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This e-book is a continuation of vol. I (Grundlehren vol. a hundred and fifteen, additionally on hand in softcover), and incorporates a distinct remedy of a few vital components of harmonic research on compact and in the community compact abelian teams. From the studies: ''This paintings goals at giving a monographic presentation of summary harmonic research, way more entire and accomplished than any e-book already latest at the subject...in reference to each challenge taken care of the publication bargains a many-sided outlook and leads as much as most recent advancements. Carefull realization can be given to the heritage of the topic, and there's an intensive bibliography...the reviewer believes that for a few years to come back this may stay the classical presentation of summary harmonic analysis.'' Publicationes Mathematicae

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A Un by lIul A ... A unll. The operator An(u) acts in An(H) according to the rule = An(U)(UI A ... A un) = UUl A ... A UU n . ) that n L (Ul A ... A U Uk··· k=1 = lIul A Un, Ul A ... A Uk ... 25) unW tr(pn (iI)upn (iI)) , where pn( it) is the orthogonal projector on the span {U1, ... ,un} in H. 5 A ... 6. 24) with Uj It=o = Uj(O). Obviously, Uj(t) are linearly independent for all t > o. 30 Attractors for the semigroups of operators Let 1'n(t1(t» := 1'n(t) be the orthogonal projector on the span of ((U1(t), ...

The space An(H) consists of the elements U1 A ... A Un with Uk E H, and the inner product in An(H) is defined by (Ul A ... A un, VI A ... ) is the inner product in H. We denote the norm of Ul A ... A Un by lIul A ... A unll. The operator An(u) acts in An(H) according to the rule = An(U)(UI A ... A un) = UUl A ... A UU n . ) that n L (Ul A ... A U Uk··· k=1 = lIul A Un, Ul A ... A Uk ... 25) unW tr(pn (iI)upn (iI)) , where pn( it) is the orthogonal projector on the span {U1, ... ,un} in H. 5 A ...

Then dimJ(A) < N. 3 applied to the operator ~, the p-th power of the operator V which is denoted now by Vi. lt is known that wk(a(Ui'U2 < wk(a(Ud)wk(a(U2» for all k > 1 and arbitrary bounded linear operators Ui , U2 • Since the differentials Up(v), v E A of the operators ~ have the form U(Vi) ... U(v p), where Vk E A, and U(Vk) is the differential of Vi, the following inequalities hold: » sup Wk(a(Up(v») := Wk(p) < (wk(I»P . 21) we have WN(p) <~. Choose the integer P large enough that 4v'2( VN + 1) ~/N < 1.

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