alex: compatible means that the group is a topological group, i.e., the group operations are continuous. |