Representation of Group Isomorphisms: The Compact Case
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TitleRepresentation of Group Isomorphisms: The Compact Case
PublisherHindawi Publishing Corporation
Let 𝐺� be a discrete group and let A and B be two subgroups of 𝐺�-valued continuous functions defined on two 0-dimensional compact spaces 𝑋� and 𝑌�. A group isomorphism 𝐻� defined between A and B is called ... [+]
Let 𝐺� be a discrete group and let A and B be two subgroups of 𝐺�-valued continuous functions defined on two 0-dimensional compact spaces 𝑋� and 𝑌�. A group isomorphism 𝐻� defined between A and B is called separating when, for each pair of maps 𝑓�, 𝑔� ∈ A satisfying that 𝑓�−1(𝑒� 𝐺� ) ∪ 𝑔�−1(𝑒� 𝐺� ) = 𝑋�, it holds that 𝐻�𝑓�−1(𝑒� 𝐺� ) ∪ 𝐻�𝑔�−1(𝑒� 𝐺� ) = 𝑌�. We prove that under some mild conditions every biseparating isomorphism 𝐻� : A → B can be represented by means of a continuous function ℎ : 𝑌� → 𝑋� as a weighted composition operator. As a consequence we establish the equivalence of two subgroups of continuous functions if there is a biseparating isomorphism defined between them. [-]
Bibliographic citationFerrer, M., Gary, M., & Hernández, S. (2015). Representation of Group Isomorphisms: The Compact Case. Journal of Function Spaces, 2015.
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