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Topological groups
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- A First Course in Harmonic Analysis
- A course on topological groups
- A topological Chern-Weil theory
- Algebraic Groups and their Representations
- Algebraic Integrability of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems on Manifolds : Classical and Quantum Aspects
- Algebraic Integrability, Painlevé Geometry and Lie Algebras
- Algebraic Quotients. Torus Actions and Cohomology. The Adjoint Representation and the Adjoint Action
- Algebraic structure of pseudocompact groups
- An introduction to topological groups
- An introduction to topological groups : lectures 1973/74
- Analysis on topological groups : general Lie theory
- Applications of Group-Theoretical Methods in Hydrodynamics
- Applications of the Theory of Groups in Mechanics and Physics
- Automorphic Pseudodifferential Analysis and Higher Level Weyl Calculi
- Automorphic forms and Lie superalgebras
- Automorphic forms and Lie superalgebras
- Coherent States, Wavelets and Their Generalizations
- Collected works.
- Compact semitopological semigroups and weakly almost periodic functions
- Complex Semisimple Lie Algebras
- Computational Invariant Theory
- Convergence Structures and Applications to Functional Analysis
- Dynamics of Foliations, Groups and Pseudogroups
- Erdős space and homeomorphism groups of manifolds
- Fourier analysis on number fields
- Fourier and Fourier-Stieltjes algebras on locally compact groups
- Fourier and Wavelet Analysis
- Fusion systems in algebra and topology
- General eigenfunction expansions and unitary representations of topological groups
- Geometric Phases in Classical and Quantum Mechanics
- Geometric Theory of Generalized Functions with Applications to General Relativity
- Geometry and Representation Theory of Real and p-adic groups
- Geometry of Coxeter groups
- Geometry of Lie Groups
- Groupoids, Inverse Semigroups, and their Operator Algebras
- Groups with the Haagerup Property : Gromov's a-T-menability
- Harmonic analysis on commutative spaces
- Hermann Weyl's Raum-Zeit-Materie and a General Introduction to His Scientific Work
- Integration and Harmonic Analysis on Compact Groups
- Integration and harmonic analysis on compact groups
- Integration and harmonic analysis on compact groups
- Introduction to profinite groups and Galois cohomology
- Introduction to topological groups
- Intégration dans les groupes topologiques
- Invariant means on topological groups and their applications,
- Kazhdan's Property (T)
- Kazhdan's property (T)
- Lectures on Algebraic Quantum Groups
- Lectures on Morse Homology
- Lectures on groups of transformations/
- Lectures on representations of surface groups
- Lie Groups
- Lie Groups
- Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, and Representations : An Elementary Introduction
- Matrix Groups : an Introduction to Lie Group Theory
- Orthogonal Polynomials for Exponential Weights
- Parametric Lie Group Actions on Global Generalised Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs : Including a Solution to Hilbert's Fifth Problem
- Profinite Groups
- Proper Group Actions and the Baum-Connes Conjecture
- Representation Theories and Algebraic Geometry
- Representations of finite and Lie groups
- Spherical Inversion on SLn(R)
- Stable Probability Measures on Euclidean Spaces and on Locally Compact Groups : Structural Properties and Limit Theorems
- Structural Ramsey theory of metric spaces and topological dynamics of isometry groups
- Structural aspects in the theory of probability
- Structural aspects in the theory of probability : a primer in probabilities on algebraic-topological structures
- Symmetry in Mechanics : a Gentle, Modern Introduction
- The Analysis of Linear Partial Differential Operators I : Distribution Theory and Fourier Analysis
- The Arnold-Gelfand Mathematical Seminars
- The Kepler Problem : Group Theoretical Aspects, Regularization and Quantization, with Application to the Study of Perturbations
- The Schur multiplicator of topological groups
- The concordance-homotopy groups of geometric automorphism groups
- The second duals of Beurling algebras
- The tame fundamental group of a formal neighbourhood of a divisor with normal crossings on a scheme
- Topological groups
- Topological groups : an introduction
- Topological groups : characters, dualities, and minimal group topologies
- Topological groups and related structures
- Tree Lattices
- Two-Dimensional Conformal Geometry and Vertex Operator Algebras
- Uniform structures on topological groups and their quotients
- Wavelet Transforms and Time-Frequency Signal Analysis
- Weakly almost periodic functions on semigroups

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