If $(G,K)$ is a Gelfand pair, with $G$ a Lie group of polynomial growth and $K$ a compact subgroup of $G$, the Gelfand spectrum $Sigma$ of the bi-$K$-invariant algebra $L^1(Kackslash G/K)$ admits natural embeddings into ${mathbb R}^n$ spaces as a closed subset. For any such embedding, define ${mathcal S}(Sigma)$ as the space of restrictions to $Sigma$ of Schwartz functions on ${mathbb R}^n$. We call Schwartz correspondence for $(G,K)$ the property that the spherical transform is an isomorphism of ${mathcal S}(Kackslash G/K)$ onto ${mathcal S}(Sigma)$. In all the cases studied so far, Schwartz correspondence has been proved to hold true. These include all pairs with $G=Kltimes H$ and $K$ abelian and a large number of pairs with $G=Kltimes H$ and $H$ nilpotent. In this paper we study what is probably the simplest of the pairs with $G=Kltimes H$, $K$ non-abelian and $H$ non-nilpotent, with $H=M_2({mathbb C})$, the complex motion group, and $K=U_2$ acting on it by inner automorphisms.

The Schwartz correspondence for the complex motion group on ${mathbb C}^2$

Francesca Astengo;
2021

Abstract

If $(G,K)$ is a Gelfand pair, with $G$ a Lie group of polynomial growth and $K$ a compact subgroup of $G$, the Gelfand spectrum $Sigma$ of the bi-$K$-invariant algebra $L^1(Kackslash G/K)$ admits natural embeddings into ${mathbb R}^n$ spaces as a closed subset. For any such embedding, define ${mathcal S}(Sigma)$ as the space of restrictions to $Sigma$ of Schwartz functions on ${mathbb R}^n$. We call Schwartz correspondence for $(G,K)$ the property that the spherical transform is an isomorphism of ${mathcal S}(Kackslash G/K)$ onto ${mathcal S}(Sigma)$. In all the cases studied so far, Schwartz correspondence has been proved to hold true. These include all pairs with $G=Kltimes H$ and $K$ abelian and a large number of pairs with $G=Kltimes H$ and $H$ nilpotent. In this paper we study what is probably the simplest of the pairs with $G=Kltimes H$, $K$ non-abelian and $H$ non-nilpotent, with $H=M_2({mathbb C})$, the complex motion group, and $K=U_2$ acting on it by inner automorphisms.
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