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Finite symmetry group actions on substitution tiling C*-algebras

  title={Finite symmetry group actions on substitution tiling C*-algebras},
  author={Charles Starling},
  journal={arXiv: Operator Algebras},
For a finite symmetry group G of an aperiodic substitution tiling system (P,!), we show that the crossed product of the tiling C � -algebra A! by G has real rank zero, tracial rank one, a unique trace, and that order on its K-theory is determined by the trace. We also show that the action of G on A! satisfies the weak Rokhlin property, and that it also satisfies the tracial Rokhlin property provided that A! has tracial rank zero. In the course of proving the latter we show that A! is finitely… 

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