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the Haar

compact group, its existence and uniqueness was proved in Theorem 1.1. The

reader who is unfamiliar with Haar

under the ...

the Haar

**measure**may be taken to be Lebesgue**measure**: in the case of acompact group, its existence and uniqueness was proved in Theorem 1.1. The

reader who is unfamiliar with Haar

**measure**may wish to consult the remarksunder the ...

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The existence of an invariant

countability was first shown by Haar [1], and the question of uniqueness was first

discussed by von Neumann [17]. Other proofs of existence or uniqueness have ...

The existence of an invariant

**measure**on a group satisfying the second axiom ofcountability was first shown by Haar [1], and the question of uniqueness was first

discussed by von Neumann [17]. Other proofs of existence or uniqueness have ...

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Since the

integration as developed in Chapter III may be used as a basis for the theory

developed in Sections 3–4. In particular we should notice that the product group

R × R is ...

Since the

**measure**space (R, 2, 2) is a g-finite**measure**space the theory ofintegration as developed in Chapter III may be used as a basis for the theory

developed in Sections 3–4. In particular we should notice that the product group

R × R is ...

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