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Aspects of Noncommutative Geometry of Bunce-Deddens Algebras

  title={Aspects of Noncommutative Geometry of Bunce-Deddens Algebras},
  author={Sławomir Klimek and Matt McBride and John Wilson Peoples},
The purpose of this paper is to study noncommutative geometry of Bunce-Deddens (BD) algebras [3], [4] and their natural smooth subalgebras. Our previous, related investigations of BD algebras are contained in [13] and [14] and are mostly concerned with classifications of unbounded derivations. The main objects of study in this paper are smooth subalgebras of Bunce-Deddens algebras. The smooth subalgebras are dense *-subalgebras closed under holomorphic functional calculus and complete in their… 
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