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Proposition 20 Let G be a finitely generated amenable group and let A = <Q, [D.sub.r], f>, r > 0, be a CA on G.
Corollary 39 Let G be an infinite amenable group, A = <Q, N, f> a surjective CA on G and h : N [right arrow] G an injective function.
Let G be an amenable group, and let f: G [right arrow] V be a large scale lipschitz map.
Let G be an amenable group. Let f: G [right arrow] H be a large scale lipschitz map in to Hilbert space.
Monod, Cantor systems, piecewise translations and simple amenable groups Ann.
DE LA SALLE, Extensions of amenable groups by recurrent groupoids, arXiv:1305.2637
Let G be a locally compact amenable group. Then A(G) has the property (B) completely.
Let G be a locally compact amenable group. Suppose that B is a completely contractive Banach algebra.
We characterize inner amenable groups by introducing the so-called conjugate convolution operators which develop the techniques of the usual convolution operators.
Yuan, Structural properties of inner amenable groups, Acta Math.
Therefore, the normal subgroup N is a free product K * ([*.sub.i][H.sub.i]) with K [not equal to] {1}, and the quotient is the amenable group H.
If G is infinite amenable group and H contains a finite index normal subgroup N with N [intersection] A = {1}, then (G, H, A) [member of] A'.