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Ideals in Group algebra of Heisenberg Group
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M. L. Joshi
Heisenberg group, Ideals in L1 -algebra of the Heisenberg group, Semi-direct product.
In spectral theory ideals are very important. We derive the relation between non commutative and commutative algebra by a transformation which is associated to the semi-direct product of groups. We obtain and classify the ideal in L1 -algebra of Heisenberg group.
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