Category: Topological groups

Noncommutative harmonic analysis
In mathematics, noncommutative harmonic analysis is the field in which results from Fourier analysis are extended to topological groups that are not commutative. Since locally compact abelian groups h
Cantor cube
In mathematics, a Cantor cube is a topological group of the form {0, 1}A for some index set A. Its algebraic and topological structures are the group direct product and product topology over the cycli
Almost periodic function
In mathematics, an almost periodic function is, loosely speaking, a function of a real number that is periodic to within any desired level of accuracy, given suitably long, well-distributed "almost-pe
Locally compact abelian group
In several mathematical areas, including harmonic analysis, topology, and number theory, locally compact abelian groups are abelian groups which have a particularly convenient topology on them. For ex
No small subgroup
In mathematics, especially in topology, a topological group is said to have no small subgroup if there exists a neighborhood of the identity that contains no nontrivial subgroup of An abbreviation '"N
In mathematics, a protorus is a compact connected topological abelian group. Equivalently, it is a projective limit of tori (products of a finite number of copies of the circle group), or the Pontryag
Restricted product
In mathematics, the restricted product is a construction in the theory of topological groups. Let be an index set; a finite subset of . If is a locally compact group for each , and is an open compact
Tannaka–Krein duality
In mathematics, Tannaka–Krein duality theory concerns the interaction of a compact topological group and its category of linear representations. It is a natural extension of Pontryagin duality, betwee
Prosolvable group
In mathematics, more precisely in algebra, a prosolvable group (less common: prosoluble group) is a group that is isomorphic to the inverse limit of an inverse system of solvable groups. Equivalently,
Topological ring
In mathematics, a topological ring is a ring that is also a topological space such that both the addition and the multiplication are continuous as maps: where carries the product topology. That means
Loop group
In mathematics, a loop group is a group of loops in a topological group G with multiplication defined pointwise.
Chabauty topology
In mathematics, the Chabauty topology is a certain topological structure introduced in 1950 by Claude Chabauty, on the set of all closed subgroups of a locally compact group G. The intuitive idea may
Mautner's lemma
In mathematics, Mautner's lemma in representation theory states that if G is a topological group and π a unitary representation of G on a Hilbert space H, then for any x in G, which has conjugates yxy
Bohr compactification
In mathematics, the Bohr compactification of a topological group G is a compact Hausdorff topological group H that may be canonically associated to G. Its importance lies in the reduction of the theor
Positive real numbers
In mathematics, the set of positive real numbers, is the subset of those real numbers that are greater than zero. The non-negative real numbers, also include zero. Although the symbols and are ambiguo
Topological group
In mathematics, topological groups are logically the combination of groups and topological spaces, i.e. they are groups and topological spaces at the same time, such that the continuity condition for
Linear topology
In algebra, a linear topology on a left -module is a topology on that is invariant under translations and admits a fundamental system of neighborhood of that consists of submodules of If there is such
Kazhdan's property (T)
In mathematics, a locally compact topological group G has property (T) if the trivial representation is an isolated point in its unitary dual equipped with the Fell topology. Informally, this means th
One-parameter group
In mathematics, a one-parameter group or one-parameter subgroup usually means a continuous group homomorphism from the real line (as an additive group) to some other topological group . If is injectiv
Peter–Weyl theorem
In mathematics, the Peter–Weyl theorem is a basic result in the theory of harmonic analysis, applying to topological groups that are compact, but are not necessarily abelian. It was initially proved b
Quasiregular representation
This article addresses the notion of quasiregularity in the context of representation theory and topological algebra. For other notions of quasiregularity in mathematics, see the disambiguation page q
Hilbert–Smith conjecture
In mathematics, the Hilbert–Smith conjecture is concerned with the transformation groups of manifolds; and in particular with the limitations on topological groups G that can act effectively (faithful
Direct sum of topological groups
In mathematics, a topological group is called the topological direct sum of two subgroups and if the map is a topological isomorphism, meaning that it is a homeomorphism and a group isomorphism.
Identity component
In mathematics, specifically group theory, the identity component of a group G refers to several closely related notions of the largest connected subgroup of G containing the identity element. In poin
Adelic algebraic group
In abstract algebra, an adelic algebraic group is a semitopological group defined by an algebraic group G over a number field K, and the adele ring A = A(K) of K. It consists of the points of G having
Continuous group action
In topology, a continuous group action on a topological space X is a group action of a topological group G that is continuous: i.e., is a continuous map. Together with the group action, X is called a
Discontinuous group
A discontinuous group is a mathematical concept relating to mappings in topological space.
Pro-p group
In mathematics, a pro-p group (for some prime number p) is a profinite group such that for any open normal subgroup the quotient group is a p-group. Note that, as profinite groups are compact, the ope
Topological abelian group
In mathematics, a topological abelian group, or TAG, is a topological group that is also an abelian group.That is, a TAG is both a group and a topological space, the group operations are continuous, a
Descendant tree (group theory)
In mathematics, specifically group theory, a descendant tree is a hierarchical structure that visualizes parent-descendant relations between isomorphism classes of finite groups of prime power order ,
Locally profinite group
In mathematics, a locally profinite group is a Hausdorff topological group in which every neighborhood of the identity element contains a compact open subgroup. Equivalently, a locally profinite group
Semitopological group
In mathematics, a semitopological group is a topological space with a group action that is continuous with respect to each variable considered separately. It is a weakening of the concept of a topolog
Covering group
In mathematics, a covering group of a topological group H is a covering space G of H such that G is a topological group and the covering map p : G → H is a continuous group homomorphism. The map p is
Totally disconnected group
In mathematics, a totally disconnected group is a topological group that is totally disconnected. Such topological groups are necessarily Hausdorff. Interest centres on locally compact totally disconn
Topological module
In mathematics, a topological module is a module over a topological ring such that scalar multiplication and addition are continuous.
Amenable group
In mathematics, an amenable group is a locally compact topological group G carrying a kind of averaging operation on bounded functions that is invariant under translation by group elements. The origin
Von Neumann conjecture
In mathematics, the von Neumann conjecture stated that a group G is non-amenable if and only if G contains a subgroup that is a free group on two generators. The conjecture was disproved in 1980. In 1
Compact group
In mathematics, a compact (topological) group is a topological group whose topology realizes it as a compact topological space (when an element of the group is operated on, the result is also within t
Solenoid (mathematics)
In mathematics, a solenoid is a compact connected topological space (i.e. a continuum) that may be obtained as the inverse limit of an inverse system of topological groups and continuous homomorphisms
Monothetic group
In mathematics, a monothetic group is a topological group with a dense cyclic subgroup. They were introduced by Van Dantzig. An example is the additive group of p-adic integers, in which the integers
Haar measure
In mathematical analysis, the Haar measure assigns an "invariant volume" to subsets of locally compact topological groups, consequently defining an integral for functions on those groups. This measure
Principal homogeneous space
In mathematics, a principal homogeneous space, or torsor, for a group G is a homogeneous space X for G in which the stabilizer subgroup of every point is trivial. Equivalently, a principal homogeneous
Extension of a topological group
In mathematics, more specifically in topological groups, an extension of topological groups, or a topological extension, is a short exact sequence where and are topological groups and and are continuo
Paratopological group
In mathematics, a paratopological group is a topological semigroup that is algebraically a group. In other words, it is a group G with a topology such that the group's product operation is a continuou
System of imprimitivity
The concept of system of imprimitivity is used in mathematics, particularly in algebra and analysis, both within the context of the theory of group representations. It was used by George Mackey as the
Topological semigroup
In mathematics, a topological semigroup is a semigroup that is simultaneously a topological space, and whose semigroup operation is continuous. Every topological group is a topological semigroup.
Homogeneous space
In mathematics, particularly in the theories of Lie groups, algebraic groups and topological groups, a homogeneous space for a group G is a non-empty manifold or topological space X on which G acts tr
Fundamental domain
Given a topological space and a group acting on it, the images of a single point under the group action form an orbit of the action. A fundamental domain or fundamental region is a subset of the space
Maximal compact subgroup
In mathematics, a maximal compact subgroup K of a topological group G is a subgroup K that is a compact space, in the subspace topology, and maximal amongst such subgroups. Maximal compact subgroups p
Profinite group
In mathematics, a profinite group is a topological group that is in a certain sense assembled from a system of finite groups. The idea of using a profinite group is to provide a "uniform", or "synopti
Homeomorphism group
In mathematics, particularly topology, the homeomorphism group of a topological space is the group consisting of all homeomorphisms from the space to itself with function composition as the group oper
Schwartz–Bruhat function
In mathematics, a Schwartz–Bruhat function, named after Laurent Schwartz and François Bruhat, is a complex valued function on a locally compact abelian group, such as the adeles, that generalizes a Sc
Compactly generated group
In mathematics, a compactly generated (topological) group is a topological group G which is algebraically generated by one of its compact subsets. This should not be confused with the unrelated notion
Locally compact group
In mathematics, a locally compact group is a topological group G for which the underlying topology is locally compact and Hausdorff. Locally compact groups are important because many examples of group
Kronecker's theorem
In mathematics, Kronecker's theorem is a theorem about diophantine approximation, introduced by Leopold Kronecker. Kronecker's approximation theorem had been firstly proved by L. Kronecker in the end