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|... 80 lexicographic order 4 Lie algebra cohomology 180 Lie's Theorem 320 |
liminaire 304,335 locally compact space 492 locally continuous semi-norm 480
locally finite 125 Mackey's Imprimitivity Theorem 437 Mackey's Orbital Analysis
|... Mackey-Shoda Criteria 362, 363, 424 - -, multiplier realization 374 — —, |
reciprocity theorems for 430, 431 – –, unitary ... 255 Mackey's Imprimitivity
Theorem 437 Mackey's Orbital Analysis 439, 440 — — —, examples of 440, 441,
442, 443, ...
|First, we construct a C*-bundle (bundle of C*-algebras) E = E(G,X) over the orbit |
space X, such that C*(G,X) a rU(E), the ... To see why X is a reasonable base
space for E(G,X), recall that Mackey's orbital analysis classifies the irreducible ...
|Banach *-Algebraic Bundles, Induced Representations, and the Generalized |
Mackey Analysis J. M.G. Fell, R. S. Doran ... to the space of those elements of 3
which are associated with a single orbit (at least under favorable general
|We now analyze the unitary representations of O(m, n). R” with this property |
using Mackey's orbit method. Fix a non-trivial additive character of the field R.
The Pontrjagin dual of the vector space V = R” can be firstly identified with its
linear dual ...
|It follows that there is a link between the Mackey orbital analysis on the one hand |
and the Kirillov coadjoint orbit theory for simply connected nilpotent Lie groups
on the other hand. References Mackey, G.W. : Induced representations of groups
|It serves two purposes: On the one hand we need Mackey's theory to obtain an |
explicit description of the Plancherel ... G is a semidirect product G = TV x H, the
H-y can be identified with subgroups of H. The associated dual orbit is denoted
|This can be utilized to find periodic orbits and, therefore, analyze an unknown |
system. ... 26.5 Results of the Application of the Controller to the Mackey-Glass
Oscillator In this section the results will be discussed in a similar way as in the ...
|have a Zariski-open orbit on V. In such an eventuality, the quotient space V/H |
would, from a measure-theoretic point of view ... unipotent radical and requires
the integration of the orbital parameters into the Mackey Machine that was
effected by ...
|So the method of Mackey has to be supplemented by a systematic use of |
analysis of linear operators between function spaces. ... There are two cases:
when there are finitely or countably many orbits, and when there are “moduli” for
the orbits; ...