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We calculate the additive structure (together with the grading) of the Hochschild homology and cohomology and the cyclic homology of preprojective algebras of types ADE.

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We calculate the additive and multiplicative structure (together with the grading) of the Hochschild homology and cohomology and the cyclic homology of preprojective algebras of types T. We also compute the calculus structure which is formed by the Hochschild homology/cohomology pair.

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In this paper, we compute the cyclic homology of the Taft algebras and of their Auslander algebras. Given a Hopf algebra $\Lambda,$ the Grothendieck groups of projective $\Lambda -$modules and of all $\Lambda -$modules are endowed with a ring structure, which in the case of the Taft algebras is commutative (\cite{C2}, \cite{G}). We also describe the first Chern character for these algebras.

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We prove that for an inclusion of unital associative but not necessarily commutative algebras $B\subseteq A$ we have long exact sequences in Hochschild homology and cyclic (co)homology akin to the Jacobi-Zariski sequence in Andr\'e-Quillen homology, provided that the quotient $B$-module $A/B$ is flat. We also prove that for an arbitrary r-flat morphism $f:B\to A$ with an H-unital kernel, one can express the Wodzicki excision sequence and the corresponding Jacobi-Zariski sequence in Hochschild homology and cyclic (co)homology as a single long exact sequence.

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We prove that continuous Hochschild and cyclic homology satisfy excision for extensions of nuclear H-unital Frechet algebras and use this to compute them for the algebra of Whitney functions on an arbitrary closed subset of a smooth manifold. Using a similar excision result for periodic cyclic homology, we also compute the periodic cyclic homology of algebras of smooth functions and Whitney functions on closed subsets of smooth manifolds.

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The aim of this article is to compute the Hochschild and cyclic homology groups of Yang-Mills algebras, that have been defined by A. Connes and M. Dubois-Violette. We proceed here the study of these algebras that we have initiated in a previous article. The computation involves the use of a spectral sequence associated to the natural filtration on the enveloping algebra of the Lie Yang-Mills algebra. This filtration in provided by a Lie ideal which is free as Lie algebra.

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We define the Hochschild and cyclic (co)homology groups for superadditive categories and show that these (co)homology groups are graded Morita invariants. We also show that the Hochschild and cyclic homology are compatible with the tensor product of superadditive categories.

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The minimal projective bimodule resolutions of the exterior algebras are explicitly constructed. They are applied to calculate the Hochschild (co)homology of the exterior algebras. Thus the cyclic homology of the exterior algebras can be calculated in case the underlying field is of characteristic zero. Moreover, the Hochschild cohomology rings of the exterior algebras are determined by generators and relations.

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The goal of this paper is to establish fundamental properties of the Hochschild, topological Hochschild, and topological cyclic homologies of commutative, Noetherian rings, which are assumed only to be F-finite in the majority of our results. This mild hypothesis is satisfied in all cases of interest in finite and mixed characteristic algebraic geometry. We prove firstly that the topological Hochschild homology groups, and the homotopy groups of the fixed point spectra $TR^r$, are finitely generated modules. We use this to establish the continuity of these homology theories for any given ideal. A consequence of such continuity results is the pro Hochschild-Kostant-Rosenberg theorem for topological Hochschild and cyclic homology. Finally, we show more generally that the aforementioned finite generation and continuity properties remain true for any proper scheme over such a ring.

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We define a version of Hochschild homology and cohomology suitable for a class of algebras admitting compatible actions of bialgebras, called module algebras. We show this (co)homology, called Hopf--Hochschild (co)homology, can also be defined as a derived functor on the category of representations of a crossed product algebra. We investigate the relationship of our theory with Hopf cyclic cohomology and also prove Morita invariance of the Hopf--Hochschild (co)homology.