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Approximately finitely acting operator algebras  [PDF]
S. C. Power
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: Let E be an operator algebra on a Hilbert space with finite-dimensional generated C*-algebra. A classification is given of the locally finite algebras and the operator algebras obtained as limits of direct sums of matrix algebras over E with respect to star-extendible homomorphisms. The invariants in the algebraic case consist of an additive semigroup, with scale, which is a right module for the semiring $V_E = Hom_u(E \otimes \sK, E \otimes \sK)$ of unitary equivalence classes of star-extendible homomorphisms. This semigroup is referred to as the dimension module invariant. In the operator algebra case the invariants consist of a metrized additive semigroup with scale and a contractive right module $V_E$-action. Subcategories of algebras determined by restricted classes of embeddings, such as 1-decomposable embeddings between digraph algebras, are also classified in terms of simplified dimension module invariants.
Noncommutative motives of Azumaya algebras  [PDF]
Goncalo Tabuada,Michel Van den Bergh
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1017/S147474801400005X
Abstract: Let k be a base commutative ring, R a commutative ring of coefficients, X a quasi-compact quasi-separated k-scheme, A a sheaf of Azumaya algebras over X of rank r, and Hmo(R) the category of noncommutative motives with R-coefficients. Assume that 1/r belongs to R. Under this assumption, we prove that the noncommutative motives with R-coefficients of X and A are isomorphic. As an application, we show that all the R-linear additive invariants of X and A are exactly the same. Examples include (nonconnective) algebraic K-theory, cyclic homology (and all its variants), topological Hochschild homology, etc. Making use of these isomorphisms, we then computer the R-linear additive invariants of differential operators in positive characteristic, of cubic fourfolds containing a plane, of Severi-Brauer varieties, of Clifford algebras, of quadrics, and of finite dimensional k-algebras of finite global dimension. Along the way we establish two results of independent interest. The first one asserts that every element of the Grothendieck group of X which has rank r becomes invertible in the R-linearized Grothendieck group, and the second one that every additive invariant of finite dimensional algebras of finite global dimension is unaffected under nilpotent extensions.
Algebras of finite global dimension  [PDF]
Dieter Happel,Dan Zacharia
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: Let $\Lambda$ be a finite dimensional algebra over an algebraically closed field $k$. We survey some results on algebras of finite global dimension and address some open problems.
On the finite generation of additive group invariants in positive characteristic  [PDF]
Emilie Dufresne,Andreas Maurischat
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: Roberts, Freudenburg, and Daigle and Freudenburg have given the smallest counterexamples to Hilbert's fourteenth problem as rings of invariants of algebraic groups. Each is of an action of the additive group on a finite dimensional vector space over a field of characteristic zero, and thus, each is the kernel of a locally nilpotent derivation. In positive characteristic, additive group actions correspond to locally finite iterative higher derivations. We set up characteristic-free analogs of the three examples, and show that, contrary to characteristic zero, in every positive charateristic, the invariants are finitely generated.
Invariants of finite Hopf algebras  [PDF]
S. Skryabin
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: This paper extends classical results in the invariant theory of finite groups and finite group schemes to the actions of finite Hopf algebras on commutative rings.
Invariants of the coadjoint representation of Lie algebras in dimension n\leq 8  [PDF]
Rutwig Campoamor-Stursberg
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We describe the invariants for the coadjoint representation of all real Lie algebras with nontrivial Levi decomposition up to dimension eight.
Invariants of solvable rigid Lie algebras up to dimension 8  [PDF]
Rutwig Campoamor-Stursberg
Mathematics , 2002, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/35/30/307
Abstract: The invariants of all complex solvable rigid Lie algebras up to dimension eight are computed. Moreover we show, for rank one solvable algebras, some criteria to deduce to non-existence of non-trivial invariants or the existence of fundamental sets of invariants formed by rational functions of the Casimir invariants of the associated nilradical.
Monoidal Morita invariants for finite group algebras  [PDF]
Kenichi Shimizu
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Two Hopf algebras are called monoidally Morita equivalent if module categories over them are equivalent as linear monoidal categories. We introduce monoidal Morita invariants for finite-dimensional Hopf algebras based on certain braid group representations arising from the Drinfeld double construction. As an application, we show, for any integer $n$, the number of elements of order $n$ is a monoidal Morita invariant for finite group algebras. We also describe relations between our construction and invariants of closed 3-manifolds due to Reshetikhin and Turaev.
Polynomial invariants for a semisimple and cosemisimple Hopf algebra of finite dimension  [PDF]
Michihisa Wakui
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: We introduce new polynomial invariants of a finite-dimensional semisimple and cosemisimple Hopf algebra A over a field by using the braiding structures of A. We investigate basic properties of the polynomial invariants including stability under extension of the base field. Furthermore, we show that our polynomial invariants are indeed tensor invariants of the representation category of A, and recognize the difference of the representation category and the representation ring of A. Actually, by computing and comparing polynomial invariants, we find new examples of pairs of Hopf algebras whose representation rings are isomorphic, but representation categories are distinct.
Flat dimension growth for C*-algebras  [PDF]
Andrew S. Toms
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We introduce two nonnegative real-valued invariants for unital and stably finite C*-algebras whose minimal instances coincide with the notion of classifiability via the Elliott invariant. The first of these is defined for AH algebras, and may be thought of as a generalisation of slow dimension growth. The second invariant is defined for any unital and stably finite algebra, and may be thought of as an abstract version of the first invariant. We establish connections between both invariants and ordered K-theory, and prove that the range of the first invariant is exhausted by simple unital AH algebras. Consequently, the class of simple, unital, and non-Z-stable AH algebras is uncountable.
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