Quantitative example of a unitarizable group
In theorem 1.1 (see below) Pisier shows that a quantitative condition on the invertible
operator which unitarizes a uniformly bounded implies the amenability of the group.
Is there a known example of an amenable group which has a uniformly bounded representation pi which is unitarizable where ||S|| ||S^-1|| > |pi|^2?
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