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E. Segal Suppose now that Q has the normalized cyclic element and let in Q', C be a W*-algebra which is maximal abelian and self-adjoint C exists by Zorn's principle. 3, and 4. in z We can now apply Theorems 1, 2, Utilizing the notations of these theorems, irreducible. e. (P,,(Q ) Now every (uniformly) continuous self'-adjoint representation 9 of Q induces a unique continuous unitary representation V of such that crl (JU(a)f(a)da) _ I(a)f(a)da for feI,l(G) and with the property that 99 is irreducible if and only if Ue for the representation of If we put V is (see [8] and [9]).

E. to a function verges weakly to x for a( , which bound is integrable by SchwarzI Inequality. f, by a simple computation. M f, then M. e. of a bounded sequence of continuous functions. Q,w Owl . Hence a contains = al, and Q' c 7i(' = Zi(. of It follows that the weak closure but (2w - a", so DECOMPOSITIONS OF OPERATOR ALGEBRAS. I Thus S E 177 arbitrary in G and S 6 C, for if and so S = Qk. 1 ). e. for each That is, a e G. e. a scalar multiple of the identity, and 0,, = O a contradiction. 9. l ), z( 7( ) ) = (Sr 97,, (T)z( ]j ), z( $)) .

For zi, where z' and p 6 zi(p) - 0 zi is such that for other values of p, i the sum which defines Jzi(p), being convergent because z' 0 when i (zi, z;) _ J. I J II zi(p) Il2dpgi (p) _ z(p) II2 dju(p). It is clear that nearly all the Ur( are irreducible and that U = Uyf ) dp(p). C_i is are separable, and z, so that the for any 40 I. E. Segal Suppose now that Q has the normalized cyclic element and let in Q', C be a W*-algebra which is maximal abelian and self-adjoint C exists by Zorn's principle.