The Existence and Uniqueness of the Haar Integral on a Locally Compact Topological Group

  • Gert K. Pedersen, GERT K. PEDERSEN
  • Published 2004


The discovery by Alfred Haar in 1933, cf. [6], of a translation invariant measure on any locally compact topological group must surely rank as one of the high moments in 20th century mathematics. Although the existence was known for all the classical groups, a result of such sweeping generality was thought improbable by most experts. John von Neumann used… (More)


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