Holomorphic functions of exponential type and duality for stein groups with algebraic connected component of identity

@article{Akbarov2008HolomorphicFO,
  title={Holomorphic functions of exponential type and duality for stein groups with algebraic connected component of identity},
  author={S. Akbarov},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={162},
  pages={459-586}
}
  • S. Akbarov
  • Published 2008
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Mathematical Sciences
We suggest a generalization of Pontryagin duality from the category of commutative, complex Lie groups to the category of (not necessarily commutative) Stein groups with algebraic connected component of identity. In contrast to the other similar generalizations, in our approach the enveloping category consists of Hopf algebras (in a proper symmetrical monoidal category). 
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