## Harmonic analysis: proceedings of a conference held at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, April 20-30, 1981 |

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### Contents

A W KHAPP and B SPEH | 1 |

CARRUTH McGEHEE | 39 |

A BAERNSTEIN II | 48 |

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admissible representation algebra Amer apply argument assume Banach Bochner-Riesz means bounded operator Carleson characterization coefficients commutative compact complex condition conjugate consider convergence Corollary cubes Q defined denote discrete series E.M. Stein equivalent ergodic estimate exists Fefferman finite formula Fourier series Fourier transform function f given Hardy spaces Harmonic Analysis Helson-Szego Hence Hilbert transform holds implies infinitesimal character infinitesimally unitary interpolation sets intertwining operator K-finite K-type Koebe function L(H)-valued Langlands Langlands classification LCA group Lemma Let F Let G log+ martingales Math matrix measure maximal function Muckenhoupt multiplier obtain operational calculus parabolic subgroup positive problem Proc proof of Theorem Proposition proved real-valued rectangles regular martingales result Riesz satisfies scalar semisimple sequence singular integral space Suppose tempered representations theory Toeplitz kernel twisted convolution unitary representations vector weak type Weighted norm inequalities