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Archey, Dawn Elizabeth, 1979 (University of Oregon, June , 2008)[more][less]Archey, Dawn Elizabeth, 1979 20081220T02:10:58Z 20081220T02:10:58Z 200806 http://hdl.handle.net/1794/8155 viii, 107 p. A print copy of this thesis is available through the UO Libraries. Search the library catalog for the location and call number. This dissertation consists of two related parts. In the first portion we use the tracial Rokhlin property for actions of a finite group G on stably finite simple unital C *algebras containing enough projections. The main results of this part of the dissertation are as follows. Let A be a stably finite simple unital C *algebra and suppose a is an action of a finite group G with the tracial Rokhlin property. Suppose A has real rank zero, stable rank one, and suppose the order on projections over A is determined by traces. Then the crossed product algebra C * ( G, A, Ã Ã Â±) also has these three properties. In the second portion of the dissertation we introduce an analogue of the tracial Rokhlin property for C *algebras which may not have any nontrivial projections called the projection free tracial Rokhlin property . Using this we show that under certain conditions if A is an infinite dimensional simple unital C *algebra with stable rank one and Ã Ã Â± is an action of a finite group G with the projection free tracial Rokhlin property, then C * ( G, A, Ã Ã Â±) also has stable rank one. Adviser: Phillips, N. Christopher en_US University of Oregon University of Oregon theses, Dept. of Mathematics, Ph.D., 2008; Mathematics Cuntz subequivalence Stable rank one Tracial Rokhlin property Finite group actions Crossed product C*algebras Crossed product C*algebras by finite group actions with a generalized tracial Rokhlin property Thesis

Crossed product C*algebras of certain nonsimple C*algebras and the tracial quasiRokhlin propertyBuck, Julian Michael, 1982 (University of Oregon, June , 2010)[more][less]Buck, Julian Michael, 1982 20101130T23:48:55Z 20101130T23:48:55Z 201006 http://hdl.handle.net/1794/10849 viii, 113 p. A print copy of this thesis is available through the UO Libraries. Search the library catalog for the location and call number. This dissertation consists of four principal parts. In the first, we introduce the tracial quasiRokhlin property for an automorphism α of a C *algebra A (which is not assumed to be simple or to contain any projections). We then prove that under suitable assumptions on the algebra A , the associated crossed product C *algebra C *([Special characters omitted.] , A , α) is simple, and the restriction map between the tracial states of C *([Special characters omitted.] , A , α) and the αinvariant tracial states on A is bijective. In the second part, we introduce a comparison property for minimal dynamical systems (the dynamic comparison property) and demonstrate sufficient conditions on the dynamical system which ensure that it holds. The third part ties these concepts together by demonstrating that given a minimal dynamical system ( X, h ) and a suitable simple C *algebra A , a large class of automorphisms β of the algebra C ( X, A ) have the tracial quasiRokhlin property, with the dynamic comparison property playing a key role. Finally, we study the structure of the crossed product C *algebra B = C *([Special characters omitted.] , C ( X , A ), β) by introducing a subalgebra B { y } of B , which is shown to be large in a sense that allows properties B { y } of to pass to B . Several conjectures about the deeper structural properties of B { y } and B are stated and discussed. Committee in charge: Christopher Phillips, Chairperson, Mathematics; Daniel Dugger, Member, Mathematics; Huaxin Lin, Member, Mathematics; Marcin Bownik, Member, Mathematics; Van Kolpin, Outside Member, Economics en_US University of Oregon University of Oregon theses, Dept. of Mathematics, Ph. D., 2010; Dynamical systems Minimal homeomorphisms Crossed product algebras Tracial property Automorphisms C*algebras QuasiRokhlin property Mathematics Theoretical mathematics Crossed product C*algebras of certain nonsimple C*algebras and the tracial quasiRokhlin property Thesis

Sun, Wei, 1979 (University of Oregon, June , 2010)[more][less]Sun, Wei, 1979 20101222T01:32:21Z 20101222T01:32:21Z 201006 http://hdl.handle.net/1794/10912 vii, 124 p. : ill. A print copy of this thesis is available through the UO Libraries. Search the library catalog for the location and call number. This dissertation is a study of the relationship between minimal dynamical systems on the product of the Cantor set ( X ) and torus ([Special characters omitted]) and their corresponding crossed product C *algebras. For the case when the cocyles are rotations, we studied the structure of the crossed product C *algebra A by looking at a large subalgebra A x . It is proved that, as long as the cocyles are rotations, the tracial rank of the crossed product C *algebra is always no more than one, which then indicates that it falls into the category of classifiable C *algebras. In order to determine whether the corresponding crossed product C *algebras of two such minimal dynamical systems are isomorphic or not, we just need to look at the Elliott invariants of these C *algebras. If a certain rigidity condition is satisfied, it is shown that the crossed product C *algebra has tracial rank zero. Under this assumption, it is proved that for two such dynamical systems, if A and B are the corresponding crossed product C *algebras, and we have an isomorphism between K i ( A ) and K i ( B ) which maps K i (C(X ×[Special characters omitted])) to K i (C( X ×[Special characters omitted])), then these two dynamical systems are approximately K conjugate. The proof also indicates that C *strongly flip conjugacy implies approximate K conjugacy in this case. We also studied the case when the cocyles are Furstenberg transformations, and some results on weakly approximate conjugacy and the K theory of corresponding crossed product C *algebras are obtained. Committee in charge: Huaxin Lin, Chairperson, Mathematics Daniel Dugger, Member, Mathematics; Christopher Phillips, Member, Mathematics; Arkady Vaintrob, Member, Mathematics; LiShan Chou, Outside Member, Human Physiology en_US University of Oregon University of Oregon theses, Dept. of Mathematics, Ph. D., 2010; Tracial rank Approximate conjugacy C*algebras Minimal dynamical systems Cantor set Torus Mathematics Theoretical mathematics Crossed product C*algebras of minimal dynamical systems on the product of the Cantor set and the torus Thesis
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