title={REPRESENTATION THEORY OF SEMISIMPLE GROUPS: An Overview Based on Examples},
  author={Roger Plymen},
  journal={Bulletin of The London Mathematical Society},
  • R. Plymen
  • Published 1 March 1989
  • Mathematics
  • Bulletin of The London Mathematical Society
Page 55, proof of Lemma 3.13. This proof is incorrect as it stands because it involves an interchange of limits that has not been justified. A naive attempt to fix the proof might involve assuming that the given representation is continuous into the uniform operator topology, but this assumption is not necessarily valid. Instead, a different approach is needed, and such an approach may be found in the paper by M. Welleda Baldoni, “General representation theory of real reductive groups,” Proc… 
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