**Lectures on Lie Groups and Representations of Locally Compact Groups**

by F. Bruhat

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1958**ISBN/ASIN**: B0007JJ4E2**Number of pages**: 140

**Description**:

We shall consider some heterogeneous topics relating to Lie groups and the general theory of representations of locally compact groups. The first part exclusively deals with some elementary facts about Lie groups and the last two parts are entirely independent of the material contained in the first.

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