Cuntz-Krieger algebras for infinite matrices

@article{Exel1997CuntzKriegerAF,
  title={Cuntz-Krieger algebras for infinite matrices},
  author={R. Exel and Marcelo Laca},
  journal={arXiv: Functional Analysis},
  year={1997}
}
Given an arbitrary infinite 0--1 matrix A having no identically zero rows, we define an algebra OA as the universal C*-algebra generated by partial isometries subject to conditions that generalize, to the infinite case, those introduced by Cuntz and Krieger for finite matrices. We realize OA as the crossed product algebra for a partial dynamical system and, based on this description, we extend to the infinite case some of the main results known to hold in the finite case, namely the uniqueness… Expand
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