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idempotent semigroups of compact monothetic semigroups

Brown, Gavin

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Published
**1972**
by Royal Irish Academy in Dublin
.

Written in English

- Semigroups.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] G. Brown and W. Moran. |

Series | Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy ;, v. 72, section A, no. 2 |

Contributions | Moran, W., joint author. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | AS122 .D81 vol. 72, sect. A, no. 2, QA171 .D81 vol. 72, sect. A, no. 2 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 17-33 p. |

Number of Pages | 33 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4199048M |

LC Control Number | 80477994 |

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Let S be a locally compact nondiscrete monothetic semitopological semigroup. We show that (1) if the translations of S ′ are open, then S ′ is compact, and (2) if S ′ can be topologically and algebraically embedded in a quasitopological group, then S ′ is a compact topological : Yevhen Zelenyuk, Yuliya Zelenyuk.

THE IDEMPOTENT SEMIGROUPS OF COMPACT MONOTHETIC SEMIGROUPS By G. BROWN and W. MORAN University of Liverpool (Communicated by J. McConnell, M.R.I.A.) [Received, 6 MAY. Read, 30 NOVEMBER, Published, 24 FEBRUARY, ] ABSTRACT Techniques from harmonic analysis are used to show that, given any.

Idempotent structure of compact monothetic semitopological (separately continuous) semigroups is investigated by the methods of harmonic analysis. The pathology is shown to be arbitrarily bad in a sense made by: 1. Starting with the case of jointly continuous multiplication in section 1, the structure of compact monothetic semigroups is comFletely described in Theorem There we obtain the existence of a unique minimal ideal which is a compact monothetic group whose unit is the only idempotent in the semigroup (Numakura c2kI).

Let S be compact and monothetic with generator a. Then the cluster points of the net (sequence) {an} form a group K(a), and K(a) is the minimal ideal of S. We omit the proof. Theorem 1 yields immediately the fact that a compact semigroup contains an idempotent.

Corollary 1. A monothetic semigroup with unit is either a finite. This treatment of analysis on semigroups stresses the functional analytical and dynamical theory of continuous representations of semitopological semigroups.

Topics covered include compact semitopological semigroups, invariant means and idempotent means on compact semitopological semigroups, affine compactifications, left multiplicatively continuous functions and weakly left Reviews: 1. OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages illustrations 24 cm.

Contents: Chapter A. Preliminaries. The minimal ideal --Homomorphisms and congruences --Ideals and quasi-orders --The Schützenberger group and regular D-classes --Rees products --Clifford semigroups --The semigroup of compact sets --Projective limits --Cohomology properties of compact semigroups --The first.

Idempotent structure of compact monothetic semitopological (separately continuous) semigroups is investigated by the methods of harmonic analysis. The pathology is shown to be arbitrarily bad in a. Notice that each H-class contains at most one idempotent, to the two books on topological semigroups by Carruth, Hildebrant and Clark [2, 3].

a characterization of compact monothetic. Semigroups is a collection of papers dealing with models of classical statistics, sequential computing machine, inverse semi-groups. One paper explains the structure of inverse semigroups that leads to P-semigroups or E-unitary inverse semigroups by utilizing the P-theorem of W.D.

Nunn. Algebraic Remarks on Idempotent Semirings and the Kernel Theorem. Nonlinear Semigroups and Infinite Horizon Optimization algebraic arbitrary Assertion assume Bellman equation belongs bounded functions cancellation condition Cauchy problem coincides compact Bellman operator compact operator compact set complete lattice concave consider.

basic algebraic notions on semigroups { subsemigroups, idempotent elements, and homomorphisms resp. isomorphisms { and state some simple properties.

There are plenty of examples of semigroups having no idempotent elements. The main result of Section 4, however, is that every compact right topological semigroup has idempotent elements. Abstract: Compact totally ordered semigroups are characterized.

Each such semigroup is abelian and is, in fact, a closed subsemigroup of an -semigroup. Several questions are posed about (algebraic) semigroups which are naturally totally (quasi-) ordered. Under the WESTâ Compact semigroups of positive matrices hypotheses of Proposition 2, S(T) contains a unique idempotent which is Pp.

Furthermore, G(T)=Pp S(T)=S(Pp T) is a compact monothetic group with unit Pp that consists of all cluster points of S(T). Proposition 3. Under the hypotheses of Proposition 2, Ppi0 and diag(Pp)>0.

PROOF. In mathematics, a semigroup is an algebraic structure consisting of a set together with an associative binary operation. The binary operation of a semigroup is most often denoted multiplicatively: xy, or simply xy, denotes the result of applying the semigroup operation to the ordered pair (x, y).Associativity is formally expressed as that (xy)z = x(yz) for all x, y and z in the.

This author gratefully acknowledges support from the National Science Foundation via grant MCS An original version of this paper by the first author was received on Septem The book faces the interplay among dynamical properties of semigroups, analytical properties of infinitesimal generators and geometrical properties of Koenigs functions.

The book includes precise descriptions of the behavior of trajectories, backward orbits, petals and boundary behavior in general, aiming to give a rather complete picture of. Purchase Semigroups - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNWe prove a theorem about idempotents in compact semigroups. This theorem gives a new proof of van der Waerden’s theorem on arithmetic progressions as well as the Hales-Jewett theorem. It also gives an infinitary version of the Hales-Jewett theorem which includes results of T.

Carlson and S. Simpson. So, the book, although containing the main parts of the classical theory of Co-semigroups, as the Hille-Yosida theory, includes also several very new results, as for instance those referring to various classes of semigroups such as equicontinuous, compact, differentiable, or analytic, as well as to some nonstandard types of partial differential.

WEST Compact semigroaips of positive nmatrices hypotheses of Proposition 2, S't(T) contains a unique idempotent which is P. Further more, 97(T)=PT 21/KJT)- =/(P T) is a comppact monothetic group with unit P2 that consists of all cluster points of fY'(T).

Proposition 3. Under the hip,otheses of Proposition 2, P, > 0 and diag(P2,) > 0. PROOF.The idempotent semigroups of compact monothetic semigroups,P r o c. (). The weakly almost periodic compacti of a direct sum of groups, (). The weakly almost periodic compactification of a direct sum of finite groups.Compact monothetic topological semigroups were described by Hewitt [Hew], see also [CHK, p].

In particular, a locally com-pact monothetic topological semigroup with a minimal ideal is compact, see [CHK, Theorem ].

Whether a counterpart of Pontryagin’s theorem holds for locally compact monothetic.