Amplified graph C*-algebras II: Reconstruction

  title={Amplified graph C*-algebras II: Reconstruction},
  author={S{\o}ren Eilers and Efren Ruiz and Aidan Sims},
  journal={Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, Series B},
<p>Let <inline-formula content-type="math/mathml"> <mml:math xmlns:mml="" alttext="upper E"> <mml:semantics> <mml:mi>E</mml:mi> <mml:annotation encoding="application/x-tex">E</mml:annotation> </mml:semantics> </mml:math> </inline-formula> be a countable directed graph that is amplified in the sense that whenever there is an edge from <inline-formula content-type="math/mathml"> <mml:math xmlns:mml="" alttext="v… 

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