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5:26 PM
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Q: Prove that the twisted Convolution of $f$ and $g$ lies in $L^2(C^n)$?

scroo0oogeEdit,this is the exact phrasing of my question Let $\lambda\in\mathbb{R^n}$.Prove that $f\star_{\lambda}g\in L^2(\mathbb{C^n})$ for all functions $f$ and $g$ in $L^2(\mathbb{C^n})$.What Happens when $\lambda=0?$ I been reading the book Harmonic Analysis on the Heisenberg Group By Sundaram Thang...

Does anyone can give me some hints please?
 
@scroo0ooge Hello. Unfortunately this chatroom is dedicated to homotopy theory, which is quite distant from harmonic analysis and L^2-spaces, so it is unlikely you'll find people able to help here
 
6:15 PM
Could you please help me find the PDE and operator algebra chat room pls?
 
There doesn't seem to be one, sorry
 

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