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Published
**1987**
by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York
.

Written in English

- C*-algebras.,
- Foliations (Mathematics),
- Differentiable dynamical systems.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Xiaolu Wang. |

Series | Lecture notes in mathematics ;, 1257, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ;, 1257. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA3 .L28 no. 1257, QA326 .L28 no. 1257 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 165 p. : |

Number of Pages | 165 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2471488M |

ISBN 10 | 0387179038 |

LC Control Number | 87183624 |

Author: I_U_ri_ Petrovich Solov_ v Evgeni_ Vadimovich Troit_s_ki_ Publisher: American Mathematical Soc. ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: Get Books. C Algebras And Elliptic Operators In Differential Topology C Algebras And Elliptic Operators In Differential Topology by I_U_ri_ Petrovich Solov_ v Evgeni_ Vadimovich Troit_s_ki_, C Algebras And Elliptic Operators In. Chapter V. Global properties of complex polynomial foliations Algebraic leaves of polynomial foliations on the complex projective plane P2 Appendix: Foliations with invariant lines and algebraic leaves of foliations from the class A r Perturbations of Hamiltonian vector ﬁelds and zeros of Abelian integrals

Methods of Noncommutative Geometry for Group C*-Algebras (Chapman & Hall/CRC Research Notes in Mathematics Series) The description of the structure of group C*-algebras is a difficult problem, but relevant to important new developments in mathematics, such as non-commutative geometry and quantum Rating: % positive. Linear Topological Spaces,John L. KelleyIsaac NamiokaW. F. Donoghue h R. LucasB. J. PettisEbbe Thue PoulsenG. Baley PriceWendy RobertsonW. R. ScottKennan T.

Tilings C algebras and K theory: Niveau: Supérieur, Doctorat, Bac+8Tilings, C?-algebras and K-theory Johannes Kellendonk and Ian F. Putnam Abstract. We describe the construction of C?-algebras from tilings. We describe the K-theory of such C?-algebras and discuss applications of these ideas in physics. We do not assume any familiarity with C?-algebras or K- theory. this geometry (and related C∗-algebras) will be the topic of present note. Namely, we study the pair of orthogonal foliations F1 and F2 on X0(N) whose leaves are ReωN = 0 and ImωN = 0, respectively. For brevity, we ﬁx F = F1 and consider a “leaf space” Xof foliation F. Such spaces are fundamental in the C∗-algebra theory.

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The main result of this original research monograph is the classification of C*-algebras of ordinary foliations of the plane in terms of a class of -trees.

It reveals a close connection between some most recent developments in modern analysis and low-dimensional topology. Buy On the C*-Algebras of Foliations in the Plane (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders On the C*-Algebras of Foliations in the Plane (Lecture Notes in Mathematics): Wang, Xiaolu: : BooksCited by: 6.

The main result of this original research monograph is the classification of C*-algebras of ordinary foliations of the plane in terms of a class of -trees. It reveals a close connection between some most recent developments in modern analysis and low-dimensional topology.

It introducesBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Get this from a library. On the C*-algebras of foliations in the plane. [Xiaolu Wang] -- The main result of this original research monograph is the classification of C*-algebras of ordinary foliations of the plane in terms of a class of -trees.

It reveals a close connection between some. Foliations of the plane.- Various trees and graphs.- Distinguished trees.- The C*-algebras of foliations of the plane. Series Title: Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag), Responsibility: Xiaolu Wang.

More information: Inhaltstext. Cite this chapter as: Wang X. () Foliations of the plane. In: On the C*-Algebras of Foliations in the Plane. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol ied the C*-algebras of foliations of the plane, which can be regarded as "noncommutative simply connected CW 1-complexes".

For simplicity. A very good place to start is Connes' book "Noncommutative Geometry", available for free on his website. It's a huge book, but it's possible to skip around quite a bit to get what you need. To begin, I'll remark that the foliations which are accessible to C*-algebraic techniques are generally smooth in the horizontal direction and integrable.

C*-algebras of all the ordinary foliations of the plane is known [12], while the same classification for all hyperbolic two-manifolds is a huge problem. In many cases using such a relation, the Connes conjecture [2] about A"-theory of foliations may reduce to that of simply connected manifolds.

(For instance, Example 9 below.). Book Description. The description of the structure of group C*-algebras is a difficult problem, but relevant to important new developments in mathematics, such as non-commutative geometry and quantum groups.

Although a significant number of new methods and results have been obtained, until now they have not been available in book form. THE C* -ALGEBRAS OF REEB FOLIATIONS ARE NOT AF-EMBEDDABLE THIERRY FACK AND XIAOLU WANG (Communicated by Palle E. Jorgensen) Abstract.

It is shown that the C*-algebras of Reeb foliations cannot be em-bedded into AF-algebras. A characterization of the C* -algebra of the Reeb foliation of the solid torus. Foliations What is a foliation and why is it interesting.

Question 1 (H. Hopf). Is there a completely integrable plane ﬁeld on S3. (Plane ﬁeld - two dimensional subbundle E ⊂ TS3). Answer 1 (G. Reeb). Yes, it is a tangent bundle to a 2-dimensional Reeb’s foliation of S3, described in the example ((6)).

Question 2 (A. Haeﬂiger). "This excellent book was born out of the authors’ successful attempts to answer questions [like] ‘When is a compact convex set the state space of a C*-algebra?’ I would regard the book as essential reading for any graduate student working in C*-algebras and related areas, particularly those with.

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Motivated by index theory for semisimple groups, we study the relationship between the foliation C ⁎-algebras on manifolds admitting multiple fibrations. Let F 1,F r be a collection of smooth foliations of a manifold X. On the C*-Algebras of Foliations in the Plane Wang, Xiaolu (目前无人评价) Group Theory Kegel, Otto H.; Menegazzo, Federico; Zacher, Giovanni (目前无人评价) Geometric Topology and Shape Theory Mardesic, Sibe; Segal, Jack; (目前无人评价) K-Theory, Arithmetic and Geometry.

"This excellent book was born out of the authors' successful attempts to answer questions [like] 'When is a compact convex set the state space of a C*-algebra?' I would regard the book as essential reading for any graduate student working in C*-algebras and related areas, particularly those with an interest in geometry." --Zentralblatt Math.

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