Topological abelian group
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In mathematics, a topological abelian group, or TAG, is a topological group that is also an abelian group. That is, a TAG is both a group and a topological space, the group operations are continuous, and the group's binary operation is commutative.
- Fourier transform
- Haar measure
- Pontryagin duality
- Protorus, a topological abelian group that is compact and connected
- Banaszczyk, Wojciech (1991). Additive subgroups of topological vector spaces. Lecture Notes in Mathematics. 1466. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp. viii+178. ISBN 3-540-53917-4. MR 1119302.
- Fourier analysis on Groups, by Walter Rudin.
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