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Let $(\G, \Sigma)$ be an ordered abelian group with Haar measure $\mu$, let $(\A, \G, \alpha)$ be a dynamical system and let $\A\rtimes_{\alpha} \Sigma $ be the associated semicrossed product. Using Takai duality we establish a stable isomorphism \[ \A\rtimes_{\alpha} \Sigma \sim_{s} \big(\A \otimes \K(\G, \Sigma, \mu)\big)\rtimes_{\alpha\otimes \Ad \rho} \G, \] where $\K(\G, \Sigma, \mu)$ denotes the compact operators in the CSL algebra $\Alg\L(\G, \Sigma, \mu)$ and $\rho$ denotes the right regular representation of $\G$. We also show that there exists a complete lattice isomorphism between the $\hat{\alpha}$-invariant ideals of $\A\rtimes_{\alpha} \Sigma$ and the $(\alpha\otimes \Ad \rho)$-invariant ideals of $\A \otimes \K(\G, \Sigma, \mu)$. Read More

A subset of a discrete group $G$ is called completely Sidon if its span in $C^*(G)$ is completely isomorphic to the operator space version of the space $\ell_1$ (i.e. $\ell_1$ equipped with its maximal operator space structure). Read More

It is well-known that any covering space of a Riemannian manifold has the natural structure of a Riemannian manifold. This article contains a noncommutative generalization of this fact. Since any Riemannian manifold with a Spin-structure defines a spectral triple, the spectral triple can be regarded as a noncommutative Spin-manifold. Read More

We study Chern characters and the free assembly mapping using the framework of geometric $K$-homology. The focus is on the relative groups associated with a group homomorphism $\phi:\Gamma_1\to \Gamma_2$ along with applications to Novikov type properties. In particular, we prove a relative strong Novikov property for homomorphisms of hyperbolic groups and a relative strong $\ell^1$-Novikov property for polynomially bounded homomorphisms of groups with polynomially bounded cohomology in $\mathbb{C}$ and classifying spaces that are locally finite CW-complexes. Read More

We show that the deformation theory of Fr\'echet algebras for actions of K\"ahlerian Lie groups developed by two of us, leads in a natural way to examples of non-compact locally compact quantum groups. This is achieved by constructing a manageable multiplicative unitary out of the Fr\'echet deformation of $C_0(G)$ for the action $\lambda\otimes \rho$ of $G\times G$ and the undeformed coproduct. We also prove that these quantum groups are isomorphic to those constructed out of the unitary dual $2$-cocycle discovered by Neshveyev and Tuset and associated with Bieliavsky's covariant $\star$-product, via the De Commer's results. Read More

Let $(X,T,\mu)$ be a Cantor minimal sytem and $[[T]]$ the associated topological full group. We analyze $C^*_\pi([[T]])$, where $\pi$ is the Koopman representation attached to the action of $[[T]]$ on $(X,\mu)$. Specifically, we show that $C^*_\pi([[T]])=C^*_\pi([[T]]')$ and that the kernel of the character $\tau$ on $C^*_\pi([[T]])$ coming from weak containment of the trivial representation is a hereditary $C^*$-subalgebra of $C(X)\rtimes\mathbb{Z}$. Read More

We introduce and study the concepts of "universally symmetrically norming operators" and "universally absolutely symmetrically norming operators" on a separable Hilbert space. These refer to the operators that are, respectively, norming and absolutely norming, with respect to every symmetric norm on $\mathcal B(\mathcal H)$. We establish a characterization theorem for such operators and prove that these classes are identical and that they coincide with the class of compact operators. Read More

We derive a lower and an upper bound for the rank of the finite part of operator $K$-theory groups of maximal and reduced $C^*$-algebras of finitely generated groups. The lower bound is based on the amount of polynomially growing conjugacy classes of finite order elements in the group. The upper bound is based on the amount of torsion elements in the group. Read More

We provide a fairly large family of amalgamated free product groups $\Gamma=\Gamma_1\ast_{\Sigma}\Gamma_2$ whose amalgam structure can be completely recognized from their von Neumann algebras. Specifically, assume that $\Gamma_i$ is a product of two icc non-amenable bi-exact (e.g. Read More

In this paper, we obtain some characterizations of the (strong) Birkhoff--James orthogonality for elements of Hilbert $C^*$-modules and certain elements of $\mathbb{B}(\mathscr{H})$. Moreover, we obtain a kind of Pythagorean relation for bounded linear operators. In addition, for $T\in \mathbb{B}(\mathscr{H})$ we prove that if the norm attaining set $\mathbb{M}_T$ is a unit sphere of some finite dimensional subspace $\mathscr{H}_0$ of $\mathscr{H}$ and $\|T\|_{{{\mathscr{H}}_0}^\perp} < \|T\|$, then for every $S\in\mathbb{B}(\mathscr{H})$, $T$ is the strong Birkhoff--James orthogonal to $S$ if and only if there exists a unit vector $\xi\in {\mathscr{H}}_0$ such that $\|T\|\xi = |T|\xi$ and $S^*T\xi = 0$. Read More

Let $A$ and $B$ be two accretive operators. We first introduce the weighted geometric mean of $A$ and $B$ together with some related properties. Afterwards, we define the relative entropy as well as the Tsallis entropy of $A$ and $B$. Read More

In this paper, we establish some necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of solutions to the system of operator equations $ BXA=B=AXB $ in the setting of bounded linear operators on a Hilbert space, where the unknown operator $X$ is called the inverse of $A$ along $B$. After that, under some mild conditions we prove that an operator $X$ is a solution of $ BXA=B=AXB $ if and only if $B \stackrel{*}{ \leq} AXA$, where the $*$-order $C\stackrel{*}{ \leq} D$ means $CC^*=DC^*, C^*C=C^*D$. Moreover we present the general solution of the equation above. Read More

We introduce in non-coordinate presentation the notions of a quantum algebra and of a quantum module over such an algebra. Then we give the definition of a projective quantum module and of a free quantum module, the latter as a particular case of the notion of a free object in a rigged category. (Here we say "quantum" instead of frequently used protean adjective "operator"). Read More

We establish a noncommutative Blackwell--Ross inequality for supermartingales under a suitable condition which generalize Khan's works to the noncommutative setting. We then employ it to deduce an Azuma-type inequality. Read More

We prove that $Out(F_N)$ is boundary amenable. This also holds more generally for $Out(G)$, where $G$ is either a toral relatively hyperbolic group or a right-angled Artin group. As a consequence, all these groups satisfy the Novikov conjecture on higher signatures. Read More

A trace $\tau$ on a separable C*-algebra $A$ is called matricial field (MF) if there is a trace-preserving morphism from $A$ to $Q_\omega$, where $Q_\omega$ denotes the norm ultrapower of the universal UHF-algebra $Q$. In general, the trace $\tau$ induces a state on the Cuntz semigroup $Cu(A)$. We show there is always a state-preserving morphism from $Cu(A)$ to $Cu(Q_\omega)$. Read More

A QSIN group is a locally compact group $G$ whose group algebra $L^1(G)$ admits a quasi-central bounded approximate identity. Examples of QSIN groups include every amenable group and every discrete group. It is shown that if $G$ is a QSIN group, $H$ is a closed subgroup of $G$, and $\pi$ is a unitary representation of $H$, then $\pi$ is weakly contained in $(\mathrm{Ind}_H^G\pi)|_H$. Read More

We construct a unital pre-C*-algebra $A_0$ which is stably finite, in the sense that every left invertible square matrix over $A_0$ is right invertible, while the C*-completion of $A_0$ contains a non-unitary isometry, and so it is infinite. Read More

Categories of W*-bimodules are shown in an explicit and algebraic way to constitute an involutive W*-bicategory. Read More

In this paper additive bi-free convolution is defined for general Borel probability measures, and the limiting distributions for sums of bi-free pairs of selfadjoint commuting random variables in an infinitesimal triangular array are determined. These distributions are characterized by their bi-freely infinite divisibility, and moreover, a transfer principle is established for limit theorems in classical probability theory and Voiculescu's bi-free probability theory. Complete descriptions of bi-free stability and fullness of planar probability distributions are also set down. Read More

We give an operator-algebraic interpretation of the notion of an ideal generated by the unbounded operators associated to the elements of the Lie algebra of a Lie group that implements the symmetries of a quantum system. We use this interpretation to establish a link between Rieffel induction and the implementation of a local Gauss law in lattice gauge theories similar to the method discussed by Kijowski and Rudolph in [5, 6]. Read More

This paper is devoted to the study of noncommutative maximal inequalities and ergodic theorems associated with doubling conditions. We first establish a noncommutative Calder\'{o}n transference principle for actions by amenable groups. Also we obtain the Hardy-Littlewood maximal inequality on doubling metric spaces for the operator-valued setting. Read More

We present a systematic development of inductive limits in the categories of ordered *-vector spaces, Archimedean order unit spaces, matrix ordered spaces, operator systems and operator C*-systems. We show that the inductive limit intertwines the operation of passing to the maximal operator system structure of an Archimedean order unit space, and that the same holds true for the minimal operator system structure if the connecting maps are complete order embeddings. We prove that the inductive limit commutes with the operation of taking the maximal tensor product with another operator system, and establish analogous results for injective functorial tensor products provided the connecting maps are complete order embeddings. Read More

We study the classification of isomorphism classes of finitely generated projective modules over the C*-algebras $C\left( \mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T}\right) \right) $ and $C\left( \mathbb{S}_{H}^{2n+1}\right) $ of the quantum complex projective spaces $\mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T} \right) $ and the quantum spheres $\mathbb{S}_{H}^{2n+1}$, and the quantum line bundles $L_{k}$ over $C\left( \mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T}\right) \right) $ introduced and studied by Hajac and collaborators. Motivated by the groupoid approach of Curto, Muhly, and Renault for analyzing C*-algebraic structure, we first realize $C\left( \mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T} \right) \right) $ and $C\left( \mathbb{S}_{H}^{2n+1}\right) $ as concrete groupoid C*-algebras, and then apply Rieffel's stable rank results to show that all finitely generated projective modules over $C\left( \mathbb{S} _{H}^{2n+1}\right) $ of rank higher than $\left\lfloor \frac{n} {2}\right\rfloor +2$ are free modules. Furthermore, beside identifying a large portion of the positive cone of the $K_{0}$-group $K_{0}\left( C\left( \mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T}\right) \right) \right) $, we also explicitly identify $L_{k}$ with concrete representative elementary projections over $C\left( \mathbb{P}^{n}\left( \mathcal{T}\right) \right) $. Read More

In this paper we study the Fredholm properties of Toeplitz operators acting on weighted Bergman spaces $A^p_{\nu}(\mathbb{B}^n)$, where $p \in (1,\infty)$ and $\mathbb{B}^n \subset \mathbb{C}^n$ denotes the $n$-dimensional open unit ball. Let $f$ be a continuous function on the Euclidean closure of $\mathbb{B}^n$. It is well-known that then the corresponding Toeplitz operator $T_f$ is Fredholm if and only if $f$ has no zeros on the boundary $\partial\mathbb{B}^n$. Read More

For a division ring $D$, denote by $\mathcal M_D$ the $D$-ring obtained as the completion of the direct limit $\varinjlim_n M_{2^n}(D)$ with respect to the metric induced by its unique rank function. We prove that, for any ultramatricial $D$-ring $\mathcal B$ and any non-discrete extremal pseudo-rank function $N$ on $\mathcal B$, there is an isomorphism of $D$-rings $\overline{\mathcal B} \cong \mathcal M_D$, where $\overline{\mathcal B}$ stands for the completion of $\mathcal B$ with respect to the pseudo-metric induced by $N$. This generalizes a result of von Neumann. Read More

We introduce a graph theoretic property called Condition (N) for finitely separated graphs and prove that it is equivalent to both nuclearity and exactness of the associated universal tame graph C*-algebra. Read More

We introduce a new class of partial actions of free groups on totally disconnected compact Hausdorff spaces, which we call convex subshifts. These serve as an abstract framework for the partial actions associated with finite separated graphs in much the same way as classical subshifts generalize the edge shift of a finite graph. We define the notion of a finite type convex subshift and show that any such subshift is Kakutani equivalent to the partial action associated with a finite bipartite separated graph. Read More

We introduce a generalisation of Condition (K) to finitely separated graphs and show that it is equivalent to essential freeness of the associated partial action as well as the exchange property of any of the associated tame algebras. As a consequence, we can show that any tame separated graph algebra with the exchange property is separative. Read More

Let $\mathcal A$ be a simple, $\sigma$-unital, non-unital, non-elementary C*-algebra and let $I_{min}$ be the intersection of all the ideals of $\mathcal M(\mathcal A)$ that properly contain $\mathcal A$. $I_{min}$ coincides with the ideal defined by Lin (Simple C*-algebras with continuous scales and simple corona algebras. 112, (1991) Proc. Read More

In this paper we prove an invertibility criterion for certain operators which is given as a linear algebraic combination of Toeplitz operators and Fourier multipliers acting on the Hardy space of the unit disc. Very similar to the case of Toeplitz operators we prove that such operators are invertible if and only if they are Fredholm and their Fredholm index is zero. As an application we prove that for "quasi-parabolic" composition operators the spectra and the essential spectra are equal. Read More

We investigate the regularity condition for twisted spectral triples. This condition is equivalent to the existence of an appropriate pseudodifferential calculus compatible with the spectral triple. A natural approach to obtain such a calculus is to start with a twisted algebra of abstract differential operators, in the spirit of Higson. Read More

We study unbounded invariant and covariant derivations on the quantum disk. In particular we answer the question whether such derivations come from operators with compact parametrices and thus can be used to define spectral triples. Read More

We present an operator-algebraic approach to the quantization and reduction of lattice field theories. Our approach uses groupoid C*-algebras to describe the observables and exploits Rieffel induction to implement the quantum gauge symmetries. We introduce direct systems of Hilbert spaces and direct systems of (observable) C*-algebras, and, dually, corresponding inverse systems of configuration spaces and (pair) groupoids. Read More

We study the uniform Roe algebras associated to locally finite groups. We show that for two countable locally finite groups $\Gamma$ and $\Lambda$, the associated uniform Roe algebras $C^*_u(\Gamma)$ and $C^*_u(\Lambda)$ are $*$-isomorphic if and only if their $K_0$ groups are isomorphic as ordered abelian groups with units. This can be seen as a non-separable non-simple analogue of the Glimm-Elliott classification of UHF algebras. Read More

The concept of `metric operator field' is introduced. Roughly speaking a metric operator field is a vector field on a set with values in self tensor product of a bundle of C*-algebras, satisfying properties similar to an ordinary metric (distance function), like positivity and triangle inequality. It is proved that to any such object there naturally correspond a Banach *-algebra that we call Lipschitz algebra, a continuous field of C*-algebras in the sense of Dixmier, and a class of probabilistic metrics. Read More

For a $C^*$-algebra $A$ and a set $X$ we give a Stinespring-type characterisation of the completely positive Schur $A$-multipliers on $K(\ell^2(X))\otimes A$. We then relate them to completely positive Herz-Schur multipliers on $C^*$-algebraic crossed products of the form $A\rtimes_{\alpha,r} G$, with $G$ a discrete group, whose various versions were considered earlier by Anantharaman-Delaroche, B\'edos and Conti, and Dong and Ruan. The latter maps are shown to implement approximation properties, such as nuclearity or the Haagerup property, for $A\rtimes_{\alpha,r} G$. Read More

In this paper, we continue to develop the theory of free holomorphic functions on noncommutative regular polydomains. We find analogues of several classical results from complex analysis such as Abel theorem, Hadamard formula, Cauchy inequality, and Liouville theorem for entire functions, in our multivariable setting. We also provide a maximum principle and a Schwarz type lemma. Read More

In this paper, we present a combinatorial approach to the opposite 2-variable bi-free partial $S$-transforms where the opposite multiplication is used on the right. In addition, extensions of this partial $S$-transforms to the conditional bi-free and operator-valued bi-free settings are discussed. Read More

Just-infinite C*-algebras, i.e., infinite dimensional C*-algebras, whose proper quotients are finite dimensional, were investigated in [Grigorchuk-Musat-Rordam, 2016]. Read More

We prove that the crossed product Banach algebra $\ell^1(G,A;\alpha)$ that is associated with a ${\mathrm C}^\ast$-dynamical system $(A,G,\alpha)$ is amenable if $G$ is a discrete amenable group and $A$ is a strongly amenable ${\mathrm C}^\ast$-algebra. This is a consequence of the combination of a more general result with Paterson's characterisation of strongly amenable unital $\mathrm{C}^\ast$-algebras in terms of invariant means for their unitary groups. Read More

In this short note, further to Ng's study, we extend Bekka amenability and weak Bekka amenability to general locally compact quantum groups. We generalize some Ng's results to the general case. In particular, we show that, a locally compact quantum group $\mathbb{G}$ is co-amenable if and only if the contra-corepresentation of its fundamental multiplicative unitary $W_{\mathbb{G}}$ is Bekka amenable, and $\mathbb{G}$ is amenable if and only if its dual quantum group's fundamental multiplicative unitary $W_{\widehat{\mathbb{G}}}$ is weakly Bekka amenable. Read More

We prove the following: Let $A$ be a C$^{\ast}$-algebra. Then for $a, b \in A^+ \setminus\{ 0 \}$, we have $a b = 0$ if and only is $\Vert \Vert c \Vert^{-1} c + \Vert d \Vert^{-1} d \Vert = 1$ whenever $0 < c \le a$ and $0 < d \le b$ in $A^+$. Read More

Uniform Roe algebras are $C^*$-algebras associated to discrete metric spaces: as well as forming a natural class of $C^*$-algebras in their own right, they have important applications in coarse geometry, dynamics, and higher index theory. The goal of this paper is to study when uniform Roe algebras have certain $C^*$-algebraic properties in terms of properties of the underlying space: in particular, we study properties like having stable rank one or real rank zero that are thought of as low dimensional, and connect these to low dimensionality of the underlying space in the sense of the asymptotic dimension of Gromov. Some of these results (for example, on stable rank one and cancellation) give definitive characterizations, while others (on real rank zero) are only partial and leave a lot open. Read More

We prove that if A is a \sigma-unital exact C*-algebra of real rank zero, then every state on K_0(A) is induced by a 2-quasitrace on A. This yields a generalisation of Rainone's work on pure infiniteness and stable finiteness of crossed products to the non-unital case. It also applies to k-graph algebras associated to row-finite k-graphs with no sources. Read More

In this paper, we establish the core of singular integral theory and pseudodifferential calculus over the archetypal algebras of noncommutative geometry: quantum forms of Euclidean spaces and tori. Our results go beyond Connes' pseudodifferential calculus for rotation algebras, thanks to a new form of Calder\'on-Zygmund theory over these spaces which crucially incorporates nonconvolution kernels. We deduce $L_p$-boundedness and Sobolev $p$-estimates for regular, exotic and forbidden symbols in the expected ranks. Read More

Kippenhahn discovered a real algebraic plane curve whose convex hull is the numerical range of a matrix. The correctness of this theorem was called into question when Chien and Nakazato found an example where the spatial analogue fails. They showed that the mentioned plane curve indeed lies inside the numerical range. Read More

We study a relationship between the ultraproduct of a crossed product von Neumann algebra and the crossed product of an ultraproduct von Neumann algebra. As an application, the continuous core of an ultraproduct von Neumann algebra is described. Read More

We consider Bose--Einstein condensation (BEC) on graphs with transient adjacency matrix and obtain a quasi-free state exhibiting BEC is non-factor and decompose into generalized coherent states. We review necessary and sufficient conditions that a generalized coherent state is faithful, factor, and pure and generalized coherent states are quasi-equivalent as well. Read More

Fowler introduced the notion of a product system: a collection of Hilbert bimodules $\mathbf{X}=\left\{\mathbf{X}_p:p\in P\right\}$ indexed by a semigroup $P$, endowed with a multiplication implementing isomorphisms $\mathbf{X}_p\otimes_A \mathbf{X}_q\cong \mathbf{X}_{pq}$. When $P$ is quasi-lattice ordered, Fowler showed how to associate a $C^*$-algebra $\mathcal{NT}_\mathbf{X}$ to $\mathbf{X}$, generated by a universal representation satisfying some covariance condition. In this article we prove a uniqueness theorem for these so called Nica-Toeplitz algebras. Read More