 About 4,050 results  books.google.com Volume 449, 2008 Thoughts about George Mackey and his Imprimitivity Theorem
A. A. Kirillov To the memory of G. W. Mackey Abstract. In this paper I tell the story
of my acquaintance with George Mackey as mathematician and as a man. Next ... 

 books.google.com Mackey's Imprimitivity Theorem In our discussion thus far we have mainly
considered Borel actions with no quasiinvariant measure. To consider group
actions with quasiinvariant measure, we need a different notion of equivalence.
Two G ... 

 books.google.com COMMUTATIVE SYSTEMS OF COVARIANCE AND A GENERALIZATION OF
MACKEY'S IMPRIMITIVITY THEOREM BY S. TWAREQUE ALI ABSTRACT. Two
results are obtained in this paper. The first is a generalization of the imprimitivity ... 

 books.google.com Originally, imprimitivity theorems, such as Mackey's Imprimitivity Theorem, were
meant to tell us which representations of a locally compact group G are induced
from a closed subgroup H. Rieffel's theory of Morita equivalence allows us to ... 

 books.google.com Theorem 17]), so we shall call it Green's imprimitivity theorem for induced
algebras. ... we call Green's imprimitivity theorem for induced representations,
since it was used by Green to develop a very strong version of Mackey's
imprimitivity B.1. 

 books.google.com H. If E is a PVM then the set is a system of imprimitivity.45 Systems of imprimitivity
have important properties, in part summarized by Mackey's imprimitivity theorem.
My discussion here will follow that of Mackey [1996], emphasizing the structure ... 

 books.google.com Mackey's imprimitivity theorem states that if there exists a transitive system of
imprimitivity E for a given representation of ... H unique to within unitary
equivalence, such that E is unitarily equivalent to the canonical system of
imprimitivity for UL. 

 books.google.com In view of these discoveries we decided to orient the present work toward the
Imprimitivity Theorem and the normal subgroup analysis in the nonseparable
context, using the results of Loomis, Blattner, and Glimm rather than Mackey's
original ... 

 books.google.com of imprimitivity, and, as asserted in Theorem 4.2.2, this system of imprimitivity
actually determines the representation. Before coming to ... The precise sense in
which this is to be understood is brought out by the next theorem, due to Mackey
... 

 books.google.com The Stonevon Neumann Theorem answers these questions affirmatively in the
case of a single free particle, in the sense that all ... Mackey's Imprimitivity
Theorem, the foundation of this work, can be stated in way that immediately
generalizes ... 

 