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Apr
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accepted | Finitely generated projective modules over matrix rings |
Apr
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asked | Finitely generated projective modules over matrix rings |
Nov
18 |
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States and left ideals
Thanks - that is really useful! |
Nov
14 |
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States and left ideals
Thanks for that - I shall look into it! |
Nov
14 |
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States and left ideals
Thanks! Now I need to check the books! |
Nov
14 |
accepted | States and left ideals |
Nov
14 |
asked | States and left ideals |
Oct
9 |
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q-Virasoro and q-Heisenberg algebras
In particular, there seems to be no reference to $s_{n+m}$ in the commutator of $\{s_n,s_m\}$. |
Oct
9 |
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q-Virasoro and q-Heisenberg algebras
Thanks - the second reference is useful. Is there a more symmetric formalism for the deformed virasoro in this reference? It would be easier to see how it relates to other possible definitions. |
Oct
9 |
accepted | q-Virasoro and q-Heisenberg algebras |
Oct
5 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Sep
30 |
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q-Virasoro and q-Heisenberg algebras
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Sep
30 |
asked | q-Virasoro and q-Heisenberg algebras |
Sep
16 |
accepted | Hopf Galois extensions and conditional expectations for C* algebras |
Sep
16 |
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Hopf Galois extensions and conditional expectations for C* algebras
That looks right! Is there a proof of the slice map result in the literature which is really explicit? Alternatively I guess that it is constructing the inner product space for the slice map in the KSGNS theorem, and checking that it really is positive... |
Sep
13 |
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Hopf Galois extensions and conditional expectations for C* algebras
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Sep
12 |
asked | Hopf Galois extensions and conditional expectations for C* algebras |
Jul
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A problem in functional calculus
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Jul
23 |
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A problem in functional calculus
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Jul
23 |
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A problem in functional calculus
Thanks! That solves the problem. Now maybe I shall make a comment on the approximate identity stuff... |