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By Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

This booklet is a continuation of vol. I (Grundlehren vol. one hundred fifteen, additionally to be had in softcover), and encompasses a distinct remedy of a few vital components of harmonic research on compact and in the neighborhood compact abelian teams. From the experiences: ''This paintings goals at giving a monographic presentation of summary harmonic research, way more whole and finished than any ebook already current at the reference to each challenge handled the e-book deals a many-sided outlook and leads as much as most recent advancements. Carefull realization can also be given to the historical past of the topic, and there's an intensive bibliography...the reviewer believes that for a few years to return this can stay the classical presentation of summary harmonic analysis.'' Publicationes Mathematicae

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Let ηi ∈ H be such that ti = ηi ti . Fix g ∈ G, and let σ ∈ Sn and hi ∈ H be such that ti g = hi tσ(i) for each i. Then −1 ti g = ηi ti g = ηi hi tσ(i) = ηi hi ησ(i) tσ(i) for each i. So n n −1 [ηi hi ησ(i) ]= X∗T (g) = i=1 [hi ] = X∗T (g) ∈ H ab . i=1 Thus X∗T = X∗T is independent of the choice of set of orbit representatives, and induces a unique homomorphism X∗ : Gab −−−→ H ab . It remains to prove points (a)–(e). (a) Fix ϕ ∈ Hom(G, H), and assume X = HG,ϕ : the (H, G)-biset with underlying set H, and with actions defined by (h, x, g) → hxϕ(g).

I=1 The following special case of the transfer homomorphism for groups will be needed. 2 Fix a prime p, and a p-group P . Then for each proper subgroup Q < P and each element g ∈ Ω1 (Z(P )), trfP Q ([g]) = 1. R P Proof. 1(b,d), for Q < R < P , trfP Q = trfQ ◦ trfR . It thus suffices to prove the lemma when [P :Q] = p. If g ∈ Q, let {x1 , x2 , . . , xp } be any set of coset representatives. Then xi g = gxi for each i, and so p p trfP Q ([g]) = i=1 [g] = [g] = 1. If g ∈ / Q, we take {1, g, g 2 , .

Assume T is strongly closed in F. Then the following conditions are equivalent: 28 PART I: INTRODUCTION TO FUSION SYSTEMS (a) E is F-invariant. E = E for each α ∈ AutF (T ), and F|≤T = AutF (T ), E . (b) α (c) α E = E for each α ∈ AutF (T ), and AutE (P ) P ≤ T. AutF (P ) for each (d) (strong invariance condition) For each pair of subgroups P ≤ Q ≤ T , each ϕ ∈ HomE (P, Q), and each ψ ∈ HomF (Q, T ), ψϕ(ψ|P )−1 ∈ HomE (ψ(P ), ψ(Q)). Proof. (a ⇒ d) Fix ϕ and ψ as in (d). Since E is F-invariant, we can write ψ = α ◦ ψ0 for some ψ0 ∈ HomE (Q, T ) and some α ∈ AutF (T ).

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