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Jul 26 |
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Non-Abelian Fourier Analysis
You may want to read the paper "L'algebre de Fourier d'un groupe localement compact" by P. Eymard. It doesn't give you inversion formula, but it is the C*-algebraic framework generalizing Fourier analysis to non-abelian groups. |
Jul 22 |
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Noncommutative HKR theorem
A long time ago, I read something about it in Loday's book "cyclic homology", see Section 3.4. |
Jul 18 |
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Specific Reference? Noncommutative topology and C^* algebras
I doubt if there is a single reference for all the entries of the table in the above link. Perhaps, you should try to understand the Gelfand duality first and then try to prove these equivalences. |
Jul 17 |
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Motivation behind the definition of hochschild cohomology
Hochschild (co)homology can be used to computed (co)homology of groups, see my post here. |
Jul 13 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jul 13 |
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Reading Papers in a Language you don't Speak
So maybe the dictionaries in the above link helps you for now. |
Jul 13 |
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Reading Papers in a Language you don't Speak
Added a link to some dictionaries. |
Jul 13 |
answered | Reading Papers in a Language you don't Speak |
Jul 7 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Jul 7 |
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What are the best settings for the large scale geometry of locally compact groups?
The first item has already been discussed in the comments. |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 20 |
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Characterization of ideals in the bounded operators
In fact, every non-zero two sided ideal of $B(H)$ contains the ideal of finite rank operators. |
Jun 8 |
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Algebraic K-theory can be seen as a generalization of Linear algebra?
I think half of mathematics can be thought as a generalization of Linear algebra. You can get a better answer if you specify your question a little bit more! |
May 21 |
awarded | Yearling |
May 6 |
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Is two years without a referee report normal?
See also my question which is related to your problem at the following page: academia.stackexchange.com/q/8574/4511 |
May 6 |
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Is two years without a referee report normal?
Although you have already got some insightful comments and answers here, your question fits better in academia.stackexchange.com. |
Apr 6 |
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Is the space of *-homomorphisms between two $C^*$-algebras locally path connected
It is not a counterexample for the question, because any discrete space is locally path connected. |
Apr 6 |
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Is the space of *-homomorphisms between two $C^*$-algebras locally path connected
There is an ambiguity in your question. In your question $\epsilon$ is independent of $f$ and $G$. But the locally path connected means for every homomorphism $f$, there is an $\epsilon>0$ such that if $g$ is a homomorphism and $d(f,g)<\epsilon$, then there is a continuous homotopy between $f$ and $g$. If this second version is what you mean, you should edit your question. |
Apr 6 |
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Lattices in general totally disconnected locally compact groups
@HJRW: Yes, you are right, unless the other summand is a discrete group. |
Apr 5 |
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Lattices in general totally disconnected locally compact groups
I am wondering can one reduce simplicity with the condition that there is no open normal subgroup in the TDLC group? Is it still an interesting (and non-trivial) question to look for TDLC groups without lattices? |