Finite dimensional representations of the soft torus
Finite dimensional representations of the soft torus
- Authors: Søren Eilers and Ruy Exel
- Date: October 1998.
- Status: Appeared in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
130 (2002), 727-731.
- Pages: 6.
- Abstract: The soft tori constitute a continuous deformation, in a very precise
sense, from the commutative C*-algebra C(T^{2}) to the highly
non-commutative C*-algebra C*(F_{2}). Since both of these C*-algebras
are known to have a separating family of finite dimensional
representations, it is natural to ask whether that is also the case
for the soft tori. We show that this is in fact the case.
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