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# unimodular group

A locally compact Hausdorff topological group is said to be *unimodular* if
its left Haar measure is equal to its right Haar measure.

A group is unimodular when its modular function is equal to 1.

For example, an Abelian group or a compact group or discrete group is unimodular.

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