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I am interested in the analogy between unitary representations of groups and bimodules of von Neumann algebras in its various guises.


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comment Trace Determinant
@LSpice: It seems not (that's annoying). I included a reference to the paper, but it seems just getting the book via ILL is probably the best bet.
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comment Realistic exit strategy for pure mathematics faculty at liberal arts colleges
@Ben: Let's add the assumption that one needs to leave now, then. This will remove the demand dependence. Answers might include a date posted, to track the changes. (I still think you are right, though, and assessing the climate accurately will be very difficult, or impossible...)
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comment Motivation for cyclic (co)homology
See page 19 of alainconnes.org/docs/book94bigpdf.pdf
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comment What are your favorite puzzles/toys for introducing new mathematical concepts to students?
Wow! This is extremely cool!
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comment Overview of the interplay of Harmonic Analysis and Number Theory
The first link has disappeared, so here is another link to Peter Sarnak's article: ams.org/journals/bull/2003-40-04/S0273-0979-03-00991-1/…