I would like to know, under what condition on the

therightwomanwf 2022-07-08 Answered
I would like to know, under what condition on the group G (abelian, compact or localement compact ...), the algebra L 1 ( G ) is commutative?
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Sariah Glover
Answered 2022-07-09 Author has 16 answers
For a locally compact group G, the convolution algebra L 1 ( G ) is commutative if and only if G is Abelian.
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