## 2 Citations

### Uniformly bounded representations and completely bounded multipliers of SL(2,R)

- Mathematics
- 2018

We estimate the norms of many matrix coefficients of irreducible uniformly bounded representations of SL(2, R) as completely bounded multipliers of the Fourier algebra. Our results suggest that the…

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### Exactness and Uniform Embeddability of Discrete Groups

- Mathematics
- 2003

A numerical quasi‐isometry invariant R(Γ) of a finitely generated group Γ is defined whose values parametrize the difference between Γ being uniformly embeddable in a Hilbert space and Cr* (Γ) being…

### Hilbert C*-modules and amenable actions

- Mathematics
- 2010

We study actions of discrete groups on Hilbert C*-modules induced from topological actions on compact Hausdorff spaces. We show non-amenability of actions of non-amenable and non-a-T-menable groups,…

### The Novikov Conjecture for Linear Groups

- Mathematics
- 2005

Let K be a field. We show that every countable subgroup of GL(n,K) is uniformly embeddable in a Hilbert space. This implies that Novikov’s higher signature conjecture holds for these groups. We also…

### Poincaré inequalities, embeddings, and wild groups

- MathematicsCompositio Mathematica
- 2011

Abstract We present geometric conditions on a metric space (Y,dY) ensuring that, almost surely, any isometric action on Y by Gromov’s expander-based random group has a common fixed point. These…

### The coarse Baum–Connes conjecture for spaces which admit a uniform embedding into Hilbert space

- Mathematics
- 2000

Corollary 1.2. Let Γ be a finitely generated group. If Γ, as a metric space with a word-length metric, admits a uniform embedding into Hilbert space, and its classifying space BΓ has the homotopy…

### What is π

- Mathematics
- 1991

There are many possible ways of introducing the number π, associated with the circle. We shall obtain π from the complex exponential function
$$ \exp \,z = 1 + \frac{z} {{2!}} + \cdots . $$
.

### Fixed point properties and second bounded cohomology of universal lattices on Banach spaces

- Mathematics
- 2009

Abstract Let B be any Lp space for p ∈ (1, ∞) or any Banach space isomorphic to a Hilbert space, and k ≧ 0 be integer. We show that if n ≧ 4, then the universal lattice Γ = SL n (ℤ[x 1, . . . , xk ])…

### POINCARE INEQUALITIES

- Mathematics
- 2015

Poincare inequalities are a simple way to obtain lower bounds on the distortion of mappings X into Y. These are shown below to be sharp when we consider the Lp spaces. A Poincare inequality is one of…

### Unitary and Uniformly Bounded Representations Of Some Simple Lie Groups

- Mathematics
- 2010

We denote by F the real or complex numbers (R or C) or the quaternions (Q). We consider R as a subfield of C, and C as a subfield of Q. If z ∈ F, then we may write
$$ {\text{z}}\,{\text{ =…

### What Is Property?

- Economics
- 2014

The monopoly of landed property is a historical precondition for the capitalist mode of production and remains its permanent foundation, as with all previous modes of production based on the exploi...