## A First Course in Harmonic AnalysisThe second part of the book concludes with Plancherel’s theorem in Chapter 8. This theorem is a generalization of the completeness of the Fourier series, as well as of Plancherel’s theorem for the real line. The third part of the book is intended to provide the reader with a ?rst impression of the world of non-commutative harmonic analysis. Chapter 9 introduces methods that are used in the analysis of matrix groups, such as the theory of the exponential series and Lie algebras. These methods are then applied in Chapter 10 to arrive at a clas- ?cation of the representations of the group SU(2). In Chapter 11 we give the Peter-Weyl theorem, which generalizes the completeness of the Fourier series in the context of compact non-commutative groups and gives a decomposition of the regular representation as a direct sum of irreducibles. The theory of non-compact non-commutative groups is represented by the example of the Heisenberg group in Chapter 12. The regular representation in general decomposes as a direct integral rather than a direct sum. For the Heisenberg group this decomposition is given explicitly. Acknowledgements: I thank Robert Burckel and Alexander Schmidt for their most useful comments on this book. I also thank Moshe Adrian, Mark Pavey, Jose Carlos Santos, and Masamichi Takesaki for pointing out errors in the ?rst edition. Exeter, June 2004 Anton Deitmar LEITFADEN vii Leitfaden 1 2 3 5 4 6 |

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### Contents

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Hilbert Spaces | 27 |

The Fourier Transform | 41 |

5 | 73 |

LCA Groups | 81 |

7 | 101 |

Plancherel Theorem | 111 |

9 | 129 |

2 | 141 |

11 | 149 |

The Heisenberg Group | 157 |

17 | 158 |

A The Riemann Zeta Function | 175 |

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assume bounded called Cauchy sequence CC+(G character compact group complete complex vector space compute continuous function convergent subsequence converges to f converges uniformly convolution countable deﬁne deﬁnition denote dense dual group equivalent example f G CC(G ﬁnite finite abelian group finite-dimensional ﬁrst fn converges follows Fourier series Fourier transform function f given group G group homomorphism Haar integral hence Hilbert space implies inner product interval 0,1 invariant integral isometry isomorphic L2-norm LCA group Lemma Let f Let G Let H Lie algebra Lie(G linear map locally compact Matn((C matrix group metric space natural number norm open set orthonormal basis path connected periodic function Plancherel theorem pre-Hilbert space Proof Proposition real numbers Riemann integrable satisﬁes sequence xn Show subspace tempered distribution tends to zero topology triangle inequality unique unitary representation