By N. Bourbaki

ISBN-10: 3540353194

ISBN-13: 9783540353195

Les ?‰l?©ments de math?©matique de Nicolas Bourbaki ont pour objet une pr?©sentation rigoureuse, syst?©matique et sans pr?©requis des math?©matiques depuis leurs fondements.

Ce sixi??me chaptire du Livre d Int?©gration, sixi??me Livre des ?©l?©ments de math?©matique, ?©tend l. a. suggestion d int?©gration ? des mesure ? valeurs dans des espaces vectoriels de Hausdorff localement convexes.

Il contient ?©galement une be aware historique.

Ce quantity est une r?©impression de l ?©dition de 1959.

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It is clear that Q(Ix,x) = q(Ix,y) = [Ix,y] and = [—x,x] — 0 and Q(x,[h,y]) + Q(Iy,[h,Ix}) = [Ix,[h,y]] - [y,[h,Ix]] = [h,[lx,y]]=0 because [Ix,y] G Z($)- Suppose that Q(M{,Mj) ^ {0}. Then there exist simple Qi -modules V{ C M; and Vj C Mj such that [V^Vj] / {0} . Let a G V such that a([Vi, Vj-J) ^ {0}. VixVj-* m,,(v,v') H-> a([v,v']) is a skew-symmetric gi -invariant bilinear form. Let x G Vj. Then Vj1- = [y G Vi : /3(y,Vj) = {0}} is a gi-submodule of Vi which has to be {0}. Therefore /? is non-degenerate.

Therefore ip' is equivariant with respect to the action of W on f} and the action of the Weyl group of £ on f). 151] to see that W is generated by the reflections on the hyperplanes kero; for w G 0^- since this holds for the compact Lie group lNN0 fy . 2. We call W = W(t),g) the Weyl group of g with respect to the compactly embedded Cart an algebra f). 3. For s G g w and h G f) we have that (

42. Let t = su(2) and V =

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