Classification of nuclear C*-algebras by M. RГёrdam

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Other titlesEntropy in operator algebras
StatementM. Rørdam. Entropy in operator algebras / E. Størmer
SeriesEncyclopaedia of mathematical sciences -- v. 126. -- Operator algebras and non-commutative geometry -- 7, Encyclopaedia of mathematical sciences -- v. 126, Encyclopaedia of mathematical sciences -- v. 7
ContributionsStørmer, Erling.
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Paginationvii, 198 p. :
Number of Pages198
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Open LibraryOL17061917M
ISBN 103540423052, 354042305X

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The emphasis is on the classification by Kirchberg and Phillips of Kirchberg algebras: purely infinite, simple, nuclear separable C*-algebras. This classification result is described almost with full proofs starting from Kirchbergs tensor product theorems and Kirchbergs embedding theorem for exact C* by: This book is directed towards graduate students that wish to start from the basic theory of C*-algebras and advance to an overview of some of the most spectacular results concerning the structure of nuclear C*-algebras.

The text is divided into three parts. First, elementary notions, classical theorems and constructions are : Birkhäuser Basel. Abstract. The possibility that nuclear (or amenable) C*-algebras should be classified up to isomorphism by their K-theory and related invariants was raised in an article by Elliott [48] (written in ) in which he showed that a certain class of inductive limit algebras (A T-algebras of real rank zero) admits such a t made the inspired suggestion that his classification Cited by: The most significant progress in our understanding of C∗-algebras comes from the program initiated by Elliott, and known as Elliott’s classification program.

Elliott predicts that (simple) separable nuclear C∗-algebras can be classified by natural invariants including K-theory as File Size: KB. ON THE CLASSIFICATION PROBLEM FOR NUCLEAR C∗-ALGEBRAS abelian semigroup when equipped with the relations: a + b = a⊕b, a≤ b⇐⇒a b, a,b ∈ M∞(A)+.

The relation reduces to Murray-von Neumann comparison when a and b are projections. We will have occasion to use the following simple lemma in the sequel: Lemma It is our hope that this work can be the starting point of a unified approach to the classification of nuclear C*-algebras.

Mathematical Subject Classification: primary 46L35; secondary 19K The book contains many new proofs and some original results related to the classification of amenable C ∗-algebras. Besides being as an introduction to the theory of the classification of amenable C ∗ -algebras, it is a comprehensive reference for those more familiar with the subject.

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Alfsen, Compact Convex Sets and Boundary Integrals, Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete (Springer-Verlag, ). In mathematics, a nuclear C*-algebra is a C*-algebra A such that the injective and projective C*-cross norms on A⊗B are the same for every C*-algebra property was first studied by Takesaki () under the name "Property T", which is not related to Kazhdan's property T.

Characterizations. Nuclearity admits the following equivalent characterizations. C*-algebras are now an important tool in the theory of unitary representations of locally compact groups, and are also used in algebraic formulations of quantum mechanics.

Another active area of research is the program to obtain classification, or to determine the extent of which classification is possible, for separable simple nuclear C*-algebras. Book Classification of nuclear C*-algebras book of Nuclear C*-Algebras.

Entropy in Operator Algebras (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences) This EMS volume Classification of nuclear C*-algebras book of two parts, written by leading scientists in the field of operator algebras and noncommutative geometry.

2 General preliminaries Notation Some classes of C∗-algebras We single out several classes of C∗-algebras for easy reference: Definition We say that a separable C∗-algebra satisfies the UCT if the diagram 0 //Ext(K ∗(A),K∗+1(B)) //KK (A,B) //Hom(K∗(A),K∗(B)) //0 is a short exact sequence for every σ-unital algebra B.

A large class of algebras satisfying UCT was. ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF NUCLEAR C-ALGEBRAS MARIUS DADARLAT and SØREN EILERS 1. Introduction Two of the most influential works on C-algebras from the mid-seventies – Brown, Douglas and Fillmore’s [6] and Elliott’s [21] – both contain uniqueness and existence results in the now standard sense which we shall outline below.

We prove Z-stability of certain twisted crossed product C*-algebras by an argument, introduced by Rørdam in [35], that is routine to those working in the classification theory of nuclear C. We use this notion to classify -homomorphisms from separable, unital, nuclear -algebras into ultrapowers of simple, unital, nuclear, -stable -algebras with compact extremal trace space up to -coloured equivalence by their behaviour on traces; this is based on a -coloured classification theorem for certain order zero maps, also in terms of.

Classification of nuclear, simple C*-algebras / Mikael Rørdam --II. A survey of noncommutative dynamical entropy / Erling Størmer. A survey of noncommutative dynamical entropy /. Since then the subject of operator algebras has evolved into a huge mathematical endeavour interacting with almost every branch of mathematics and several areas of theoretical opaedia of Mathematical Sciences: Classification of Nuclear C*-Algebras.

On the classification of nuclear C*-algebras. By Marius Dadarlat and Soren Eilers. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. The mid-seventies' works on C*-algebras of Brown-Douglas-Fillmore and Elliott both contained uniqueness and existence results in a now standard sense.

These papers served as keystones for two separate theories -- KK-theory and the. The first one, given by Andrew Toms, presents the basic properties of the Cuntz semigroup and its role in the classification program of simple, nuclear, separable C*-algebras.

The second series of lectures, delivered by N. Christopher Phillips, serves as an introduction to group actions on C*-algebras and their crossed products, with emphasis. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences Ser.: Classification of Nuclear C*-Algebras.

Entropy in Operator Algebras by E. Stormer and M. Rordam (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Abstract. We employ results from KK-theory, along with quasidiagonality techniques, to obtain wide-ranging classification results for nuclear C * a new realization of the Cuntz picture of the Kasparov groups we show that two morphisms inducing equal KK-elements are approximately stably unitarily equivalent.

There were 19 one-hour lectures on various topics like - classification of nuclear C* -algebras, - general K-theory for C* -algebras, - exact C* -algebras and exact groups, - C*-algebras associated to (infinite) matrices and C*-correspondences, - noncommutative prob ability theory, - deformation quantization, - group C* -algebras and the Baum.

K-theory and C*-algebras by N.E. Wegge-Olsen, K-theory for Operator Algebras by B. Blackadar, An Introduction to the Classification of Amenable C*-algebras, The K-book: an introduction to algebraic K-theory by Charles Weibel Classification of Nuclear, Simple C*-algebras by R.

Rørdam, Operator Spaces. The question whether all separable nuclear C*-algebras satisfy the Universal Coefficient Theorem remains one of the most important open problems in the structure and classification theory of such algebras. It also plays an integral part in the connection between amenability and quasidiagonality.

Elliott's program for nuclear C*-algebras deals with the problem of classifying nuclear C*-algebras by K-theoretical invariants. A major open question in this context is the UCT problem.

CLASSIFICATION OF NUCLEAR C-ALGEBRAS ILIJAS FARAH, ANDREW S. TOMS AND ASGER TORNQUIST Abstract. We bound the Borel cardinality of the isomorphism relation for nuclear simple separable C -algebras: It is turbulent, yet Borel reducible to the action of the automorphism group of the Cuntz algebra O 2 on its closed subsets.

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Asbtract: I will outline the interplay of quasidiagonality and the Universal Coefficient Theorem in the recent classification result for tracial, separable, unital, simple, nuclear C*-algebras with finite nuclear dimension.

Jianchao Wu. Title: The amenability dimension for topological and C*-dynamics. The subject of C*-algebras received a dramatic revitalization in the s by the introduction of topological methods through the work of Brown, Douglas, and Fillmore on extensions of C*-algebras and Elliott's use of \(K\)-theory to provide a useful classification of AF algebras.

The first named author has given a classification of all separable, nuclear C*-algebras A that absorb the Cuntz algebra O ∞. (We say that A absorbs O ∞ if A is isomorphic to A⊗ O ∞.)Motivated by this classification we investigate here if one can give an intrinsic characterization of C*-algebras that absorb O ∞.This investigation leads us to three different notions of pure.

The mid-seventies' works on C*-algebras of Brown-Douglas-Fillmore and Elliott both contained uniqueness and existence results in a now standard sense. These papers served as keystones for two separate theories -- KK-theory and the classification program -- which for many years parted ways with only moderate interaction.

But recent years have seen a fruitful interaction which has been one of. projections separate tracial states in the classification theorem for C∗-algebras of minimal dynamical systems given by Toms and the second named author.

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We prove that faithful traces on separable and nuclear $\mathrm{C}^*$-algebras in the UCT class are quasidiagonal. This has a number of consequences. Firstly, by results of many hands, the classification of unital, separable, simple and nuclear $\mathrm{C}^*$-algebras of finite nuclear dimension which satisfy the UCT is now complete.

Abstract. We exhibit a counterexample to Elliott’s classification conjecture for simple, separable, and nuclear C ∗-algebras whose construction is elementary, and demonstrate the necessity of extremely fine invariants in distinguishing both approximate unitary equivalence classes of automorphisms of such algebras and isomorphism classes of the algebras themselves.

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My research interests interests include operator algebras and their interaction with group theory and algebraic topology. I have worked on the structure and classification theory of nuclear C$^*$-algebras, quasidiagonality of C$^*$-algebras, index theory, and K-theory. Type 1 C*-algebras.

Exact C*-algebra In general terms, a C * -algebra is exact if it is isomorphic with a C * -subalgebra of some nuclear C * -algebra.

Having finite decomposition rank or finite nuclear dimension is a regularity property playing a key role in current work on the classification of C*-algebras by their K-theory and large classes of C*-algebras are known to have finite nuclear dimension.

It is defined using the concept of an order zero map, as we now explain.

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